A centuries-old tree on Appalachian’s campus will flourish well into the future thanks to the preservation efforts of university arborist Chris Erickson and his Physical Plant team during and after campus construction.
As part of the award, D. Jason Miller, associate professor in Appalachian’s Department of Sustainable Technology and the Built Environment, will receive a $12,500 cash prize and a commemorative bronze medallion.
Appalachian juniors Amerity Head and Franklin Bogle, both English majors, were named winner and runner-up, respectively of the competition. Novelist and former Appalachian professor Abigail DeWitt judged this year’s competition.
A school-record and league-leading 14 of App State Athletics' 18 varsity teams with Academic Progress Rate (APR) data recorded perfect single-year scores of 1,000 for the 2017-18 cycle, according to information released Wednesday by the NCAA.
Undergraduates Bryson Honeycutt, Carly Maas and John Stevens IV, along with graduate students Amelia Bruce, Liz Derrick and Tom Hastings, were recognized as the winners of the celebration’s 10th Student Poster Competition.
Appalachian junior Lisa Pham, a public health and nutrition and foods double major, promotes healthy eating and AppEats — a virtual cookbook offering healthy and relatively inexpensive recipes designed for easy preparation in a dorm or small kitchen.
Appalachian alumni Megan Holt-Smith ’15 ’16, John Kennedy ’16 and Emma Labovitz ’18, along with senior psychology major Caroline Webb, will use their Fulbright awards to study, conduct research and teach abroad during the 2019–20 academic year.
Nursing students gain real-world experience through Appalachian–Ashe Memorial Hospital partnership
April 29, 2019
An NCAHEC-funded partnership with Ashe Memorial Hospital is providing Appalachian nursing students with on-site, clinical experience in providing basic health care services to patients from underserved, rural communities.