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Constitution Day, being celebrated on Sept 16 & 17 this year at Appalachian. Graphic.

Virtual events to celebrate Constitution Day
Sep 11, 2020

The Department of Government and Justice Studies, in coordination with Academic Affairs, will celebrate Constitution Day with two virtual events this year. 

College News, Events, Arts & Cultural, Students
Barry Goldwater Scholarships graphic

Scholarship Opportunity for Student Researchers in STEM Fields
Sep 10, 2020

Barry Goldwater Scholarships are awarded to outstanding undergraduates of junior and senior standing who are studying mathematics, natural sciences or engineering and who intend to pursue a research career.

College News, Students, Awards and Honors, Grants and Research
App State Global Symposium poster/graphic. Image provided.

Appalachian Global Symposium
Sep 10, 2020

Presentation proposals are now being accepted from students, faculty and staff for the eighth annual Appalachian Global Symposium that will take place virtually during International Education Week on Wednesday, October 28th.

College News, Students, Faculty and Staff, Global Learning, Events, Grants and Research
Career Development Center Social Media Graphic.

Career Development: Internship and Job Fair
Sep 9, 2020

Internship and Job Fair
Date: September 23, 2020
Time: 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Virtual Fair via Handshake and Zoom

College News, Students, Events
CAS Corps Member Kira Plummer, Anthropology major. Photo submitted.

CAS Corps Feature: Kira Plummer, Anthropology
Sep 4, 2020

Anticipated Graduation:
2022.

What clubs or organizations are you a member of?
CAS Corps, Club Soccer and soon to be on the snowboarding team.

Sports or hobbies?
Snowboarding, art, soccer and reading/writing...

College News, CAS Corps, Students
Clinton Freeman ’11, B.S. in Computer Science and member of Valve Corporation. Photo Submitted.

App State S-STEM alumnus gives back to support future scholars
Sep 3, 2020

Appalachian State University’s Department of Computer Science recognizes Clinton Freeman ’11 and his company of employment, Valve Corporation, for the generous donation of $6500 to the departm

College News, Alumni, Students, STEM, Outreach and Community Engagement
Jaden Miller

Undergraduate Physics student awarded N.C. Space Grant
Sep 2, 2020

Jaden Miller, Physics, Undergraduate student From Salisbury, North Carolina College News, Students, Grants and Research, STEM
Lia Phillips

M.S. Engineering Physics Graduate student awarded N.C. Space Grant
Sep 1, 2020

Lia Phillips, M.S. Engineering Physics, Graduate student
From Currituck, North Carolina College News, Students, Grants and Research, STEM
In fall 2020, Appalachian State University saw its largest enrollment in university history — 20,023 students. Pictured here is an aerial view of Appalachian’s Sanford Mall, with Anne Belk Hall shown prominently on the far left. Photo by Marie Freeman

App State enrollment reaches 20,023, breaks records for underrepresented students
Aug 31, 2020

In August 2020, Appalachian State University welcomed 20,023 students, a landmark enrollment for the university. In addition, numbers from the fall 2020 census data and the Office of Admissions as of Aug. 28 also show significant increases in first-year underrepresented students.

College News, Faculty and Staff, Students
A marbled salamander sits atop her eggs at Fort Leonard Wood in Missouri — the field work site of Appalachian State University biology professor Dr. Jon Davenport, who was awarded U.S. Geological Survey grant funding to research how climate change impacts Ozark salamander species. Photo courtesy of Dr. Jon Davenport

US Geological Survey funds App State research on climate change impacts to Ozark salamander species
Aug 27, 2020

From the hellbender to the eastern tiger, salamander species are under threat due to detrimental changes in climate — including increased temperatures and changing precipitation.

College News, Grants and Research, Faculty and Staff, Students, Sustainability