Wearing face coverings and safely distanced during WinterFest, students gathered on App State’s Sanford Mall to snack on free food, sip hot cocoa and participate in a variety of games, as well as karaoke and a scavenger hunt.
Harrison Esterly ’19 said his undergraduate experience at App State prepared him for success in the field of chemistry. Now a research technician at UNC-Chapel Hill, he is continuing a project he began at App State — one that could yield cost savings for storing and transporting life-saving medications.
Recently published research co-authored by three members of the App State Community could yield a more cost-effective storage and delivery method for drugs and vaccines — one that eliminates the need for refrigeration. The new approach would allow life-saving medications to reach those in need sooner.
A longer-than-usual winter break during the pandemic and an outpouring of support from the university and community have spurred Campus Dining to offer free, chef-inspired meals to the Appalachian Community from Dec. 11–Jan. 14, 2021.
App State partnered with AppHealthCare on the High Country “Show Your Love” public health campaign, which encourages residents and visitors to follow the 3Ws: wear a face covering, wait 6 feet apart and wash your hands often or use hand sanitizer.
Appalachian State University has seen a decrease in coronavirus cases despite having in-person classes on campus. Spectrum News interviews first-year students and Student Government Association President Michael Davis.
Exercise? During a pandemic? Appalachian faculty experts and University Recreation staff say yes. In this article, they share how Appalachian Community members can explore the High Country’s many outdoor recreation options to stay healthy and active during COVID-19.
Jessie Butler and Fiona Abrams — both graduate students in Appalachian’s clinical mental health counseling program — are among 41 master’s-level students chosen nationally for the 2020–21 NBCC Minority Fellowship Program for Addictions Counselors. Each will receive $15,000 in funding, along with educational support.