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App Builds A Home and Habitat for Humanity logos

App State engages with local community to build Habitat for Humanity home Jun 3, 2019

Megan Laws and Dorothy Williams are both education majors. 

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Promotions, tenure and emeriti status granted to 64 Appalachian faculty

Promotions, tenure and emeriti status granted to 10 RCOE Appalachian faculty May 31, 2019

Emeriti status was conferred on 10 individuals by the Appalachian State University Board of Trustees at its meeting on March 29.

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RISE Fellows program aims to give leadership opportunities to underrepresented students in Reich College of Education Apr 30, 2019

The James Center for Student Success and Advising in Reich College of Education will add a new fellowship program in fall of 2019 for underrepresented students.

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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

Appalachian State University announces 2018 Chancellor’s Scholars Jun 13, 2018

Ten incoming first-year students at Appalachian State University have been awarded the prestigious Chancellor's Scholarship, which covers full... At Appalachian

Appalachian’s Reich College of Education names 2018 awards recipients Jun 5, 2018

Six faculty and staff members of Appalachian State University's Reich College of Education (RCOE), along with the college's Lucy Brock Child... At Appalachian

Appalachian State University announces 2018 Wilson Scholars Jun 5, 2018

Six students have been named Wilson Scholars at Appalachian State University.

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The inaugural Wilson Scholars, as new students, atop Table Rock in the Pisgah National Forest. The steep hike, according to Sarah Aldridge, second from left, became a metaphor for overcoming obstacles on the path to academic success. Photo submitted

Four years of transformative change May 16, 2018

Appalachian State University chose its inaugural Wilson Scholars in 2014 for their ex

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Nathan Weigl speaks at commencement for the Reich College of Education. Graduating with a dual Doctorate of Education/Master of Business Administration degree, he encouraged his fellow graduates, “Expect that you will find yourself in a position to make a lasting and meaningful difference in the lives of others.” Photo by Chase Reynolds

Over 3,500 students receive degrees at Appalachian during commencement ceremonies, May 11-12 May 15, 2018

Six commencement ceremonies were held at Appalachian State University over two days, Friday, May 11, and Saturday, May 12.

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Jenna D. Willis, a graduate student in Appalachian State University’s clinical mental health counseling program from Hatteras. Willis is the recipient of an NBCC Foundation grant to participate in the foundation’s Minority Fellowship Program. Photo submitted.

Appalachian’s Jenna Willis awarded NBCC Foundation fellowship May 14, 2018

The NBCC Foundation, an affiliate of the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC), recently selected Jenna D.

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