“When we graduate, it is a celebration of everyone’s success,” he says, encouraging current pre-med students to remain dedicated to their dream.
Month: March 2019
This event will showcase the exceptional caliber of work done by undergraduates in various academic departments.
“In that moment I was proud to represent Adams State University and the tools it had given me to succeed.”
Adams State University’s Salazar Rio Grande del Norte Center and the RGWCD co-hosted the symposium and supported Christi Bode of Moxiecran Media to produce the videos of the event.
This was the largest group from the department to attend the RMACSM conference in years and the students represented ASU well.
As always, admission is free for everyone, just check in at the front desk.
You are not required to return the seeds, but are encouraged to harvest seeds that do well, and donate them back to the library during out annual Community Seed Exchange, on the last Saturday in January.
“We are priced competitively and we deliver our graduate programs to suit the needs of working adults,” said ASU Interim Assistant Vice President for Graduate Studies Teri McCartney, Ph.D.
“…This helps enrollment at the University and ultimately provides local businesses with a more educated and talented workforce from which to hire. And, business reasons aside, investing in a person’s education just feels great.”
Adams State attended the Rio Grande County Commissioners Meeting on March 13, in Del Norte, Colo., to express appreciation to RGSL for their support.