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ASC sets new enrollment record

Larger freshman class,
growing graduate programs,
improved student retention

All welcome to CELT session

Equity issues
& ASC mission

Annual Day of Reflection

Dr. Karen Graham
to address group

Hispanic Heritage Month

Adams State’s new organization, CASA (Cultural Awareness Student Achievement), is presenting several events through mid-October that focus on the San Luis Valley’s Hispanic Heritage. Sept. 27 – 30 Hispanic food and events featured in the ASC cafeteria, sponsored by Sodexo. Sept. 29 Movie Night: “Mi Familia/My Family” SUB Loft 6:30 p.m. (refreshments available) Oct. 2 […]

ASC contingent presents at HACU

A group of ASC faculty and staff attended the 24th annual conference of HACU (Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities), held Sept. 18-20 in San Diego An ASC panel discussed the college’s new Higher Education Administration Leadership (HEAL) master’s degree program. Panelists were Eric Carpio, asst. VP of Enrollment Management; Andrea Benton-Maestas, director of Institutional […]

CEC Craft Fair set for Oct. 16

The third annual Classified Employee Council Craft Fair will be held Saturday, Oct. 16, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. in the Student Union Building. All are welcome to participate, whether from ASC or the community. CEC is seeking vendors of unique handmade items, craft supplies, homemade jams/jellies, baked goods, artwork, etc. The vendor fee is […]

Fall ASC Faculty Lectures

The ASC Faculty Lectures are held on Wednesdays at 7 p.m. in Porter Hall (the science building) room 130. Free refreshments provided. Oct. 6 Dr. Carol Guerrero-Murphy, Professor of English “Not Only to Woo Women: What Poetry Does” Dr. Carol Guerrero-Murphy Oct. 27 Dr. Stephen Roberds, Assoc. Professor of Government “The 2010 Midterm Elections: Continuity […]

Lunchtime Talks in Science and Mathematics

All lectures are held in Porter Hall 130 at noon. As has become the tradition, pizza will be provide for the audience (bring your own beverage). Oct, 6 “Mathematics and Sports” by Dr. Stephanie Vance Oct, 20 “Kepler and the Search for Other Earths” by Dr. Robert Astalos Nov, 4 “Gene Annotation of Genomic DNA” […]

Porter Scholars report on focused academic experiences

In the Sept. 23 Lunchtime Talk in Science & Mathematics, the 2010-11 Porter Scholars shared their experiences from focused academic experiences they participated in over the summer. The group of Madeline Brinkley, Amber Drumm, Hil Lassek, Gary Potter, and Crystal Radobaugh studied the physics of roller coasters and toured three national labs, led by professors […]

TGIF Advising Workshops

Seven “TGIF Advisor Workshops” remain for the fall semester. These sessions are designed for any faculty and staff members who: are new to advising anticipate an upcoming advising role have an interest in further development of their advising skills Each session will be held at noon in Porter 130, with a light lunch available. The […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet