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From shelter dog to reading companion

“Building upon the human-animal bond, canine-assisted reading programs provide a unique way to promote children's literacy,” Bruneau said. Continue Reading…

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The next ASU Faculty Lecture is March 14

Adams State faculty members will address these challenges while discussing the intersection of emerging gender fluidity in the fields of counseling, theatre, and music. Continue Reading…

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ASU Counselor Education welcomes Colorado school counselors

SCCG funded districts and schools attend three in-person trainings each year of the grant. Continue Reading…

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ASU Counselor Education hosted SOAR symposium

“We had a wonderful turnout. The attendants were excited about all the different sessions.” Continue Reading…

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Adams State will award first doctorate degrees in May

Currently, four students from the cohort of ten are scheduled to defend in the month of February. Continue Reading…

Adams State's Ph.D. program gains CACREP accreditation

This makes Adams State one of only seven institutions in the nation to offer an online, CACREP accredited doctoral program. Continue Reading…

DeAngelis addresses audience at TEAM Symposium

He received a standing ovation after speaking from personal experience on managing the effects of trauma. Continue Reading…

ASU Counselor Education presents TEAMS symposium

Come spend the day with us as we explore all the many aspects of Trauma and Crisis and discuss how our community is prepared to manage crises. Continue Reading…

Sarah Marie Jennings receives Rural Scholarship from the NBCC Foundation

“I am so thankful for the opportunities this scholarship will provide,” Jennings said. Continue Reading…

Adams State Trustees award faculty tenure, promotions, and sabbaticals

Four Adams State University faculty members were granted tenure April 8, as approved by the university's Board of Trustees. Seven faculty were promoted in rank. Continue Reading…

Adams State is ranked among Top 15 Accredited Online Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Degree Programs

The ranking was published on the organization's website in November 2015. The Adams State University Counselor Education Department was ranked second. Continue Reading…

ASU names Kristina Daniel Exceptional New Alumna

She will accept the award at the Adams State University Alumni Banquet and Awards Ceremony during Homecoming, Oct. 2. To make a reservation and purchase tickets for the banquet, please call ASU Alumni Continue Reading…

Chassman will present a free workshop on animal assisted therapy

Chassman opened Animal Assisted Therapy Programs of Colorado with the inspiration and assistance of Mazey, her former feral kitten. Continue Reading…

Duane K. L. France receives military scholarship from the NBCC Foundation

As a military scholarship recipient, France will receive $5,000 to support his counseling education and recognize his commitment to the underserved. 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…

NBCC Foundation Awards Counseling Scholarship to two Adams State graduate students

Sorensen and Gutierrez are pursuing their master’s degrees in the Adams State Counselor Education Program. Continue Reading…

Elliott will visit Adams State for a free workshop on prejudice

Elliott was a third-grade schoolteacher when she created the famous "blue-eyed/brown-eyed" exercise, which later became the basis for her career in diversity training. Continue Reading…

Dr. Teresa McCartney honored as Emeritus Professor of Counselor Education

The Adams State University alumna recently retired as Emeritus Professor of Counselor Education, concluding a career that encompassed teaching, administration, and student services. Continue Reading…

Yale psychologist discusses childhood trauma

Olezeski will describe the types of trauma - physical, sexual, emotional - and review the basic trends in child maltreatment. Continue Reading…

Administrator and School Counselor Workshop planned for January 31

Workshop sessions will address current and pertinent issues related to school counseling and administrative responsibilities. Continue Reading…

Counselor Education hosts cybersafety speaker

Join the Counselor Education Department for an informative and educational event with nationally acclaimed cybersafety speaker, Tina Meier. Continue Reading…

Adams State gets green light for first Ph.D. program

Adams State's program will begin accepting applications in mid-December. Continue Reading…

ASU Counselor Education will host Jhally on campus

Jhally is recognized for his thought provoking production of Dreamworlds. Continue Reading…

Adams State to offer Ph.D. in Counselor Education

"There is demand for an affordable, online Ph.D. program in counselor education. I think we will fill our slots immediately," said Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Frank Novotny. Continue Reading…

ASC counselor education online program receives accreditation

In its third year, the Adams State College online counseling masters degree program was recently accredited Continue Reading…