The carbon emissions data set formally maintained by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center has received new life at Appalachian through a cross-campus collaboration.
Sterling-Hellenbrand, professor of German and global studies in Appalachian’s Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, will serve as the Fulbright Visiting Professor of Cultural Studies at the University of Graz in Austria in spring 2020.
Appalachian has earned the Arbor Day Foundation’s Tree Campus USA distinction for the fourth consecutive year. The university will plant 25 new trees near Walker Hall as part of its continued commitment to preserving trees.
Flores joins Appalachian from the University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez, where he has served as interim director of English since 2017. He will assume his new position as chair of Appalachian’s English department in July.
Research by Appalachian alumnus and professor finds picky eating may extend well beyond childhood
March 20, 2019
The article, co-authored by Appalachian alumnus Jordan Ellis ’15, psychology professor Dr. Amy Galloway and others, is featured in the International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (IJBNPA).
The research of Dr. David Dickinson, professor of economics at Appalachian, along with political scientists Drs. John Holbein and Jerome Schäfer, has found that insufficient sleep predicts lower voter turnout.
Through their continued partnership, Appalachian’s Department of Sustainable Development and Food Services plan to increase the growing capacity of the department’s Teaching and Research Farm, providing more local food for the Appalachian Community.
Appalachian alumnus Bryan Belcher ’97 has been appointed director of the Beaver College of Health Sciences Interprofessional Clinic. The clinic enables students to learn important skills while providing needed services to the community.
The American College Personnel Association and the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators have recognized Ardoin for her scholarship, teaching and service in higher education, and her outstanding commitment to the field of student affairs.
Fifteen Appalachian State University students, alumni and faculty attended the 2018 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting in Washington, D.C., where the students and alumni presented research in a range of earth science topics.