Adams State News - February 2016

ASU Summer STEM Academy Open House is February 27

The event will be a great opportunity for parents and students to see first-hand what the Summer STEM Academy has to offer, ask questions, and meet Title V STEM staff. Continue Reading…

Intimate Strangers artist lecture is February 18

Watson, a mixed-media artist and educator, combines interests in the figure, found objects, and text as visual material. Continue Reading…

Adams State is ranked among Top 15 Accredited Online Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Degree Programs

The ranking was published on the organization's website in November 2015. The Adams State University Counselor Education Department was ranked second. Continue Reading…

Still time to register for ASU STEM Saturdays

Although the Adams State University STEM Saturdays continue to fill up, there are still spaces available in three of the workshops. Continue Reading…

Adams State will host free presentations for English teachers

The conference will include a keynote address, Leadership, by former US Congressman John Salazar. Continue Reading…

Adams State graduate gives back as head of Migrant Education program

"I am only successful if I can make a difference for others. I experienced obstacles myself as a migrant student, and now I can create better opportunities and improve the systems." Continue Reading…

Return of the Corn Mothers featured in the ASU Hatfield Gallery

The Return of the Corn Mothers is a traveling photographic/oral history exhibition of women from the Southwest who embody the spirit of community. Continue Reading…

El Pomar remains committed to supporting nursing students and professionals

Dr. Shawn Elliott, director of the Nursing Program, appreciates the support. “This scholarship is a vital resource.” Continue Reading…

Black Lives Matter Panel Discussion is February 17

“My mission is to raise the political and social consciousness regarding human rights as well as civil rights violations of Black people,” Nealy said. Continue Reading…

ASU Faculty Lecture will cover the significance of flag design

Eriksen said good flag design must effectively represent an entire nation or region to the rest of the world and flags are living designs that come alive when hoisted and blown by the wind. Continue Reading…

ASU alumna receives Outstanding Young Music Educator Award

“To have other music educators nominate me was a true honor..." Continue Reading…

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