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The James Center for Student Success and Advising, named for Steve and Judy James, is located on the first floor of the Reich College of Education. Photo by Chase Reynolds

Reich College of Education’s James Center for Student Success and Advising Rededicated on November 16

Invited guests gathered in the Reich College of Education (RCOE) Rotunda on Friday, November 16, 2018 for an event honoring donors Steve and Judy Jame...

Katie Howard

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

Katie Howard ‘11 ‘15 ‘18, originally from Lexington, North Carolina, has been inducted into the Cratis D. Williams Society of Outstanding Gradua...

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

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

Events

Decorated Graduation Caps

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

Reich College of Education welcomes graduates, familiesandguests for Fall 2018 Commencement:Date:  Saturday, December 15, 2018Time: 2:0...

First Steps to Teaching: 2018 Information Sessions

First Steps to Teaching: 2018-19 Information Sessions

Congratulations on declaring your major in teacher education! We are so excited to have you joining this important and inspiring profession. The ...

Media Literacy Week is November 5-9

Media Literacy Week is November 5-9

Since 1993, Appalachian State University's Reich College of Education (RCOE) has sustained a record of early implementation of media literacy practice...

At Appalachian

Podcast with the Provost

Podcast with the Provost: Diversity and inclusiveness on Appalachian's campus

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

Teachers and Chancellor with the Check

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

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

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

Department of Mathematical Sciences Faculty Members Receive North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics 2018 Innovator AwardDr. Debbie Crocker a...

Academy at Middle Fork

Mountaineer Readers Celebrated at Appalachian Football Game on September 29. Photo by Heather Brandon

Mountaineer Readers Celebrated at Appalachian Football Game on September 29

Mountaineer Readers were recognized for their reading achievements during Appalachian State University’s Education Day football game on Saturday, Se...

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Appalachian’s Chancellor Everts engages with students, shares books at Middle Fork Academy

Appalachian State University Chancellor Sheri Everts engaged with the university’s youngest students to date when she visited the Appalachian State ...

At the Appalachian State University Academy at Middle Fork, Appalachian Chancellor Sheri Everts prepares to read a story with students in the third grade classroom of teacher Heather Wham. Students photographed are: Clarise Serrano-Hernandez and Yarel Candela-Lucero. Photo by Marie Freeman

ASU starts Middle Fork lab school in Winston-Salem

Appalachian State University is in its fourth week of school at a state-mandated laboratory school it launched in Winston-Salem this year.The Academy ...

In the Media

Counseling Today December 2018 cover

Geri Miller, Glenda S. Johnson and Clinical Mental Health Counseling Students Publish Article in Counseling Today

Drs. Geri Miller (HPC) and Glenda S. Johnson (HPC) have published a “Knowledge Share” article titled “The use of evidence-based practices with o...

Can Innovative Rural Schools Stem the Urban Bleed?

Can Innovative Rural Schools Stem the Urban Bleed?

Dr. Andrew Koricich (LES) featured in Chapter 1: Rural America is BleedingChapter 1: Rural America Is BleedingIn the 16 years between 1994 and 2010,&n...

National Board for Professional Teaching Standards

National Board Welcomes New Members of Board of Directors

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