Inclusive Excellence

High Country migrant and refugee populations share ‘Stories of Migration’ — a grant-funded App State project
Apr 19, 2022

Through its grant-funded project “Roots and Routes: Stories of Migration in the High Country,” Appalachian State University is providing an avenue...

Thompson Sisters Ethics Lecture

Annual Thompson Sisters Ethics Lecture Is April 20
Mar 29, 2022

The Reich College of Education (RCOE) presents the annual Thompson Sisters Ethics Lecture, with guest speaker, Dr. Elizabeth Bellows. The focus will b...

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Ninth Annual Selu Lecture is March 14, 2022
Feb 22, 2022

Appalachian State University’s Gadugi Partnership, which is housed in the Reich College of Education, is hosting the ninth annual Selu Lecture March...

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North Carolina Humanities Council Grant Supports Digital Storytelling Community Project to Amplify Immigrant Voices
Feb 8, 2022

Through a grant totaling $19,269 from the North Carolina Humanities Council, Dr. Shanan Fitts and Dr. Greg McClure helped to amplify the immigrant voi...

Eris Jenkins

App State honors champions of inclusive excellence, on campus and in the community
Jan 31, 2022

Congratulations to Eris Jenkins, a second-year graduate student in our student affairs administration program.The awards —&...

LEFT: Allen Bryant; RIGHT: Anya Walsh

App State professor highlights importance of Native American history
Nov 23, 2021

A professor is sharing positive stories about Native American history for students in Appalachia.Allen Bryant, associate professor in the Reich Colleg...

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App State selected to partner with Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools for Equity-Centered Pipeline Initiative
Oct 25, 2021

Appalachian State University has been selected to partner with Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools (WS/FCS) for the Equity-Centered Pipeline Initiati...

Celebrating Sequoyah poster

Three Speakers Featured for Virtual Celebrating Sequoyah Lecture Series
Sep 7, 2021

Appalachian State University’s Gadugi Partnership (housed in the Reich College of Education), Honors College, and Chieftains Museum/Major Ridge Home...

Appalachian State University is among more than 70 higher education institutions across the nation and world that have joined the Universities Studying Slavery (USS) consortium to foster greater diversity and inclusion within their campus and local communities. Dr. Louis B. Gallien Jr., professor in the university’s Department of Leadership and Educational Studies and Honors College, will serve as project coordinator. Photo by Marie Freeman

App State joins Universities Studying Slavery consortium, continues its work to foster diversity and inclusion
May 25, 2021

Appalachian State University is among more than 70 higher education institutions across the nation and world that have joined the Universities Studyin...

Selu Lecture poster

Eighth Annual Selu Lecture is March 24, 2021
Mar 11, 2021

Appalachian State University’s Gadugi Partnership (housed in the Reich College of Education), Honors College, and Chieftains Museum/Major Ridge Home...