Month: February 2015

Musical theatre will feature Latin American Women

Two major events will kick-off Adams State University Women’s Week. Three legendary Latin American Women will be celebrated through a music theatre work, Tres Vidas, and International Women’s Day will include art, yoga, presentations, and entertainment. The events are free and open to the public. Tres Vidas Tres Vidas, produced by the Core Ensemble and […]

ASU will celebrate Women’s Week

Pictured, Tessie Pikula will receive a $300 scholarship to Adams State for her winning entry for a banner design illustrating the theme, We Have A Voice. Celebrating women – their accomplishments and continued struggles – the Second Annual Adams State University Women’s Week will be held from March 6 through March 14. For the second […]

Piedra Pump is Saturday, February 28

The Adams State University Piedra Pump Climbing Competition is Saturday, February 28, in Rex Activity Center. This will be the first competition on the new wall built by Eldorado Climbing Walls in the summer of 2014. "We are excited to host our first USA Climbing Collegiate Climbing Series (CCS) which will bring in collegiate climbers […]

Adams State plans normal schedule Feb. 24

As of 4 p.m., Feb. 23, Adams State University will be completely open and follow a normal schedule for Tuesday, Feb. 24, according to President David Svaldi. If the situation changes and weather conditions warrant closure or delayed start on Feb. 24, that decision will be made by 7 a.m. Tuesday. Notices will be released […]

Adams State cancels classes Feb. 23

Due to the weather, Adams State University is cancelling all on-campus courses for Monday, Feb. 23, 2015, according to President David Svaldi. The university will be open for business 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. However, the Nielsen Library is closed. The VITA free income tax service program is also cancelled. However, employees are urged to […]

The faculty lecture, Poet’s Duty, is February 25

The Adams State University 2015 Faculty Lecture "Four Homes of Poetry: The Poet’s Duty," by Aaron Abeyta, professor of English, begins at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 25, in Porter Hall room 130. The lecture will focus on the Four Homes of Chicana/o Poetry and the poet’s responsibility to the Historical, Mythological, Archetypal, and the Cultural […]

March 7 STEM Saturday has spaces available

As part of Adams State’s celebration of International Women’s Week, the Adams State University STEM Saturday, So you think you can’t math is scheduled from 9 a.m. until noon, on Saturday, March 7; the session was originally scheduled for March 14. So you think you can’t math, by Raquel Barata, visiting assistant professor of mathematics, […]

The deadline to apply for ASU scholarships is March 1

Scholarships at Adams State University are available for 2015-2016 with an application deadline of March 1. The qualifications for each of those scholarships vary. Tammy Lopez, executive director of the ASU Foundation, said: “Last year, the ASU Foundation provided $948,000 in support through private scholarships and the Grizzly Club.” There are scholarships for students in […]

Adams State establishes 15-credit requirement for full-time status

Adams State University undergraduate students must now enroll in 15 credit hours per semester to be considered full-time, effective for the fall 2015 semester, according to Dr. Frank Novotny, vice president for Academic Affairs. Financial aid is awarded based on enrollment status. Students enrolling in fewer than 15 credits will not be eligible for their […]

McCammond credits ASU Teacher Education Department with her success

Adams State University Teacher Education alumna Debra A. McCammond ’12 is the Early Childhood Education (ECE) Coordinator with Aurora Public Schools (APS). She received a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies with a focus on ECE and a minor in business. "Earning my degree from Adams State has opened up many opportunities for me, most importantly, […]