Furniture designer Alyssa Coletti is determined to expand student exposure to and experience with sustainable design. An adjunct instructor in Appalachian’s Department of Applied Design, she teaches just one or two courses per semester with the goal of providing a unique, hands-on experience for her students.
Appalachian State University leadership in the Research Institute for Environment, Energy and Economics and the College of Arts and Sciences announced funding of four additional faculty scholarships for Chancellor Sheri N. Everts’ Appalachian Innovation Scholars Program (AISP).
Appalachian State University has earned a $65,000 Active Learning Center Grant to support AppLab from Steelcase Education. The organization’s grant program supports teacher and student efforts to create an environment that encourages engagement, collaboration and creativity.
Love coffee? How about breakfast treats? Care to score some free smiles? Look no further! The Scholars with Diverse Abilities Program (SDAP) presents Coffee Talk, a series promoting interaction between people of all abilities.
Sustainability endeavors are growing strong in our community. The Roots of Resilience Film Festival celebrates some of these efforts through a series of seven mini-documentaries, each spotlighting local people and organizations working on various dimensions of cultivating sustainable community.
Under the direction of Mélisse Brunet, the orchestra will perform Igor Stravinsky’s “The Firebird Suite,” John Williams’ “Harry Potter Symphonic Suite” and Dr. Nancy Bargerstock will solo in Antonín Dvořák’s “Romance in F Minor, Op. 11.”
Inspired by the New River and the Turchin Center exhibition Collective Vigilance: Speaking for the New River, friends of the river and the arts are invited outdoors to the New River State Park to celebrate the river, relax with friends and view a site-specific installation by Charlotte sculptor Keith Bryant.
High Country Spring Procession, a lively community art parade celebrating springtime and life, will take place along Howard Street in downtown Boone. A free hat-making workshop will be held prior to the parade and the evening will conclude with a community potluck.