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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,...

Andrew Koricich

App State higher education professor helps create, co-directs Alliance for Research on Regional Colleges
Apr 9, 2021

Exploring and explaining rural-serving higher education institutions and the roles they play regionally across the U.S. is the focus of the Allia...

National Board for Professional Teaching Standards

Reich College of Education makes five-peat in National Board rankings
Apr 6, 2021

App State’s Reich College of Education ranked first in the nation to produce National Board Certified teachers for the fifth consecutive year.Melba ...

Several of Appalachian State University’s online bachelor’s and master’s degree programs — offered through App State Online — have been recognized among the best in the nation for 2021, according to U.S. News & World Report.

US News & World Report names App State Online programs among nation’s best for 2021
Mar 12, 2021

National publication U.S. News & World Report has named Appalachian State University to its “Best Online Bachelor’s Programs” and “Best On...

Amy Odom and Crystal Weisner

App State honors 4 staff members for excellence
Feb 18, 2021

Congratulations to Amy Odom, who is currently enrolled in the master's in higher education program, and Crystal Weisner, who is currently en...

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Burnout Prevention series aids aspiring and current teachers with pandemic fatigue
Feb 18, 2021

Students and professors are facing more stress than ever before as they balance classes with their social life, Zoom fatigue and endless to-do lists d...

Middle Fork Students

App State alumni donate 2,000-plus face coverings to Academy at Middle Fork
Feb 18, 2021

On Nov. 16, in-person instruction resumed as part of a hybrid model at Appalachian State University Academy at Middle Fork in Walkertown. A ...

Transfer Hall

Reimagined App State residence hall to offer community for transfer students
Feb 18, 2021

Beginning this fall, students who are transferring into Appalachian State University will have the opportunity to live in the university’s first res...