The Adams State Student Nurses’ Association (ASSNA) will be hosting a blood drive in coordination with Vitalant (formerly known as Bonfils Blood Center) on Thursday, January 30th from 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm in the Student Union Building.
Individuals who are in good health and meet the general eligibility criteria can donate (even if you were deferred in the past, you may be able to donate now). Basic requirements for blood donation include being at least 18 years old, weighing at least 110 pounds, and having a valid form of identification (driver’s license, work badge, school ID, etc.). If you recently got a new tattoo or piercing, you can still donate if the tattoo was applied in a state-regulated shop and the piercing was performed using single-use equipment.
If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please contact Lilliana Chavez at email@example.com (preferred contact) or (719) 298-1309. Please remember to eat a well-balanced meal within 2 hours of donation and be well hydrated. Walk-ins are welcome and highly encouraged!
The El Pomar Internship is a unique summer program that introduces continuing undergraduate students to the nonprofit sector and provides an opportunity to develop professional interests and skills.
*Interns work with and are mentored by leaders in philanthropy.
*Interns participate in a weekly professional development series providing insight into and practice in a professional atmosphere.
*Past courses include investments, grant making, networking, public speaking and career planning.
* Learn concepts through hands-on practice and receive the support and guidance to develop professionally.
*Applicants should demonstrate strong professional skills, skills in verbal and written communication, organization and time management skills, and a willingness to learn.
To learn more, visit our website or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply by February 10, please visit elpomar.applicantpro.com/jobs
Or contact the Adams State University Office of Civic Engagement at 587-8105.
Hispanic Access Foundation’s MANO Project is offering enriching internship experiences nationwide for Latinx college students and upcoming professionals who are passionate about public land conservation and natural resources. Positions range from Archeological Intern, Habitat Restoration Fellow, Communications Fellow, and many others. The duration of the internships vary from 11 – 12 weeks in the summer up to 6 months – 1 year.
For more information about these positions, contact the Adams State University Civic Engagement office at 587-8105.
We’re currently accepting applications for our 2020 internships with the following federal agencies:
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: Directorate Resource Assistant Fellows (DFP): Deadline
U.S Fish and Wildlife Service: Other regions – Accepting applications on an ongoing basis
National Park Service: Latino Heritage Internship Program (LHIP): Deadline
National Park Service: Conservation and Outdoor Recreation Program (COR): Accepting applications on an ongoing basis
Bureau of Land Management: new positions coming in 2020
US Forest Service: new positions coming in 2020
Bureau of Reclamation – Engineering focused: new positions in 2020
Applications can be submitted through website: My Access to a Network of Opportunities (MANO) Project.
Hispanic Access Foundation
1030 15th St. NW Suite B/1 #150 | Washington, DC 20005
Cell: (509) 305-0059
Pronouns: they/them & she/her
We feel confident at the beginning, visions of great academic success dancing through our heads. Then, the first assignment comes back graded, and we didn’t do well. Avoid that disappointment and work with the tutors at the Writing Studio so you become a better writer for the semester and for your life. The Writing Studio. McD 220. Mon. – Thurs: 9 am – 4 pm, Fri: 9 am – noon, and new evening hours in the library Wednesday evenings from four until six.
Greetings and welcome back from Computing Services! Now that the semester has begun and we are past our maintenance freeze, Computing Services will be performing several critical maintenance tasks that are required for our various systems. See below for details:
***Maintenance Activities for Thursday, 1/23/20***
Beginning at 9:30 PM and lasting until roughly 11:00 PM, Computing Services will be installing security updates on several systems. During this time, the campus file server (X: and S:) will be inaccessible for roughly one hour.
Computing Services thanks you for your patience and understanding as we perform these critical maintenance activities. As always, if you have any questions, please call the ASU Computing Services Helpdesk at 7741 or contact us via email at email@example.com.
Have a great day,
The deadline to pay in full or enroll in a payment plan for Spring 2020 is Wed Jan 29th. Please log into your student account at adams.edu/ebill to make payment. Can’t pay in full? Adams State offers three convenient payment plans, visit adams.edu/ebill to enroll. Avoid late fees enroll in a payment plan today!
Have questions or concerns? Are you using Veteran benefits, a Resident Assistant or a third party entity is paying all or part of your charges please visit the One Stop, contact Student Business Services at 719-587-7728, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: If you are expecting Financial Aid to cover charges, be sure to check the status at adams.edu/onestop. For questions regarding financial aid, contact financial aid at the One Stop Student Service Center, by phone at 719-587-7306 or by email: email@example.com.
The ASU Newman club will host Mass on campus January 29th at 5:30pm @ the CoRE center. All are welcome to attend! For more information or if you have any questions please email ASU Newman @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Say “hi” to Jonah popping the popcorn on Monday 1/27 @ Noon in front of Counselor Ed in McDaniel Hall!
Got seeds? Want seeds? Join us on Saturday, January 25th from 2p-4p for our annual Community Seed Exchange in Nielsen Library! For more information, visit: facebook.com/NielsenLibrary/photos/a.10150542376536814/10157003922281814/
For students unable to visit the Writing Studio during daytime hours, a tutor will now be available Wednesday evenings, beginning January 29. The tutor will be at a table near the GTLC on the second floor of Nielsen Library from 4-6 p.m.
We also have a bilingual tutor (English/Spanish) available in the Writing Studio from 9 a.m. to noon on Wednesdays.
Writing Studio Hours – Spring 2020 – McD 220
Mon-Thurs: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Wed.: 4-6 p.m. — second floor of library
Fri.: 9 a.m. -noon
Drop-in tutoring sessions are available at both locations, but appointments are always recommended by emailing: email@example.com.
