ASU News - May 2012

Zacheis Planetarium provides views of Venus transit

On Tuesday, June 5, Venus will pass in front the sun, an astronomical event so rare that it has been viewed by humans only six times in recorded history. Continue Reading…

Upward Bound receives grant renewal

“Commitment,” said Angelica Gallegos, director of Upward Bound, using one word to describe the program. “Our students commit to their future.” Continue Reading…

Adams State receives ESEA Grant

“By working with teachers at the preschool level, students’ exposure to the sciences will begin at an early age,” Judd said. Continue Reading…

First BSN cohort graduates from Adams State

Solemnly reciting the nursing pledge, the first the Adams State College Bachelor of Science in Nursing cohort celebrated with family, friends, faculty and staff during the Pinning Ceremony, on May 11. Continue Reading…

Adams State becomes a University

A crowd of over 300 gathered under calm blue skies to witness Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper sign the law designating Adams State University, May 19. Continue Reading…

Adams State awards 485 degrees

Welcoming the audience, Adams State President David Svaldi noted it was the last commencement ceremony for Adams State College. Adams State will become a university, effective August 7. Continue Reading…

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