Diversity at Adams State

Adams State Upward Bound awarded new grant

Adams State University's Upward Bound program was recently awarded a five-year grant of $2,388,246 to continue its service to San Luis Valley high school students. Continue Reading…

Olivas considers museum internship a wonderful journey

“This internship has been a blessed experience for me,” Olivas said. Continue Reading…

Adams State Trustees uphold principles of equity

Board Chair Arnold Salazar explained the resolution was developed over the last three months through a process that included input from the campus, community, and trustees. Continue Reading…

“State of the State Forum on Undocumented Learners in National Landscape” Led by Dr. Jose Moreno at Adams State University

Moreno has been working with the Office of Title V Initiatives at Adams State University and the campus community for over a year on general education reform. Continue Reading…

Still time to see Good Kids

There are still three public performances of the Adams State University Theatre production. Continue Reading…

Adams State helps 675 local families receive $1,132,310 in tax refunds

At ASU’s free tax site, IRS-certified students filed 675 returns, helping local taxpayers claim $1,132,310 in federal and state refunds. Continue Reading…

Good Kids will spark dialogue on difficult subjects

“Join us to continue the conversation started in the play with members of the cast, the director, and representatives from Counseling Services,” Neilsen said. Continue Reading…

Educators chosen for Adams State Hall of Fame

Pursuing a career in education means dedication and commitment to improving the lives of others. Continue Reading…

ASU Spring Wellness Week begins April 22

The Adams State University Department of Campus Recreation and Wellness in collaboration with La Puente’s Hunger Education Week has planned activities for the semi-annual Wellness Week. Continue Reading…

Tickets for Good Kids go on sale April 20

"...It is a quick paced show and speaks to a generation of Snapchat, Instagram, and YouTube users.” Continue Reading…

Climate awareness march and presentation is April 29

From there, participants will walk in symbolic solidarity with people in other communities across the United States to spread awareness of our changing climate and the need to protect our environment. Continue Reading…

Adams State hosted the annual undergraduate sociology conference

On Saturday, April 8, students from the three schools presented their original research. Continue Reading…

Bruyére is keynote for EARTH Week

Bruyère leads the NCAR-based systems development effort for the Engineering for Climate Extremes. She plays a key role in the development of the Global Risk and Resilience Toolbox. Continue Reading…

The Adams State Sustainability Fair is April 26

This event will demonstrate the creative ways people re-use and transform material into useful and decorative fine art. Continue Reading…

Adams State will host free conference

The conference features best-practices presentations; a keynote by Kimba Rael, Adams State alumna and San Luis Valley Educator of the Year, 2016. Continue Reading…

Special Olympics Basketball Showcase is April 7

This program gives local athletes with special needs opportunities to compete and practice in sports with each other and with non-disabled peers. Continue Reading…

Hafer is keynote speaker at Adams State Veterans annual banquet

"Black Rifle Coffee is quite literally the combination of my two favorite passions. I take pride in the coffee we roast, the veterans we employ and the causes we support." Continue Reading…

Cesar Chavez celebration keynote speaker is Maurice Jourdane

. The short hoe, known by Hispanic farm workers as el cortito (the short one), was the cause of severe and permanent crippling of hundreds of thousands of field laborers. Continue Reading…

Teacher Education offers opportunity for SLV Teachers

Those completing all 10 credits will obtain a STEM certificate of completion from Adams State University. Continue Reading…

Adams State Band Concert is March 9

“Each of these works were inspired and influenced by the culture, geography, and people of the San Luis Valley,” said Dr. Angela Winter, band director. Continue Reading…

ASU STEM Saturdays has updated schedule

Water is one of the most common substances on earth, but without it, life would not exist. Continue Reading…

Irish band, Colcannon, will perform on Adams State campus

Timeless songs and great musicianship transport the audience to another time and place. Continue Reading…

Her Voice Uplifted Concert is March 7

The performance will include works by Schumann, Chaminade, Boulanger, Higdon, Brandon, Matsushima, and Beglarian. Continue Reading…

CANCELED Mariane Pearl lecture at Adams State

The Mariane Pearl lecture has been CANCELED. Continue Reading…

ASU will celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8

All International Women’s Day events are free and open to the public. Continue Reading…

2017 Adams State Mariachi Concert is March 4

The concert will showcase Mariachi Corazon del Valle, the Adams State mariachi group; Mariachi San Luis, from San Luis, Colo.; and Mariachi Tigre and Mariachi Tigritos, both from Taos, NM. Continue Reading…

ASU Annual Women’s Week includes Women + Film Festival on March 4

Films include A Ballerina’s Tale, The Babuschkas of Chernobyl, and Love Between the Covers. Continue Reading…

Adams State announces staff for NSF ADVANCE grant project

Funded by a $249,571 grant through the National Science Foundation's ADVANCE IT-Catalyst program, the project aims to increase diversity and gender equity among Adams State's faculty. Continue Reading…

ASU Annual Women’s Week begins March 4

Celebrating women – their accomplishments and continued struggles - the Fourth Annual Adams State University Women’s Week will be held from March 4 through March 10. Continue Reading…

Adams State will recognize Black History Month

A longtime activist and educator, Trip is currently professor of African American Studies at St. Cloud State University. Continue Reading…