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Posts from ‘September, 2016’

Computing Services Maintenance for today, Thursday, September 29th, 2016

Beginning at 9:00 PM, we will be applying critical security patches and upgrades to several back-end systems. These patches will require brief outages as the systems reboot, but impact to campus services should be less than 30 minutes. This includes printing in the computer labs, and also wireless services in the Student Union Building. On […]

Adams State Athlete Named Woman of the Year

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Adams State’s Lauren Martin is the 2015-16 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Woman of the Year. Martin, an exceedingly accomplished cross country and track & field student-athlete, is the second recipient of the RMAC Woman of the Year. She is also nominated for the 26th annual NCAA Woman of the Year Award. […]

Planning Museum Trips

As part of my internship I am able to visit two museums or research centers, to further my research, to see their museum collections, and to visit with the curator. One of the sites that I have selected is the Center of Southwest Studies at Fort Lewis College in Durango. My request for a visit was […]

Quarterly Meeting

This is a reminder to all clubs that our Quarterly meeting is 1 week from today. This means that today is the last day to hand in club packets and bills in order to be considered for funding at our quarterly meeting. If you have any questions or concerns please come see us in our […]


This week I researched these names of Tomasita Montoya, Reyectia Trujillo, Lela and Van Gutierrez, Petra Tafoya, and Dora Gato to confirm if these individuals were potters. I am delighted to share the following information on the potters whose pottery we are fortunate to have at the museum: Tomasita Montoya (1899-1978) was a San Juan […]

ETHOS: Exploring Equity Through Music

This past summer, three faculty members from the Music Department participated in the Unidos Equity Leadership Retreat, with three other members having attended previous retreats. A major question that has arisen is, how do we best serve the mission of this university, and our students as we prepare them for meaningful careers in the 21st […]

Important Copyright Notice and Information for Students

As the fall semester gets underway, I’m writing to remind you of the risks involved with illegally downloading and/or sharing of copyrighted music, movies, games and software over the Internet. Unauthorized obtaining, sharing or offering such copyrighted material is illegal and in violation of U.S. copyright law. If caught, you may face severe civil and […]


GECC is a subcommittee of the Faculty Senate charged with reviewing and critiquing annual student assessment and accountability data, as well as reviewing and approving revisions to the general education curriculum. Membership: Lisa-Mari Centeno, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Political Science, Co-Chair of GECC (Fall 2015) Anthony Romero, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Teacher Education, Co-Chair of […]

Campus Improvements

Ribbon cut on Richardson Ave. The sun shone brightly Sept. 8 as campus and community members gathered to celebrate the reopening of Richardson Ave., which was recently reconstructed. The project was jointly funded by the Adams State and the City of Alamosa, with ASU contributing $37,000 toward the project from budget savings in Facilities Services. […]

Learn a new language online with Mango Languages

The Nielsen Library, in conjunction with C.A.M.P. and Title V, is excited to announce the purchase of Mango Languages, an online language learning database. Mango Languages offers self-guided courses in over 60 languages, as well as multiple ESL courses. Mango also features thematic courses such as Medical Spanish and full-length international films for immersive learning. […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet