Imagine an aetosaur wandering outside Rankin Science Building. Art and geology students have. See what they’ve created.
Farm Aid employee Laura Brookshire ’16 helps keep farmers in business using her two master’s degrees from Appalachian State University.
Geochemist Sarah Carmichael joins Neil Armstrong, Jane Goodall and other well-known figures in a prestigious society called The Explorers Club.
The two-year Scholars with Diverse Abilities Program creates a more inclusive education for many Appalachian students, not just those it directly serves.
This has been an atypically mild winter, but it’s not over yet… Learn how the white stuff impacts our campus, engages researchers and inspires art.
Learn how precipitation patterns in Peru are impacting climate change in the High Country.
It takes a village to stay ahead of a snowstorm on campus.
There is a compromise between protecting the water supply and keeping the population safe, scientists say.
Campus photographer braves a blizzard to capture microscopic imagery of snowflakes.
Lt. Darrin Tolbert, a 12-year veteran of University Police, is dedicated to public safety.
An Appalachian anthropology degree leads Federal to U.S. presidential internships, London School of Economics and MIT.
Appalachian students give over 1,200 combined hours of local community service in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King’s life and legacy.
Dr. Rick Klima, professor and assistant chair of Appalachian State University’s Department of Mathematical Sciences, uses encryption and the democratic process as tools for teaching math skills.
Dr. Ok-Youn Yu is using on-farm biomass resources to produce energy for greenhouses, increasing winter yields of fresh produce and farmers’ profits.
The Standing Rock pipeline protest led to on-the-ground activist research for Dr. Dana Powell, assistant professor of anthropology at Appalachian.
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