Students create award-winning rehabilitation device for knee injuries.
A review of Appalachian’s most-viewed news and feature stories throughout 2014.
More and more Appalachian students are studying abroad, bringing continued recognition from the International Institute of Education.
Food from Appalachian dining halls helps the Hunger and Health Coalition provide meals for their clients.
Students in a First Year Seminar course research, create and install plant signage at Daniel Boone Native Gardens.
Appalachian competes in the first Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge through Nov. 22 – and you can help.
A system planned by the Appalachian Energy Center to collect and use methane gas at landfills will help improve working conditions for Brazil’s waste pickers.
The Wilson Scholars program welcomes four inaugural scholars, who began their Appalachian Experience with study abroad.
Chemistry major Corbin Ester achieves distinction as a Goldwater Scholar, National Institute of Health intern and regional American Chemical Society award winner.
Be confident and successful with support from Appalachian’s Belk Library and Information Commons.
Follow these tips from Appalachian’s Learning Skills Services for setting academic goals and achieving success.
A campus learning garden teaches children how plants grow and where food comes.
Appalachian State University leads the way in transforming the University of North Carolina’s energy future by hosting the third annual Appalachian Energy Summit July 28-30.
Maison Reciprocity, Appalachian’s net-zero energy house designed in collaboration with Université d’Angers, comes in 9th place at Solar Decathlon Europe 2014.
Check out coverage of Chancellor Everts’ first day in office, which included a series of community-building events.
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