Appalachian alumna Glenn Ramey ’19 worked as a student part time for three years at the university’s Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts. She now applies her experience and education to her position at the Explore Asheville Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Appalachian State University’s Army ROTC culminated its 50th anniversary celebrations with a weekend of events that included participation in the university’s Heroes Day during the last home football game of the regular season.
A month after graduating from Appalachian, Andrés Rosa ’19 joined the Peace Corps in Peru, where he is using his B.A. in psychology degree and dance minor to help young people overcome challenges and build self-esteem.
Dr. Tempestt Adams in Appalachian’s career and technical education (CTE) program uses research-based techniques to develop high school instructors for classes that could directly impact their students’ college and career choices.