ASC News - August 2011

Popular ASC professors present at "Last Lecture" event

Dr. Carol Guerrero-Murphy and Armando Valdez were selected by students to answer the question, "If this was the last lecture you would ever give, what would you share?". Continue Reading…

Governor appoints Svaldi to ambassador program

Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper recently appointed Adams State College President David Svaldi to the new Governor's Trade and Tourism Ambassador Program. Continue Reading…

Adams State Theatre promises stimulating 2011-2012 Season

The Adams State College Theatre Program announced its 2011-2012 season featuring three classic plays on the Main Stage and an exciting line-up of shows in the Xperimental Theatre. Continue Reading…

Adams State receives grant for suicide prevention

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) recently awarded Adams State College a three-year, $225,000 Garrett Lee Smith Campus Suicide Prevention Grant. Continue Reading…

Native American entertainers initiate Adams State Autumn@Adams events

The 2011 Adams State College Autumn@Adams Celebration, "Honor Your Story-Discover Your Possibilities/Honre Tu Historia-Descubre Tus Posibilidades" kicks-off with Native American dancers and musicians Continue Reading…

Free screening of "Gasland"

Tap water that lights on fire is one of the consequences of natural gas drilling Continue Reading…

Adams State seeks university moniker

The Board of Trustees for Adams State College voted 8-1 at its Aug. 26 meeting to initiate the process of changing the institution's name to Adams State University. Continue Reading…

Adams State Music Department hosts Rampart Winds

The Adams State College Department of Music presents a free concert by Rampart Winds woodwind quintet from the USAF Academy Band in Colorado Springs. Continue Reading…

ASC free Faculty Lecture is September 7

The Adams State College Faculty Lecture Series begins the 2011/2012 academic year with "Knowing is Half the Battle: How Endorsements for War were Embedded in CNN's Coverage of the Conflict with Iraq" Continue Reading…

more headlines