BOONE, N.C. — Prior to enrolling in Appalachian State University’s geography graduate program, Heather Guy’s work experience involved computer modelling, an activity that kept her in front of a computer screen all day. [Read More]
Graduate School Launches Speaker Series Aug 13, 2018
The Cratis D. Williams School of Graduate Studies is launching a new speaker series to highlight Appalachian State alumni who are leaders in our state and nation. The first speaker is Jonathan Kappler.
CHARLESTON, West Virginia --A West Virginia cafe has become much more than a place for food and coffee.
Grad School Cookout! July 11, 2018 12-2 PM Jun 18, 2018
New to the graduate school or are you here for summer session 2...too? Let us feed you hamburgers and hot dogs on July 11, 2018 at the beautiful Howard’s Knob patio located on the third floor of the Plemmons Student Union. The Cratis D.
BOONE — A National Science Foundation-funded scholarship program at Appalachian State University aims to help address the nation’s shortage in STEM graduates and workers. [Read more]
First Destination Success May 10, 2018
Appalachian tracks where its graduates go, notes high success rate
By Linda Coutant
2018-2019 GSAS Elections Apr 24, 2018
The election portal for the 2018-2019 GSAS elections is now open. Please go to https://graduate.appstate.edu/enrolled-students/graduate-student-association-senate/2018-2019-gsas-elections to submit your vote for the leadership of GSAS for 2018-2019.
The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans Apr 16, 2018
The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans is a $90,000 graduate school fellowship for outstanding immigrants and children of immigrants in the United States.
CI 5845: Global Perspectives in Media and Technology Mar 16, 2018
Are you looking for a creative and engaging graduate course for Fall 2018? You're in luck! CI 5845: Global Perspectives in Media and Technology is a fully online course elective that provides ample opportunities for both critical study and creative expression.
On Saturday, March 10th, the Two Rivers Community School (TRCS) made its premiere appearance in the North Carolina Science Olympiad Regional Tournament in Hickory. Thirteen 6th through 8th grade students competed against approximately one dozen middle school teams (comprised