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Dr. Leonardo Flores

Dr. Leonardo Flores named chair of Appalachian’s Department of English Apr 16, 2019

The English department houses our English education program.

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team first

Appalachian’s Walk to Defeat ALS nearly doubles fundraising goal Apr 9, 2019

The Reich College of Education Team First raised $1,460.

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Melissa Weddell

New RMPE chair hopes to further outreach efforts Apr 2, 2019

The RMPE department houses our health & physical education program.

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Founders Day

Appalachian’s Founders Day 2018 Sep 10, 2018

Some people sat in wooden chairs, others perched on hay bales; baskets were filled to the brim with apples for the taking; attendees congregated... At Appalachian

Jeff Goodman works with a group of students in the Reich College of Education. Photo by Marie Freeman

Cross-college collaboration supports graduate certificate in middle and secondary teaching Aug 30, 2018

For the past two years, the College of Arts and Sciences has been partnering with the Reich College of Education at Appalachian State University... At Appalachian

Members of the 2018–19 Inclusive Excellence Team at Appalachian include, from left, Dr. Sushmita Chatterjee, Dr. Brandy Byson, Dr. Elizabeth Bellows and Dr. Jamie Anderson Parson. Not pictured are Dr. Greg McClure and Cara Hagan. Photo by Chase Reynolds

Appalachian’s Inclusive Excellence Team offers faculty professional development Aug 29, 2018

As Appalachian State University seeks to strengthen its culture of diversity and inclusion, a professional development initiative for faculty is... At Appalachian

Five of the 21 TEA Fellows in Appalachian's 2017 Teaching Excellence and Achievement program. Pictured, from left, are Sophea Sar of Cambodia, Kamonrat Chimphali of Thailand, Victoria Ayanlowo of Nigeria, Alex Quarshie of Ghana and Raphael Adeyemi of Nigeria. Photo by Marie Freeman

US Department of State supports a world of teachers at Appalachian Aug 20, 2018

The Teaching Excellence and Achievement program (TEA) at Appalachian State University, now in its eighth year, brings teachers from around the... At Appalachian

Les Miller, student employment coordinator in the Career Development Center at Appalachian, left, presents Appalachian junior Sara Jayne Vess with a plaque as part of her Student Employee of the Year Award. Vess, of Indian Land, South Carolina, is a junior elementary education major at Appalachian and works as a student employee in the Career Development Center. In addition to the pictured plaque, her award also came with a $1,000 scholarship. Photo by Jeremiah Bradshaw

10 Appalachian students honored for academic, service and leadership excellence Aug 1, 2018

Ten Appalachian State University students were recognized for their significant contributions to campus in the areas of academic, service and... At Appalachian

“Digital Book” by Flickr user Owni

Don’t just Google it — ask your Appalachian librarian Jul 26, 2018

In the current digital age — a time when computer technology quickly and widely disseminates information — when, according to Google,

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Adam Moore’18 History, social studies education, Department of History. Photo by Marie Freeman

College of Arts and Sciences names Outstanding Student Teacher of the Year for 2017-18 Jun 27, 2018

Appalachian State University’s College of Arts and Sciences has named Adam Moore the Outstanding Student Teacher of the Year for the 2017-18

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Graduate students Jessica Crandell ’16, left, and Danielle Joyce observe the horses at Lazy Acres Farm during the Equine Assisted Learning and Psychotherapy course. The seeing student practices describing the horses’ actions to the blindfolded student using plain language. Through this trust-building exercise, students learned how to describe behavior without interpretation. Photo by Rebekah Saylors

Equine assisted therapy course at Appalachian prepares future counselors through a ‘multisensory approach to learning’ Jun 27, 2018

For the second consecutive summer, graduate students in Appalachian State University’s helping professions programs learned therapeutic tech

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This photo displays the sign that greeted faculty, staff, students and visitors to Appalachian State University’s campus in 1968. The sign, which was erected in 1967, was located at the main entrance of campus, off Blowing Rock Road (U.S. 321).

Celebrating 50 years — Appalachian’s growth in university status and its Class of 1968 Jun 19, 2018

In 1968, Appalachian State University officially evolved from a teachers college into a multidisciplinary state university with three... At Appalachian