Partnerships in the News

Advanced Industries Funding Presentation will be May 5

State representatives will explain their Advanced Industries (AI) Accelerator programs. Continue Reading…

USDA Value Added Grant Writing Workshop is May 4

The Value Added Producer Grants (VAPG) program helps agricultural producers enter into value-added activities related to the processing and/or marketing of bio-based, value-added products. Continue Reading…

Meet experts in film and media industry

It is an opportunity to meet experts in the film and media industry. Continue Reading…

Adams State Earth Week raises awareness to "Save the Planet"

"The purpose of EARTH is two-fold. First is to provide education on sustainability on campus, and the second is to actually do things on campus," said Dr. Jared Beeton. Continue Reading…

Adams State hosts presentation on green practices for businesses

Schendler does not sugar coat the challenges of saving energy, branding your company or measuring results. Continue Reading…

Green Home Trip planned for April 16

Experience a variety of eco-friendly homes first-hand by signing up for a personalized tour. Continue Reading…

Green Home Trip planned for February 20

Instructor and builder, Chuck Reel will guide participants through each home features. Continue Reading…

Green Home Design Course open to students and community members

It also gives students the opportunity to visit environmentally friendly buildings around the valley and take part in hands-on lessons. Continue Reading…

Industrial hemp documentary “Bringing It Home” to screen at Adams State

In 2013 twenty-one states introduced industrial hemp legislation, but current federal policy still places a barrier on production. Continue Reading…

Southern Colorado Film Festival opens October 15

Now in its third year, the festival will be showcasing creative works from around the world. Continue Reading…

Adams State offers resources to aid communities and local governments

Adams State University offers the expertise of its faculty to assist communities and local governments in a number of realms. Continue Reading…

ASU Community Partnerships received Xcel Energy Foundation funding

"...We are pleased to contribute funding to educate disadvantaged farmers and ranchers on the benefits of renewable energy applications.” Continue Reading…

Adams State will host a Spanish Film Festival in September

Celebrating the New Wave of Ibero American Cinema, Adams State University will host a Spanish Film Festival in September. Continue Reading…

Mary Hoffman chosen as creative community fellow

“We were amazed by the drive and passion of the applicants and we know they are going to play a part in changing this world” said Sunny Widmann, NAS Director. Continue Reading…

Learning Tree Project provides free trees to ASU Community Partnerships

The watering system is designed to provide steady moisture for trees to survive drought conditions, while conserving water through evaporation reduction. Continue Reading…

ASU offering sustainability course for students and community

Dr. Nick Parker, former professor of Texas Tech University, has been at the forefront of the environmental movement for decades. Continue Reading…

Sustainability Practices course coming to ASU

This course will give students an overview of key environmental challenges facing communities, including businesses, today and provide potential solutions to those challenges. Continue Reading…

Media Professionals Career Workshop open to public

Attendees to this no-cost event will hear from Colorado State Film Commissioner Donald Zuckerman regarding the State’s initiative to expand the film industry in Colorado. Continue Reading…

Adams State University’s Mary Hoffman Receives Prestigious William Funk Award for Building Stronger Communities

Hoffman said she shares the award with her colleague Karl Jolliff, ASU Community Partnerships business support director. Continue Reading…

Sustainability practices in business course offered at ASU

The course will empower attendees to take action and improve both their local and the global environment. Continue Reading…

Adams State's Mary Hoffman attends Climate Leadership Summit

The Summit convened more than 250 college and university leaders from across the U.S. to focus on ways to strengthen campus climate action and sustainability initiatives. Continue Reading…

State needs to hear from the SLV on importance of higher education

Two important factors make Adams State University much more dependent on state funding than the large universities of the Front Range: our unique role and mission and our isolated, rural location. Continue Reading…

Myth Hunters television program explores local legends

Myth Hunters is a documentary series telling the stories of historic treasure hunts, and airs on the American Heroes Channel. Continue Reading…

Great March for Climate Action travels through San Luis Valley

In collaboration with Adams State University Community Partnerships and Student Activities, Fort Garland Museum will host a climate change discussion. Continue Reading…

Southern Colorado Honor Flight honors Valley WWII veterans

The Southern Colorado Honor Flight is a Colorado Springs based non-profit that relies on donations in order to allow all veterans selected for the flight to participate at no cost. Continue Reading…

Seed Packets support Valley nonprofits

Along with planting seeds, the Boys & Girls Club will sell seed packets to the public to raise funds. Continue Reading…

John Fielder will present at Adams State University

Fielder has worked tirelessly to promote the protection of Colorado's open space and wildlands. Continue Reading…

Art alumni donate sales to support framing of Christo and Jeanne-Claude collection

ASU Community Partnerships acquired a retrospective of 24 signed images portraying works by this world famous couple, the Art Dept. needs to raise $7,000. Continue Reading…

Fed and state grants fund plan for green business park

The EDA was specifically seeking innovative projects with far-reaching potential, Hoffman said, and the SEED project will serve as a national model for clean, rural business development. Continue Reading…

Wilkinson completes museum mural

Images depicting historic figures, beautiful landscapes, significant landmarks, and timeless symbols cover the north wall of the San Luis Valley museum – reflecting the diverse heritage of the Valley. Continue Reading…