Adams State News - June 2015

Adams State student lands prestigious internship

“I am excited to learn more about how research affects policy, especially in regards to women and minorities,” Martinez said. Continue Reading…

Geology Field Camp attracts students from across the country

Hiking and camping for a month in five regions ranging from the deserts of New Mexico to the mountains of Colorado, field camp participants developed mapping skills and honed their geologic intuition. Continue Reading…

ASU joins Association of American Colleges and Universities

As a member institution, Adams State will take advantage of publication discounts, member registration rates for meetings and institutes, and individual enrollment in the AAC&U Associates Program. Continue Reading…

Mary Hoffman chosen as creative community fellow

“We were amazed by the drive and passion of the applicants and we know they are going to play a part in changing this world” said Sunny Widmann, NAS Director. Continue Reading…

Derouin sworn-in with ASU Police

“I am very excited to be a part of the team and help further the department,” Deroiun said. Continue Reading…

Adams State mourns fatality on Mount Rainier

"We at Adams State share the grief of Kyle's loss and send our deepest sympathy to his family and many friends," said Dr. Beverlee J. McClure, Adams State's recently appointed president. Continue Reading…

First Friday Art Hop will feature collaborate project between SLV Behavioral Health and Art Department

Toman said: “My clients were given the opportunity to explore a creative outlet and learn skills that will benefit them for the rest of their lives.” Continue Reading…

National education expert addresses Adams State Boettcher Teacher Residents

"Real teaching is interactive and reciprocal," said nationally recognized education expert, Dr. Pedro Noguera. Continue Reading…

Learning Tree Project provides free trees to ASU Community Partnerships

The watering system is designed to provide steady moisture for trees to survive drought conditions, while conserving water through evaporation reduction. Continue Reading…

Adams State honors President Svaldi upon his retirement

The Adams State of today is more vibrant and sustainable than when Dr. Svaldi took office; his guidance positioned the university for even greater success in the next decade. Continue Reading…

ASU Police swears in Martinez

“It feels good to serve the community,” Martinez said. He has been with the Police Department for two years as an intern and now will serve as a police officer. Continue Reading…

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