Month: July 2017

Adams State offers community enrichment opportunities

Ever wanted to go to school without the commitment to assignments, projects or tests? Want an opportunity to learn more about acting, anthropology, athletics, or advertising? Become better informed about your personal finances, marriage and families, or natural resources/water law for a minimal fee and no homework and exams. Adams State University now has continuing […]

Seeking Public Comment – July 2017

Adams State University is seeking comments from the public about the University in preparation for its periodic evaluation by its regional accrediting agency. Adams State University will host a visit November 13-15, 2017, with a team representing the Higher Learning Commission. Adams State University has been accredited by HLC since 1950; it was placed on […]

Adams State University announces Industrial Hemp Initiative

With the goal of supporting economic development in the San Luis Valley (SLV), Adams State University launched its Industrial Hemp Initiative, July 25. The Adams State University Industrial Hemp Initiative aims to create an SLV Viable Hemp Seed Program and to develop a large-scale, hemp-based economy in the SLV. Adams State is partnering on the […]

SLV hemp fabric woven for National Project

Fawn Milton-Tatro weaves a blend of hemp fiber for Fibershed’s project. As a collaboration between Fibershed, Rezolana Institute and Adams State University’s Community Partnerships, hemp has been grown, decorticated, blended with wool, spun and woven into fabric that provides a San Luis Valley fabric sample in Fibershed’s national research project. By blending hemp with wool, […]

The Southern Colorado Film Festival is accepting entries

The sixth annual Southern Colorado Film Festival will take place from October 12 through October 14, 2017 in Alamosa, Colo. The festival invites all filmmakers to submit their work for consideration. The 2017 theme, CONVERGENCE, intends to inspire a diverse conversation about cinematic expression. The festival will screen works that display a wide range of […]

Martinez dedicated career to students

Article by Linda Relyea After 40 years serving students, Bea Martinez ’76 retired as Adams State University’s Director of Student Business Services. If there is one word to describe her decades of service, it would be "change." From hand-written columns of figures to complex computer programs, she witnessed the advent of the technology era. "I […]

Adams State PBL students attend national conference

In June, Adams State University Phi Beta Lambda students attended the PBL 2017 National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, Calif. Students who competed in various events included, left to right, Araceli Portilo, Cody Trujillo, Abbey Stagner, Alex Lopez, and Marisa Morado. Lopez placed tenth in Accounting for Professionals and Natalie Rogers, PBL sponsor and Adams State […]

Local PEO Chapter supports Adams State students

The Chapter V, P.E.O. members support Adams State University students with a renewable scholarship. P.E.O. members include, left to right, back: Dianna Paulson, Carla Clutter, Evelyn Farish, Donna Templeton; middle: Margot Alexander, Devi Jardon, Janet Noland; front: Kiara Villalobos, scholarship recipient; Marilyn Davey, and Kathy Metz. The scholarship was established in 2002 and has increased […]