As you approach the entrance of Lexington Health Care Center on Cornelia Street, you will be greeted with the sight of bright flowers and comfortable benches that would make you want to sit down and chat for a while with residents of the nursing home. This welcoming environment is thanks to the center’s administrator, Appalachian State University alumna Heather McGroarty ‘18.
Redmond, associate professor of media studies in Appalachian’s Department of Curriculum and Instruction, was recognized for volunteering a substantial amount of time in service of a specific NAMLE project.
The annual Appalachian Energy Summit brings together the region’s energy, sustainability and academic communities for plenary sessions, working groups, a Student Summit, meetings and tours of App State’s energy initiatives. Here’s a preview.
Graduating senior Annie Klyce — who was once afraid to take most science courses — plans to teach geoscience, with a goal of communicating complex scientific concepts more clearly to help those who may struggle with science.
Thanks to a team from Appalachian State University, visitors at Moses H. Cone Memorial Park, located off the Blue Ridge Parkway, will have the opportunity to learn more about the history of the park’s Flat Top Manor.
Using the Boone Creek watershed that runs through Appalachian State University’s campus as a laboratory, an interdisciplinary research team at Appalachian has been studying impacts from stormwater runoff and how to manage that runoff.
Howell, senior lecturer and chemistry lab coordinator at Appalachian, is one of 12 educators nationally to be recognized by the Sun Belt Conference for having a positive impact on the lives of students and student-athletes.
Bayley Plummer wasn’t meant to sit behind a desk all day, so when the App State basketball star enrolled in Boone she quickly changed her major from accounting, her mother’s profession, to criminal justice, her grandfather’s passion.