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Walker Ballard

Alumni Update: Walker Ballard ’19

Walker Ballard, originally from Wilmington, North Carolina, graduated in 2019 with a Bachelor of Music in Music Education and a Bachelor of the Arts i...

Six RCOE Students Participate in 3MT Competition

Six Reich College of Education graduate students - Tamela Queen Carter, Enoch Robbins, Heath Robertson, Timothy P. Scapin, Audra Vaz, and Rebekkah Wat...

Mountaineer Readers Game Day Recognition

Mountaineer Readers Celebrated at Appalachian Football Game on November 14

Mountaineer Readers were recognized for their reading achievements during Appalachian State University’s Education Day football game on Saturday, No...

Events

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RCOE Research Mini-Bonanza is Wednesday, November 11

The Reich College of Education (RCOE) Dean’s Office and the Office of Research are hosting a Research Mini-Bonanza to assist faculty who want to dev...

Leadership in intersecting crises

2020 Doctoral Symposium is Thursday, November 12 and Friday, November 13

The Reich College of Education’s (RCOE) Doctoral Program in Education Leadership will host the 2020 Doctoral Symposium virtually on Thursday, Novemb...

Raul the Third

Virtual Author Visit Thursday, September 17: Raúl the Third

Appalachian State University's Reich College of Education (RCOE) will be hosting celebrated author and illustrator Raúl the Third, Thursday, Septembe...

At Appalachian

Dylan Russell

App State alumnus’s fellowship program puts college grads to work in NC communities

Appalachian State University alumnus Dylan Russell ’14 nurtured his passion for civic engagement during his time as president of App State’s ...

The 2019–20 members of Appalachian State University’s College Advising Corps (CAC) at the annual College Advising Corps Summit, held in Boston in December 2019.

App State college advisers prepare rural Western NC students for college success

RCOE alumni, Yesenia Martinez-Salazar ’19 and Zack Beasley ’19 help regional high school seniors learn how to prepare for and succeed in college ...

Hannah Griffin

App State alumna teaches next generation of students how to learn through inquiry

At Piedmont High School in Monroe, Appalachian State University alumna Hannah Griffin ’15 (née Godwin) makes earth and environmental science a hand...

In the Media

Scott Elliot, Ron Henries, and Brenda Reese

Henries and Reese mark end of School Board service

Henries and Reese are both alumni of Appalachian and have been adjunct instructors for the Reich College of Education. The Watauga County Board o...

Scholars with Diverse Abilities

Students With Cognitive Differences Say COVID-19 Derailed Their Routines

The pandemic has presented huge social and academic challenges for neurodiverse students. María Hofman Hernandez, assistant director of the Scholars ...

From Pivoting to Disrupting the Status Quo

This is Part 2 of an article by Hannah Reeder and Betsy Rosenbalm of Appalachian State University in which they share how they’ve moved from pivotin...