Adams State News - March 2015

Boomer welcomes future Grizzlies

“We want to reach out and make an extra effort to let our local students know we are excited to have them attend Adams State.” Continue Reading…

Further Adventures, a book reading by two authors is April 7

Pritchett is an American author and conservationist whose work is rooted in the American West, particularly the mountains of Colorado. Guerrero-Murphy has been a professor at ASU for 20 years. Continue Reading…

The ASU Cloyde Snook Gallery features prints by Smelser

When asked about her work, Smelser often says it is about an abstract sensibility. Continue Reading…

Next Faculty Lecture is April 1

Nigel Westlake’s percussion quartet The Invisible Men is an important contribution to the percussion repertoire, providing challenges to performers both musically and technologically. Continue Reading…

Adams State will celebrate Cesar Chavez Week 2015

The Noche de Familia Horno Cookout Fundraiser will be held from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. Wednesday, April 1, in the ASU CASA Center, 101 Faculty Drive. Continue Reading…

Adams State University’s Mary Hoffman Receives Prestigious William Funk Award for Building Stronger Communities

Hoffman said she shares the award with her colleague Karl Jolliff, ASU Community Partnerships business support director. Continue Reading…

Eighth Annual ASU Student Scholar Days begins April 2

This event will showcase the exceptional caliber of work done by undergraduates in various academic departments. Continue Reading…

Adams State ACE Conference open to public

The on-going challenges and obstacles to full inclusion will also be discussed, including sexism, racism and cisgenderism in athletics. Continue Reading…

Singletary and Simpson join the ASU Trustees

"Both are dedicated to preserving and improving access to higher education in Southern Colorado and have already provided many hours of service during the search for my successor." Continue Reading…

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