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Say What? Examining Freedom of Speech at App State

Say What? Examining Freedom of Speech at App State
Nov 2, 2018

November 12-16, 2018

A weeklong series of conversations, panel discussions, speeches and forums. See the full schedule at: https://diversity.appstate.edu/saywhat

University News, Events
Dr. Rene Salinas, professor of Mathematical Sciences (left), with head coach of the baseball team, Kermit Smith and sophomore Cameron Lyons talk stats looking at Trackman data from the previous game. Photo by Ellen Gwin Burnette

Finding the Strike Zone: Data Analytics in the Classroom and on the Field
Oct 31, 2018

Head coach of the baseball team, Kermit Smith is excited about the partnership between the department of mathematical sciences and athletics at Appalachian State University.

University News
Dr. Shea Tuberty, professor and assistant chair in Appalachian’s Department of Biology, far left, works with biology graduate students Grant Buckner, of Burnsville, center, and Cristina Sanders, of Taylorsville, to check water samples from a creek in Durham Park on campus just before the flooding associated with Hurricane Michael took place. Photo by Marie Freeman

Responding to flood threats — prevention and planning at Appalachian
Oct 29, 2018

BOONE, N.C. — Rain from recent back-to-back hurricanes put flood control measures to the test at Appalachian State University.

University News, Sustainability
Aerial view of the west side of Appalachian State University's campus

Appalachian State University’s improvement and development projects approved by UNC Board of Governors
Oct 23, 2018

The University of North Carolina Board of Governors voted to approve several items this week that will solidify improvement and development plans for Appalachian State University.

University News
An aerial view of Appalachian State University’s campus in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Photo by Marie Freeman

Appalachian named among nation’s top colleges and universities by 4 recognized national publications
Oct 8, 2018

The value of an Appalachian State University education, along with Appalachian’s academics, innovation and benefits for student veterans, has consistently been recognized by such notable publications as U.S.

University News, Awards and Honors
What is a forest carbon offset? According to its website, The Climate Trust defines a forest carbon offset as “a metric ton of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) — the emission of which is avoided or newly stored — that is purchased by greenhouse gas emitters to compensate for emissions occurring elsewhere.”

Appalachian Carbon Research Group awarded UNC System funding to develop accounting guidelines for forest carbon offset projects
Sep 18, 2018

Members of Appalachian State University’s Carbon Research Group (ACRG) will expand upon their multidisciplinary work through an inter-institutional collaboration with faculty of North Carolina State University’s Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources and UNC Asheville&rsq

University News, Sustainability, Grants and Research
Students walk by a fence positioned around the site of the former College Bookstore, built in 1934, at Appalachian State Teachers College (1929–1967) after its demolition in 1967. The Education Building, built in 1925, can be seen in the background. In addition to renting and selling textbooks, the College Bookstore also provided Appalachian merchandise, supplies and refreshments, while the second floor provided space for three apartments. A snack bar was added in 1955. In 1967, the building was demolished

Celebrating 50 years — Appalachian’s growth in university status and its Class of 1968
Jun 20, 2018

In 1968, Appalachian State University officially evolved from a teachers college into a multidisciplinary state university with three undergraduate colleges: Arts and Sciences, Fine and Applied Arts and Education.

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Data and Assessment Specialist Jim Dees in Appalachian State University, right, shows visitors from Kurdistan, Iraq, a mobile app during a campus tour of Appalachian’s sustainability initiatives. Photo credit: Marie Freeman.

When Erbil Meets Boone: Appalachian State University Hosts Visitors From Kurdistan, Iraq
May 30, 2018

Over the last few decades, the United States’ relationship with Iraq has been tense, to say the least.

College News, University News
Over 3,500 students receive degrees at Appalachian during commencement ceremonies, May 11-12

Over 3,500 students receive degrees at Appalachian during commencement ceremonies, May 11-12
May 18, 2018

Six commencement ceremonies were held at Appalachian State University over two days, Friday, May 11, and Saturday, May 12. A total of 3,229 undergraduate students and 369 graduate students received degrees.

College News, University News, Students
doctoral program in clinical psychology

Appalachian receives approval for doctoral program in clinical psychology
Apr 4, 2018

Appalachian State University has received approval from the University of North Carolina Board of Governors to establish a Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) program, with a primary goal of training students in clinical psychology to serve rural populations.

College News, University News