• Alumni Awards 2010: Richard G. Sparks '76 '78
    July 1, 2010
  • Alumni Awards 2010: James K. Reaves '93
    July 1, 2010
  • Alumni Awards 2010: Jerry Moore
    July 1, 2010
  • Alumni Awards 2010: Dr. Alice Brown '63 '66
    July 1, 2010
  • Appalachian Perspective: Dr. Stan Aeschleman
    July 1, 2010

    In his role as provost, Dr. Stan Aeschleman strengthened Appalachian State University's academic core and created the vision for which the University has become known—a unique institution that blends aspects of a research institution with those of a small liberal arts institution. After many years as an administrator, he has chosen to return to teaching later this year. We'll meet this visionary and beloved psychology professor on Appalachian Perspective.

  • Appalachian Perspective: Congressman David Price
    May 27, 2010

    The 111th United States Congress is tackling some of the most historic issues ever in our democratic society, including the reform of health care, financial services and campaign ethics as well as how to protect our natural resources for future generations. My guest Congressman David Price and I will discuss these topics and more.

  • Developing future leaders
    January 13, 2010

    Today's employers demand strong leadership skills, and getting involved in campus life isn't the only way to develop them. At Appalachian State University, students can actually pursue a minor in leadership studies as they participate in clubs and organizations.

  • Protecting the environment through education
    November 13, 2009

    The Blue Ridge Parkway brings thousands of visitors to the area each year to admire its beauty and recreational offerings. It also has been an outdoor playground for Appalachian students, faculty and the community of Boone for generations. However, high usage and careless behavior occurring in some areas leaves irreversible impact.

  • Why walk? App State's annual Walk for Awareness
    November 13, 2009

    Why walk? In 1989, two young women from Appalachian State University were abducted and raped by the same man. One died. One survived. Although the events took place off campus, the Walk for Awareness began as a campus response to their experience.

  • What the earth reveals about human history
    October 6, 2009

    Carefully digging, scraping and sifting. It's how archeologists seek clues into human history. Students at Appalachian State University learn these skills—and find cool artifacts—in a field archeology course each summer.

  • What's in the air we breathe?
    August 14, 2009
  • Appalachian Perspective: John Pine and the Research Institute for Environment, Energy and Economics
    June 30, 2009

    For many years Appalachian State University has been a leader in renewable energy and environmental research. A new institute on campus is now expanding the university's outreach as well as its ability to partner with business and industry in other institutions to find workable solutions. With me to discuss this new endeavor is John Pine, director of Appalachian's Research Institute for Environment, Energy, and Economics.