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Bryce Helms, a senior criminal justice major and full-time Appalachian police officer, takes a pause from her duties for a photo in the university’s Plemmons Student Union. Photo by Marie Freeman

Bryce Helms — from Appalachian police cadet to full-time APD officer
Feb 22, 2019

As the Appalachian State University Police Department (APD) prepares to welcome new cadets to its Appalachian Police Officer Development Program ...

Pictured left to right: Mark Noble, Vice President of Development, ECRS; Dr. Randy Edwards, Vice Chancellor of University Advancement, ASU; Dr. Neva J. Specht, Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, ASU; Dr. Rahman Tashakkori, Chair of Computer Science, ASU and Pete Catoe, Founder, CEO and President, ECRS. Photo by Ellen Gwin Burnette

Local business ECRS establishes new scholarship program for Computer Science students
Feb 21, 2019

ECR Software Corporation (ECRS), a locally owned business in Boone, N.C. has announced the establishment of a Computer Science High Achievers Scholars...

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Office of Student Research supports undergraduate professional development at National American Geophysical Union meeting
Feb 19, 2019

In December, fifteen faculty and students from four departmental areas in the College of Arts and Sciences with assistance from the Office of Student ...

Josh Gregory, a senior majoring in Physics (BS) – Secondary Education, is a recipient of the Robert Noyce Teaching Scholarship. Photo by Marie Freeman

Josh Gregory answers the call for needed high school physics teachers
Feb 7, 2019

A funny story about a U.S. Representative changed the course of Josh Gregory’s life. Gregory, a senior from Raleigh in the Physics (BS) ...

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College of Arts and Sciences Scholarships: Applications Open
Feb 7, 2019

The College of Arts and Sciences offers six college-wide scholarships and the 16 college departments offer over 125 departmental s...

Allison Staley CAS Corps headshot. Photo by Ellen Gwin Burnette

CAS Corps Feature of the Month: Senior Mathematics Major Allison Staley
Feb 6, 2019

The CAS Corps are chosen to serve as representatives to all constituents of the College of Arts and Sciences and to create, promote and execute opport...

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DLLC Symposium 2019 - Open call for proposals
Jan 23, 2019

The Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures is pleased to announce its first Symposium to be held in Belk Library and Information Commons, R...

Alana Patterson '18, Biology, Secondary Education. Photo submitted

Three TEAMS: Noyce Scholars are the first to complete a year of teaching
Jan 18, 2019

After graduating last May, Alana Paterson, Biology, Secondary Education; Chris McCollum, Physics, Secondary Education and Chris Kolischak, Middle Grad...

The CASSH office is made up of eight members including the Director Jeni Wyatt, two Academic Advisors Carla Penders and Kathy Henson, as well as Student Records Coordinators. Students are assigned to a coordinator by the alphabet: Alice Craft (A-D), Jennifer Woods (E-K) not pictured, Kayla Thompson (L-Q) and Diana J. Nelson (R-Z) based on the initial of the student’s last name.

CASSH: The College Advising Office
Jan 17, 2019

The College of Arts and Sciences has its very own advising office called the College Advising and Support Services Hub (CASSH). This office is part of...

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CAS Corps Feature of the Month: Senior Political Science Major Caitlyn Simmons
Jan 16, 2019

The CAS Corps are chosen to serve as representatives to all constituents of the College of Arts and Sciences and to create, promote and execute opport...