“The Unseen Hand” book cover alongside Bealer Moore’s sketchbook and memoir. Photo submitted.

App State alumnus publishes grandfather’s harrowing WWII memoir
Nov 5, 2020

Amidst the global pandemic, distinguished poet and prose writer Dr.

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Chantelle Rondel conducting research in 2018 for her SAFE Grant project, holding an Appalachian elktoe mussel. Photo submitted

SAFE Grant Student Spotlight: Chantelle Rondel ‘19, Biology
Nov 4, 2020

SAFE Grant Student Spotlight: Chantelle Rondel '19, Biology Chantelle Rondel was a graduate student from Franklin, N.C. College News, SAFE Grant, Alumni, Grants and Research, Students
JoAnna Klein, a freelance science journalist and regular contributor to the New York Times visits the Math Colloquium Series virtually. Photo/graphic created by Dept of Math.

Math Colloquium Series: Science writing with alumna JoAnna Klein
Nov 3, 2020

Appalachian State University's Department of Mathematical Sciences is excited to host JoAnna Klein, a freelance science journalist and regular contributor to the New York Times for a talk Friday, Nov. 6 from 3-4 p.m.

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CAS Dean’s office staff and award winners pictured are top to bottom, left to right: Diana Nelson, director of CASSH; Ellen G. Burnette, Director of Marketing, Communication and Engagement; Dr. Neva J. Specht, Dean; Dr. Michael Madritch, Associate Dean; Outstanding Alumni Carlton Paylor; Lauren Stansberry, Administrative Support Specialist; Jenny Morris, History; Jenna Valley, Biology; Dr. Suzanna Bräuer, Biology; Dr. Mark Bradbury, Associate Dean; Dr. Başak Çandar, English; Dr. Kara Dempsey, Geography and

App State CAS announces faculty and staff awards 2019-20
Oct 26, 2020

Each year, Appalachian State University’s College of Arts and Sciences recognizes several members of the faculty and staff for outstanding service, teaching or scholarly work. 

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Pictured are three members of Appalachian State University’s Special Collections staff: Anna Smith, archives processing assistant, left; Kim Sims, coordinator of special collections and university archivist, center; and Trevor McKenzie ’10 ’12, manuscript processing assistant. Photo by Marie Freeman

Library treasure trove preserves history of Appalachia, App State
Oct 23, 2020

Tucked away on the fourth floor of Appalachian State University’s Carol Grotnes Belk Library and Information Commons is the Special Collections Research Center, a treasure trove containing items that preserve the university&rsquo

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Appalachian State University alumna Hannah Griffin ’15, who is now an 11th grade earth and environmental science teacher at Piedmont High School in Monroe. Photo submitted

App State alumna teaches next generation of students how to learn through inquiry
Oct 7, 2020

At Piedmont High School in Monroe, Appalachian State University alumna Hannah Griffin ’15 (née Godwin) makes earth and environmental science a hands-on experience for her students — using methods and techniques she learned in her studies at App State.

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Olivia Martin

One student’s role in challenging stereotypes of Appalachia in the media
Oct 5, 2020

This May, Olivia Martin ’20, graduated from Appalachian State University.

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Jakobe Bussey. Photo by Ellen Gwin Burnette

At Appalachian, you can do anything you put your mind to
Sep 29, 2020

Jakobe Bussey, a sophomore from Raleigh, North Carolina, is a member of Watauga Residential College, the Honors College and the Finance Club at Appalachian State...

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Graphic for CAS Fall Zoomers

CAS continues Zoomer Series for Alumni Engagement
Sep 21, 2020

Over the summer and in the midst of a global pandemic, the College of Arts and Sciences started a virtual zoom series to engage with Appalachian alumni and friends.

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Andrea Alemanni headshot photo submitted

Appalachian alumna publishes children’s book on vaccines
Sep 20, 2020

Andrea Cudd Alemanni ’89 was inspired to write “Ava Antibody Explains Your Body and Vaccines” by reflecting on her own experiences taking her children to the doctor to get vaccines.

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