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Learning in the High Country — beyond the classroom
Aug 6, 2020

BOONE, N.C. — Appalachian State University students and alumni often refer to the university as their “home on the mountain.” The use of this physical reference point for Appalachian reflects the...

CARE researchers create buzz with recent article in the Journal of Apicultural Research

CARE researchers create buzz with recent article in the Journal of Apicultural Research
Aug 4, 2020

A century of discovery: Mining 100 years of honey, is creating a buzz having been recently included in the Journal of Apicultural Research.

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 business students, Dr. Medlin could...

Hospitality professor weighs in on Washington Post's article about travel companies' scrutiny of animal attractions

Hospitality professor weighs in on Washington Post's article about travel companies' scrutiny of animal attractions
Nov 22, 2019

Walker College of Business associate professor of management, Dr. Carol Kline, was quoted in a recent article from the Washington Post about a...

Pictured in the front row, left to right, are Amy Roberts, accounting manager; Jenny Koehn, associate director of student programs; Karen Laws, administrative support associate; Dr. Sheri Everts, Appalachian’s chancellor; Karen Wilkinson, administrative support associate; Anna Basnight, technology application analyst; Selena Dollar, university program specialist; Patsy Synder, accounting technician; Brian Brown, director of electronic student services; and Lee Hawkins, observatory engineer.

In Pictures: Walker College staff member honored by university for service
Nov 22, 2019

Appalachian State University honored more than 120 staff members who have served the university for 20 years or more at the inaugural Chancellor’...

Walker College of Business named a best business school by The Princeton Review

Walker College of Business named a best business school by The Princeton Review
Nov 19, 2019

The Walker College of Business at Appalachian State University is one of the nation's most outstanding business schools, according to The...

Eight earn awards for outstanding international engagement

Eight earn awards for outstanding international engagement
Nov 18, 2019

Four Appalachian State University business students and four faculty members have earned awards from the Walker College of Business for...

Students earn prize money to develop business at App State's shark-tank-style pitch competition

Students earn prize money to develop business at App State's shark-tank-style pitch competition
Nov 18, 2019

Feeding backyard birds is a favorite activity amongst birdwatchers and backyard bird enthusiasts. Appalachian State University sophomore Evan...

App State accounting organization earns superior status for 27th consecutive year

App State accounting organization earns superior status for 27th consecutive year
Nov 13, 2019

Appalachian State University's chapter of Beta Alpha Psi (Epsilon Kappa Chapter) has earned Superior status for the most recent term. The...

Inaugural class of Summit Certified students

Twenty nine Walker College students are first to earn Summit Certification
Nov 8, 2019

Twenty-nine Appalachian State University students are the first to receive a new Summit Certification offered through the Brantley Risk &...

Dr. Nana Vezi-Magigaba

Visiting South African professor shares expertise in social entrepreneurship with Walker students
Nov 4, 2019

This fall, Walker College of Business students have the opportunity to learn more about social entrepreneurship through an international lens...

24 hour marketing event helps local nonprofits generate business
Nov 1, 2019

While most students spend their Saturdays on the Blue Ridge Parkway or watching TV, a group of 24 students spent their weekend of Oct. 26 and 27...