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An art student works on the aetosaur

Art and geology students at Appalachian collaborate to sculpt Triassic aetosaur Mar 20, 2017

Forget Jurassic Park. Appalachian State University will soon have its own Triassic Park – complete with its very own dinosaur-like creature.

"Bittersweet Memories" by Sloane Whaley

Recent graduate’s artwork commissioned by Appalachian’s chancellor Mar 15, 2017

Sloane Whaley ’16, who studied studio art in Appalachian State University’s Department of Art, recently had work commissioned by Appalachian’s Chancellor Sheri N. Everts.

Students and faculty at the PAVE gala in New York

Appalachian State University design students take home awards in international PAVE competition Jan 11, 2017

Four seniors enrolled in the Department of Applied Design’s Interior Design Program have received top honors in the Planning and Visual Education...

Curtain call at the "Stages of Success" performance.

Appalachian’s Theatre and Therapy Project Jan 5, 2017

A pilot study by Appalachian faculty Dr. Angela Losardo, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, and Dr. Derek Davidson, Department...

Dr. Lee Ball

Ball named director of sustainability at Appalachian Dec 12, 2016

Following a national search, Dr. Lee F. Ball Jr. has been named director of sustainability at Appalachian State University. Ball has held the...

Student with video camera

New portable TV studio prepares Appalachian State University students for broadcasting careers Dec 8, 2016

As the lights dimmed in the Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts on the evening of Nov. 18, five electronic media and broadcasting (EM/B)...

Relief print by Erina Schultz from the book “Fish Shoes”

Appalachian’s Smith Gallery presents “CALICO” through Dec. 9; works of senior studio art majors on view Dec 7, 2016

The Smith Gallery at Appalachian State University is presenting “CALICO,” an exhibition of works in various media by university...

Jill Pable

Appalachian alumna launches new resource for interior designers Dec 6, 2016

Jill Pable ’86 is breaking new ground through her research in trauma-informed design, and most recently with the launch of her website...

Taekyeom Lee

Appalachian graphic design professor takes 3D printing approach to clay, ceramics [Appalachian Magazine] Dec 5, 2016

What if there was a machine that could bring your artistic vision to life in clay? Can technology bridge a gap that could allow non-artists to...

Ben Vereen with the student performers

Theatre students experience musical theatre master class with legend Ben Vereen Dec 1, 2016

On Friday, November 11, television, film and Broadway legend Ben Vereen led a musical theatre master class for three sophomore theatre arts...

Dinesh Paudel

Dispatch From Nepal: The Disaster Didn't End When the Earth Stopped Shaking [truth-out.org] Nov 30, 2016

Assistant Professor of Sustainable Development Dinesh Paudel and Gregory Reck, professor of anthropology, explore Nepal's recovery after the 2015...