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Boomer makes new friends

Adams State’s mascot, Boomer, along with Admissions staff and student ambassadors, visited a second grade class at Pueblo’s Park View Elementary, taught by Shanda Davis, Adams State Class of 2012. The school invited Boomer and ASU as part of their endeavor to instill college goals in the children. Park View is part of the No […]

Admissions Updates

Admissions has an exciting month ahead. February 5-9 is National School Counselors Week. If you see a counselor, please thank them for the support and encouragement they give their students to go to college. Discover Day will be held Saturday, February 17. Chartered buses will pick up students from Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, and Albuquerque […]

Be smart – improve security

While safety and security should always be an important topic, it has become even more pertinent in the current environment. It’s no secret that the crime rate has risen here in the Valley. We’ve seen several robberies, several vehicle break-ins, and even thefts on campus. There are some very easy things we can all do […]

Events of interest

La Monarca art events Focusing on empowering local traditions and resisting global movements of power through the arts, “La Monarca” is a month of films and hands-on art workshops presented every Wednesday and Friday from February 14 through March 14. Coordinated by Assistant Professors of Art Eric Stewart and Leslie Macklin, the films and workshops […]

Lectures, Workshops, etc.

Lunchtime Talks in Science & Mathematics Wednesday, Feb 7 “GeoClub Never Dies, It Just Recrystallizes” Presented by geology and geography students Noon Porter Hall 130 Pizza provided See the full event schedule for the semester. For more information, please contact Tim Armstrong, ext. 7211. Kindred Spirits Luncheons 12:10 – 12:50 p.m. SUB 126A/131A Lunch provided, […]

Nominations sought

Nominate students for Leadership Awards The Leadership Awards Banquet, scheduled for March 29, recognizes students who serve as exceptional leaders on campus. These students make positive contributions to different areas of campus while motivating others to do so as well. Nominations are due on Friday, February 23, and may be made on the Leadership Awards […]

Valley Courier Online Index available

About 20 years ago, the librarians at Adams State realized a need for an index to the Valley Courier. David Goetzman created an in-house database for this index, which was kept current until 2010, when it appeared that the Valley Courier was searchable online. Cameron Miller, manager of systems administration, recently aided the library in […]

Adams State honored for efficiency

Adams State University recently received an inaugural ACE Award from BankMobile disbursements, which helps institutions of higher education efficiently, securely, and cost effectively disburse refunds to students. Bank Mobile presented the ACE (Achieve Campus Efficiency) Awards to institutions that disburse greater than 90% of all refunds electronically and promote the refund disbursement program/process so that […]

The Mental Training Lab is open

Hours: Mon. – Thurs: 9 a.m.-noon Mon. & Tues: 6-8 p.m. Nielsen Library room 302 The Joe I. Vigil Center for Human Performance and Coach Education offers a free Mental Training Lab for all students. It is run by HPPE graduate students who are trained in applied sport psychology and mentored by Dr. Brian Zuleger. […]

Student, Faculty & Staff Accomplishments

The Hall of Research on the first floor of McDaniel has been updated with 10 new research posters by students and faculty. Daniels Fund Scholarship students conducted a toy drive over the holidays to help less fortunate children. “These students are amazing and bring so much quality to Adams State,” said their advisor, Liz Tabeling-Garcia, […]

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