Fine and Applied Arts

Eaton Source Awards

Design Students Named 2015 SOURCE Winners Jun 2, 2015

Power management company Eaton, a 2015 ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year, recently named Appalachian State University students Megan Everhart,

Fine and Applied Arts, Sustainable Technology and the Built Environment

Dan Vallie Hill Receives 2015 Rockwell Award May 29, 2015

Department of Communication's Dan Vallie Hill has been selected as a recipient of this year's Rockwell Award by the Conclave Learning Conference... Communication, Fine and Applied Arts

Appalachian's ROTC Program Commissions 19 New Officers

Appalachian's ROTC Program Commissions 19 New Officers May 18, 2015

Nineteen Appalachian State University graduates were commissioned as second lieutenants during a ceremony held May 8 in Valborg Theatre on campus... Fine and Applied Arts, Sustainable Technology and the Built Environment

Blossom Wins 11th Annual Wilsonart Chair Competition

"Blossom" Wins 11th Annual Wilsonart Chair Competition May 18, 2015

A visually arresting collection of one-of-a-kind chairs – each conceived and built with Wilsonart® Laminate by senior industrial design

Fine and Applied Arts, Sustainable Technology and the Built Environment
Chad Everhart

Everhart to Chair the New Department of Sustainable Technology and the Built Environment May 13, 2015

Chad Everhart, associate professor and program coordinator of building science, will be the chair of the newly created Department of Sustainable... Fine and Applied Arts, Sustainable Technology and the Built Environment

Appalachian's Solar Vehicle Team Ready to Race! May 7, 2015

What started as a project to make a solar-capable golf cart has led to race car aspirations.

Fine and Applied Arts, Sustainable Technology and the Built Environment

Can an early 20th Century homestead be rehabilitated into a new life for a local neighborhood? May 7, 2015

Students in an architectural design studio course worked on a community challenge this spring: Can an early 20th-century homestead be... Fine and Applied Arts, Sustainable Technology and the Built Environment

A collaborative public art project between Appalachian State University art students and local business Appalachian Mountain Brewery (AMB) exemplifies the importance of connecting the university and community by giving students a unique educational experience and offering a local business a one-of-a-kind art installation.

Public Art Project Connects Local Business, University, and Community May 1, 2015

A collaborative public art project between Appalachian State University art students and local business Appalachian Mountain Brewery (AMB)... Art, Fine and Applied Arts