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Katie Howard

Katie Howard ‘11 ‘15 ‘18 Inducted into the Cratis D. Williams Society of Outstanding Graduates
Dec 11, 2018

Katie Howard ‘11 ‘15 ‘18, originally from Lexington, North Carolina, has been inducted into the...

Can Innovative Rural Schools Stem the Urban Bleed?

Can Innovative Rural Schools Stem the Urban Bleed?
Dec 6, 2018

Dr. Andrew Koricich (LES) featured in Chapter 1: Rural America is Bleeding

National Board for Professional Teaching Standards

National Board Welcomes New Members of Board of Directors
Dec 6, 2018

National Board welcomes new directors from North Carolina, Alabama, Michigan, the NEA Executive Committee, Past President of the National School Boards Association and NEA Foundation...

Podcast with the Provost

Podcast with the Provost: Diversity and inclusiveness on Appalachian's campus
Dec 4, 2018

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Podcast with the Provost are regular conversations with Provost Darrell Kruger about topics of interest on the campus of Appalachian State...

Teachers and Chancellor with the Check

Educators Show Appreciation for Extra Yard Gift Connected to App State Football, University
Dec 4, 2018

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The connection between Appalachian State Athletics, its record-setting FBS football program, the Sun Belt Conference and the College Football...

Appalachian State University’s Reich College of Education and Watauga County Schools Receive $10,000 Gift from the Sun Belt Conference. Photo by Marie Freeman

Appalachian State University’s Reich College of Education and Watauga County Schools Receive $10,000 Gift from the Sun Belt Conference
Dec 3, 2018

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Appalachian State University’s Reich College of Education (RCOE) and Watauga County Schools (WCS) received a $10,000 gift from the Sun Belt...

Chris Moody '99 Named Executive Director of American College Personnel Association
Jennifer Lowe

Alumni Update: Jennifer Lowe ‘92
Nov 29, 2018

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Jennifer Lowe (neé Godwin), originally from Mount Airy, North Carolina, graduated in 1992 with a B.S. in English. She completed her M.A. in...

Decorated Graduation Caps

Reich College of Education's Commencement Fall 2018 Ceremony is Saturday, December 15
Nov 27, 2018

Events

Reich College of Education welcomes graduates, familiesandguests for Fall 2018 Commencement:

Date:  Saturday, December 15, 2018
Time...

On a frightfully damp and chilly Saturday late in October, costumed creatures gathered on the fog-shrouded campus of Appalachian State University for the 8th annual Spooky Duke Race and Costume Contest.

Spooky Duke 2018: Thank You Participants and Sponsors
Nov 27, 2018

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On a frightfully damp and chilly Saturday late in October, costumed creatures gathered on the fog-shrouded campus of Appalachian State University...

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Department of Mathematical Sciences Faculty Members Receive North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics 2018 Innovator Award
Nov 27, 2018

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Department of Mathematical Sciences Faculty Members Receive North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics 2018 Innovator Award

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College of education participates in fourth-annual Media Literacy Week
Nov 26, 2018

In the Media

App State’s Reich College of Education continued its legacy for early implementation of media literacy practices in its Teacher Education program...

ROBERT C. REED/HICKORY DAILY RECORD: Ashley Bandy, 2011 valedictorian at Newton Conover High School, is now a mathematics teacher at her hometown high school as she holds her teacher identification card.

What would bring you back to Hickory?: We asked some of the best and brightest recent graduates to talk about where they are compared to where they grew up
Nov 26, 2018

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The Hickory area has more jobs than qualified workers.

There were 4,393 job openings in the county but only 2,797 unemployed people as of...