Diversity at Adams State

The student becomes the teacher who continues to inspire

“My favorite part of teaching is sharing what I love with future artists and investing in the future I want to have with them,” Garcia said. Continue Reading…

ASU Lifeways presents a water panel discussion

Please plan to attend this lecture and gain insights from the perspectives of a rancher, an acequia association leader, and the former Colorado Water Congress president. Continue Reading…

From the Andes to the Amazon

“It seemed no matter how far we traveled outside of the old Inca capitol of Cuzco we would see those terraces carved into the mountain sides all along the route.” Continue Reading…

ASU student Salas takes first place in the Hispanic College Quiz Show

“I have a greater sense of pride for my heritage after this contest,” Salas said. Continue Reading…

Adams State receives NSF grant to advance women faculty in the sciences

The resulting plan will include strategies to improve the recruitment, retention, and advancement of women faculty, and in particular of Latinas. Continue Reading…

Smithsonian announces “Latinos and Baseball” collecting initiative at Adams State

The Smithsonian museum is also gathering stories from the public about the role baseball played in their lives and communities. Continue Reading…

The ASU Observatory will host an open house on October 8

“Bring a USB thumb drive and you can take your photos home with you that night. Or, for a five dollar donation, we can give you a thumb drive with your photos on it.” Continue Reading…

Campus Ministry will sponsor a food drive

Please share with others by dropping off non-perishable food items and helping to “fill the truck!” Continue Reading…

Run like you’re being chased by zombies

“There will be a few zombies along the path to give chase to participants,” Duran said. Continue Reading…

The So Co Film Festival is coming soon

The theme, BORDERLESS, intends to inspire a diverse conversation about cinematic expression. Continue Reading…

Register now for fall 2016 STEM Saturdays

Participants will use CHOREOGRAPHE to program the NAO Robot and make it move, play music, dance, talk, and many other activities. Continue Reading…

Adams State welcomes SLV Migrant Education Program

The Migrant Education Program is now located on ASU's campus at the southeast corner of Second St. and Richardson Ave. (1424 Second St.) Continue Reading…

ASU CASA will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

Do it in the Dirt, a CASA fundraiser and campfire block party will be held September 16 and 17. Continue Reading…

Adams State Nielsen Library will host baseball exhibit

The Sugar Beet Fields to Field of Dreams 1920s-1960s, Mexican/Spanish Contributions to America’s Favorite Pastime exhibit highlights the Mexican/Spanish laborers of the 1920s through the 1960s. Continue Reading…

Crossing the Mighty Mississippi and racial and gender barriers

“I enjoy my colleagues and my students very much. Everyone is extremely student-centered.” Continue Reading…

Mendoza will address the DREAM Act during Lifeways Lecture

As a young lady hailing from a mixed-status family, she opted to drive her mother from their home state of Texas to attend her graduation in Boston. Continue Reading…

Adams State HSI Week begins September 12

The Adams State University Hispanic Serving Institution Week celebration will be held from September 12 through September 16, with each day representing a specific theme. Continue Reading…

Adams State celebrates HSI Week

“The events raise awareness and helps build and promote campus-community partnerships.” Continue Reading…

Adams State named Top Adventure School

“What I really love is that ASAP is based on building ourselves to become better people.” Continue Reading…

Donation from ASU Athletics & Chili's helps nursing students take medical mission to Honduras

"...We cannot thank our generous community enough for all their help in getting us there." said Kristina Cook, nursing administrative assistant. Continue Reading…

Adams State “Stands Strong” into the coming year

“In marking the one year anniversary of the Supreme Court’s ruling and our endeavor, we reaffirm our commitment to Standing Strong for equality and against all forms of inequity in our society.” Continue Reading…

Trustees committed to Adams State success

“Both of these new trustees bring very relevant experiences to Adams State that both complement our mission and will further our success,” said Adams State President Beverlee J. McClure. Continue Reading…

ASU Summer STEM Academy welcomes high school students

“I love meeting new kids and getting the feel of the college atmosphere and expectations.” Continue Reading…

Salazar Rio Grande del Norte Center Ribbon Cutting is June 24

Among Emma and Henry Salazar's children is former U.S. Secretary of the Interior, Ken Salazar. Continue Reading…

Adams State Theatre Department set stage for DiSanti

“I've worked in Hungary, Slovenia, Italy, Scotland, Germany, Russia, Israel and other places I'm sure I am forgetting,” DiSanti said. Continue Reading…

Circle of Hope and Healing shares diversity

As more than 50 formed a circle amidst rainbow flags and ribbons; prayers and observances were spoken in three languages to mourn the loss of lives in Orlando, Florida, and to begin mending the hurt. Continue Reading…

All welcome to attend “SLV Standing Strong for Orlando” tonight

"SLV Standing Strong with Orlando” will be held Monday, June 13, from 8-9 p.m. in Alamosa’s Centennial Park, Main St. & State. Continue Reading…

Indian Nickel will perform at Hispanic Rural Heroes Salute on June 25

The inaugural Hispanic Rural Heroes Salute will honor the contributions of Hispanics in Rio Grande County. Continue Reading…

Special Olympics Torch Run raises $4,200

"The funds will support travel for local Special Olympics to the state games." Continue Reading…