Month: March 2017

ASU Nielsen Library shows Michael Rael’s photos of San Antonio Mountain

Adams State University’s Nielsen Library is showing an exhibit of photographs from Michael C. Rael’s book Sentinel in Sight – Photographs of San Antonio Mountain. The exhibit will be on display on the library’s second floor through May. It is free and open to the public. Rael, who works in Computing Services at the university, […]

The story continues to be great for Stelter

Article by Linda Relyea Jandy Stelter may have started her great story at Adams State University but she continues to fill her pages with travel, dedication to her teaching profession, supporting her favorite political candidate, and rooting on the Green Bay Packers. Stelter received her bachelor’s degree in 2005 and earned her master’s in 2007. […]

The “exploding” middle class lecture is April 11

Adams State University Dr. Michael Tomlin promises to make the truth about the middle class "perfectly, precisely, and outstandingly clear." His Faculty Lecture The Exploding Middle Class: Everything you read about it shrinking is wrong!, begins at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 11, in McDaniel Hall room 101. According to Tomlin, professor of management, we know […]

Tenth Annual ASU Student Scholar Days begins April 4

2016 Adams State student scholars Danielle Mantelli and Ryan Orr prepare to present their research on Fitness Age of Adams State Football Players. The tenth 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 […]

Special Olympics Basketball Showcase is April 7

The Adams State University Human Performance and Physical Education (HPPE) Department sports facility and event management class will host a special exhibition basketball game, featuring Special Olympic athletes and Adams State student player partners. The event, featuring the SLV Dust Devils, begins at 6:30 p.m. Friday, April 7, in Plachy Hall. Adams State students will […]

Adams State students help Alamosa residents get tax credits

For the 8th year, Adams State University Business School is offering free tax preparation through a partnership with Tax Help Colorado. This year, 60 students are participating in the program, returning $1,206,336 federal and state refunds to families in the community. Nearly one-third of those refunds ($339,631) are from the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), […]

Hafer is keynote speaker at Adams State Veterans annual banquet

The Founder and Chief Executive Officer of the Black Rifle Coffee Company and United States Veteran Evan Hafer will speak during the Veterans at Adams State (VAAS) Fifth Annual Banquet. The event "Veteran Entrepreneurs" begins at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, April 8, at Square Peg Brewerks, located on 625 Main Street in Alamosa. According to Black […]

Cesar Chavez celebration keynote speaker is Maurice Jourdane

Advocate for Latino Civil Rights Attorney Maurice "Mo" Jourdane will speak at Adams State University in an event celebrating the life and work of Cesar Chavez. His lecture begins at 7 p.m. Friday, March 31, in Richardson Hall Auditorium. Book sales and a signing will follow his lecture. The event is free and open to […]

Recital will feature percussion music from Japan

The Adams State University Faculty Percussion Recital by Dr. James Doyle will begin at 7 p.m. Monday, March 27, in Leon Memorial Hall. The recital "Reikan: Percussion Music from Japan," will include works for marimba, vibraphone, multi-percussion, timpani, and snare drum. The recital is free to AS&F and Friends of Music. Tickets are $5 for […]