Are you interested in broadcasting? Would you like to earn some management experience? Do you LOVE radio and music? KASF-FM Grizz Radio is hiring! We are seeking a General Manager to run the station, and an Assistant General Manager to supervise disc jockeys. No previous experience necessary. If interested, please submit cover letter, resume, and one letter of recommendation to Armando Valdez, Communication Board chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions may be directed to KASF Faculty Advisor Beth Bonnstetter at email@example.com. Applications are due March 20, 2015.
The Paw Print is now available! Pick up your copy around campus today or read us online at blogs.adams.edu/thepawprint
ADAMS STATE GRIZZLY VIDEO, the campus student video organization, is accepting applications for the positions of General Manager and Content Manager for the 2015-2016 academic year. Previous experience with media production is preferred. Strong leadership qualities, organization, and a passion for visual media are essential. Pay is $110/week for these positions. These are Student Employment positions and Work Study approval is not necessary.
GENERAL MANAGER: This student will be in charge of overseeing equipment usage, staffing, and oversight of the program, including student video productions on and off-campus. The General Manager will report directly to the Faculty Adviser for Grizzly Video, ensuring that equipment is returned in good condition and that post-production facilities are maintained for student use. The General Manager will work with the Content Manager to pay students for completed video productions and manage the budget allocated for Grizzly Video.
CONTENT MANAGER: This student will be responsible for managing the production of new content for GRZ-TV, the campus cable channel, as well as online. This will involve training student employees for video production and editing, seeking out completed videos for distribution, and overseeing ongoing video production of ASU events and activities. The Content Manager will report directly to the Faculty Adviser to ensure that video content is being produced and acquired for GRZ-TV and online distribution.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: For more information or to apply, please send a cover letter, resume, and one letter of recommendation to Armando Valdez at firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline to apply is Friday, March 20th, 2015.
It’s $1.00 Fryday, tonight @Vistas. Stop by and get an order of fries for only $1.00. Choose from our waffle-cut, beer batter, sweet potato or steak fries and try our one of a kind fry sauce, made here in the restaurant, free with any order of fries. Tonight 5pm to 9pm.
Adams State’s second annual Women’s Week kicks off today with the theatrical performance of Tres Vidas, in Richardson Auditorium at 6:30 pm.
Click the link below for more details about this event
Click this link to get the full schedule for all eleven events happening during Women’s Week.
We look forward to seeing you there!
C’mon, it’s Friday. It’s 2:00pm. Are you going to start an ambitious new project, or are you gonna head over to the library for Tunes@2? You know the answer!
Join us this Friday, March 6, 2:00pm on the second floor of Nielsen Library for a casual vocal and piano performance by Adams State student David Webb. He’ll be sharing a full set of his original pieces with us. Settle back in a comfy chair, grab a coffee at the library’s K2 Coffee Cart, and start your weekend off right – with good music, good coffee, and good company.
Tunes@2 happens every first Friday. Next up: Nolan Smith on April 3.
ASU’s annual Etiquette Dinner is taking place on Wednesday, March 11 at 6:00 p.m. as part of the Career Center’s Professional Development Week. Ever wonder what all those forks are for in a formal dinner setting? You can learn that at the Etiquette Dinner. If you’re interested in having a spectacular meal while learning critical interviewing skills and etiquette information, contact Ryan Anderson, ASU’s Career Coordinator, at email@example.com or 719-587-8300. RSVP for your spot today!
Dr. Svaldi congratulates the winners of the 2 Kindle Fires for completing the online Campus SaVE/Title IX and Bystander Course hosted by Get Inclusive.
Marcella Madrill who is a first year HPPE/Exercise Science major from Monte Vista won on behalf of the students and Katherine Schroeder who is the Budget Support Coordinator in the Office of Finance and Administration won on behalf of the Employees. Congratulations to those two and ASU thanks you for completing the course by February 27.
To date over 500 students have completed the course and over 300 employees. Students and staff are all still required to complete the course so if you have not yet done so please take an hour of your time to complete it. Reminder emails will continue to be sent out to everyone that has not completed it.
Upward Bound (UB) and Student Support Services (SSS) will be hosting four presentations on March 5 & 6 in Room 2-400 of Richardson Hall at 1:00 & 2:30 P.M. on Thursday, March 5, and at 10:00 A.M. and 1:00 P.M., Friday March 6, if you are interested, please attend one. We will be discussing the 5-week summer UB program and the 3-week SSS program. All applicants must view the presentation to be considered.
The position runs May 31, 2015 through July 3, 2015 for UB and July 11, 2015 through August 1, 2015 and includes free room and board, entrance fees for all activities and field trips.
The Adams Atoms Chemistry Club will be selling tie dye t-shirts in Plachy hall (near the gymnasium) for $10.00 on Friday from 8:00 am-1:00 pm. The t-shirts are all hand dyed using a process that keeps them from fading. Sizes range from small, medium to large.
Craving something yummy while browsing through all the cool science projects? Stop by the basketball stadium and grab a tamale or a burrito! They’ll be delicious
Main court will be closed from 8:30AM – 1PM 3/6/15 for Science Fair.
The 2015 Career Fair will take place on Thursday March 12th from 10am – 3pm in the Student Union Building (Student Life Center). Almost 30 employers will be on-campus to recruit ASU students for both career positions as well as summer jobs. Wear interview attire and bring copies of your resumes. Contact the Career Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or 719-587-8300 for more information or to schedule an appointment to review your resume in advance. Take advantage of this opportunity!
Need 3 more credits to complete your fall 2015 schedule? Check out Women and Power: Gender, Business, & Leadership, BUS 379. Meeting time is 12:00-12:50 MWF. Co-taught by Dr. Pat Robbins and Dr. Zena Buser.
Summer and fall class schedules are now available online. Please visit:
Summer registration opens on March 16th.
Fall registration for Seniors (75+ credit hours) opens on March 30th.
Fall registration for all other students opens on April 1st (No joke).
REMEMBER STARTING FALL 2015 STUDENTS NEED TO BE ENROLLED IN 15 CREDIT HOURS TO BE CONSIDERED FULL TIME.