Six incoming students earned the Wilson Scholarship this year, Appalachian’s most prestigious merit-based scholarship. Selected on academic achievements, service and leadership, these students are passionately engaged!
In May, Leah Connell ’16 accepted her diploma, a bachelor’s degree in communications sciences and disorders from the Beaver College of Health Sciences. She said her experience at the university exceeded expectations.
The Department of Theatre and Dance is pleased to announce its upcoming 2016-17 season with an expanded slate of 10 offerings. The highlights include over a dozen world premiere dance works and an entire season of theatre by female playwrights.
The annual Walk for Awareness is a silent walk through the Appalachian campus that commemorates lives lost to violence, supports victims and survivors of violence, and serves as a collective moment of empowerment and a call to action to prevent all forms of interpersonal violence.
A fun way to learn more about our personal and collective responsibilities as a community invested in the health, safety and wellness of our campus environment. Various departments, offices, community partners and student clubs/organizations will be present to remind others to take care of themselves, take care of each other, and take care of this place.
The potential of publication as a creative act is inexhaustible: the artists on this panel share a commitment to the book as an authentic primary experience in art and will discuss the book as a material artifact, imbued with the aesthetic values and assumptions of the maker.