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Posts from ‘March, 2017’

Grant News

Developing virtual classrooms that expand course choices for students is the goal of a new National Science Foundation (NSF) grant recently awarded to Adams State University, in partnership with three other institutions. The three-year grant of $479,762 will fund the project “Engaged Student Learning: Coalition for Undergraduate Computational Data-enabled Science & Engineering (CDSE) Education.” Read […]

Campus groups seeking participants

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Faculty are invited to attend the next meeting of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) accountability group. The topic will be Measurement in SoTL. Monday, March 13 Noon McD 387 Lunch provided. Please RSVP. For more information on SoTL, click here and here. New Student Orientation New Student Orientation […]

Student & Program News

The Adams State chapter of Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology, will induct the following new members, March 15: Keren Bakke AnnMarie Bennett (also to be installed as President) Cole Maze Cindy Sue Millis Shannon Rhodes (also to be installed as Vice-President) Melissa Romero (also to be installed as Secretary) Chelsea Walljasper The […]

Faculty & Staff News

ASU’s Women’s Week concluded with a Kindred Spirits luncheon featuring a panel of women in traditionally male professions, which was attended by students, faculty, staff, and community members. Facilitated by Dr. Nancy Gonzalez, asst. professor of sociology, the panel included  Dr. Merideth Anderson, asst. professor of mathematics; Dr. Ashley Meek, visiting asst. professor of mathematics; […]

CS Maintenance for tonight, March 9, 2017, Banner PROD maintenance Saturday

Beginning at 9:00 PM, there will be a brief outage to the campus howto and cs wiki systems as we perform maintenance activities. ***Banner PROD down for HR Module upgrade this Saturday, 3/11/17*** The Production Banner Database will be down until roughly noon as we install critical Human Resources updates. During this time, ALL Production […]

Emergency Maintenance for tonight, 3/7/17

Due to an unexpected issue with one of our back-end VM systems, beginning at 9:00 PM, Computing Services will be performing maintenance on various back-end systems. There will be brief interruptions to our campus print server, blogs and the how-to wiki. Overall maintenance should take roughly 3 hours, but the impact on customer-facing services should […]

Stone Kiva

Katyete or Ko-Chits (Cochiti) Pueblo “The Stone Kiva” are located in north-central New Mexico; 25 miles southwest of Santa Fe. The pueblo’s of the Cochiti and Santo Dominog are the most northern of the Keresan language. Some experts believe that the Cochiti originally came from Tyuonyi, an Anasazi village located in the Jemez Mountains. Later migrating to […]

Empower U Recreational Activities Spring ’17

The Empower U wellness group will be leading recreational activities for the rest of the semester on Tuesdays from 9-10PM in the East Campus Gym (EC 116).  Based on the group’s desires, we will be actively engaging in things like ping pong, badminton, pickle ball, circuit training, and more…

PASC Subcommittees Sign Up

Based on the 2016 Workplace Satisfaction Survey Results the council has designated several subcommittees to discuss and address the topics presented. Here you may view the Committees & Descriptions. Everyone is invited to work within these committees; the more input the better. If interested in any one of these topics, we encourage you to contact the committee […]

The Peaceful People

The Hopituh (Hopi) means “the Peaceful People”. The Hopi reservation is located in a remote area northeast of Flagstaff, AZ.They have lived in this area for over a thousand years. The reservation consist of three mesas, which protected the Hopi from invaders. Today there are twelve Hopi villages that are located at the base of the three […]

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