Adams State News - May 2014

Hilos Culturales faculty prepare for Institute

Lillian Gomez, Adams State Title V director, said when faculty and staff understand the family and culture of students it helps them connect at a deeper and more meaningful level. Continue Reading…

Great March for Climate Action travels through San Luis Valley

In collaboration with Adams State University Community Partnerships and Student Activities, Fort Garland Museum will host a climate change discussion. Continue Reading…

Adams State commends police work of David Pino

Based on his training and experience, Pino correctly recognized a suspicious object as a homemade explosive. Continue Reading…

McDaniel Scholarship recipients announced

"It's a way of honoring the students I have taught in the past, and also of helping students who will come in the future," McDaniel said. Continue Reading…

Fulbright scholar's journey to China begins this summer

“I want to explore the possibilities of transcribing traditional Chinese music for saxophone and performing those transcriptions alongside performers of traditional instruments.” Continue Reading…

Dr. Teresa McCartney honored as Emeritus Professor of Counselor Education

The Adams State University alumna recently retired as Emeritus Professor of Counselor Education, concluding a career that encompassed teaching, administration, and student services. Continue Reading…

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