Month: July 2018

Grant award will assist ASU and VWHS to fill nursing gap

Photo by Linda RelyeaNursing student Megan Robins addresses volunteer Dr. Marty Jones in a mock situation. She acted as a supervisor reprimanding an employee. The Nursing Department exposes students to a wide variety of job experiences. The Adams State University Nursing Program will partner with Valley-Wide Health Systems on Achieving Systemic Impact: A Statewide Primary […]

Adams State, TSJC host 2nd annual SLV Economic Summit Aug. 6

A San Luis Valley Economic Impact study will be released on Aug. 6 as part of the second annual SLV Economic Summit hosted by Adams State in collaboration with Trinidad State Junior College. This year’s conference will focus on SLV Heritage and Rural Workforce Development, in addition to the release of the SLV Economic Impact […]

Adams State and San Luis Rio Grande Railroad restore locomotive; ASU locomotive will pull first tourist passenger train back to La Veta Pass on July 28

Photo by Mike Henderson The opportunity to refurbish a 40,000-ton locomotive brought two of Alamosa and the San Luis Valley’s cornerstone industries together. You’ll see the result on the railroad tracks. Adams State University and San Luis and Rio Grande Railroad restored a working locomotive with the Adams State brand as a tribute to their […]

Adams State meets all accreditation requirements; HLC board removes probation status

Adams State University has resolved all the concerns identified by the Higher Learning Commission and is fully compliant with the regional accrediting agency, the HLC board announced Monday. "The Higher Learning Commission (HLC) has removed the sanction of Probation for Adams State University. HLC took this action based on the institution’s ability to demonstrate it […]

You smile and Einstein smiles back

Photo by Linda RelyeaTyler Erzen and Grace Liu consult with Dr. Matt Ikle on an Einstein AI while Sam Regnier, Casey Carnaghi, and George Selman, assistant professor of computer science, work on additional programs. Smiling, frowning, angry, or excited, the Einstein-looking head reflects the emotion on the face of the programmer. Two high school students, […]