United States Navy officer recruiters will be at Adams State University on January 23, 2020 with an information table in the Student Union Building from 9am-2pm. They are looking for men and women who are interested in the following programs:
*STEM – Nuclear Power programs. Applicants interested in Navy nuclear power can apply 32 months from graduation, and can receive $4100 a month while you continue your education at your present school and working on your present degree plan.
*Civil Engineering/Architect students- Civil Engineer Corps program. Applicants interested in Civil Engineering and architecture can apply 18 months from graduation, and can receive up to $3500 a month while you continue at your present school and working on your present degree plan.
*General Degrees- Pilots, Naval Flight Officers, Supply Corps, Intelligence, Special Warfare, and Surface
*Warfare programs. Applicants can apply for up to five of these programs 15 months from graduation.
*Medical/Dental – Under graduate degrees with the intent to apply for medical/dental school. Can receive full Scholarship to Medical/Dental School, and a monthly stipend of approximately $2,300, and $20,000 bonus.
*Nursing – Nursing students that are 24 months from graduation. A $34,000 total incentive while attending school ($10,000 signing bonus plus $1,000 a month (max of 24 months.))
*Medical Service Corps- Freshman and sophomore applicants with interest in health care administration, Optometry, environmental health, Industrial Hygiene, and pharmacy can apply. Will receive full military medical/dental benefits, monthly pay of approximately $4,100 until graduation.
*Reserve programs- Interested applicants can apply up to 15 months from graduation for Intelligence programs, supply Corps, Civil Engineering Corps, and various medical programs/ specialties.
Colorado Field Institute Hosts Winter lecture on the
Geologic History of San Luis Valley: From Deep Time to Present
by Bob Kirkham
The Colorado Field institute invites the public to a lecture by Bob Kirkham, local geologist, to be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, January 22nd, 2019 in Room 130 of Porter Hall, on the Adams State University Campus, 208 Edgemont, Alamosa, Colorado.
Bob will synthesize the amazing and complex story of the geologic history of the San Luis Valley in a lecture intended to be understandable by the general public, students of geology, and professional geologists. The lecture is based upon a chapter in a forthcoming book titled “The San Luis Valley: Its Geology, Ecology, and Human History”.
The San Luis Valley lies within the active Rio Grande Rift, and the San Juan Mountains are the eroded remnant of a huge, volcanic field that extended across much of the Southern Rocky Mountains from about 35 to 23 million years ago. What about earlier in the Earth’s history?
From about 500 to 310 million years ago, much of the San Luis Valley was episodically submerged beneath a sea filled with abundant marine organisms like crinoids, trilobites, and brachiopods. Approximately 315 to 290 million years ago, an element of the Ancestral Rocky Mountains called the Uncompahgre-San Luis Uplift rose up where today’s valley is.
Later, about 100 to 75 million years ago, the Western Interior Seaway spread across the region during the Late Cretaceous. Organic-rich, marine sediments deposited by this sea today are major sources of oil and gas elsewhere. Does this mean San Luis Valley has untapped potential as a petroleum- producing area, or did another ancient mountain uplift remove those rocks.
How do geologists know the ancient mountains existed or that the oceans once covered the area? These questions, and many others, will be addressed during the lecture.
Bob Kirkham is a registered and certified professional geologist who has lived in San Luis Valley with his wife Lois for nearly four decades. He is the author of over 120 published geologic maps, reports, journal articles, books, and abstracts. Bob worked for the Colorado Geological Survey and Colorado Mined Land Reclamation Division for 22 years, and has been the principal of GeoLogical Solutions for the past 16 years. He recently was one of only 60 geologists from around the world who were invited to attend and lecture at a geology conference on the shore of the Dead Sea in Israel.
The Colorado Field Institute is a nonprofit corporation organized in 2005 to promote greater stewardship of the natural and cultural resources within the San Luis Valley. For more information on this event, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The ASU Office of Financial Aid and One Stop Student Services invite you to join us for a Scholarship Application Workshop on the evening of January 23rd, 2020 from 4 to 7 in the SUB Solarium!
Your financial aid staff will be on-hand to assist and navigate the Scholarship Universe!
Computers and laptops will be available and everyone is welcome to join in the fun as we will have an ice cream social open to all student-applicants
We hope to see you there!
Scholarship Hint #4: Get electronic copies or PDF versions of unofficial transcripts, as many applications require they be attached. Don’t have an unofficial transcript? Take a screen shot of your most recent grades from your Grizzlies student account and paste into a word processing document and upload it into your scholarship application when prompted!
The Adams Atoms Chemistry Club is selling Krispy Kreme Doughnuts to attend their National American Chemical Society conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. A dozen is $15.00. If you would like to purchase doughnuts please contact email@example.com by Thursday, January 23rd, 2020. Thank you for your support!
The 2019 1098T is now available via the student portal. The form is located under the student records link.
Call 719-587-7760 if you need assistance.
If you have a minute please fill out this quick survey about the Grizzly Roast. Your feedback and ideas are important to the Grizzly Roast, and we want you to hear what you have to say.
My name is Schuyler Adkins and I am a graduate student in Kinesiology here at Adams State. I am currently in search of volunteers for a 10 week study. Volunteers for the study need to not have been exercising for at least the past six months to be selected. This study will look at the effects of exercise versus electrical stimulation on abdominal muscle strength and endurance, abdominal muscle activity, abdominal region fat thickness, and abdominal muscle thickness.
If you are interested, know someone who is, or have questions about the study please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.