Adams State News - October 2014

Best-selling author of "The Other Wes Moore" speaks at Adams State Oct. 24

Students gathered in the library Wednesday evening to discuss the book and discussed such themes as personal responsibility, the influence of one's environment, the value of education, and destiny. Continue Reading…

Former Trustee Charles H. Scoggin, M.D., to receive Billy Adams Award

As a trustee for Adams State University, Charles H. Scoggin, M.D., demonstrated a deep commitment to education that echoes the founding spirit of Billy Adams. Continue Reading…

Wind Ensemble Concert is October 26

“The music selected for this concert will take advantage of the acoustics and setting to provide for a great experience for audience members and performers.” Continue Reading…

ASU Counselor Education offers free breathwork journey session

Deakyne, an ordained shamanic minister, apprenticed with Linda Star Wolf. Continue Reading…

Floyd and Cordelia Higel will receive the ASU Willis Fassett Jr. Award

“What Adams State gave me I try, in some measure, to give back to the institution in hopes other people will benefit as I did.” Continue Reading…

Intoxicating Nightmares opens October 28

“There will be blood,” Erik Thurston said. “It is a good Halloween show.” Continue Reading…

Elliott receives AMSR certification

Gregg Elliott, director of Adams State University Counseling and Career Services, recently received his certification for Assessing & Managing Suicide Risk Trainer (AMSR). Continue Reading…

Dr. Ed Lyell believes online is the future of education

“I was able to spend a lot of time with economics Nobel Prize winner Paul Krugman talking about macro-economic conditions and policy change possibilities.” Continue Reading…

ASU named in top 50 Colleges for Hispanic students

Adams State’s 2014 freshman class is its most diverse yet. Continue Reading…

PEBC/Boettcher Teacher Residency program at Adams State awarded $2.9 million STEM grant

The STEM grant will help train new teachers for elementary and middle schools in 15 rural Colorado school districts. Continue Reading…

Hispanic Heritage Month includes presentation by Vigil

Vigil is chairman of the Fine and Performing Arts Department and director of Drama at Colorado Academy in Denver. Continue Reading…

Nielsen Library author Adams book reception is CANCELED

The book reception for Maynard Adams at the Nielsen Library has been CANCELED. Continue Reading…

PBL Halloween Carnival is October 25

The carnival will include ghoulish games, freaky fun, trick-or-treat street, a costume contest and a baked goods silent auction. Continue Reading…

Chemistry Magic Show at Adams State

The magic show is a very fun presentation for people of all ages. Continue Reading…

Adams State celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

The Adams State University Hispanic Heritage Month includes events scheduled through October: Continue Reading…

Documentary film ethics is topic of next ASU Faculty Lecture

But frequently, audiences are misled, deceived, even outright lied to about what they believe to be "true" on television and on the big screen. Continue Reading…

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