Adams State News - June 2018

dr. rick bakder with arms outstretched lecturing in classroom

English, Spanish or French – language inspired Baker

“Knowledge is power and I wanted to pass along that power to other people through teaching.” Continue Reading…

Annika Cortright and john willis stand outside the gate of the white house in washington dc

Adams State alumnus encourages love of history

“The way Dr. Crowther interacted with the class and used humor to teach was inspiring to me. I decided to focus on becoming a high school social studies teacher and coach.” Continue Reading…

cammie newmyer

Adams State alumna receives Einstein Fellowship

“When I received the email for the in-person interview, held in Washington, DC, I acted like a child at Christmas..." Continue Reading…

earth science alumni plant tree in memory of adam williams

Still in the heart of friends

“He was simply one of the best. Even in the worse-case scenario he could find a positive twist and make you feel better.” Continue Reading…

Adams State awarded Community Partner Program grant to improve student success

The grant will fund programs designed to increase college attendance and success for low-income and minority students. Continue Reading…

Matt Preis, Ben Koser, and Eric Koser; front row, Morgan Brooks and Emily Dauk

Designing a successful launch device lands Adams State graduate student in Houston

“My students and I had the opportunity to participate in NASA's Microgravity University for Educators at Johnson Space Center.” Continue Reading…

Adams State Adventure Camp gets kids outside

Valley youth are exploring the great outdoors this month in the Adams State Adventure Camp, funded through a grant to the City of Alamosa from the Great Outdoors Colorado Inspire Initiative. Continue Reading…

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