Bryce Helms, a senior criminal justice major, is the first cadet from the APDP to be hired by the Appalachian Police Department. She began her new role as a full-time police officer with the department in January.
Campbell credits Appalachian’s music industry studies program for his ability to handle a plethora of tasks — from running sound at sporting events to recording concerts — as an audiovisual technician at Campbell University.
Bailey, city manager of Salisbury, recently traveled to Tanzania to work with district governments on a range of issues. His international involvement represents Appalachian’s emphasis on global learning.
The junior criminal justice-international studies major is a member of the first class of Appalachian’s two-year Police Officer Development Program, which was created to equip Appalachian students with the knowledge, skills and training to become law enforcement officers.
Each year, Appalachian’s Top of the Rock recipient is recognized for his or her outstanding achievements and contributions to the success of others. Rachel Gallardo, the 2018 recipient, is more than deserving of the honor.
Artese, from São Paulo, Brazil, is a member of the NouN Improv Comedy Troupe and Appalachian Student Ambassadors, as well as International Appalachian (INTAPP) and the Student Orientation Undergraduate Leader (SOUL) program.