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Recent Roundtable focused on retention solutions

Retention Committee
to follow up

Important info from Human Resources

Health Fair
Nov. 6

Identify a Student Scholar today!

Student Scholar Days
April 3-4

Trustees set tentative schedule for presidential search

At their Oct. 11 meeting, the Board of Trustees for Adams State University established a tentative timeline for the search to replace President David Svaldi, who intends to retire by the end of the spring 2015 semester. Board Chair Steve Valdez asked for trustee volunteers to serve in the search committee. Fall 2013 Form Trustee […]

EARTH initiates glass recycling

Thanks to EARTH, glass recycling is available on campus for the first time. Anyone affiliated with Adams State may bring their glass recyclables to: White trailer located east of soccer/lacrosse field & north of Challenge/Ropes Course 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. while classes are in session Acceptable materials include: clear glass (jelly jars) brown or […]

Are you ready for Homecoming?

ASU vs. Black Hills State Oct. 12

Get moving with Empower U

Campus health initiative

Round Table spurs discussion

With the objective of improving campus communication and collaborative problem solving, President David Svaldi has begun a series of monthly Campus Roundtable discussions. The first such meeting of the semester, Sept. 17, drew a large, diverse group of faculty and staff. While this session focused on Athletics and enrollment, discussion also encompassed efforts to improve […]

What’s your type?

As part of ongoing efforts to improve student retention, the Office of Admissions has begun a study using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) assessment. Michelle Romero, assistant director of Admissions, said about half of the new freshman class, as well as 18 faculty and staff, participated in an MBTI training session at the start of […]

Diversity efforts gaining momentum with CIELO

Fifty faculty and staff members participated in the first Kindred Spirits lunch of the semester, according to English Professor Carol Guerrero-Murphy, who also serves as the President’s Liaison for Inclusive Excellence and Chair of CIELO (Community for Inclusive Excellence, Leadership & Opportunity, formerly CELT). Two panels shared how their work at Adams State was influenced […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet