- O&V Calendars Have Arrived
- Attention Students! Job Opportunity with The Colorado Trust
- Free Popcorn on Wednesday 11/13
- What’s your style?
- Kinesiology Department presents Dr. Heather Leach
- Thesis Proposal Presentation: Performance Effects of Short-Term Beta-Alanine Supplementation in Collegiate 5k and 10k Runners
- Internship Opportunity with El Pomar Foundation
- Faculty Lecture Tonight (11/7)
- Veterans Lunch
- Taco Dinner
Category Archives: Announcement
The Colorado Trust will be hiring six Community Outreach Assistants who live in Alamosa. Applications are due November 30, 2019. Be part of a team that will interview local young adults (ages 18-30) about their experiences, challenges and hopes for … Continue reading
Stop by and say “Hi” to Francesca while she’s popping popcorn at 11am! Located in front of the Counselor Education Dept, 1st floor McD!
With the end of the semester approaching, make sure you are citing correctly in your papers. The Writing Studio, McD 220, has not only tutors who can help, but copies of the various style manuals used in academic writing. The … Continue reading
Join the Kinesiology Department Wednesday, November 13th in Richardson Hall Auditorium, for a lecture on the physical effects of exercise on cancer survivors. Dr. Heather Leach will give a talk titled Physical Activity for Cancer Survivorship, and will talk about … Continue reading
Thesis Proposal Presentation: Performance Effects of Short-Term Beta-Alanine Supplementation in Collegiate 5k and 10k Runners
Interested in learning about how beta-alanine can potentially increase performance in endurance events? Come listen to the Thesis Proposal Presentation on beta-alanine supplementation on the Performance Effects of Short-Term Beta-Alanine Supplementation in Collegiate 5k and 10k Runners, by Kianna Darioosh … Continue reading
The Office of Civic and Engagement and Career Services would like to highlight the following opportunity for ASU students: The El Pomar Internship is a unique summer program that introduces continuing undergraduate students to the nonprofit sector and provides an … Continue reading
You are invited to attend the next event in the Fall 2019 Faculty Lecture Series, featuring Jess Gagliardi of FYS/DevEd, presenting his lecture titled, “Secrets in the White House: A Curious History of Presidents and First Ladies During their White … Continue reading
To show our gratitude to our veterans, there will be free lunch for all veterans on Veterans Day, November, 11th at noon, in room A 129 of the Student Union building. Lunch will be a BBQ buffet. Veterans, just show … Continue reading
Eat delicious tacos, enchiladas, and tamales! Place a bid in the silent dessert auction! Play games and enjoy or dance to music! Support your ASU music education majors (NAfME)! Proceeds go toward the music education conference trip! Saturday 16th of … Continue reading
The Banner production environment will be unavailable Thursday evening from 9:00 PM MST to early morning Friday, while Oracle PSU Quarter 3 updates are deployed to the PROD environment. During this time, ALL Banner services will be inaccessible, which includes … Continue reading
We’re not supposed to do lost and found in these Campus Announcements, so I won’t mention that a black water bottle / thermos with an ASU sticker is sitting in the Writing Studio, waiting to go home. I will say … Continue reading
Visit Jennifer, Thursday at 11am for free popcorn in front of the Counselor Education Department, 1st floor McD!
11-4 Muffin Monday $2.00 each 11-5 Tuesday’s $2.50 donuts and scones 11-6 to 11-8 $3.00 Amish pies 11-8 BOGO 15% off all hand crafted beverages!
November invoices are now available online to view and make payment. Spring 2020 semester registration has begun. If you have already established a payment agreement, thank you. If your account maintains a Fall semester balance and an online payment plan … Continue reading