Diversity at Adams State

Sangre de Cristo National Heritage Area awards grant to Adams's State's C.A.S.A.

"This project will focus on connecting students, faculty, and community members to the rich and often ignored cultural history of the San Luis Valley," said C.A.S.A. director, Oneyda Maestas. Continue Reading…

Adams State will show film “Training Rules”

Rene Portland had three training rules during her 26 years coaching basketball at Pennsylvania State University no drinking, no drugs and no lesbians. Continue Reading…

Adams State introduces new minor in Latino Studies

The new minor is a cross-disciplinary program housed in the Department of History, Anthropology, Philosophy, Political Science, and Spanish. Continue Reading…

La Musica de la Gente II Concert is April 10

McCulloch, a native New Mexican born in Gallup of mixed heritage, including Irish and Hispanic roots. Continue Reading…

Adams State celebrates Cesar Chavez Week

A number of events are planned this week to celebrate the life and work of Cesar Chavez. Continue Reading…

Award-winning documentary, COINTELPRO 101, will be shown at Adams State

A panel discussion and question and answer session will follow, panelists include Dr. Priscilla Falcón, Ricardo Romero and Francisco “Kiko” Martínez. Continue Reading…

LGBTQ panel to share perspectives

From gay marriage to civil rights, there can be no doubt that change is occurring. Continue Reading…

Sociology student chosen to present her research at Ivy Plus Symposium

She knew she could “go to any college” in the nation. She chose Adams State University. Continue Reading…

Carpio named director of Adams State’s HEAL Program

“This is an exceptional program. If higher ed professionals are interested in moving their careers forward...they should call me, because HEAL would be a great place to start.” Continue Reading…

Adams State celebrates Women’s Week

"...the idea began with wanting “to simply show the film Miss Representation to the community. It quickly grew from there, ..." Continue Reading…

Lecture will address “invisible” sexism

In virtually every field, women earn less than men. This includes women working in the same fields as men, with the same educational experience, the same work experience, and the same skills. Continue Reading…

Free “Lifeways of the San Luis Valley” lectures scheduled for spring 2014

The Adams State University Title V Hilos Culturales lecture series, “Lifeways of the San Luis Valley,” has scheduled a variety of free lectures, and a return of the concert, Musica de la Gente. Continue Reading…

Adams State receives Department of Defense Grant for robot lab

“Robots capture the imagination of the public and students of all ages..." Continue Reading…

Robert Moses visits campus during MLK Week

Founder of the Algebra Project and nationally recognized civil rights activist Robert Parris Moses believes all students have the constitutional right to quality education. Continue Reading…

Community invited to International Week Potluck

Community members are welcome. Entrance fee is one dish per family and $1 per person. Continue Reading…

Abeyta to present “Lifeways of the San Luis Valley” final lecture

Abeyta’s work deals with issues concerning his hometown, Antonito, such as family, ranching, folklore, and the oral traditions common to that area. Continue Reading…

Adams State Trustees endorse Amendment 66

Trustee LeRoy Salazar said the endorsement is consistent with the university's support of K-12 education. Continue Reading…

NASA Astronaut will visit Adams State

His presentation, “An Astronaut's Journey to the Stars” begins at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 23, in Adams State University Carson Auditorium. Continue Reading…

HEAL program honored nationally for increasing Latino student success in college

ASU's HEAL was one of six graduate-level programs selected as finalists, and the only graduate program in Colorado to be recognized at the event. Continue Reading…

"Lifeways of the San Luis Valley" lecture series continues in October and November

The Adams State Title V Hilos Culturales lecture series, "Lifeways of the San Luis Valley," begins at 7 p.m. Tuesdays in McDaniel Hall room 201. The events are free and open to the public. Continue Reading…

Free concert features Frank McCulloch

Frank McCulloch y Sus Amigos (Frank McCulloch and Friends) have played together since 1999. Continue Reading…

Adams State names Margaret Doell Asst. VP

As assistant to Dr. Frank Novotny, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Doell will oversee the budgets for adjunct faculty and summer school, working closely with the department chairs. Continue Reading…

Lifeways lecture series continues through September

Peña continues to work on his family's historic acequia farm in San Acacio, Colo. Continue Reading…

San Luis Valley’s rich culture is shared through free lecture series

“We want to share Hilos with our students and community, Griego said. Continue Reading…

Autumn@Adams celebrates ten years

The popular Last Lecture returns with presentations by Dr. Leslie Cramblet Alvarez, associate professor of psychology; and Dr. Tracy Doyle, professor and chair of music. Continue Reading…

Students develop leadership skills during the Summer Latino Leadership Summit

"I really loved this experience, and I hope to be a part of Adams State." Continue Reading…

Hilos Culturales hosts Fandango

Hilos Culturales will present their annual folk artist awards to Juan Francisco Coca of Aguilar and Billy and John Archuleta of Arroyo Seco, New Mexico. Continue Reading…

Adams State HEAL students make their mark

"I felt confident that with bright, dedicated individuals such as ASU's HEALers, higher education will do great things for generations to come. I couldn't be more proud." Continue Reading…

Mobile Campus graduates participate in spring commencement ceremony

In the fall of 2009, the program switched to the online delivery format to include students from anywhere in Colorado. Continue Reading…

ASU Presidential Teacher Award recipients announced

Abeyta believes every moment offers a teaching/learning opportunity. “The capacity to learn is endless.” Continue Reading…