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The Adams State University Chamber and Concert Choirs will be performing on Friday, April 21 at 7:00pm in Richardson Hall Auditorium. The performance will include works by Eric Whitacre, a Morten Lauridsen setting of James Agee’s poem, “Sure On This Shining Night,” the Cuban folk song, “Son de Camaguey,” arranged by Stephen Hatfield, and Kirk Mechem’s, “Time,” featuring Adams State Assistant Professor of Voice, Dr. Matthew Valverde.
A special addition to the evening will be the performance of “Unicornis Captivatur” by Norwegian composer, Ola Gjeilo. The text comes from a series of medieval chants completed around 1400 at the Engelberg monastery in Switzerland. These texts are an allegorical telling of the Easter story through the use of animal symbolism and will include a multi-media presentation of medieval bestiary iconography.
The concert is $5 for adults, $1 for students, and free to AS&F and Friends of Music. For more information, please call (719) 587-7621.
Dr. Cindy Bruyere, Project Scientist for National Center for Atmospheric Research’s (NCAR) Capacity Center for Climate & Weather Extremes, and Leslie Glustrom, University of Colorado Biochemistry Professor will speak regarding climate change from 1:30 p.m.-3p.m. in Carson Auditorium in the Student Union Building in Alamosa, Colorado on April 29th
Cindy Bruyère leads the NCAR-based systems development effort for the Engineering for Climate Extremes. She plays a key role in the development of the Global Risk and Resilience Toolbox. Cindy has a Master’s of Science degree in Dynamical Modeling and a PhD in Environmental Management.
Mark your calendars for one or many of the awesome events we have planned for Wellness Week 4/22-4/28! Visit the following links for the schedule:
Last day to sign up! The trip is completely free!
Lis Tomlin and Aaron Miltenberger will lead the promised second session regarding lgbtq+ identity and specifically the topic of inclusive restrooms in this interactive and engaging lunchtime session, 12:10 through 12:50, in La Mesa Cafeteria/Banquet Room. Open to all campus community.
Interested in a fun, engaging General Education Science Course (Chemistry 103) this summer? Learn the basics of chemistry through the study of introductory drug chemistry, arson investigation, chemistry of explosions, and poisons in lecture and through hands-on group labs in footwear impressions, urine and blood analysis, analysis of drugs, blood alcohol content and fire. Sound interesting? Introduction to Forensic Chemistry (Chem 103) will be offered in Maymester. Email me if you have questions! email@example.com
The Adams State University Veterans Center is once again looking for two work study positions for the Fall 2017 semester! These positions entail, but not limited to answering phones, drafting letters to incarcerated Veterans, filing, and assisting in certifying Veterans. Applicants must be hard working, have good time management, and proficient writing skills. Those interested can e-mail their cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, May 2nd, and we will set up interviews before finals week!
Join us tonight (4/20/17) at 6:30pm in Coronado Lobby for Tater-tot Casserole and a discussion on hearing God’s voice. Everyone welcome!
Registration for the Summer and Fall Semesters are open! Just as a reminder, if you would like to use your benefits, please send me an e-mail, with your 900 number requesting certification. As a reminder, you MUST request certification in order for me to activate your benefits. If you have already requested certification, and would like confirmation, please contact us. If you have any further questions please e-mail me at either email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Adams State University Creative Writing Majors will be reading from their Capstone Projects on 4/20/17 at 7:00 p.m. in the Experimental Theatre, located within the Theatre Building. Light refreshments will be served.
ASU Football is hosting our Friday Night Tykes Youth Camp starting tomorrow Friday April 21st, 2017
When: April 21st, April 28th, & May 5th, 2017 – All Fridays
Time: 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM on Rex Field – If bad Weather we will move inside to the Bubble.
Price: $30 Per session per kid ($20 Per kid if multiple kids) – $75 if your child comes to all three sessions.
13 Reasons Why…Conversation & Support
Everyone is talking about this dramatic and in-your-face series that includes themes of suicide, sexual violence, bullying, and depression. Join us for free food and conversation about this emotionally charged show and how to handle the thoughts and emotions it brings up in a healthy way. Please join us at 6PM on May 1st in the the Xperimental Theatre. Sponsored by the ASU Counseling Center, the ASU Theater department, and SWAG/PHITE club. Counselors will be present and available at the discussion.
On Friday, April 21st at noon in MCD 381, Jess Gagliardi will be giving a presentation titled “Transition in the East Wing: Michelle to Melania”. Don’t miss out on this thought-provoking lecture and free pizza as always! See you there!
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****Open to all students, staff & faculty!!
Date: Friday, April 21st
Location: Nielsen Library 3rd floor (Cooper & Colorado rooms)
Available time-slots: 1:00pm-4:00pm
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The summer semester is nearly upon us! If you are planning to attend classes during the summer semester and need financial aid, please submit your application as soon as possible. Select the link below and choose either the online link or the printable PDF.
Summer aid determination is made on a first come-first serve basis. Application review and aid determination will begin after registration and enrollment can be verified for the semester, so please submit your information as soon as possible.
Welcome to the Grizzly Daze 2017 Preview!
The Grizzly Activity Board has a week of fun planned for the entire campus:
Monday: Come out and get your photo taken at our very own Photo Booth in the SUB solarium starting at 11am !
Tuesday: Prepare to have your MIND BLOWN and come watch Fabian: The magician, Conjuror, and Wonder-er at 7pm in the Carson Auditorium (College Audience Encouraged)
Wednesday: Grizz Got Talent, a talent show filled with different acts. Come support your fellow classmates shine on stage @ 7pm in the Carson Auditorium!
Thursday: Let’s get WILD with MTV’s very own Jacob Willams, from Wild’n Out! He will be preforming @ 7pm in Plachy Hall Gym! (College Audience Encouraged)
Friday: Practice your Cat Daddy because we will have the REJ3CTZ ft. DJ GOOFY performing live @ 8pm in the Plachy Hall Gym! (College Audience Encouraged)
Also come check out the Backyard Bash before starting at 5:30pm with games and raffle prices
*At each event GAB will be giving away a GOLDEN GRIZZ DAZE PRIZE!!
Follow us on social media @ASU_GAB for more details. *
Hey grizzlies! I just want to let everyone know I will be gone for a while. I have a family emergency in Kansas. Sorry for any inconvenience. Thank you for all your support!
Join us for the second annual English, Theatre, and Communications conference, “The Road Taken: High Impact Academic Practices the Support Readers and Writers,” this Friday, 4/21, from 8:30-4:00 in MCD101. Featured speakers include Kimba Rael, ASU graduate and SLV Educator of the Year, 2016; Levi Romero, 2012 New Mexico Centennial Poet Laureate and UNM faculty; as well as ASU faculty and educators from a number of Valley schools.
The conference is free, and a lunch will be provided for registered attendees. To register, visit adams.edu/conference/ or contact Dr. Lynnea Chapman King at 587-7421.
The Grizzly Testing and Learning Center is looking for motivated students to fill two student employment positions.
Pay starts at $9.50 and students must be full-time, on-campus undergraduate students with at least two on-campus semesters at ASU remaining. We request that applicants have at least 10 hours available to work between 8 am and 5 pm.
If interested, please stop by to pick up an application at the Grizzly Testing and Learning Center, 2nd floor Nielsen Library. Applications will be accepted until Monday, May 1st, 2017 at 5 pm.