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Posts from ‘September, 2016’

Campus visitor parking passes

The ASU Police Department can issue Parking/Visitor Passes. Vehicle with invalid passes may be ticketed. To obtain a Visitor pass, please contact Kristy Manning.

CIELO welcomes participants

CIELO (Community for Inclusive Excellence, Leadership and Opportunity) is open to all student and staff in pursuit of inclusive excellence. To receive information through the CIELO google group, please contact Dr. Matt Nehring.

This is HSI Week

Best and high impact practices that support Adams State’s role as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) are the focus this week. Each day this week has a special theme: Monday – HSI Awareness Tuesday – Honoring Wednesday – Immigration Policy & Impact Thursday – STEM & Involvement Friday – Wellness Read event details here. The […]

Lunchtime Talks in Science & Mathematics

Students, faculty, staff, and community members are welcome to enjoy free pizza at lunchtime lectures intended for general audiences. All lectures begin at noon in Porter Hall 130. Thursday, Sept. 15 Dr. Rob Benson “ASU Ryan Museum: Collections, Technology and Sense of Place” Complete fall semester schedule.

Seed Saving Workshop

Tuesday, September 13 5-7 p.m. Boyd Community Garden – State Ave. & 11th St. in Alamosa A collaboration of the Nielsen Seed Library, Boyd Community Garden, and and VEGI.

Planetarium to show new movies

Cleopatra’s Universe and Chasing the Ghost Particle are two new movies to be shown this week at Zachies Planetarium. Complete public presentation schedule. Observatory Open House International Observe the Moon Night Saturday, October 8 7-9 p.m. View the moon, take your own photos, and more. See the observatory blog  for directions and parking information

Title V presented Unidos Equity Leadership Institute

Nine Adams State faculty and staff participated in this summer’s 2016 Unidos Equity Leadership Institute, presented by  Title V. They joined participants from New Mexico Highlands University and University of New Mexico – Taos Branch in sessions geared to eliminate the barriers to higher education created by race, class, gender, and other forms of bias. […]

New initiatives in the Music Department

The Music Department developed a new focus on select chamber ensembles to meet the department objectives and address student learning outcomes. Department head Dr. Beth Robison explained, “The music industry has changed. Students have changed, and so have the demands on their time. To meet these changes, we have pivoted away from the singular emphasis […]

Update from Grizzly Athletics

Held each Wednesday, Grizzly Club luncheons allow fans to hear from Adams State University coaches, student-athletes, and administrators and get the inside scoop on each program and important upcoming events. Click here to join the Grizzly Club. Grizzly Club Luncheon Schedule Tailgate parties allow football fans to rev up prior to each home game. The […]

Student, Faculty & Staff News

Recent sociology graduate Tori Martinez produced a series of videos on Adams State members of the Corn Mothers, which honors women from the Southwest who embody the spirit of community. They may be viewed on You Tube. Dr. Kristy Duran Oneyda Maestas Computer science major Stephanie Sisneros is featured on the Colorado Space Grant Consortium […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet