Month: January 2016

Exploring Fractals has spaces available

The Adams State University STEM Saturday Exploring Fractals will begin with a planetarium movie open to registered students and their family members. The free, interactive workshop, scheduled for February 6, still has space available. Register now, by contacting Simona Guillen, STEM activity coordinator, at 719-587-7586 or After the planetarium movie, Fractal Explorations, students will […]

ASUPD invites community to join the Polar Plunge for Special Olympics

Members of the Adams State University Police Department invite campus and community members to join them in the Polar Plunge to raise funds for Special Olympics Colorado. The Polar Plunge will take place Saturday, February 6, at 11 a.m. at Lake Pueblo. “We’re freezin’ for a reason, and welcome everyone to join us in taking […]

Adams State Well-Positioned to Improve Debt Rating

Stressing that the university is poised for improvement in its debt rating, leaders of Adams State University today cited deficiencies in state funding, combined with a suspension of state support for capital construction for campus renovations, as influencers of ASU’s recently revised debt rating. Moody’s, in changing the rating of the university’s $52 million of […]

Tracy Doyle will perform with Japanese clarinetist Sugo on February 9

The Adams State University Department of Music presents a Faculty Recital with flutist Tracy Doyle. She will be joined by Japanese clarinetist Chiho Sugo; James Doyle, percussion, and William Lipke, piano. Tracy Doyle and Sugo will perform selections from their recital in Tokyo this past summer, as well as perform new works. Repertoire will include […]

WSB Scholarships assist Adams State accounting students achieve their goals

Accounting students and professors, and WSB partners, gather for a photo, on January 22. Pictured, left to right, Nalley Saenz ’16, Taylor Crowther ’16, Melanie Valdez ’99, Seth Spiva ’16, Kim Temple ’01, Bob Gjellum, Natalie Rogers ’85 ’11, Karla Willschau ’84, Eric Learn ’16, Melanie Morgan ’16, and Colin Kunau ’16. Not pictured, scholarship […]

The Adams State Observatory and Planetarium offer free programming

The Adams State University Observatory will host an open house from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 30, during the Alamosa Ice Festival. During the open house, the San Juan Nordic Club will host a ski-along-the-rio (if conditions allow) from 7 p.m. until 8 p.m. Both events are free and open to the public. […]

Test your fitness level at the ASU Human Performance Lab

HPPE graduate students test on the VO2 Max. The Adams State University Human Performance and Physical Education Department (HPPE) can help you reach your 2016 fitness goal. The Human Performance Lab continues to offer the community a variety of affordable fitness tests. The lab is located in the East Campus Building room 106. Dr. Tracey […]

Dr. Ed Crowther reviewed MLK Jr. history vs. memories

The ways in which the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. are remembered was the subject of a free lunchtime talk presented January 20 by Dr. Edward Crowther, chair of Adams State University’s Department of History, Anthropology, Philosophy, Political Science, and Spanish. Crowther coordinates the university’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Week. […]

ASU will offer free tax filing service to hard-working families through the Tax Help Colorado Program

For the seventh year, the Adams State University School of Business is partnering with the Denver-based Piton Foundation to help hard-working families become more financially secure by providing free tax preparation assistance through the Tax Help Colorado program. Beginning February 1, IRS-certified Adams State students will prepare and e-file tax returns free of charge for […]

Adams State offers summer high school robotics apprenticeship

Adams State University will offer the High School Apprenticeship Research Program in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics this summer, funded by a grant from the Army Research Office. The grant of $3,716 will allow two high school students to participate with faculty and university students in the Undergraduate Research Internship Program in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and […]