Grants and Research

Ten App State students awarded NSF supported S-STEM scholarships

Ten App State students awarded NSF supported S-STEM scholarships
Jul 30, 2020

Ten students from Appalachian State University’s departments of Chemistry and Fermentation Sciences, Computer Science, Mathematics, and Physics and Astronomy have been awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) supported S-STEM scholarship which provides $6,000 per year for up to four yea

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SAFE Grant Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Shea Tuberty

SAFE Grant Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Shea Tuberty
Jul 29, 2020

Dr. Shea Tuberty

Professor and Assistant Chair, Department of Biology
Student and Faculty Excellence (SAFE) fund recipient

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SAFE Grant Student Spotlight: Robert Lewis '19, Physics and Astronomy

SAFE Grant Student Spotlight: Robert Lewis '19, Physics and Astronomy
Jul 22, 2020

SAFE Grant Student Spotlight: Robert Lewis ‘19, Physics and Astronomy Robert Lewis was an undergraduate student in from Bailey, N.C.  College News, Alumni, SAFE Grant, Grants and Research, Faculty and Staff
SAFE Grant Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Elizabeth Alison Gulley

SAFE Grant Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Elizabeth Alison Gulley
Jul 15, 2020

Dr. Elizabeth Alison Gulley

Assistant Professor, Department of English
Student and Faculty Excellence (SAFE) fund recipient

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Image of a mason jar with straw and umbrella announcing the College Summer Zoom Series

CAS Launches Summer Zoom Series
Jul 13, 2020

Appalachian State University College of Arts & Sciences is hosting a series of Summer Zoom sessions. We hope to engage with our alumni and friends of the college during these challenging times. College News, Events, Faculty and Staff, Grants and Research, Outreach and Community Engagement
A plume of dust coming from the Sahara Desert to the U.S.

App State researchers to study dust plume as it settles over Boone
Jun 29, 2020

A sweeping plume of dust — traveling 5,000 miles from the Sahara Desert to the U.S.

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