Title V News

Adams State sees growth in retention, student credit load

The university also set another record in graduate student enrollment: 969, a three percent increase from last year. Continue Reading…

Summer Academy motivates students to pursue careers in STEM

“Best year out of three years I have been with STEM;” “No complaints;” “Genetics is super cool;” and “Thanks for opening so many doors for us.” Continue Reading…

Hilos Culturales will award lifetime achievement awards at Fandango

This year’s recipients are David Luis Guerrero of Pueblo, Colo. and Jesús “Chuy” Martínez of Albuquerque, NM, represent a combined century of musical experience... Continue Reading…

Hilos Culturales announces evening Fandango and award recipients

The Fandango engages the entire family in “La Marcha de los Novios” – Wedding March, Valses – waltzes, polcas – polkas and “Baile de la Escoba” – the Broom Dance. Continue Reading…

Hilos Culturales faculty prepare for Institute

Lillian Gomez, Adams State Title V director, said when faculty and staff understand the family and culture of students it helps them connect at a deeper and more meaningful level. Continue Reading…

La Musica de la Gente II Concert is April 10

McCulloch, a native New Mexican born in Gallup of mixed heritage, including Irish and Hispanic roots. Continue Reading…

Award-winning documentary, COINTELPRO 101, will be shown at Adams State

A panel discussion and question and answer session will follow, panelists include Dr. Priscilla Falcón, Ricardo Romero and Francisco “Kiko” Martínez. 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…

Northwestern University professor to speak on extra terrestrial intelligence

Her evening talk is called, “The Search for Extra Terrestrial Intelligence.” Continue Reading…

Free “Lifeways of the San Luis Valley” lectures scheduled for spring 2014

The Adams State University Title V Hilos Culturales lecture series, “Lifeways of the San Luis Valley,” has scheduled a variety of free lectures, and a return of the concert, Musica de la Gente. Continue Reading…

STEM Saturdays continue at Adams State

These free interactive sessions are open to the public and will stimulate the imagination and curiosity of students. Continue Reading…

Adams State receives Department of Defense Grant for robot lab

“Robots capture the imagination of the public and students of all ages..." Continue Reading…

Robert Moses visits campus during MLK Week

Founder of the Algebra Project and nationally recognized civil rights activist Robert Parris Moses believes all students have the constitutional right to quality education. Continue Reading…

Abeyta to present “Lifeways of the San Luis Valley” final lecture

Abeyta’s work deals with issues concerning his hometown, Antonito, such as family, ranching, folklore, and the oral traditions common to that area. Continue Reading…

NASA Astronaut will visit Adams State

His presentation, “An Astronaut's Journey to the Stars” begins at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 23, in Adams State University Carson Auditorium. Continue Reading…

"Lifeways of the San Luis Valley" lecture series continues in October and November

The Adams State Title V Hilos Culturales lecture series, "Lifeways of the San Luis Valley," begins at 7 p.m. Tuesdays in McDaniel Hall room 201. The events are free and open to the public. Continue Reading…

Free concert features Frank McCulloch

Frank McCulloch y Sus Amigos (Frank McCulloch and Friends) have played together since 1999. Continue Reading…

Lifeways lecture series continues through September

Peña continues to work on his family's historic acequia farm in San Acacio, Colo. Continue Reading…

Enrollment remains strong at Adams State University

A new record in graduate student enrollment offset a slight drop in undergraduates at Adams State University, for total enrollment this fall of 3,703. Continue Reading…

STEM Saturdays start September 14

These free interactive sessions are open to the public and will stimulate the imagination and curiosity of students. Continue Reading…

San Luis Valley’s rich culture is shared through free lecture series

“We want to share Hilos with our students and community, Griego said. Continue Reading…

“Bless Me Ultima” Project connected campus and community

“The movie hit home,” said Donna Griego. “The theme captured our culture and moved the audience members.” Continue Reading…

CIELO champions inclusivity

Adams State's first Title V grant for Hispanic Serving Institutions, awarded in 2000, helped create the faculty development and mentoring program, CELT (Center for Excellence in Learning & Teaching.) Continue Reading…

ASU STEM turns kids on to science

STEM Activity Director and Outreach Coordinator, Cindy Bervig, organizes planetarium visits by school groups and community members. "We've had everyone from Head Start kids to senior citizens from The Continue Reading…

STEM Center opens doors

The STEM Center provides a place for students to receive tutoring in specified STEM courses, as well as a general workspace. Continue Reading…

Students receive head-start with Fast Track

“The challenges we faced on the weekends taught us about ourselves. We overcame our fears and succeeded, which will be the same with our college goals,” Dominguez added. Continue Reading…

High School students exposed to college STEM courses

"The academy expanded on what we cover in regular high school courses." Continue Reading…

Staff and faculty offered opportunity to participate in Hilos Summer Institute

The Title V Grant will select twenty faculty and staff to attend the Hilos Summer Institute. Continue Reading…

ASC celebrates opening of Student Success Center

Adams State College cut the ribbon today on its new Student Success Center, constructed in the Nielsen Library through a $3.18 million Title V grant to strengthen Hispanic Serving Institutions. Continue Reading…