Adams State News - August 2015

Adams State Psych Dept. participates in international collaborative study

Students and faculty in Adams State University's Psychology Department, along with 261 co-authors, had their findings on the reproducibility of psychological science published in the journal Science. Continue Reading…

Test your fitness level at the ASU Human Performance Lab

Dr. Tracey Robinson, professor of HPPE, and graduate assistants Dustin Oranchuk and Alexandra Cooper will conduct the tests from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. every Thursday. Continue Reading…

ASU Police seek hit and run vehicle

Paul Grohowski, ASU Chief of Police, said the vehicle is believed to be a sunburst orange colored Chevy Cobalt or Pontiac G5. Continue Reading…

The Business School BFF introduces new students to program

"It was just awesome," remarked BFF Coordinator and business professor Dr. Pat Robbins. Continue Reading…

Community welcome to Ribbon Cutting for Richardson Hall

The ribbon cutting event begins at 4 p.m., Tuesday, September 8, in front of Richardson Hall's east entrance. Continue Reading…

BOUNCE to open in the Cloyde Snook Gallery

“BOUNCE” opens August 31 and continues through September 24. Continue Reading…

The Adams State Last Lecture is September 9

“People don't seem to think so anymore, but I believe that integrity still matters. Whether people are guided by religion or humanism, integrity is a goal worth pursuing..." Continue Reading…

First responders to stage mock incident drill at ASU Aug. 12

The Adams State University campus will be the site of a mock incident drill Wednesday morning, August 12, from approximately 7 to 9 a.m. Continue Reading…

Alamosa Tip A Cop event supported Special Olympics

"That puts us in 5th place among the 35 Chilis that held fundraisers on the same date," he said. The overall event took in $86,925.64 for Special Olympics Colorado. Continue Reading…

The Adams State fall semester is fast-approaching

Adams State welcomes adults and transfer students, who bring a wealth of new experiences and diverse backgrounds to the campus. Continue Reading…

Reflections

I am proud of my work here at Adams. This is where I belonged. Working with students who were a lot like me as a first generation college student was very rewarding. Continue Reading…

Adams State & Boettcher Teacher Residency Program launch new master's degree

The Adaptive Leadership Master's Degree program will develop teacher leaders by improving instructional practices, coaching skills, and mentoring abilities. Continue Reading…

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