The campus community is invited to a panel discussion titled “Being an Engaged Campus: Opportunities for Teaching, Learning, Research, and Service,” hosted by Faculty and Academic Development and the Office of Academic Civic Engagement in furtherance of Appalachian State University’s Carnegie Elective Classification as a Community Engaged Campus.
A series of events with the common theme of reproductive justice will be presented in March and April as part of Women’s History Month at Appalachian State University. The programs are sponsored by the university’s Gender, Women’s and Sexuality Studies Program.
University Police at Appalachian State University invite students, faculty and staff to meet officers and discuss community issues, build relationships and drink a free cup of coffee during Coffee with a Cop.
Cellist Gee and pianist Mackey began performing as a duo in 2004. They have performed in venues in Florida, New York, West Virginia, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Europe and Africa.
Appalachian State University’s Department of Theatre and Dance presents the costume drama “The Countess.” Dr. Paulette Marty, a theatre faculty professor who specializes in theatre history, dramatic literature, dramaturgy, and cross-disciplinary topics, directs the production.