College Athletics’ War on Women Coaches By Pat Griffin Right before the holidays, Shannon Miller, the women’s ice hockey coach at University of Minnesota Duluth, got some disturbing news: Despite the fact that she is a medal-winning Olympic coach, a five-time NCAA national championship-winning coach and one of the most successful female coaches in college […]
Posts from ‘February, 2015’
Arnold Salazar, chair of the Board of Trustees for Adams State University, recently announced the campus visit/interview schedule for the three finalists for the position of ASU President. The visits includes times for all campus constituents – faculty, classified staff, exempt staff, administration, students – to meet the candidates. The Presidential Search Timeline web page […]
The ASU Cabinet and other managers will be reaching out to faculty and staff for input and suggestions on ASU’s Institutional Strategic Plan for 2015-2020. Cabinet will continue to develop both new strategies and on-going strategies. Last year’s Roundtable input will be used as a source for some strategies and tactics.
Deadlines for 2015 FY Procurement The Office of Purchasing has announced deadlines for procurement through the remainder of this fiscal year. Questions should be directed to that office, ext. 7526. State Fiscal Rules require goods to be received and invoiced on or before June 30, 2015 for a purchase to be paid from this fiscal […]
Monday, March 2 2 p.m. – McD 387 An Introduction to Rubric Norming Dr. Beez Schell This webinar recording includes information on the benefits of scoring rubrics and methods to establish valid and reliable rubrics that can be used to assess student learning. Techniques for facilitating rubric norming workshops will also be presented. Tuesday, March […]
Nursing Dept. welcomes new cohort Dr. Shawn Elliott, director of the Nursing Department, announced 36 students entered the program this semester. Students perform with Altitude Percussion ASU percussion students Logan Hjelmstad, Andrew Naughton, Jon Colson, Tai Smith, and Kevin Johnson were selected to perform with “Altitude Percussion,” a […]
Professional Activities Lisa Clements, financial aid generalist at the One Stop Student Services Center, was recently promoted to admin. asst. II. “Transformation,” a photography installation by Margaret Doell, asst. VP for Academic Affairs and chair of the Art Dept., and Cheryl Ravens, program coordinator for Counselor Education, will be shown at the Rio Grande County […]
Every Tuesday from 5-6PM we will be playing Racquetball in the Rex Center.
Join the Nielsen Library and Adams State Adventure Program (ASAP) for an exciting spring lecture series! Learn about our endlessly fascinating world. This series offers something for everyone: from fishing and hiking, to bat management and unidentified flying objects. Our diverse group of guest speakers include Adams State students and staff, the United States Forest […]
The men’s basketball team closed out their regular season home games over the weekend against Regis and Metro. On Friday night, the Grizzlies began by honoring Regis’ coach Lonnie Porter, a former Adams State basketball player and member of the Hall of Fame. ASU went on to secure an 85-52 victory. Saturday’s contest proved to […]