Adams State News - May 2015

ASU Police swears in Martinez

“It feels good to serve the community,” Martinez said. Continue Reading…

Presidential Teacher Award continues to recognize outstanding professors

“My classes are frequently full of students who have hated every English class that they have ever taken. I take that as a challenge.” Continue Reading…

Adams State nursing students’ create Annual Symbol

They decided on a tree, because “a tree starts small and with nurturing grows,” said Erika Bluel. Continue Reading…

Adams State Trustees approve budget & tuition increase

The increase translates to $144 more per semester for full-time students. Room rates remain unchanged, and meal plans meal plans will increase an average of 2 percent. Continue Reading…

ASU offering sustainability course for students and community

Dr. Nick Parker, former professor of Texas Tech University, has been at the forefront of the environmental movement for decades. Continue Reading…

Adams State commencement creates connections of inspiration

Dr. David Svaldi presided over his concluding graduation ceremonies as president, with the university awarding 256 bachelor's degrees, 45 associate degrees, and 288 master's degrees. Those graduates, Continue Reading…

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