We are pleased to announce the series of Lunchtime Talks in Science and Mathematics for Fall 2016. The talks are held at noon in Porter Hall room 130. These lectures are intended for “general audiences” – students, faculty, staff, and community members are all encouraged to attend. The first lecture will be by Dr. Kevin Hand, scientist at NASA and JPL, and is titled “The Search for Life Beyond Earth.” The complete schedule of talks can be found here:
Tonight is Comedy Night in Richardson Hall from 7-8. We have Comedian Chad Neidt here to make you laugh now and cry later. So Come enjoy some free laughs.
I hope this summer has been good for everyone! Just as a reminder, if you have not yet requested certification and would like to use your benefits, please send me an e-mail, with your 900- student ID number. I would highly recommend that the sooner you send those to me, the better. If you have any further questions or would like to check the status of your certification please e-mail me at either email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Veterans/Military Affairs Coordinator
We need to assemble a new cannon crew to fire the cannon at football games. Training and uniforms will be provided. The first game is September 3rd, so don’t delay. Contact Dr. Goddard in the HAPPSS Department: 587-7267, email: email@example.com.
The Adventure Leadership & Programming minor is opening up the “Mountain Bike Site Management” course to all students. This is a one hour course in the HPPE department.
HPPE 263 is designed to take someone who has never been on a mountain bike (although familiar with how to ride a bike) and teach them how to confidently and safely ride trails. Don’t have a bike? Not a problem, we have you covered.
This course take place over 2 1/2 days (Friday evening – Sunday afternoon) September 16 through the 18th. Basic fitness level required.
If you are interested or have any further questions, please email the instructor, Brian Puccerella, at:
See you on the trails!
Congrats to Hubert Price who won the Student Success Center drawing for a $50 Amazon gift card! Thanks to all who participated in our New Student Orientation activities!!
Scholarship application deadline is approaching!
The Boundless Opportunity Scholarship deadline is fast approaching! If you are a non-traditional, full time ASU student, take a look and submit this application to One Stop if you feel you meet the requirements! The deadline to apply is September 1st, 2016.
Stop by the Counselor Ed Department
1st Floor MCD
Follow the yummy smell
Adams State’s Student Nurses Association is hosting a blood drive on Friday September 9th from 12- 4 pm in the SUB. If you would like to donate please read the following to ensure your eligibility and then contact Jessica to schedule a time.
-Must be 18 years or older, 16 and 17 with consent form
-Must weigh at least 115 pounds.
– On the date of your donation, will you have taken Accutane, Proscar or Propecia within the last month?
-On the date of your donation, will you have taken Coumadin/Warfarin, Pradaxa, Xarelto or Apixaban within 1 week?
-On the date of your donation, will you have you received a tattoo that was not performed with single-use equipment in the last 12 months?
-On the date of your donation, will you have received an ear or body piercing that was not performed with single-use equipment in the last 12 months?
-On the date of your donation, will you have spent more than 24 hours in (traveled to) any individual location outside of the U.S. or Canada within the last 12 months? (Please contact for list of countries)
*If you have questions regarding the tattoo and piercing policy, questions about previous travel to other countries, other inquiries or would like to schedule a time to donate, please feel free to contact Jessica via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 720-226-7444.
ASU Pride will be having their first meeting on Thursday from 6-8pm in the Center for Student Inclusivity. Meet us in the Student Life Center and we will show you to our new space on campus. The meeting will include some general announcements about events being hosted this semester, games, and food. All are welcome!
Don’t forget to stop by the Onestop Cashier to:
1. Check your semester invoice
2. Set up a payment plan
3. Make payment full.
Are you looking for a Work Study position for the 2016-2017 school year? The Loft and Student Life Center are accepting applications until this Friday (8/26) at 5PM.
This position within Student Life is a dual position which includes working in both, The Loft, a game and entertainment space, as well as serving in an assistant role within the office of Student Life and Leadership. Attendant will monitor the operation of The Loft. This will include preparing and selling food and beverage items, operating a cash register and being responsible for money, managing game rentals, programming small weekly events, doing some light cleaning, and monitoring Loft activities in general. The capacity of Student Life Assistant includes errands across campus, answering phones, emails, reservations, and assisting various SL&L projects. SL&L also focuses on building leadership and job skills with all staff members.
If you have any questions about this job opening, please email Brooke Stochl at email@example.com
If you qualify for work-study and are interested in meeting people and working with our students, then consider becoming a tutor at the Writing Studio. We will hold an open house for those interested in tutoring on these dates / times: Thursday, August 25th from 4-4:30 and Monday, August 29th from 2-2:30. To learn more about whom we seek, please follow this link and look for a job description at the bottom of the page: adams.edu/finaid/artlet_student_jobs.php
Gingerbread House ELC is expanding and is now hiring for all positions, full time and part time. Come work for a Colorado Shines 4-star rated program. Competitive wages, paid time off and a great working environment.
GINGERBREAD HOUSE ELC is also seeking caring, highly motivated full time Preschool and Toddler Teachers. Responsible for the planning, organizing, implementing, and delivering a developmentally appropriate program based on the individual and group educational, social, and emotional potential of the children enrolled.
Early Childhood Teacher qualified. Level II Credential or AAS in ECE preferred for the full-time and Preschool and Toddler teachers. To obtain an application and job description inquire at 318 Girault Ave. in Alamosa, Colorado or call 719.587.7162 for more information.
Enjoy a brisk walk over the lunch hour–Meet at noon each Wednesday on the sidewalk between Porter and Richardson Halls (south campus) or join the group at the Grizzly statue in front of the Rex Activity Center at 12:05 pm as we pass by. We walk for 40-50 minutes along the river and through surrounding neighborhoods. Faculty, staff, students–all are welcome!
More info. on ASU’s Empower U activities is available at blogs.adams.edu/empoweru/.