In the southwest corner of Caldwell County, North Carolina, is a community settled in 1855 and populated mostly by African Americans who share a kinship and the last name of Dula.College News, Faculty and Staff, Arts & Cultural, Outreach and Community Engagement
The Humanities Council is excited to announce a film series in conjunction with The Appalachian Theatre of the High Country on the 2019-20 humanities theme of “Building a Just World.”College News, Events, Arts & Cultural, Outreach and Community Engagement
Friday, Nov. 1, 2019
Gordon Gathering Hall, Reich College of Education Building, 151 College St.
This event is co-sponsored by the Departments of Computer Science and Government and Justice Studies at Appalachain State University.
Students who transfer to Appalachian State University find support programs tailored to promote their success — including opportunities to connect with Faculty Transfer Mentors — through the universiCollege News, Faculty and Staff, Students, Grants and Research, Outreach and Community Engagement
Behind the scenes: App State faculty, staff and students partner with community in Appalachian Theatre project
Oct 10, 2019
After eight years of planning and construction, the restored and renovated Appalachian Theatre in downtown Boone will open Oct. 14 — and Appalachian State University faculty, staff and students have been part of the team to bring this historical treasure back to life.College News, Faculty and Staff, Students, Outreach and Community Engagement, Arts & Cultural
Caroline Davis ’16 ’19 spent last summer working as an intern for the Appalachian Theatre of the High Country (ATHC), setting the stage for her new position as the events and operations coordinator at ...College News, Alumni, Outreach and Community Engagement, Arts & Cultural
Success is in her code: App State’s Jenny Ly among up-and-coming women in computer science
Oct 7, 2019
Appalachian State University junior Chau “Jenny” Ly found her passion for programming and science during her first hackathon — a collaborative coding event for computer programmers.College News, Students, Outreach and Community Engagement
Fifteen recruits graduated from the Appalachian State University Police Academy in August and all passed the examination to become certified North Carolina police officers. This marks the academy’s second graduating class.College News, Students, Awards and Honors, Outreach and Community Engagement
Tasse Little ’86 combines two of her passions — Appalachian State University and Habitat for Humanity — into her role on the planning team for App Builds a Home (ABAH), a partnership between Appalachian and ...College News, Alumni, Outreach and Community Engagement, Sustainability
AppalFRESH, the Appalachian Food Research for Equity Sustainability and Health Collaborative is hosting the third annual Community FEaST (Food Engagement and Story Telling) on Sanford Mall Tuesday Oct.College News, Events, Sustainability, Outreach and Community Engagement