Graphic design faculty member Taekyeom Lee combines typography, ceramics and 3D printing to create artistic texture and structure. His work also bridges a gap for non-artists to pursue artistic endeavors.
Geophysicist Dr. Scott Marshall studies earthquakes from space. His satellite data helps map fault lines in Southern California’s subsurface.
Dr. Rebecca Kappus offers eight doable tips for a healthy heart – from how to reduce stress to how to minimize decision-making. You can enjoy a healthy holiday season!
Archaeology students sharpen critical thinking skills with an experiment based on the scientific hazards of making assumptions.
Appalachian earns the top-performer spot in AASHE’s 2016 Sustainable Campus Index.
Join Appalachian’s celebration of transformational global experiences – 15 events, all free and open to the public Nov. 14-18!
Dr. Doug May, former commissioned officer in the U.S. Marine Corps and retired professor, speaks at Appalachian State University’s Veterans Day 2016 ceremony.
Want to help build unity through diversity? The Diversity Scholars Program is one of Appalachian’s top scholarship programs.
The AppKIDS program provided Jean Pruitt with much-needed clothes as a child in the 1980s. Now the Appalachian staff member gives back as a volunteer.
The Appalachian Alumni Association honors two attorneys and two businessmen whose lives are interwoven with the university’s history and accomplishments.
Appalachian can help you land a cool job as a ranger in the National Park Service, now celebrating its 100th anniversary. Do you have what it takes?
Get the scoop on how three Appalachian alumni got jobs as National Park Service rangers, what a workday looks like and why they love every minute.
Dr. Rob Brown is a cultural geographer who researches aspects of the Deep South – for example, black in-migration patterns since the 1970s, New Deal farm settlement and blues music.
The 10 newest recipients of the university’s oldest and most academically competitive merit-based scholarship arrived on campus this fall.
His imagination sparked, Eric Burton majors in geography, conducts research in Peru and lands a NOAA scholarship – in large part because of a first-year General Education course.
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