Adams State News - April 2014

ASU faculty awarded tenure, promotions

The Board of Trustees for Adams State University approved the faculty appointments at its April 4 meeting. Continue Reading…

Chris Ransick will join Adams State seniors in public reading

Ransick is the author of five books, including Never Summer, which won a Colorado Book Award for poetry, and A Return To Emptiness, a Colorado Book Award fiction finalist. Continue Reading…

Scholar to speak on the Islamic Threat: Myth or Reality

“We have to [practice religious inclusion] in a multi-ethnic, multi-faith society in a globalized society..." said John Esposito. Continue Reading…

SLV Community Band’s inaugural concert is April 24

The compositions performed will be music that is traditional and delightful. Continue Reading…

Choirs will perform at Sacred Heart Church April 25

The choirs will be performing English and Irish folksongs, early American hymns, settings of texts by American poet, Sara Teasdale, and spirituals. Continue Reading…

Faculty Lecture will address Parkinson’s disease protein

Parkinson’s disease affects over 500,000 people in the United States with 50,000 new cases reported each year. Continue Reading…

ASU's Marquez named to state alcohol & drug educators committee

Among Marquez's responsibilities is oversight of Adams State's Counseling Center, Police Department, and Residence Life. Continue Reading…

Sangre de Cristo National Heritage Area awards grant to Adams's State's C.A.S.A.

"This project will focus on connecting students, faculty, and community members to the rich and often ignored cultural history of the San Luis Valley," said C.A.S.A. director, Oneyda Maestas. Continue Reading…

Spring Percussion Extravaganza is April 23

The concert will feature the Brazilian Samba Band, the Zimbabwe Marimba Band, the Guatemalan Marimba Band, Ghanaian drumming, the Community Steel Band, and some traditional Irish music. Continue Reading…

Adams State runs with sustainability efforts

Adams State University is celebrating Earth Week, but the "Green and White" has been "thinking green" for some time and is engaged in many efforts to reduce the campus' carbon footprint. Continue Reading…

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