At Appalachian

Jasmine Garcia

Scholarship recipient credits App State for teaching flexibility in a year of change
Sep 21, 2021

Senior Spanish Education major Jasmine Garcia is no stranger to change. As a high school student in Roaring River, N.C, she excelled in the sciences a...

campus scene with accolades

App State ranks among ‘Best’ schools in US, Southeast for 2021 and 2022
Sep 21, 2021

U.S. News & World Report, The Princeton Review and Forbes magazine have all confirmed what many Mountaineers hold to be true — Appalachian State...

North Carolina Principal Fellows Program logo

Future education leaders at App State receive boosted support from about $3 million in state grants
Aug 6, 2021

Millions in awarded grant funding will boost the development of and support for North Carolina educators in leadership programs — among them, studen...

The logo of the Alliance for Research on Regional Colleges (ARRC), which is housed in Appalachian State University’s Reich College of Education. Image courtesy of ARRC

Researchers support rural-serving colleges and universities from new center at App State
Aug 4, 2021

A research collaborative and resource hub dedicated to advancing research and providing insight into the role of regional and rural-serving colleges a...

High school students learning Chinese dance movements during a cultural workshop.

STARTALK — an immersion in Chinese language and culture for high school students
Jun 28, 2021

High school students have the opportunity to embark on a virtual journey to Beijing and learn about Chinese language and culture through Appalachian S...

Choir (re)-Imagined: Project Appalachian Youth Chorale

Young voices harmonize amid COVID-19 during grant-supported Appalachian Youth Chorale
Jun 21, 2021

Congratulations to education alumni and students Brandon Winbush ’17, Kaitlyn Moore ’20, Miranda Tedder '21, and Malcolm Vaughn on their collabora...

Lexie All and Hayley Rose

App State one of 17 US schools named a top producer of Fulbright scholars and students for 2020–21
Jun 11, 2021

Congratulations to education alumnae Lexie All and Hayley Rose on their Fulbright awards! Appalachian State University has been recognized as a t...

Students share their COVID-19 experience through a display on Sanford Mall. Small pieces of cloth voice student reflections. Photo Submission, Jesse Barber

“Dear COVID” project helps community voice pandemic thoughts
May 25, 2021

App State students, faculty and community members can anticipate seeing fabric displaying experiences throughout the pandemic on Sanford Mall in the n...

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...

Barbara Howard as mace bearer at the commencement ceremony

App State celebrates more than 3,600 Class of 2021 graduates
May 18, 2021

Appalachian State University’s black and gold pride was on full display during its Spring 2021 Commencement. For the first time since December 2019,...