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Counterclockwise from front: (sitting)Antonio West, Dr. Cameron Gokee, professor, Department of Anthropology, Alexandra Zacher, Matilynn Maltba, Killian Cochran, Callia Cortese, Johnny Serencsics; (tanding) Sarah Thompson, Cory Dalton and Andrew Barringer. Photo by Dr. Sarah Carmichael.

NASA Rocks App State Geological and Environmental Sciences classroom
Mar 25, 2020

Students in Appalachian State University’s Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences get a unique opportunity each year to research something out of this world. Dr.

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Anthropology major Connor Elliott. photo submitted.

Anthropology major participates in REU project in Ethiopia
Mar 11, 2020

Connor Elliott, anthropology major (concentration in biological anthropology), had the opportunity to conduct research in Ethiopia over the 2019-2020 winter break through an REU program with the University of Texas at Austin. 

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A heavy snowfall blankets the campus of Appalachian State University — one of five universities selected nationally to conduct rural climate resiliency research as part of AT&T’s Climate Resiliency Community Challenge. The Appalachian research team will suggest opportunities for improving access to services in rural communities. For example, expanded broadband is a critical component for overcoming obstacles created by weather cancellations. Photo by Marie Freeman

App State awarded AT&T grant to examine climate change resiliency, community impact
Feb 24, 2020

 AT&T has selected Appalachian State University as one of five universities nationally to conduct research designed to help communities in the southeastern United States build resilience to climate change.

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Warm Up With the Humanities: A Celebration of New Faculty Research poster image.

Warm Up With the Humanities: A Celebration of New Faculty Research
Feb 17, 2020

Warm Up With the Humanities: A Celebration of New Faculty Research
Friday, February 21, 2020
Belk Library and Information Commons, Room 421

This event is free and open to the public.

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23rd Annual Celebration of Student Research and Creative Endeavors

23rd Annual Celebration of Student Research and Creative Endeavors Abstract Submissions
Feb 10, 2020

Thursday, April 16, 2020
9 a.m.- 4 p.m.
Plemmons Student Union, 4th floor

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ASU current English department graduate student and author Thom Young. Photo Submitted.

University Bookstore Student Author Spotlight: Thom Young
Jan 16, 2020

 Author Thom Young shares his recently published book, "Bespoke."

Wednesday, January 29, 2020
5 p.m. 
Beacon Heights, Room 417
Plemmons Student Union

This event is free and open to the campus and community.

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Katelin Smith on the campus of Duke University for the SNCURCS conference (2019). Photo submitted.

Katelin Smith Presents at the 15th Annual State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium
Dec 17, 2019

On Saturday, November 23, Katelin Smith, a junior at Appalachian State University majoring in Sociology with a concentration in social inequalities, gave an oral presentation on her research titled "Exploring why women use #metoo to share personal experiences of sexual assault: a qualitative...

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Dr. Kurt Michael, a licensed psychologist and the Stanley R. Aeschleman Distinguished Professor of Psychology in Appalachian State University’s Dr. Wiley F. Smith Department of Psychology. Photo by University Communications.

$2.5M grant supports App State’s continued provision of mental health training and services in rural NC
Dec 10, 2019

Dr. Kurt Michael, a licensed psychologist and the Stanley R. Aeschleman Distinguished Professor of Psychology in Appalachian State University’s Dr. Wiley F.

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Appalachian senior Anna Biache at the University of Texas at El Paso, where she presented research on Latina deportation trends at the 2019 conference of the Association of Humanist Sociology. Biache, of Alexandria, Virginia, is majoring in sociology. Photo submitted

App State student presents Latina deportation research at national conference
Dec 3, 2019

An investigation of 2015–18 United States Border Patrol data performed by Appalachian State University senior Anna Biache, in collaboration with university faculty, indicates Latina women who were members of a family unit were almost three times more likely to be deported than Latino men i

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