Chrissy McKinney in McDaniel 242 took first place for her door: Joy Love Peace Chimney
Honorable Mentions: Amy Kucera, RH PR; Rosa Chavez, Extended Studies; and Katelyn Smith, Athletics
For photos visit https://www.adams.edu/news/doors-open-creative-outlet/.
All entries included:
Kristina Cook, Nursing
Emily Osburn, RH PR and Marketing
Linda Relyea, RH PR and Marketing
Cheryl Schroeder, McDaniel 290
Larissa Pettigrew, RH 814
Amanda Langdon, Nielsen Library 225
Cheryl Ruybal, RH Extended Studies
Kristin Young Jaramillo, RH 3-300
Karie Young, RH Admissions
Extended Studies Reception Desk
Enrollment Management, RH 2-700
Toni Leach, Nielsen Library Second Floor
Valerie Garcia, Extended Studies
Admission and Finance, RH Third Floor
Interested in growing your network of contacts, applying what you’re learning, and gaining new skills while helping to meet community needs?
Consider the following new internship and/or service-learning opportunities:
SLV Habitat for Humanity – Internship position. Hands-on experience running a mission-based, non-profit business.
Rio Grande, Conejos River and Saguache Creek Stream Management Plan – Internship and/or service learning. Data compilation and interpretation, marketing, place-based knowledge acquisition, practice in project management.
For more information about local and regional employment, internship and service opportunities, check out the Jobs & Internships Board outside the Office of Civic Engagement and Career Services in Nielsen Library, Room 133. Stop by for a visit, contact us at (719) 587-8105/ (719)587-8300, or email email@example.com if you would like more information. We would be pleased to connect you with these fine community organizations!
We’ll explore the working intersection between humans, land, culture, and sustainability through the literature of writers from diverse backgrounds as well our own notes from the fields and landscapes of southern Colorado and northern New Mexico. Reads will include creative non fiction (Refuge by Terry Tempest Williams, The Last Ranch Sam Bingham, The Worst Hard Time by Timothy Egan), fiction (House Made of Dawn by M. Scott Momaday and The Book of Joan by Lidia Yuknavitch), and selected poems by Rudolfo Anaya and Aaron Abeyta, and others. More information? Michelle Le Blanc, firstname.lastname@example.org or 719-587-7386.
Before you finish up finals and head home for the holidays, please don’t forget to submit your work study time sheet for any and all hours you have worked through December. In the event you have problems or questions, feel free to call or visit One Stop or the financial aid office and we will help you along the way.
The Grizzly Activity Board (GAB) is hiring for a Coordinator of Programming-Homecoming and Small Events. This position starts in January. The person hired in this position will be able to work up to 8 hours per week at $11.10 per hour. If you are interested in the position and want to learn more, please reach out to Justin Stoeckle email@example.com or Ryan Jewe firstname.lastname@example.org. The job description can be found here: docs.google.com/document/d/1CcLchaiUZ3oR8qdx-aLhfpWyGi23bZU4g0pMoGjyGTM/edit?usp=sharing
FREE Breakfast Tuesday Night!!!
Need a study break? Stop by the La Mesa Dining Hall on
Tuesday, December 11th starting at 9:00 p.m. for a FREE LATE NIGHT
BREAKFAST! Breakfast will include biscuits & gravy, pancakes,
eggs, sausage, and hash browns. There will be cold weather door
prizes, including beanie hats, blankets and hoodies.
This breakfast is FREE to all students – you DO NOT need a meal
plan to participate. Pass the word and bring your friends!!
The breakfast will be served by ASU Athletic Coaches and Staff.
Are you looking to earn online credits for Spring? Women’s Studies is offering four classes this Spring:
Women and the American Experience
Women and Activism
Contemporary Issues in Ecofeminism
Women and Poverty
Contact Nancy Provolt with any questions at email@example.com.
Finish strong at the Writing Studio.
Monday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Tuesday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Wednesday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Thursday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Make an appointment to secure your time with a trained tutor – firstname.lastname@example.org
Rental books must be returned to the bookstore by Friday, December 14th.
You will be charged for any books that are not returned!
For questions, or to check if you rented this semester, please call or stop by the bookstore.
The bookstore is having another 3 day sale December 11- 13
Stop in and get 25% select clothing, hats, and drink-ware or check out www.bkstr.com/adamsstatestore for more exclusive offers!
Contact store for details; 719-587-7912
Group Swim Lessons, taught by Adams State’s swim team members will be offered in January! Please go to skihiaquatics.com to register. 8 sessions – $ 40.00 Click on the “Lessons” tab and scroll down to register!