Diversity at Adams State

Adams State commencement creates connections of inspiration

Dr. David Svaldi presided over his concluding graduation ceremonies as president, with the university awarding 256 bachelor's degrees, 45 associate degrees, and 288 master's degrees. Those graduates, Continue Reading…

Adams State's Model U.N. successful at international conference

Three of the team's six members were recognized as "Best Delegate" in their respective committees at the conference, held March 27-29 in Menton, France, on the campus of Sciences Po College. Continue Reading…

Adams State CAMP students attend conferences

“Our students have a broader view now and many are now seeing that they can attend other conferences, and pursue graduate degrees at some of the institutions that were presented in the conference.” Continue Reading…

New greenhouse will stimulate student projects

“As an Hispanic Serving Institution we strive to provide every opportunity to engage all our students and increase graduation rates in STEM among Hispanic students.” Continue Reading…

Adams State will celebrate Cesar Chavez Week 2015

The Noche de Familia Horno Cookout Fundraiser will be held from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. Wednesday, April 1, in the ASU CASA Center, 101 Faculty Drive. Continue Reading…

Adams State to present "Female Voices through Music: Las Inditas"

Romero's presentation will be an ethnomusicological lecture-performance around the image of the indita, young native woman, as a New Mexican symbol of tierra sagrada, a feminized sacred landscape. Continue Reading…

Adams State awarded scholarship funding for non-traditional students

The grant will provide $2,000 to 15 undergraduate students who meet the criteria. Continue Reading…

Centeno to discuss women political leaders

Who are these leading ladies? Why are there so few of them? Continue Reading…

Musical theatre will feature Latin American Women

The musical will feature the lives of Latin American Women: Mexican painter Frida Kahlo; Salvadoran peasant Rufina Amaya, and Argentinean poet Alfonsina Storni. Continue Reading…

ASU will celebrate Women’s Week

The 2015 theme, “We Have A Voice” will include guest speakers, panel discussions, film, art, food and a Take Back the Night walk through Alamosa and the Adams State campus. Continue Reading…

The faculty lecture, Poet’s Duty, is February 25

"Four Homes of Poetry: The Poet’s Duty," by Aaron Abeyta, professor of English, begins at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 25, in Porter Hall room 130. Continue Reading…

March 7 STEM Saturday has spaces available

So you think you can’t math, by Raquel Barata, visiting assistant professor of mathematics, is for GIRLS ONLY, grades 6-8. Continue Reading…

New time for Skype with Missouri State Senator Chappelle-Nadal

A democrat, Chappelle-Nadal represents District 14, which includes Ferguson, Missouri. Continue Reading…

Guest Lecturer Aseltine will discuss race and the criminal justice syste

The talk will examine shifting historical and contemporary representations of race and criminality and their influence on social control in the United States. Continue Reading…

Adams State CAMP hosts celebration

“We are committed to working with students, student families, campus staff, faculty, student services, and the community to improve educational opportunities for CAMP students at Adams State." Continue Reading…

Women’s Voices in Art opens in Hatfield Gallery on February 16

“Being from the valley myself, I really think it is important to acknowledge local artists. Women's Week is a perfect time to honor our local female artists.” Continue Reading…

Spring enrollment stays even with last year

Total enrollment as of census date, February 4, is 3,470, a decrease of less than 1 percent (14 students) from last spring. This includes 2,503 undergraduates and 967 graduate students. Continue Reading…

Sign up now STEM Saturdays

Students will program the NAO to move, speak, and respond to commands. Continue Reading…

Speakers share secrets for student success

The goal now is to become more truly “Hispanic serving,” rather than simply “Hispanic enrolling.” Continue Reading…

Moore explores the fine line between greatness and tragedy

“Did the ‘other’ Wes Moore read the book, and what does he think about it?” Continue Reading…

ASU Archaeological Field School receives recognition

The Adams State University Fort Massachusetts Archaeological Field School received second place in a competition based on gender and minority inclusion in archaeological field schools. Continue Reading…

DHE awards Adams State grant for Concurrent Enrollment Teaching Initiative

"Starting this June, a cohort of 15-20 social studies teachers will be enrolled in Adams State graduate courses leading to concurrent enrollment instructor eligibility." Continue Reading…

Adams State will celebrate Martin Luther King Week

This was the start of a life of, as she said it, putting communal goals before individual goals. Continue Reading…

Abeyta will read from his latest book on December 11

“I never write about the idea I start with, I let it take me where it wants to go and then I cut back to truest idea,” Abeyta said. Continue Reading…

It is Tamale Time at ASU C.A.S.A. Center

Everyone joined in on the fun of spreading the fluffy and sticky masa on the corn husk, and then filling them with many different options laid out in front of them. Continue Reading…

Best-selling author of "The Other Wes Moore" speaks at Adams State Oct. 24

Students gathered in the library Tuesday evening to discuss the book and discussed such themes as personal responsibility, the influence of one's environment, the value of education, and destiny. Continue Reading…

ASU named in top 50 Colleges for Hispanic students

Adams State’s 2014 freshman class is its most diverse yet. Continue Reading…

PEBC/Boettcher Teacher Residency program at Adams State awarded $2.9 million STEM grant

The STEM grant will help train new teachers for elementary and middle schools in 15 rural Colorado school districts. Continue Reading…

Hispanic Heritage Month includes presentation by Vigil

Vigil is chairman of the Fine and Performing Arts Department and director of Drama at Colorado Academy in Denver. Continue Reading…

Adams State celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

The Adams State University Hispanic Heritage Month includes events scheduled through October: Continue Reading…