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ACES DC Trip

ACES Students Make Thinking Visible with Trip to Washington, D.C. Apr 15, 2019

On Thursday, March 28, 40 members of the Appalachian Community of Education Scholars (ACES) program awoke bright and early to board an App State bus bound for Washington, D.C.

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Scholarship Luncheon Program

2019 Scholarship Luncheon Held Friday, April 5 Apr 8, 2019

The Reich College of Education Scholarship Luncheon was held on Friday, April 5, 2019 at Appalachian's Holmes Convocation Center.

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Cassondra MacLeod

Alumni Update: Cassondra Macleod ‘13 Apr 4, 2019

Cassondra Macleod, originally from Huntersville, North Carolina, graduated in 2013 with a B.S. in family and consumer sciences and a B.S. in apparel design and merchandising.

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Megan Kasper and Rebekah Saylors to Present at the NACADA Region 3 Conference Apr 26, 2018

Megan Kasper, Assistant Director for Student Involvement & Success in Reich College of Education’s (RCOE) James Center for Student Succe

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Sara Vess

Sara Vess Named Appalachian State University 2017-2018 Student Employee of the Year Apr 18, 2018

Sara Vess, a sophomore elementary education major originally from Indian Land, South Carolina, has been named the Appalachian State University... Features

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Celebrate Earth Month at the RCOE Apr 9, 2018

The Reich College of Education (RCOE) will celebrate Earth Month with two events:

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The Edvocate Rankings: Child Development Program Ranked 2nd Apr 4, 2018

The Edvocate has released their 2019 rankings of the Best... Features

William & Mary 17th Annual Graduate Research Symposium

Graduate Student, Travis Woodruff, Named Winner of the Visiting Scholar Award for Excellence in the Humanities & Social Sciences at the William & Mary 17th Annual Graduate Research Symposium Mar 30, 2018

Travis Woodruff, a graduate student studying clinical mental health counseling with an addiction concentration at Appalachian State University... Features

Kate Frye graduated from Appalachian State University’s Reich College of Education with a bachelor’s degree in Family and Consumer Sciences, secondary education (FCS Ed).

Alumni Update: Kate Frye ‘14, Teaching Life Skills Mar 30, 2018

Kate Frye graduated from Appalachian State University’s Reich College of Education with a bachelor’s degree in Family and Consumer Sci

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Students and Faculty from Appalachian’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program Attend North Carolina Counseling Association’s Annual Conference Mar 21, 2018

Students and faculty from Appalachian State University’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CHMC) program attended the North Carolina Counse

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