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Paige Hukill, left, Eleora Dunham, middle and Briar Ward, right, dig up soil to make space for the gravel and stone to be laid underneath, Oct. 28, 2022.

Historic Black cemetery given long-absent recognition
Nov 2, 2022

A group of students, faculty and community members arrived at a grassy hill in the heart of Boone Oct. 28 to install something long-absent: gravestones. 

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Callegari Scholars Alyssa Iampietro '22 and Katie Williard '22

Meet Callegari Scholars Alyssa Iampietro '22 and Katie Williard '22
Nov 1, 2022

BOONE, N.C. — The Appalachian State University College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) offers 6 scholarships to students in majors within the College, including the Sally A.

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Appalachian State University’s Cratis D. Williams School of Graduate Studies held the eleventh annual “3 Minute Thesis (3MT)” competition on Friday, October 28, 2022.

CAS students earn top three awards at 3 Minute Thesis competition
Oct 31, 2022

BOONE, N.C. — Appalachian State University’s Cratis D. Williams School of Graduate Studies held the eleventh annual “3 Minute Thesis (3MT)” competition on Friday, October 28, 2022.

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Cold Mountain Review (CMR), the longest-running continuous publication at Appalachian State University and one of the oldest college literary journals in the country, is celebrating 50 years in 2022.

App State literary journal Cold Mountain Review celebrates 50th anniversary
Oct 31, 2022

BOONE, N.C. — Cold Mountain Review (CMR), the longest-running continuous publication at Appalachian State University and one of the oldest college literary journals in the country, is celebrating 50 years in 2022.

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App State engineering physics graduate student Matthew Allen, left, and physics and astronomy professor Dr. James Sherman, two of four App State recipients of 2022–23 NASA-funded North Carolina Space Grants, are pictured inside App State’s Appalachian Atmospheric Interdisciplinary Research (AppalAIR) facilities. Photo by Chase Reynolds

4 NC Space Grants awarded to App State students, professor for aerospace and aviation research
Oct 24, 2022

BOONE, N.C. — Three Appalachian State University students and a faculty member received 2022–23 NASA-funded North Carolina Space Grants to conduct research relating to aerospace and aviation fields.

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Annabelle “Annie” Manges ’22, a spring graduate of App State who holds a B.A. in global studies, was a App State’s 2021–22 W.H. Plemmons Leadership Medallion student recipient.

3 honorees awarded App State’s 2021–22 Plemmons Leadership Medallions
Sep 19, 2022

BOONE, N.C. — Three individuals have been awarded 2021–22 W.H. Plemmons Leadership Medallions in recognition of their leadership and efforts to support students at Appalachian State University.

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Dr. Sarah Evans, associate professor in the Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences at Appalachian State University. Photo by Chase Reynolds.

Dr. Sarah Evans collaborates with CAS student, faculty on permafrost research
Jul 19, 2022

BOONE, N.C. — The Arctic has warmed three times the rate of the global average, resulting in extensive thaw of perennially frozen ground known as permafrost.

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Grace Waugh, a senior sustainable technology major from Chapel Hill, far left, and Summer Gee ’20, a graduate student from Wrightsville Beach, center, were part of a multidisciplinary team of App State undergraduate and graduate students that won second place in its division in the 2021–22 U.S. Department of Energy Solar District Cup. Waugh and Gee are pictured holding the trophy that the team received and with the team’s faculty adviser, Dr. Jaewon Oh, assistant professor in the Department of Sustainable T

App State students score 2nd-place divisional win in national solar competition
Jul 11, 2022

Fourteen students at Appalachian State University are part of the next generation of renewable energy innovators — according to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).

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Dr. Shea Tuberty, professor in App State’s Department of Biology, center, introduces electric current into Wilson Creek to stun, then capture, classify, measure and return fish specimens to the water.

App State biology interns spend summer in Wilson Creek’s ‘natural playground’
Jun 29, 2022

Catching fish, salamanders and an occasional water snake is all in a day’s work for Appalachian State University biology students Nick Campany and Carson Scott — interns this summer for nonprofit organization ACleanWilsonCreek.org (ACWC).

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