Month: August 2018

ASU's Richardson Hall with leaves

Adams State celebrates HSI Week

The Ghostlight Project from 2017 included a gathering of campus and community members who pledged to stand for and protect the values of inclusion, participation, and compassion for everyone. Adams State University has been a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) since 2000. In honor of Hispanic Serving Institution Week and National Hispanic Heritage Month, the Adams […]

ASU's Richardson Hall with leaves

Adams State art galleries open the 2018 fall season

La Pieta by Dana Provence The Adams State University Art Department will begin the 2018 Fall Season with its annual art faculty exhibit in the Cloyde Snook Gallery. Dana Provence, professor of art, will exhibit Retool, in the Hatfield Gallery. The opening reception for both exhibits will be from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday, […]

ASU's Richardson Hall with leaves

ASU HPPE performance lab offers new fitness test

ASU graduate student Chad Palmer tests out the Adams State Performance Lab new underwater weighing. The Adams State University Human Performance and Physical Education (HPPE) Department has added an underwater weighing test as part of its affordable fitness tests available to the community. Testing will be located in the Human Performance Lab Room 106, located […]

ASU's Richardson Hall with leaves

ASU Welcome Week includes chile cook-off

Photo by Daniel ParsonsBertha Garcia slides bread into the Adams State CASA horno. As part of Adams State University Welcome Week, the Office of Co-Curricular Recreation and Engagement (CoRE) is hosting a Chile Cook-Off at the Cultural Awareness Student Achievement (CASA) Center beginning at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 24. The CASA Center is located at […]

Adams State offers evenings and weekend courses to complete associate degree

Adams State University is offering an associate degree that can be completed solely during evenings and weekends as part of its fall semester lineup. The strategy is geared to help working adults further their level of education and help students with previous college credits complete a degree. Students with previous college credits can contact Adams […]

Adams State offers artists a breath of “rare A.I.R.”

Artist in Residency Program begins this fall Anthony Vasquez, art alumnus, will connect with community during his residency. Visual and performing artists seek ways to expand their talents and inspire their creativity. The Adams State University Art, Theatre and Music Departments initiated an Artist in Residency program this fall to present visual and performing artists […]

ASU Counselor Education student receives prestigious scholarship

Adams State University Counseling Education graduate student Kami Elorrieta recently received a $5,000 scholarship from the SR Education Group, a leading education research publisher. The company’s quarterly scholarship program, implemented this year, follows their mission of making college more affordable and attainable for every student. "Receiving this scholarship fills me with relief and gratitude," Elorrieta […]

Community Engagement plans events at Adams State University

Photo by Daniel Parsons Students volunteer in the community during the 2017 ASU Cares Day. A new fall semester begins Aug. 20 at Adams State University. With it, come annual events that connect new and returning students with the San Luis Valley and further an important ASU value: to promote a civic community of trust, […]

Alumnus named Colorado Middle School Principal of the Year

Adams State University alumnus Joe Simo, principal of Centennial Middle School in Montrose, Colo., received the Colorado Middle School Principal of the Year awarded by the Colorado Association of School Executives, CASE, and the Colorado Association of Secondary School Principals. Simo will represent all of the secondary schools in Colorado for the National Principal of […]