Dr. Baker Perry, National Geographic Explorer and professor in App State’s Department of Geography and Planning, led a successful return expedition to Mount Everest, coordinating the maintenance of weather stations at the top of the world.
Daniel Gajda ’20 has turned his passion into a career, working as a professional freelance photographer after earning his B.S. in commercial photography from App State. He was able to put his skills to practice in summer 2021, photographing Tokyo’s Sport Climbing Olympics.
Air Force veteran, App State staff member and Boone native Mike Waters continued the university's longstanding practice of placing a commemorative wreath at the campus Veterans Memorial, which honors members of the App State community who died while in military service.
Dr. Virginia Corrigan appointed as director of new 4-year program
Jan. 21, 2022
App State’s new Bachelor of Science in veterinary technology will prepare students for meaningful employment in the growing veterinary medical profession and lead to career advancement opportunities for those already working in the field.
Join the Mathematics and Science Education Center this summer as they explore how to teach about climate change using picture books and exploratory learning. Partnering with faculty across campus to explore key issues such as flooding, bee habitats, and preserving plants, teachers will explore how to teach their fourth through sixth graders about the complexities of climate change and how it impacts their lives and communities.
Presented by Appalachian State University’s Office of Arts & Cultural Programs, this annual celebration of the performing and visual arts is held every July in venues across the university campus, and features an eclectic, diverse mix of music, dance, theatre, visual arts and film programming.
Summertime in Boone is filled with wildflowers, mountain breezes and cool evenings. Join us on campus as we enjoy the beauty of the High Country to celebrate Appalachian State University scholarships, the Black and Gold Society induction ceremony, the Alumni Awards Gala and the Jazz Brunch.
Each year the Appalachian Alumni Association recognizes a few individuals who have made a lasting impact on society and on Appalachian State University through outstanding professional, philanthropic or volunteer accomplishments. Selected through a highly competitive process, each recipient will be celebrated at the Alumni Awards Gala.
Enjoy the beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains by attending the 97th GCEA Conference on the campus of Appalachian State University. The Thomas W. Reese Graphic Communications Management Program is the host for this year’s Graphic Communications Education Association Summer Conference. If you have a passion for graphic communications education in any capacity this conference is for you!
Are you interested in engaging a member of Appalachian's faculty or staff for a news media interview or a speaking engagement? Find speakers bureau members’ biographies, list of topics they can discuss, links to their research and more.