Month: January 2017

Applications due for Adams State summer high school robotics apprenticeship

For the second year, Adams State University will offer the summer High School Apprenticeship Research Program in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, funded by a grant from the Army Research Office. Interested high school students must apply for the apprenticeships by February 28, 2017. The application and details are available online; use Adams State code HASU73. […]

Romance at the Zoo opens February 7

Article by J.C. Maheu ’17 Ever crave a hot meal? Even a hot relationship? Maybe you just crave a conversation with a stranger? Follow your cravings for an evening of good laughs and cutting remarks into the Adams State University Theatre production Romance at the Zoo. The two one-act plays, directed by senior theatre majors […]

Adams State Hall of Research opens Feb. 1

Adams State University is launching a new Hall of Research to showcase research and creative scholarship by students and faculty. Campus and community members are invited to attend an opening ceremony for the hall, Wednesday, February 1, at 10 a.m. on the first floor of McDaniel on First St. "We want to honor the research […]

Zacheis Planetarium announces movie schedule

The Adams State University Zacheis Planetarium has released the free public showings schedule through February 18, 2017. Thursdays, 7 p.m. and 7:45 p.m. February 2: Supervolcanoes and Origins of Life February  9: The Dark Matter Mystery and Space School February  16: Live Astronomy Program (both times) Saturdays, 3 p.m. and 3:45 p.m. February  4: Fractal […]

Art Hop is February 3

The first Art Hop of 2017 will be held from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. (or later) Friday, Feb. 3, in the old Lockhart’s Furniture store, located on 709 Main St., in Alamosa. Alamosa’s First Friday committee invites all community members and Adams State University students to the non-traditional art gallery opening. The event is […]

ASU STEM Saturdays begin February 11

Photo by Daniel ParsonsA student patiently waits for the 3D Printer to finish during the Adams State STEM Saturday, last fall. The Adams State University Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Saturdays begin February 11. These free interactive sessions will stimulate imagination and curiosity of students. All sessions are designed with specific grade-level, developmentally appropriate […]

Art students welcomed back

Angelica Raya received the most votes from fellow students for her sculpture, "Silver Dragon." With brightly colored tabs, Adams State University art students selected their favorite artwork at the Art Department welcome-back event. A sculpture by Angelica Raya received first place; Morris Sowards’ painting took second; and Daniel Parson and Rachel Kresl tied for third […]

Corning influenced accounting legacy at Adams State

Article by Linda Relyea Gerald Corning served as Adams State Commencement Faculty Marshall from spring 2007 through fall 2009. Pictured, Corning presides over the spring 2009 commencement ceremony. Achieving success in their professions, Karla Willschau ’84 and James “Jamie” Harvey ’83 established the Gerald Corning Endowment in honor of their Adams State University mentor and […]

Adams State’s SLV Cultural Commissions to be premiered at CMEA convention

The San Luis Valley’s unique beauty and distinctive cultures have long inspired creativity in various genres. Music is the medium for a set of seven new original pieces commissioned by the Adams State University Music Department as part of the SLV Cultural Commissions Project. Internationally renowned composer Dr. Jack Stamp will conduct the Adams State […]

Dr. Penny Sanders named Adams State Asst. VP

Adams State University recently named Dr. Penny Sanders Assistant Vice President for Graduate Studies, Research, and Sponsored Programs, according to Dr. Chris Gilmer, vice president for Academic Affairs. An associate professor of counselor education at Adams State since 2013, Sanders will head the university’s new Office for Graduate Studies, which was approved by the Adams […]