Diversity and Inclusiveness at Adams State University

We all should know that diversity makes for a rich tapestry, and we must understand that all the threads of the tapestry are equal in value no matter what their color.
-Maya Angelou

Gender-Neutral Bathroom Signs Focus on What's Inside — The Toilet

A new pilot program will be utilizing free gender neutral bathroom signs generously donated in collaboration with GLAAD. "The restroom is a touchy subject. No one really wants to say ‘toilet’ (or loo, or commode). You just want to know where to go when you gotta go. And we get that. All-gender restroom signs alleviate the confusion. We’re highlighting what’s behind the stall with a handy, familiar graphic."  The icon is from The Good Men Project and Sam Killermann at It's Pronounced Metrosexual. His site offers resources to "advance social equity…that help people to be better people." http://www.mydoorsign.com/all-gender-restroom-signs

Diversity at Adams State

Crowther will present annual lecture recognizing MLK Jr.

In honor of Martin Luther King Jr., Adams State University Professor of History Dr. Ed Crowther will present “Fifty Years Since King” beginning at 12 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 17, in Porter Hall 130.

Taylor Trujillo to give message on behalf of ASU Class of 2017

She and her younger sister, Lauren Trujillo, will both receive a bachelor of arts in theatre and are graduating summa cum laude - with highest honors. They are also both first generation college stude

Adams State students attend HACU Conference

“The conference educates our students to become leaders and provides them opportunities to network with professionals from around the world.”

Percussion Academy open to grades 9 through 12

Students will be taught a variety of styles including steel pans, African hand drumming, Brazilian Samba, drum set, drum line, concert percussion, Central America and Zimbabwean marimba.

Cancer and exercise study seeking volunteers

The study is part of Danielle Smith’s master’s thesis. “We are looking to recruit 40 cancer survivor volunteers.”