Campus Announcements

Harvest party at the Garden!

The cold is coming and we have one last chance to gather in fresh veggies. Join us for Pizza and fun at the ASU Campus Community Garden Wednesday from 4:30 until 6pm.

Fall 2017 Lecture Series Presents Dr. Conrad Earnest

Dr. Conrad Earnest, exercise physiologist who specializes in nutrition and exercise for health and sports performance, will be giving a talk titled Tour de France or Tour de Folly: A Scientific and Historical Perspective of the Tour de France. The talk will focus on nutrition and exercise performance and also doping in the Tour de France, which lead to several scandals within the sport.
Please join the HPPE Department on Monday, October 2nd, in the Richardson Hall Auditorium. Doors will open at 5:30pm and light refreshments will follow.
Everyone is welcome!

WEDNESDAY FACT: Porter Hall namesake

Porter Hall is named for the late William A. Porter, who earned a degree in mathematics in 1951 and went on to found E*TRADE and the International Securities Exchange (ISE). He and his wife, Joan, made the largest gift in Adams State’s history.

“Wednesday Facts” are presented to increase campus awareness of Adams State’s Great Story, in preparation for the upcoming site visit by the Higher Learning Commission, Nov. 13-15. The next campus forum to provide information on ASU’s Assurance Argument for continued accreditation will be held in McDaniel Hall 101 on Wednesday, Sept. 20, at 4 p.m. and Thursday, Sept. 21, at 11 a.m.

Missoula Panel – TONIGHT! (Tuesday)

The campus community is invited to the Common Reading Experience Committee’s panel on the common read this year, “Missoula”. The event is featuring a campus talk dealing with some of the issues from the Missoula case, including panelist: President McClure, Police Chief Andrew MacPherson, Ana Guevera from Title IX, Lis Tomlin from Counseling Services, and Diana Lee from Athletics.

The event begins at 6:30pm, in McDaniel Hall 101. Hope to see you there!

FBLA/PBL Meeting

PBL Meeting Thursday September 21, 2017 in BUS 218 at 12:30 P.M.

Questions?
Email asupbl@grizzlies.adams.edu
Or see Professor Rogers in BUS 213

Experience the tutoring of tomorrow – today, with the online Writing Studio!

Working together in a one-on-one, face-to-face, real-life setting is one of the most rewarding situations in education. That’s what we love doing every day at the Writing Studio (McD220), and we invite the campus community to join us. But, if you can’t join us in person, we have the next best thing to being there – live, one-on-one video tutoring online. We prioritize online tutoring 6 p.m. – 8 p.m., Monday – Thursday. Make an appointment in advance by emailing writingstudio@adams.edu, then get into your pajamas and enjoy your tutoring session from the comfort of your own room!

Chili / Frito Pies Wednesday!

SACNAS is selling chili beans / frito pies, a drink, and mini dessert for $5 in Porter Hall 11:30-1pm. Thank you for your support!

Tickets Available for The Diary of Anne Frank

Tickets are available for Adams State University Theatre’s production of The Diary of Anne Frank. Public performances are Sept. 23, 29, 30 @ 7:30 p.m. and Oct. 1 @ 2 p.m. Recommended for 12 and older. Call 587-TIXX (8499) for tickets. Free for AS&F.

Attend the Saturday, Sept. 23 performance and join us for “Hate Has No Home Here: A Candlelight Walk in Solidarity for a More Just & Inclusive Society.” We will walk from the Theatre building to the Japanese Gardens, share a few words, and conclude with a song sung by Victoria Ricci.

JOB & INTERNSHIP FAIR! This Friday! September 22nd!

Date: September 22, 2017
Time: 10:00am- 3:00pm
Location: Student Union Building, First floor Ballrooms
Registration: FREE! Just show up!

Need a job or some extra cash to help get you through the academic year? Adams State University Career Services will be hosting their Annual Local Job & Internship Fair! Students who are looking for job opportunities that will be flexible with their class schedule are encouraged to attend!

The Local Job & Internship Fair is a great opportunity to network or gather more information about local jobs in the San Luis Valley area. A number of vendors have generously donated door prizes to be awarded to attendees. This event is free to all ASU Students and Alumni.

Tips! Bring your resume!- there will be resume workshops & review times the week before the event. Check out our website or email us for more info! career.adams.edu

Free Pregnancy Testing Today

Free Pregnancy Testing Monday, 9/18, in the Student Union Building Room 318. Sponsored by club ESRA.

FREE PIZZA!

Come to an interfaith informational meeting in the Student Life Center hosted by the Center for Spiritual Life on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st @ 12 NOON.

We will introduce what we are about, talk about our different events coming up , and how you can grow spiritually on campus.

There will be free pizza, of course!

You can RSVP by emailing your 900 number to: sandersla1_ws@adams.edu

Have a ROCKin’ Week with GeoClub Goodies!

Geo Club will be selling items every Monday and Thursday in the Porter Hall Veranda.
‘Sweet Mondays’: 10am-2pm
– We have donuts, pastries, suckers, coffee, tea and other items! Start your Mondays off right and satisfy that sweet tooth!

‘Taco Thursdays’: 11:30am-1:30pm
– Who says Tuesdays are the only good days for Tacos? NOT US! Come satisfy those taco cravings during your lunch break!

Missoula Panel – Tuesday at 6:30pm

The campus community is invited to the Common Reading Experience Committee’s panel on the common read this year, “Missoula”. The event is featuring a campus talk dealing with some of the issues from the Missoula case, including panelist: President McClure, Police Chief Andrew MacPherson, Ana Guevera from Title IX, Lis Tomlin from Counseling Services, and Diana Lee from Athletics.

The event begins at 6:30pm, in McDaniel Hall 101. Hope to see you there!

Blood Drive Today 12-4

Come save a life!

There will be a blood drive today from 12:00 – 4:00 PM in the SUB (first floor banquet room). While it is too late to create an appointment, walk-in’s are more than welcome. Donation takes approximately 15-20 minutes, and snacks are provided afterwards. Please be sure to eat a good meal and drink plenty of water before donating!

If you have any questions, feel free to contact Victoria at campbellvl@grizzlies.adams.edu or (719) 580-7941.

Immigrant Justice Webinar Monday, dinner provided

An informative 45 minute webinar about how to protect local immigrant communities will take place at 6 p.m. Monday, September 18 in McD 301. Pizza will be provided.