Adams State News - October 2014

Accident drill conveys painful reality

Adams State University freshman Ryan Milner, a sociology major with an emphasis in criminal justice, organized the drill as a serving learning project for a sociology course. Continue Reading…

Denver artists will show at Cloyde Snook Gallery

Works by Denver area artists will be on display in the Adams State University Cloyde Snook Gallery from November 3 through November 21. Continue Reading…

Boettcher Teacher Residency reception celebrates residents and mentor teachers

“I am learning how to become a better teacher as well as a much better person..." Continue Reading…

Adams State Cycling Team competes in National Championships

These are the best overall results the cycling team has posted at a Mountain Bike National Championship. Continue Reading…

Beeman will perform her first faculty recital on November 6

She will perform a mixture of classical, theatre, folk songs, and classical jazz. Continue Reading…

2014 Spud Bowl Queen is Taylor Hackett

Taylor Hackett, Alamosa High School, was crowned the Spud Bowl Queen at the Adams State University football game on October 25. Continue Reading…

Concert Choir to perform Ave Maria at fall concert

The Concert Choir will perform Ave Maria, a beautiful double choir piece by German composer, Franz Biebl, as well as works featuring texts by William Blake and Rumi. Continue Reading…

Zacheis Planetarium continues free programming

The Adams State University Zacheis Planetarium presents the November program schedule. Continue Reading…

Register for STEM Saturdays

These free interactive sessions are open to the public and will stimulate the imagination and curiosity of students. Continue Reading…

NBCC Foundation Awards Counseling Scholarship to two Adams State graduate students

Sorensen and Gutierrez are pursuing their master’s degrees in the Adams State Counselor Education Program. Continue Reading…

Adams State Student Life leadership prepares for future

“I am very excited to have the opportunity to return to ASU as a professional, after such amazing years and experiences I had during my undergraduate and graduate degrees,” Carter said. Continue Reading…

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

Students gathered in the library Tuesday 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 on October 26 is in Leon Memorial Hall

“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…

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