Appalachian is hosting 21 educators from 18 countries this month through its Teaching Excellence and Achievement program (TEA), now in its seventh year.
Student and faculty researchers and community support have helped reclaim an African-American cemetery near campus.
Appalachian’s Board of Trustees endorse this native perennial as the official flower of the university.
Research by Drs. Zach and Alisha Farris is sustaining ecosytems, improving animal and human health and providing learning opportunities. They are ‘living like they mean it.’
Trumpeter Trestan Peck ’15 finds adventure teaching abroad
Dr. Eric Frauman in recreation management offers his students a different classroom experience.
Teaching and research go hand in hand. A scholar of indigenous representation and politics in Latin America, Dr. Timothy J. Smith is dedicated to both.
Appalachian donates fresh produce to local organizations for residents in need.
Students’ Whole Life Club encourages healthy living on campus and works toward bringing the Blue Zones Project® to Boone.
Dr. Alex Howard in Wellness and Prevention Services summarizes his community-based approach to student health as “less PowerPoint, more engagement.”
Appalachian’s 2017 Staff Excellence Awards were presented to James Burniston, Daniel Bryan, Haley Childers and Mary Beth McKee.
Appalachian has new leadership at the helm of nearly every academic unit. Reach out and welcome these individuals to campus.
Appalachian alum creates after-school program for young boys.
Ten incoming freshmen have been awarded the prestigious Chancellor’s Scholarship for the 2017-18 academic year.
Back at home, Appalachian staff member Mary Sheryl Horine engages in changing lives and lifestyles.
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