Adams State News - September 2016

Yeats will suggest how to challenge the status quo

This presentation will detail ways to make research fun, give insight on research challenging the education system, and will share transformative work with inclusive excellence issues. Continue Reading…

Mind Your Head opens October 11

“Change your fate, defy the expected,” said Gross. Continue Reading…

ASU Lifeways presents a water panel discussion

Please plan to attend this lecture and gain insights from the perspectives of a rancher, an acequia association leader, and the former Colorado Water Congress president. Continue Reading…

From the Andes to the Amazon

“It seemed no matter how far we traveled outside of the old Inca capitol of Cuzco we would see those terraces carved into the mountain sides all along the route.” Continue Reading…

Zacheis Planetarium continues free movies in October

As always, admission is free for everyone, just check in at the front desk. Continue Reading…

ASU student Salas takes first place in the Hispanic College Quiz Show

“I have a greater sense of pride for my heritage after this contest,” Salas said. Continue Reading…

Adams State receives NSF grant to advance women faculty in the sciences

The resulting plan will include strategies to improve the recruitment, retention, and advancement of women faculty, and in particular of Latinas. Continue Reading…

Smithsonian announces “Latinos and Baseball” collecting initiative at Adams State

The Smithsonian museum is also gathering stories from the public about the role baseball played in their lives and communities. Continue Reading…

The ASU Observatory will host an open house on October 8

“Bring a USB thumb drive and you can take your photos home with you that night. Or, for a five dollar donation, we can give you a thumb drive with your photos on it.” Continue Reading…

Campus Ministry will sponsor a food drive

Please share with others by dropping off non-perishable food items and helping to “fill the truck!” Continue Reading…

“Atypical Topographies” opening reception is September 29

Atypical Topographies, a national juried exhibition, includes artwork that challenges, reinvents, or charts new directions in landscape art. Continue Reading…

Run like you’re being chased by zombies

“There will be a few zombies along the path to give chase to participants,” Duran said. Continue Reading…

ASU Faculty Collage Concert is September 29

After the concert, there will be a reception welcoming new and renewing Friends of Music members in the lobby of the Music Building. Continue Reading…

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