Month: March 2016

Green Home Trip planned for April 16

Experience a variety of eco-friendly homes first-hand by signing up for a personalized tour. Natural Power and Adams State University Community Partnerships will host a tour of Valley and Forbes Parks’ green homes from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. on April 16. Instructor, builder and Natural Power owner, Chuck Reel will guide participants through each […]

Internships give Adams State music students the business

"If you are going to be a musician, you’re going to be in business," said Don Richmond, an accomplished musician who has performed for many years in the San Luis Valley and northern New Mexico. "It dawned on me early in my playing career that, gee, I need to be a business person. A degree […]

Adams State Guaranteed Tuition begins this fall

Adams State University’s new Guaranteed Tuition program goes into effect with the Fall 2016 semester. Registration for the fall began March 28. All undergraduate students enrolled on-campus are guaranteed no tuition increases through their fourth consecutive academic year of enrollment. The Guarantee is available to in-state and out-of-state students, including full and part-time, new, and […]

Ninth Annual ASU Student Scholar Days begins April 7

Photo by Daniel Parsons ’18Ryan Schilling presents his research on effect of dwarf mistletoe infections during the 2015 Student Scholar Days. The ninth annual Adams State University Student Scholar Days includes presentations from disciplines across campus. Student Scholar Days, an annual multidisciplinary two-day conference, highlights the academic achievements of undergraduate students at Adams State. Oral […]

Lecture explores link between human violence and animal abuse

Animals hold a special meaning for many people. Some species, such as cats and dogs, are even considered members of the family. The next Adams State University Faculty Lecture, The Link Between Human Violence and Animal Abuse: Creating Public Safety Through Community Partnerships, by Dr. Laura Bruneau, associate professor of counselor education, begins at 7 […]

Tableaux:__________ exhibit opens March 30

The Adams State University Cloyde Snook Gallery will host an opening exhibit for Tableaux:_____________, by Emily Bayless and Susanne Mitchell and presented by Blanca Guerra, visiting assistant professor of art, and O. Gustavo Plascencia, assistant professor of art. An opening reception is from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 30 in the Art Building. […]

Lifeways presents Aaron Abeyta

By Cheryl Chavez-Ruybal Aaron A. Abeyta will deliver his profound and moving letter to the young men of the Antonito High School football team who played under his tutelage and guidance during his time as their football coach. The message in Abeyta’s letter goes far beyond plays and strategies for winning on the football field. […]

Adams State’s Career Fair is March 31

The Adams State University Office of Career Services will host a Spring Career Fair for students and alumni. The event will take place from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Thursday, March 31, in the Student Union Building banquet rooms. The event is free to all Adams State students and alumni. Career Services Coordinator Nakayla Werner […]

Adams State will celebrate Cesar Chavez Week 2016

The Adams State University Cultural Awareness and Student Achievement Center (CASA) and Nielsen Library will host a variety of events during Cesar Chavez Week, March 28 through April 2. The week’s theme, Land, Labor, Water: A Journey Through Our Heritage, will include film, lectures, music, dance lessons, food, and art. A film screening of Prejudice […]

ASAP develops leadership program for high school students

Derrick Keating assists a student on the climbing wall. The Adams State University Adventure Program (ASAP) is breaking new ground this spring as it kicks-off a Leadership Development Program for Alamosa High School (AHS) juniors and seniors. Derrick Keating, ASAP apprentice, designed the multifaceted program with the assistance of Brian Puccerella, coordinator for Adventure Leadership […]