Adams State News - December 2014

Business School students prepare for finals

Dr. Michael Tomlin, School of Business Chair said above the door, a sign says Student Lounge, but business students don't lounge. Continue Reading…

Pets drain stress

“I wish we could do this every day.” Continue Reading…

Adams State's oldest building gets extreme makeover

Phase I of the building's remodeling project (south and central wings) is essentially complete, and work proceeds on the north wing. Continue Reading…

La Puente honors generosity of Dave & Virginia Svaldi

The event raised a record $76,000 in support of the homeless shelter's programs. Over the last seven years, the opening night benefit performances have raised more than $350,000 for La Puente. Continue Reading…

Adams State Alumnus Bussey will address fall graduates

“I believe the things that bring lasting success and effectiveness to any person or organization are not secrets at all, but rather things we have all heard from a young age..." Continue Reading…

Adams State art education students work with PALS

“The art education students worked together to create the lesson plan and co-teach the class.” Continue Reading…

It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play is a sweet holiday treat

The Adams State University Theatre’s production It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play, directed by Dr. John Taylor, accomplishes the same feeling and adds a little touch of special magic as well. Continue Reading…

Adams State receives grant to improve STEM education in rural schools

The award will provide intensive, research-based professional development in math and science instruction for 173 current K-5 teachers in ten southern Colorado districts. Continue Reading…

El Pomar scholarships advance rural health care

The fund dedicates $45,000 annually to undergraduate students in Adams State's BSN program, while $66,000 is targeted to those pursuing advanced degrees. Continue Reading…

Abeyta will read from his latest book on December 11

“I never write about the idea I start with, I let it take me where it wants to go and then I cut back to truest idea,” Abeyta said. Continue Reading…

Annual Winter Fest Concert is December 7

The choirs will be performing holiday music from across the centuries. Continue Reading…

Percussion Extravaganza is December 10

“This unique work is an aural and visual treat to audience members of all ages,” Doyle said. Continue Reading…

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