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My name is Schuyler Adkins and I am a graduate student in Kinesiology here at Adams State. I am currently in search of volunteers for a 10 week study. Volunteers for the study need to not have been exercising for at least the past six months to be selected. This study will look at the effects of exercise versus electrical stimulation on abdominal muscle strength and endurance, abdominal muscle activity, abdominal region fat thickness, and abdominal muscle thickness.
If you are interested, know someone who is, or have questions about the study please contact me at email@example.com.
The ASU Office of Title IX and the Colorado Health Network invite you to participate in the Free Rapid HIV Testing Event being held on January 22, 2020 from 9 AM until 4 PM. Sign up for the event will be in the SUB Atrium along with Pep & Prep Q&A with a supportive and confidential environment.
For inquiries regarding this event, please contact
Ana Guevara Director of Title IX and OEO
Scholarship Hint #3: Contact people to submit letters of recommendation on your behalf! Most scholarship applications require a minimum of two brief letters from people who know what an awesome student you are! All you will need are email addresses and Scholarship Universe will do the rest to contact your references.
The Upward Bound Program is currently looking to hire drivers to transport high school students to and from their instructional sessions, twice a month. Must be available to drive on Monday and Wednesday evenings. Adams State vehicles are used to transport students. If interested, please stop by the Upward Bound office, Richardson Hall, Room 2-400 or give us a call at 587-7865.
Saturday, January 18th from 10:00am – Noon.
Our March starts at the Art Building — follow along a short route. Wear warm clothes and sturdy boots.
Post-March program is in Carson Auditorium starting at 11:00 am
The ASU Drumline will lead the March. Dr. Lovell will welcome us to the post-March program. Hope to see everyone there!
After listening to your feedback and concerns about our cold drip coffee, we will have fresh coffee brewed every few hours so you are guaranteed a hot cup.
Come in anytime between now (1/14/20), and the end of the month for a FREE cup of drip coffee if you bring in a reusable cup.
We are open 7:30am-5:00pm.
There are several Outdoor courses offered this Spring that still have space available. All of these courses give you hands-on learning experiences and foundational skills in outdoor recreation. All classes will get you outside too, so there is really no reason not to take one of these OES courses.
Also, there is a new minor in Outdoor Education and Stewardship (OES) that is a perfect compliment to any degree if you’re interested in building your outdoor, leadership, and teaching skills. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Spring OES Courses:
OES 101 – Intro to Outdoor Rec
OES 121 – Intro to Rock Climbing
OES 124 – Intro to Kayaking
OES 125 – Winter Recreation Essentials
OES 266 – Wilderness First Aid (requires instructor permission; email@example.com)
Students in any course can get free help on any writing project at the Writing Studio, located in McDaniel Hall 220.
Hours beginning January 20:
Mon. – Thurs. — 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Fri. — 9 a.m. to noon
Drop in or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a half-hour appointment.
Nathan will be popping the delicious popcorn this Thursday in front of Counselor Ed at Noon! Come grab a bag for you and your friend!