Jordan Greene, a former marketing analyst from Boone, returned to college to pursue a mathematics degree. While at Appalachian, he has earned a North Carolina Space Grant Scholarship to study scientific data.
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.
The Rhododendron Society’s newest members — Appalachian alumni Dorothy “Dot” Case ’69, Chris Moody ’99 and Angela Quick ’91 — were inducted Friday, June 14, during a brunch held at Hound Ears Club in Boone.
Appalachian’s Aeron McConnell, of Asheville, earned the Walter C. Connolly Endowed Award for Physics and the George Dewey Bingham D.D.S. Endowed Award for Math at the end of his first year at Appalachian.
NC Space Grant is pleased to announce the award recipients of the 2019-20 Undergraduate Research Scholarships and Graduate Research Fellowships. Appalachian State University undergraduates Jordan Greene and Nathaniel Scott are among the award recipients.
Appalachian juniors Amerity Head and Franklin Bogle, both English majors, were named winner and runner-up, respectively of the competition. Novelist and former Appalachian professor Abigail DeWitt judged this year’s competition.
Alumna and author Dr. Meredith McCarroll shares her interdisciplinary Appalachian Experience — on the page and the stage
March 29, 2019
McCarroll, director of writing and rhetoric at Bowdoin College and author of “Appalachian Reckoning,” said the balance between dance and English kept her “healthy and happy” while learning to be an educator at Appalachian.
Over the next four years, ECR Software Corporation (ECRS) will award $176,000 in total scholarship support to eight undergraduate and two graduate students in Appalachian’s Department of Computer Science.
Ross, a senior sustainable development major, traveled to Madagascar’s Anjanaharibe-Sud Special Reserve in November 2018, where he installed cameras as part of his independent study of the rainforest’s small carnivore inhabitants.
Seniors Nolan McDaniel, Holly Parsons and Gretchen Synk — all of whom are officers in the Gamma Nu Chapter of Tau Sigma at Appalachian — will use their scholarship funding for graduate school, study abroad and more.
First-year students Bailey Gardin, Hudson Miller, Cece Ramseur and Ashelyn Stevens are the recipients of Appalachian’s Dr. Willie C. Fleming Scholarship, which covers the students’ full in-state tuition and fees.