According to data released by the university Sept. 12, total enrollment for academic year 2016 – 17 is the highest ever at 18,295, and the first-year class is the largest and most diverse in Appalachian’s history.
Kelly Davis, an assistant professor of electronic media and broadcasting in the Department of Communication at Appalachian, has directed the third season of “A Craftsman’s Legacy,” which begins airing at 3 p.m. Oct. 1 on UNC-TV.
Bruce Weigl: "Writing about personal trauma is a difficult thing to do, but almost thirty years of experience working with veterans of several wars has taught me that it is also a powerful tool that can be restorative and even life-saving."
Filled with lyrical language, music and mysticism, this coming-of-age story will fascinate theatregoers of all ages: an entry into a world filled with drama and adventure as a family reveals its secrets and a daughter is set free to find where she belongs.
Sheryl Oring, dressed as a 1950s era secretary, will use a vintage manual typewriter to take down letters to the presidential candidates as dictated by passersby in the Plemmons Student Union Solarium.
The purpose of WIELS is to bring women together to share, learn, and grow in leadership. This year's theme is Advancing the Leader Within: Building Capacity. Keynote speakers will be Dr. Sheri N. Everts, Dr. June Atkinson and Dr. Stephanie Williams. Register now
The Black Saturday 5K course will start at the Holmes Convocation Center and end in Durham Park. The course is strenuous with areas of uneven pavement and terrain, while totaling over 200 feet in elevation.
Director of the International Center for Allied Health Evidence at the University of South Australia. Dr. Karen Grimmer's scholarly work includes allied public health quality and service delivery issues; evidence based practice theory, practice and implementation; discharge planning quality and ageing in place; and adolescent spinal health.