Adams State News - February 2014

LGBTQ panel to share perspectives

From gay marriage to civil rights, there can be no doubt that change is occurring. Continue Reading…

STEM Saturdays offers robot workshop for girls

“George Sellman is great with the young students. He makes it easy to understand and simple to follow the instructions to make a robot move.” Continue Reading…

Special Olympics Basketball Showcase hosted by Adams State

This showcase allows Special Olympians to demonstrate their skills and understanding of the game of basketball in a competitive setting in front of family, friends, and the entire valley community. Continue Reading…

El Pomar offers scholarship for graduate nursing students

Colorado's El Pomar Foundation invites applications for its nurse practitioner scholarship, which is valued at up to $15,000 a year. Continue Reading…

ASU welcomes community to "Tunnel of Oppression"

The objective is to empower participants as advocates for social justice. Continue Reading…

Wind Ensemble Concert is Thursday

The songs and sketches assembled in this suite reflect Ives's lifelong love of familiar tunes and home grown music making. Continue Reading…

Sociology student chosen to present her research at Ivy Plus Symposium

She knew she could “go to any college” in the nation. She chose Adams State University. Continue Reading…

Yale psychologist discusses childhood trauma

Olezeski will describe the types of trauma - physical, sexual, emotional - and review the basic trends in child maltreatment. Continue Reading…

Carpio named director of Adams State’s HEAL Program

“This is an exceptional program. If higher ed professionals are interested in moving their careers forward...they should call me, because HEAL would be a great place to start.” Continue Reading…

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