- Students serve others during winter break
Winter Alternative Service Experience (ASE) Programs at Appalachian State University allow students to use the long holiday to explore and serve a different community. Programs vary in length and cost, but provide the same components of service, learning and exploration found in Alternative Service Experience programs during fall and spring breaks.
The winter 2014 programs in early January are in La Represa, Dominican Republic, and San Francisco. [ more . . . ]
- Patterson Scholarship makes a difference for 16 students
The Patterson Scholarship turns the dream of going to college into reality for 16 education majors. [ more . . . ]
- The Diversity Lecture Series: Fostering an interconnected world
The 2013-14 Diversity Lecture Series addresses faith and sexual orientation, classism and racism, and includes a lecture by journalist Soledad O'Brien. [ more . . . ]
- Malawi: A transforming experience inspires an ongoing relationship
Students learn and practice community solutions through a special relationship between Appalachian and Malawi. [ more . . . ]
- Illusory Permanence: The Persistence of Nature on display at Looking Glass Gallery
BOONE—“Illusory Permanence: the Persistence of Nature,” an exhibition by Bachelor of Fine Arts candidate Katherine Meeks, will be on display through Dec. 13 in Looking Glass Gallery located in Appalachian State University’s Plemmons Student Union. A reception will be held in the gallery from 4:30-5:30 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 13. In “Illusory Permanence,” Meeks explores the [ more . . . ]
- Clinical trial results support ‘cocktail’ approach to joint pain relief
- McCorkindale elected to Institute for Public Relations board
- Matthews to deliver commencement address Dec. 14 at Appalachian
- Appalachian students participate in the 9th Annual State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium
- 20th annual holiday scholarship concert held Dec. 6
- Global Leadership Award presented to Koehn, Meister and Burns
- Campus emergency siren test conducted Dec. 4
- Gospel Choir performs Dec. 3
- Senior Studio Exhibition presented Dec. 2-13
Personal attention from faculty members is a hallmark of the Appalachian experience. Average class size is 25 students.
Appalachian is one of the most environmentally responsible institutions of higher learning in the United States, according to The Princeton Review.
As Appalachian State University's Turchin Center for the Visual Arts celebrates its 10th anniversary, we also celebrate the value art adds to our lives. This video is one of a three-part series of conversations with contemporary artists produced in 2013. Here, artist Lowell Hayes talks about his art, his creative process and what inspires him to make art.
To celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the opening of Appalachian State University's Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, this video was created in may 2013 to commemorate Bob and Lillian Turchin, who helped the university realize the dream of sharing an active and engaging visual arts center with our students, faculty, staff and community.
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