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President’s Message

We are looking forward to Adams State University Day at the Capitol on February 19. For the first time in our history, we will take Adams State to Denver so legislators have the opportunity to understand more about our institution. On Thursday evening, February 18, we will have a reception for legislators. We appreciate our […]

Self-Study chapters ready for campus review

Adams State’s HLC Steering Committee requests input from faculty and staff on the self study report under development for ASU’s 10-year reaffirmation of accreditation with the Higher Learning Commission. One evaluation factor is campus-wide participation in the accreditation process, therefore, everyone in the campus community is strongly encouraged to provide feedback by Friday, February 19. […]

New student recruitment initiatives

Lone Star Scholarship Adams State recently created the Lone Star Scholarship exclusively for Texas residents. All qualified new and continuing students from Texas will automatically be awarded $3,000, beginning with the fall 2016 semester. All qualified non-Colorado-resident students also automatically receive Adams State’s Experience Colorado Scholarship of $5,000. Eric Carpio, assistant vice president for Student […]

Update: VPAA Search

February 12 is the application deadline in ASU’s search for a Vice President for Academic Affairs. The search committee incorporated feedback from the campus survey into a position description. The vacancy announcement was posted on the Chronicle of Higher Education and Higher Ed Jobs websites January 5. Next steps in the process include evaluation of […]

Student Scholar Days deadline Feb. 26

Faculty member are reminded to encourage eligible students to take part in Student Scholar Days, scheduled for April 7-8. The deadline for project submission is 5 p.m., Friday, February 26. Student Scholar Days is a multidisciplinary, two-day conference that highlights the academic achievements of ASU students. Student Scholar Days Faculty information Student Scholar Days Committee: […]

Faculty Development presentations

Upcoming Faculty Development events may be viewed on the calendar. Training sessions on developing student engagement Eight faculty who participated in the Title V STEM grant training on techniques for creating more student engagement in their classes will present a four-part series to share what they have learned. The sessions are appropriate for all faculty […]

Facilities Services work order system

The password for submitting at work order online to Facilities Services is asu (not case sensitive). Facilities requests at least one week notice for requests to hang banners. Those requests should include the day banners should be taken down. Facilities Services will no longer be storing the banners for different departments. Questions may be directed […]

Submissions sought for Art Across Campus exhibit

The Art Department invites faculty, staff and administrators to submit creative artwork for an all campus exhibition to celebrating the creativity of the campus community. The exhibit is open to all media of fine art, crafts and visual forms of creativity. It will be juried by art students from the Art Department’s Professional Practices course. […]

Faculty Lectures

Spring Lunchtime Talks in Science & Mathematics Porter 130 Noon Complimentary pizza provided. Wednesday, February 24 “Well, now you’re in I.T.” Mark Campbell, Adams State Class of 1989 Thursday, March 3 “Chemistry and History of Dyes” Dr. Marty Jones, emeritus professor of chemistry Wednesday, March 16 “Artificial Intelligence in Hong Kong” Dr. Matt Ikle, professor […]

Know your health score – Win a Fitbit!

Take your Anthem Health Assessment by February 14 to qualify for a drawing for a Fitbit. Click on: “Anthem Members Take Your Health Assessment to enter to win a Fitbit”

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