Adams State News - May 2018

andrew and deena kastor

Kastors are keynotes for Olympic Reunion at Adams State University

Deena, who trained under U.S. Hall of Fame running Coach Joe I. Vigil in Alamosa, earned a bronze medal in the marathon during the 2004 Athens Olympics. Continue Reading…

Joaquin Vilá, Ph.D.

Adams State hires Vilá as VPAA

“He has a wealth of experience and background in accreditation, strategic planning, and budget management,” Nehring said. Continue Reading…

Adams State University makes history with first Ph.D. degrees

"First things happen only once," said Dr. Ira Richardson upon awarding Adams State's first degree in August of 1926. Adams State University celebrated another first on May 12, 2018 - awarding of the i Continue Reading…

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ASU Music 4 Kids sparks love of music

“The program was awesome. I am glad we took advantage of the opportunity. It would be great if it was available through-out the year.” Continue Reading…

ASU invites applications for master's degree in higher education leadership

Adams State University's Master of Arts degree program in Higher Education Administration and Leadership invites applications for a new cohort beginning in fall 2018. Continue Reading…

Kalisha Johnson, Janet Najar, and Marisa Morado,

Adams State PBL students bring home the awards

The Adams State chapter received the Colorado Outstanding Chapter award and Marisa Morado was awarded the Who's Who in PBL. Continue Reading…

Adams State business student earns CPA award

Adams State University business student Kendra Riehl was presented the Colorado Society of Certified Public Accountants' Gold Key Award. Continue Reading…

ASU receives second positive recommendation to remove probation status

“As the semester draws to a close, it is my pleasure to share the positive news we received today in a letter from the Higher Learning Commission,” Nehring said in a message to the ASU campus. Continue Reading…

Wyanet Bresnitz in biology lab

Research at undergraduate level launches students into chosen fields

“This opportunity will help me in my future career in the medical field, because I now have a good background in antibiotic resistance.” Continue Reading…

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Earth Sciences students receive scholarship and recognition

“This scholarship also allows me be more selective in my free time including participating in the ASU GeoClub and writing research papers, rather than having to work.” Continue Reading…

five recipients for the 2018 educators hall of fame

Educators inducted into Hall of Fame

The room was filled with family, friends, and former colleagues who supported and encouraged the educators along their path. Continue Reading…

ASU psychology students and faculty attend Rocky Mountain Psychological Association conference

Fourteen students attended and presented 10 papers or posters, setting a record for the department. Continue Reading…

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Adams State presents An Evening of Performance Art

“The course is a collaboration of student artists who come together to create new works, challenge personal and artistic boundaries, and expand their understanding of what art is and can be.” Continue Reading…

Jessica Fritz, Marisol Cristobal-Lucas head and shoulders facing camera

Adams State sociology students attend annual conference

Jessica Fritz and Mayra Garcia presented “ASU Students’ Attitudes and Behaviors about Contraception.” Continue Reading…

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Adams State senior art majors exhibit their work

Five Bachelor of Fine Arts students will be featured in the show Areté, including Ashley Comly, Robert Gallegos, Brent Montoya, Lucie Olivas, and Andrew Rascon. Continue Reading…

Adams State to award first Ph.D.s

The first graduates of Adams State University's doctoral program in counselor education and supervision will receive their Ph.D. degrees Saturday, May 12. Continue Reading…

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