Appalachian has chosen “So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed” by Jon Ronson as the common reading selection for the 2016-17 academic year. Appalachian’s Common Reading Program helps incoming students establish a common experience with other students.
Professors from Universidad de la Habana visited Appalachian State University recently to learn about Appalachian’s sustainable technology programs. Appalachian was one of only a few campuses the professors toured.
Sweeny is a senior majoring in industrial design with a concentration in furniture. The Celia Moh Scholarship recognizes the academic endeavors of college undergraduate students enrolled in full-time home furnishings programs.
Candidacy for membership in Tau Sigma is granted to students who have transferred to Appalachian after completing at least one year at a prior institution and who earned 3.5 GPA or higher, or placed in the top 20 percent of all incoming transfer students in their first term.
On Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Memorial Day), the Center for Judaic Holocaust, and Peace Studies along with the Temple of the High Country and Appalachian's Hillel chapter will organize a public reading of the names of European Jews murdered by the Germans and their allies during the Holocaust.
It’s an opportunity for art lovers to meet the artists, have some food and enjoy a cocktail while wandering one of the the most exciting venues in town: a collection of six galleries filled with a diverse mix of contemporary art from local, regional, and international artists.
Every summer, violinist Gil Morgenstern, Artistic Director of the Broyhill Chamber Ensemble and its international Reflections Series, assembles several of the nation’s most exciting and acclaimed chamber musicians for an exquisite concert series embracing a diverse repertoire of chamber music works.