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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, g...

Clint Nelson Technology support specialist Information Technology Services  Staff Shout Out monthly drawing winner. Photo submitted.

Clint Nelson, CAS Technology support specialist is the Staff Shout Out winner
Dec 16, 2019

Appalachian State University technology support specialist Clint Nelson has been named the winner of the Appalachian Staff Shout Out program’s&...

Photo of App State student's graduation cap at Commencement. Photo by University Communications.

December 2019 Commencement
Dec 13, 2019

Appalachian State University will host two ceremonies Dec. 13 in the Holmes Convocation Center for the more than 1,300 students who have app...

Winston-Salem Chief of Police Catrina Thompson, a 2009 graduate of Appalachian’s Master of Public Administration program. Photo submitted

Appalachian alumna Catrina Thompson ’09 focuses on community as Winston-Salem’s chief of police
Dec 13, 2019

Winston-Salem’s chief of police, Catrina Thompson ’09, said her Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree with a concentration in public m...

Dr. Jesse Lutabingwa, Appalachian’s associate vice chancellor of international education and development, director of international research and development and professor of public administration, center, with four recipients of Appalachian’s 2019 Global Leadership Awards at the awards luncheon held on campus Nov. 20 as part of the university’s annual Appalachian Global Symposium. Pictured with Lutabingwa, from left to right, are Megan Aeschleman, a senior middle grades education major from Oak Park, Illino

App State awards Appalachian Community members and alumna for global leadership and engagement
Dec 12, 2019

Appalachian State University conferred its 2019 Global Leadership Awards and Global Engagement Award as part of the annual Appalachian Global Symposiu...

Savannah Devine, Geology: quantitative geoscience major, minor in mathematics. Photo by Ellen Gwin Burnette

CAS Corps Feature of the Month: Sophomore Geology, Quantitative Geoscience major Savannah Devine
Dec 11, 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...

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 ...

(Left to right) Students Daniel Frye, Ashely Tauscher, Annah Seaford, Brian Bauk, Darby Adams, Amber Layfield, Travian Smith, Aaron Pura on the Department of Government and Justice Studies “Justice in D.C.” Study Away trip in summer 2019. Photo submitted by Aaron Pura.

App State’s Department of Government and Justice Studies immerses students in the political world on summer D.C. experiences
Dec 9, 2019

In summer 2019, students traveled to Washington, D.C. with the Department of Government and Justice Studies to get an up-close view of U.S. politics a...

“Radiant”  Valerie Daratony ’19, of Four Oaks, a graduate student in Appalachian’s romance languages program with a concentration in Spanish K–12 teaching  Runner-up, student category  This photo, taken on the island of Ko Samet, one of the eastern seaboard islands of Thailand, captures a local beach performer mid-fire show.  “I chose to attend Appalachian over other universities because of how friendly everyone is here. The atmosphere is so welcoming. I experienced that same feeling with people I encounter

15 countries, 6 continents — go globe-trotting with ‘Mountaineers Abroad’
Dec 6, 2019

From the Sahara Desert of Morocco to the rooftops of Venice, Italy, photos from “Mountaineers Abroad” — the theme of Appalachian State Universit...

Dr. Dana E. Powell, associate professor in Appalachian State University’s Department of Anthropology, is the recipient of $5,000 in grant funding from the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) for her project “States of Matter: Water’s Sovereignties and Subjectivities in the Navajo Nation.” Photo submitted.

American Council of Learned Societies funds App State anthropological research of Navajo Nation
Dec 5, 2019

Dr. Dana E. Powell, associate professor in Appalachian State University’s Department of Anthropology, is the recipient of $5,000 in grant fundi...