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Black Mountain College: Stepping Stone for a Liberal Arts Education
Feb 22, 2018

Black Mountain College was structured differently than most educational institutions at the time. In 1933 it was founded out of a desire for a more progressive education through the use of art, hands on learning, close student-faculty interaction and critical thought.

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Cody Rusher

Cody Rusher, Presented at the 4th Minding Animals International Conference in Mexico City
Feb 22, 2018

Cody Rusher, a second-year graduate student in the Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Human Resource Management (IOHRM) program, presented at the 4th Minding Animals International Conference in Mexico City, Mexico in January alongside his faculty mentor, Dr. Carol Kline.

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INTAPP

Where Do INTAPP Students Come From?
Feb 20, 2018

With students coming from different backgrounds and cultures comes an increase in diversity. INTAPP helps students at App State learn about other cultures and traditions.

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Black Mountain College Semester 2018 at Appalachian State University

Black Mountain College Semester 2018 at Appalachian — February events
Feb 8, 2018

Black Mountain College (BMC) was founded in North Carolina’s Swannanoa Valley in 1933 by a band of academic dissidents led by John Andrew Rice Jr.

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Dr. Allen Shelton

"The Heart and Other Organs of Darkness"
Feb 7, 2018

The Department of Anthropology, housed in the College of Arts & Sciences will present, "The Heart and Other Organs of Darkness," a lecture from Dr. Allen Shelton, Professor, Department of Sociology at Buffalo State University.The event will be held on Thursday, Feb.

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Geodesic Dome

RCOE Geodesic Dome event
Feb 7, 2018

The Reich College of Education (RCOE) at Appalachian State University will host a geodesic dome building event on Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018 at 3 p.m. in the RCOE Rotunda. Construction and installation will take approximately three hours.

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Senior Biology major Alyssa Phillips: CAS Corps Feature of the Month

Senior Biology major Alyssa Phillips: CAS Corps Feature of the Month
Feb 6, 2018

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 opportunities for academic and professional growth.

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Philosophy and Religion Spring 2018 Colloquium Series

"Should We Judge Other Cultures"
Feb 5, 2018

"Should We Judge Other Cultures"
Philosophy and Religion Spring 2018 Colloquium Series

Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018 from 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.

Dr. Kevin Schilbrack, Professor and Department Chair of  Philosophy & Religion

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Black Mountain College Semester 2018 at Appalachian State University Feb. Events

Black Mountain College Semester 2018 - - Sustaining Culture of Place
Feb 2, 2018

Black Mountain College was founded in North Carolina’s Swannanoa Valley in 1933 by a band of academic dissidents, led by John Andrew Rice (whose papers are housed in Appalachian’s W.L.

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The Black Mountain Review (catalog link: http://wncln.wncln.org/record=b1694938~S2) Photo by Mandi Burnison

New Exhibit in Belk Library Special Collections: Black Mountain College Writers & Artists in Printed Word
Feb 2, 2018

A new Special Collections exhibit, “Black Mountain College Writers & Artists in Printed Word,” provides just a glimpse of the numerous rare publications in Special Collections by writers and artists associated w

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Elect Her

Elect Her: A Training Program for Student Government
Feb 1, 2018

The Department of Government and Justice Studies, housed in the College of Arts & Sciences will present Elect Her, a program offered through Running Start concentrated on training students and particularly women to run for student government office on college or university campuses on...

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Holly Bellebuono

Healing With Herbs, a Natural Conclusion
Jan 31, 2018

Holly Bellebuono has earned a bachelor’s degree in creative writing and a master’s in public administration. But it was a job on a landscaping crew that set Ms.

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Anti-Semitism in the Chartist Movement: Rife or Rare?

Anti-Semitism in the Chartist Movement: Rife or Rare?
Jan 30, 2018

The 6th Annual Appalachian Lecture in British History with Dr. Denis Paz from the University of North Texas will be held Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 7 p.m. in Belk Library and Information Commons, Room 114.

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