During the kick-off talk in Appalachian State University’s fall 2018 Sustainable Energy Speaker Series: Alumni Edition, Bill Pfleger said the U.S. electricity system, which has served the nation for more than 100 years, “is standing on the brink of disruption” — and that’s a potentially good thing.
In his fall 2018 Sustainable Energy Speaker Series talk at Appalachian, Pfleger, solutions architect manager for Schneider Electric, said the U.S. electricity system is on the brink of a disruption — a potentially good thing.
Local Cidery Entrepreneurs Turn Apple Season into Tasty High Country Libations
All About Women
Nov. 16, 2018
A graduate of Appalachian State University’s growing fermentation science degree program, Nathan, a first-generation German-American, found a whole new route for his brewing creativity with the ciders he creates.
Given a second chance, Ashley Carlton ’12 graduated with honors from Appalachian’s classroom-based distance learning elementary education program and is now an award-winning fifth-grade science teacher.
The winning sport coat designed by Appalachian alumni Bradley Rhyne ’07 and Filipe Ho ’07, college roommates and co-founders of Charlotte-based menswear line OLE MASON JAR, features “trim lines and an emphasis on tradition.”
Appalachian’s College of Arts and Sciences has named alumna Carmen Leigh Scoggins ’94 ’98, adjunct instructor of Spanish and foreign language methodology, the winner of its 2017–18 Outstanding Alumni Award.
Allie Link, a senior communication, public relations major and one of five members of the Link family, credits her father, Appalachian alumnus Jeff Link ’90, for instilling her family with a love of Appalachian.
Winston-Salem native Tim Nestor retires from 22-year ACC basketball officiating career
Oct. 13, 2018
What started as a way for Tim Nestor to make some extra cash while he was a student, active in intramural sports at Appalachian State, turned into a 30-year career — most of which has run congruently with another career.