Adams State News - January 2017

Adams State's SLV Cultural Commissions to be premiered at CMEA convention

Internationally renowned composer Dr. Jack Stamp will conduct the Adams State Winds & Percussion Ensemble when it performs his piece San Luis Snapshots at the Colo. Music Educators Assoc. convention. Continue Reading…

Dr. Penny Sanders named Adams State Asst. VP

An associate professor of counselor education at Adams State since 2013, Sanders will head the university's new Office for Graduate Studies. Continue Reading…

“Convergence” opening reception is January 23

“I was impressed with their artwork and their energy. Convergence is a great show and several of the artists will be present at the opening reception.” Continue Reading…

ASU Human Performance Lab can help with 2017 fitness goals

Lifestyle modifications are not easy on your own, graduate students can give the personal drive you need. Continue Reading…

ASU strengthens community, provides free tax filing services for hard-working SLV families

Beginning January 28, IRS-certified Adams State students will prepare and e-file tax returns free of charge for individuals with household incomes of less than about $54,000 a year. Continue Reading…

The District History Fair is January 28

The students will compete in five categories: media, performance, papers, webpages, and projects. Continue Reading…

Adams State welcomes new trustees

"These individuals each have influential careers and bring valuable leadership experience in education, community service, and local and state government to our Board." Continue Reading…

ASU will participate in Ghostlight Project

“January 19th is a moment of gathering within a larger resistance to intolerance at all levels. We aim to create brave spaces that will serve as lights in the coming years..." Continue Reading…

Adams State will celebrate Martin Luther King

Williams is an education activist and noted scholar about the Civil Rights and Black Power movements. Continue Reading…

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