Appalachian alumnae preserve history through National Park Service internships
June 13, 2018
Appalachian alumnae Cala Castleberry and Hayley Wynn put the hands-on training and education they received in Appalachian’s Anthropology (BS) – Archaeology degree program to use during back-to-back National Park Service internships.
The 2018 RCOE awards — which recognize Outstanding Teaching, Mentoring, Service and more — were conferred on six faculty and staff members, along with the college’s Lucy Brock Child Development Laboratory School.
The National Science Foundation S-STEM scholarship program at Appalachian provides support for students pursing degrees in STEM fields, including chemistry, computer science, geological and environmental sciences, mathematical sciences and physics and astronomy.
Over the last few decades, the United States’ relationship with Iraq has been tense, to say the least. But 6,000 miles away in Boone, N.C., bridges of understanding are being built in the world of academics.
As part of her SECU Public Service Fellow Internship, Staci Hunter ’18 — a recent graduate of Appalachian’s criminal justice program — interned at the Wilkes County Sheriff’s Office during spring 2018.
More than 60 years after it went bankrupt, sold off its campus near Asheville and formally dissolved, Black Mountain College exerts an enduring influence on art and education in the U.S. and abroad. Appalachian State University is celebrating that legacy this spring with a series of events and programs centering on Black Mountain’s history and some of the people who taught, studied and made art there.
Appalachian State University’s Jenna Willis is one of 33 master’s-level addictions counseling students selected to participate in the NBCC Foundation’s Minority Fellowship Program for Addictions Counselors.
The Caldwell County Board of Education has unanimously selected Dr. Donald W. Phipps as the next superintendent for Caldwell County Schools. Dr. Phipps will take office on July 1 of this year. Phipps earned a master’s degree in school psychology and a doctorate in educational leadership from Appalachian State University.
Brig. Gen. John R. Evans Jr.’s last day at the helm of U.S. Army Special Operations Aviation Command was Thursday. A Greensboro-native who attended Appalachian State University, Evans said Fort Bragg has been special to him since he attended ROTC summer camps here while in college.