News about ASU Faculty & Staff

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Adams State students attend HACU Conference

“The conference educates our students to become leaders and provides them opportunities to network with professionals from around the world.” Continue Reading…

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Study still seeking volunteers for cancer and exercise study

Anyone that is a survivor can be part of the study, with their doctor’s approval; including anyone that has started treatment, is going through treatment, has completed treatment, or is in remission. Continue Reading…

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Professors will present research on gender bias in STEM Fields

As part of their own research, they created paired videos of male and female chemistry teaching assistants in an attempt to expand upon the existing research on implicit biases. Continue Reading…

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Craft Fair is November 18

Shop early for holiday gifts at the Adams State University Classified Employees Council Annual Craft Fair. Continue Reading…

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Adams State Classified Employees Council Craft Fair is November 18

The Adams State University Classified Employees Council is seeking vendors for their annual Craft Fair, to be held from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 18, in the Plachy Hall Field House. Continue Reading…

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Nehring will discuss effectiveness of CDE school rating system

Examining statewide data from several different angles leads to the conclusion that the SPF has disproportionate negative impact on rural districts and/or schools... Continue Reading…

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Adams State requests community participation in survey

Adams State University is in the process of reviewing and revising its Academic Master Plan, which frames the ongoing analysis of all academic programs and more. Continue Reading…

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The Annual Adams State Chemistry Magic Show is October 27

After the show, elementary school children can participate in safe and fun hands-on activities in Porter Hall, third floor. Continue Reading…

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ASU HPPE Department seeking volunteers for wellness study

The data showed there were increases among participants in multiple domains of fitness, including muscle strength, endurance, flexibility, and body composition. Continue Reading…

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Location Change - Guest lecturer will speak about Tour de France

His work has focused on a number of research themes involving the use of exercise and nutrition to improve health and exercise performance. Continue Reading…

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Of Words and Walls final events include debate and dialogue

“This is an exciting opportunity for us to come together as a community and talk,” added Taylor. Continue Reading…

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Benson will share experiences of ASU Field Geology

Join us for a short rite-of-passage report on an experience and bond common to all geologists throughout the world. Continue Reading…

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Mars Habitat Project LOCATION changed

The Mars Habitat concept outdoor installation will include a life-sized shelter complete with workshop, hydroponics, 3D printing, robotics, and other technology in addition to living quarters. Continue Reading…

Tickets for The Diary of Anne Frank go on sale September 11

“When I learned that it was the anniversary of the publication of Anne’s diary, I knew in my mind, heart, and gut it was exactly the right play to stage at this time in our community,” said Taylor. Continue Reading…

ASU Human Performance Lab can help you reach fitness goals

Dr. Tracey Robinson, professor of HPPE, and graduate assistant Alex Jordan will conduct the tests from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. every Thursday. Continue Reading…

CU Boulder professor to speak about Jewish and Muslim relations in the 11th century Islamic Spain

“In societies framed by religious hierarchies the rhetoric of religion often became the language of politics,” said Catlos, one of the world’s leading figures in the study of Mediterranean history. Continue Reading…

ASU Cares events are September 12 and 16

San Luis Valley organizations and community members are invited to campus for ASU’s Volunteer Recruitment Fair. Continue Reading…

ASU STEM Saturdays begin September 16

All sessions are designed with specific grade-level, developmentally appropriate lessons in mind. Continue Reading…

Martinez dedicated career to students

“I had a really good time at ASU and miss the students and fellow employees but not the stress,” Martinez said. “I wanted everything go right; I wanted to do a good job.” Continue Reading…

Lyell looks back on impressive career

“I still enjoy learning every day and my students help me to learn.” Continue Reading…

Adams State Nursing Department reaccredited

“This is the maximum amount the CCNE allows for reaccreditation..." Continue Reading…

Benton-Maestas named a 2017-2018 Colorado Governors Fellow

“When I received notification that I had been selected, I was both humbled and enthusiastic. Now is the perfect time in my life to engage with public service.” Continue Reading…

Adams State Career Center adds Civic Engagement program

“It is a way to learn through engagement with the community.” 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…

ASU honors many dedicated faculty and staff

Dr. Ed Lyell, professor of business, received emeritus status. 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…