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Call for Walker College Dean's Club research grant applications now open

Call for Walker College Dean's Club research grant applications now open
Aug 25, 2022

The Walker College of Business Dean's Club invites research grant proposals from business faculty members for the 2022-2023 academic year.Intended to ...

Margaret and Randy Edwards, April 2022

Dr. Randy Edwards ’77 ’78: Dean's Club is a great way to provide scholarship support for many, and a high-quality education for all Walker College students
Aug 9, 2022

Dr. Randy Edwards ACC ’77 MSA ’78 is one of Appalachian State University’s longest-serving leaders.Dr. Edwards is also a Walker Colleg...

A small cadre of Mountaineer families have fostered a legacy of consistent giving to Appalachian State University for approximately 50 years. Pictured, an aerial view of Founders Plaza, with statues of two of App State’s co-founders, B.B. Dougherty and Lillie Shull Dougherty, and Founders Bell Pavilion.

50 years of giving: App State families change lives, build legacies
Jul 14, 2022

BOONE, N.C. — Appalachian State University alumni have often said that once you become part of the Mountaineer community, you never truly leave. Whi...

Dennis Covington ’92, left, and his wife, Katherine, have donated $1.3 million in support of facilities for App State Athletics and academic resources for the Walker College of Business. They are pictured in the end zone of Kidd Brewer Stadium during an App State football game.

App State alum donates $1.3 million in support of App State Athletics and Walker College of Business
Jun 22, 2022

BOONE, N.C. — Dennis Covington ’92 and his wife, Katherine, have made a $1.3 million gift to Appalachian State University in support of facilities...

Dean’s Club Scholar Spotlight: Brandy Crump

Brandy Crump '22: My financial burden is reduced, and now my sleepless nights will never go to waste
Dec 15, 2021

Brandy Crump is a senior from Charlotte, graduating in May 2022,  and is a double major in Finance & Banking and Risk Management & Insura...

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Honor App State Accounting Professor Tim Forsyth
Nov 30, 2020

After 31 years of learning, leadership and love demonstrated in the Appalachian community, Accounting Professor Timothy (Tim) Forsyth is preparing for...

Appalachian State University’s Zoe Huffines, from Holly Springs, is a senior majoring in management and minoring in both sustainable business and experiential, integrative learning. After she graduates in May 2021, she plans to pursue a master’s degree in higher education at App State. Photo by Marie Freeman

Rising above adversity: A Mountaineer’s road to success
Nov 18, 2020

BOONE, N.C. — Zoe Huffines, an Appalachian State University senior from Holly Springs, credits her academic success to the help of mentors — a hig...

Dawn Medlin presents a gift to Doris Medlin, to recognize the establishment of the Bob and Doris Medlin Scholarship, named for Medlin.

Dr. Dawn Medlin retires, Walker College invites former students and App State community to support future students
Jul 27, 2020

After more than 30 years as a professor at Appalachian State University, Dr. Dawn Medlin is set to retire.A long-time friend and mentor to Appalachian...

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The "Boonerang" Effect: Mike and Rachel Clifton '03
Feb 14, 2020

Like so many who came before them, graduates Mike and Rachel Clifton ’03 enrolled at Appalachian State University after falling in love with the cam...

Retired Bank of America CEO Ken Lewis, fourth from right, speaks with prospective Appalachian students during an MGSI executive leadership panel. Also pictured, from right, are Robinson Bradshaw Group Leader Dianne Bailey, Recreational Facilities and Services Manager Steve Camp, Westglow Resort & Spa owner Bonnie Schaefer, Lewis, and retired Balfour Beatty CEO Bob Hambright. Photo submitted

Lewis Scholarship in Business provides full funding
Oct 16, 2018

For the past four years, retired Bank of America CEO Ken Lewis has helped cultivate the next generation of business leaders through his participation ...