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Bolivia Donation

Connecting the Appalachians to the Andes - Library Science Program Supports Children's Library in Bolivia Feb 7, 2019

When the North Carolina Chapter of Partners of the Americas received a donation of 400 children’s books in Spanish, they were left with one question: “What could we do with all of these books?”

Beaver Scholars

Appalachian’s Beaver Scholars program aims to improve health care in region and beyond Feb 6, 2019

BOONE, N.C. — Beginning fall 2019, 20 students in Appalachian State University’s Beaver College of Health Sciences (BCHS) will be named Beaver Scholars, qualifying for scholarships of $10,000 per academic year. [Read More]

Germany Photo

Study Abroad Opportunity Open to all Grad Students - Germany Dec 19, 2018

The Library Science graduate program is offering a study abroad experience to Germany this summer, and enrollment has just been opened to students beyond the Library Science program.  If you have room in your schedule for an elective and are interested in learning more, please ema

An Exercise Science ASU Graduate Wins the 2016 ACSM Biomechanics Interest Group (BIG) Research Award Jul 20, 2016

Reed Gurchiek, a graduate student in Exercise Science, was selected as recipient of the 2016 American College of Sports Medicine - Biomechanics Interest Group Student Research Award.

Mob Museum

Making History at the Mob Museum Jul 6, 2016

Appalachian State University history majors find dream jobs in Vegas discover a fellow Mountaineer, just a cubicle away - See more at: http://appalachianmagazine.org/stories/id/598#sthash.B03q712j.dpuf

Alumna Rebecca Jones turned her Appalachian degrees into a position with filmmaker Ken Burns May 28, 2016

By Jenna Massengale ’16

Alumna Rebecca Jones graduated from Appalachian State University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science in Communication - Electronic Media/Broadcasting degree. After graduating, she stayed to earn a master’s degree in Appalachian studies in 2011.

Alumnus Trevor McKenzie turned his childhood interest in Appalachia into a career May 28, 2016

By Jenna Massengale ’16

Trevor McKenzie ’10 ’12 turned his childhood interest in the Appalachia region into a career as an archivist in the W.L. Eury Appalachian Collection in Belk Library and Information Commons.

Making sure NC meets the demand for advanced degrees May 26, 2016

North Carolina has always shown pride in our institutions of higher learning, and today graduate education is an important economic driver for our state.

Sarah James

ASU Clinical Health Counseling Student Awarded Scholarship May 10, 2016

Sarah Marie James Receives Rural Scholarship From the NBCC Foundation
 

Grad School Masters' Matters video wins another award Apr 22, 2016

The School of Graduate Studies' Masters' Matters promotional video has one yet another award, this time a Platinum Hermes Creative Award in the TV Ad category from the Association of Marketing and Communciations...

SAMFT Awarded Outstanding Educational Program Award Apr 18, 2016

Recently , the Student Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (SAMFT) was nominated for several leadership awards due to the outstanding effort exhibited in coordinating and conducting the annual conference.

Ambassadors

Call for Nominations - GRADUATE STUDENT AMBASSADORS Apr 5, 2016

The Appalachian Graduate Student Ambassadors are a select group of outstanding graduate students who represent a range of graduate degree programs on Appalachian’s main campus.  The Ambassadors support Graduate School activities by making presentations at recruitment events, leading c