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Winners of the 2018 Appalachian Excellence in Teaching Awards at the Fall Semester Faculty and Staff Meeting. From left: Dr. Thomas Whyte, professor in the Department of Anthropology; Dr. Susan Staub, professor in the Department of English; Dr. Richard Pouder, professor in the Department of Management; Dr. Gabriele Casale, associate professor in the Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences; Dr. William “Bill” Anderson, professor in and chair of the Department of Geological and Environment Science

Management professor earns campus teaching excellence award
Sep 12, 2018

Seven faculty and four staff members at Appalachian State University were honored for excellence at the Fall Semester Faculty and Staff Meeting Sept. ...

Student profile: Emma Spear's love of design and fields of study set her on the fast path to digital marketing

Student profile: Emma Spear's love of design and combined fields of study set her on fast path to digital marketing
Sep 7, 2018

Majoring in marketing and minoring in graphic arts and imaging technology, Appalachian State University junior Emma Spear has an affinity for digital ...

Walker College economics professor's research helps rank impact of outdoor adventure

Walker College economics professor's research helps rank impact of outdoor adventure
Sep 6, 2018

Research from Walker College economics professor John Whitehead was recently used to rank the economic impact of outdoor adventure.Outsideonline.com r...

Javon Nathaniel

Student Profile: Javon Nathaniel wears many different name tags, defines 'all-around' student
Aug 31, 2018

Over his academic career, Appalachian State University marketing and international business double major Javon Nathaniel has become the definition of ...

Bryan Bouboulis, senior lecturer in the Department of Finance, Banking and Insurance in Appalachian’s Walker College of Business, advocates for teaching financial literacy to all students. He said he wants his students to think about “the end game”: “If you don’t know where you’re going,” he said, “how will you get there?” Photo by Chase Reynolds

Financing the dream — staying fiscally afloat at Appalachian
Aug 25, 2018

BOONE, N.C. — FAFSA. FSEOG. ACOG. EFC. SAP.Exploring how to pay for a college education unearths a Scrabble set of acronyms. Fortunately, a village ...

As part of the Walker College’s Business for Good conference at Appalachian State University, students and faculty are hearing from leaders in sustainable business practice, including Mr. John Replogle, CEO & President of Seventh Generation. (Photo by Marie Freeman)

Fourth annual Business for Good event brought sustainability leaders to Appalachian's campus to interact with students, faculty
Aug 23, 2018

As part of Appalachian State University's fourth annual Business for Good conference, students and faculty heard from leaders in sustainable business ...

Club Expo

Business Club Expo to be held Tuesday, Aug. 28
Aug 23, 2018

The Fall 2018 Business Club Expo will be held from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 28. Held in the Peacock Hall 2nd floor Boyles Lobb...

Walker College faculty among top 100 human resource management researchers
Aug 10, 2018

According to the authors of a new study forthcoming in Academy of Management Learning and Education, Appalachian State University Professor of Managem...

Mary-Louise Roberts

Boone Chamber honors Walker College alumna, partners at meeting
Aug 9, 2018

Walker College of Business alumna Mary-Louise Roberts '81, '82 recently earned the 2018 Dan Meyer Partnership Award.The Award was presented by the&nbs...

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Walker College to host homecoming game day tailgate Sept. 29
Aug 8, 2018

Alumni and friends of the Walker College of Business are invited to a tailgate, co-presented by the Brantley Risk & Insurance Center and the Walke...