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Presentation Practice Rooms

Do you have a big presentation coming up and need a place to practice? Did you know you can reserve any of the Nielsen Library’s classrooms? Classrooms may be reserved for presentation practice, group study, and more! Rooms 315 and 316 have computers and SMARTboards, and room 317 has a computer and portable projector. You can […]

University Budget Update

Two budget update presentations were given in mid-October which reviewed the university budget’s current status and outlook, as well as various factors that impact it. A powerpoint that was presented will shortly be available on Bill Manshiem’s blog. “Things are good, because they are not as bad as they were. We have turned a corner,” […]

University supporters to be honored

The Adams State University Foundation’s annual Donor & Student Recognition Dinner, Oct. 29. will present the following awards to honor significant supporters of ASU: Billy Adams Award Charles H. Scoggin, M.D. Willis Fassett Jr. Award Floyd ’55 and Cordelia Higel Grizzly Club Individual Supporters of the Year Chuck ’68 and Becky Owsley Grizzly Club Corporate […]

Getting a Move on in Richardson Hall

The first phase of the Richardson Hall renovation project is nearing completion, and many offices will be relocating over the next few weeks. This phase includes the center wing, south wing, and Richardson Auditorium. Moving Schedule – prioritized, dates approximate Bill Mansheim and Rodney Martinez will provide additional notice to units as their time approaches. […]

Board of Trustees Update

The   Board of Trustees for Adam State University approved the following action items at its Oct. 10 meeting on campus: Opt-out of Colorado Procurement Code The Board approved a request from the Purchasing Office to opt-out of the Colorado Procurement Code, effective Jan. 1, 2015, pursuant to House Bill 04-1009, which allows the governing boards […]

Plan on the Health Fair Nov. 5

ASU Health Fair Wednesday, Nov. 5 7-11a.m. SUB 309 In an effort to keep ASU employees healthy, and with the flu season fast approaching, Human Resources is excited to once again offer FREE comprehensive health screening and flu shots at the upcoming health fair. Screenings can help identify any potential health risks and encourage healthier […]

Faculty Development Events

Work on Purpose Friday, Nov. 7 Noon- 1 p.m. McD 281 Presented by Karen Lemke & Anicia Alvarez An overview of the “Work on Purpose” program, with an example of a workshop on identifying an intersection between “head and heart” to foster all participant’s awareness of how they are progressing on their professional developmental/life goals. […]

Title V Grant Staffing

Staff changes have resulted from Adams State’s recent award of a new Title V grant. The five-year grant of $2,838,865 was awarded by the Department of Education’s Promoting Post-baccalaureate Opportunities for Hispanic Americans (PPOHA), a Title V program for Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSI’s). Read more. Lillian Gomez, who has directed multiple Title V grants at […]

Expanded services for Title IX compliance

Erica Romero was recently named Deputy Title IX Coordinator. She is available to meet with staff and students with questions or who wish to file a complaint about sexual harassment/violence. She can be reached at 719-587-7508. Additional resources include: Joel Korngut – Director of the Office of Equal Opportunity 719-587-8213 719-480-4487 Ken Marquez – Vice […]

New leadership in Student Life

Adams State University Student Life and Recreation recently underwent change in leadership. Aaron Miltenberger ’13 accepted the position as director, and Jeni Carter ’09, ’12 was named assistant director. The two previously worked together when Miltenberger was Student Life assistant director, and Carter worked in the office as a student. Read more.

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