Ross, a senior sustainable development major, traveled to Madagascar’s Anjanaharibe-Sud Special Reserve in November 2018, where he installed cameras as part of his independent study of the rainforest’s small carnivore inhabitants.
Reciprocal Exchange Award recipients Drs. Jesse Lutabingwa, Brian MacHarg, Suzi Mills and Chishimba Nathan Mowa will travel to sub-Saharan African countries this spring to implement four separate projects alongside Mandela Washington Fellowship alumni.
During fall 2018, students and faculty in the Building Science Architectural Design Studio III at Appalachian worked with the LIFE Village board to design living spaces that meet the needs of adults with autism.
Ron Stallworth, an African American police officer from Colorado Springs, CO, successfully manages to infiltrate the local Ku Klux Klan branch with the help of a Jewish surrogate who eventually becomes its leader. Based on actual events.
As new electric vehicles (EV) enter the market and strong sales growth continues nationwide, Duke Energy has deployed electric vehicle infrastructure programs to help meet the needs of this growing market. In this presentation, learn about Duke Energy’s programs, the economic and environmental benefits of transportation electrification, and where the EV market is going.
Presented by Gender, Women's and Sexuality Studies in conjunction with the 2019 Common Reading program, AFTER EQUALITY is a panel presentation with speakers discussing the LGBTQ+ movement in 2019, specifically here in the High Country. The panel includes members with ties to the LGBTQ+ movement in the community.
Founded in 1969 by Arthur Mitchell and Karel Shook, Dance Theatre of Harlem is a globally-acclaimed dance institution that has occupied a distinguished place in the New York City’s cultural landscape and brings innovative and bold new forms of artistic expression to audiences across the country and around the world. The 16-member professional dance ensemble has performed in 41 countries on six continents, in 44 states and more than 250 cities across North America.
Sure to surprise even the most seasoned theatergoers, “Eurydice” brings a new, refreshing aspect to an ancient, magnificent Greek myth. Two-time Pulitzer Prize finalist Sarah Ruhl revisits this well-known legend of Orpheus and Eurydice. “Eurydice” skillfully tells the story of a young woman who is caught between memory and reality, romance and family, the world of life and the world of death.