The new John E. Thomas sculpture sits outside the main entrance of John E. Thomas Hall on App State’s Boone campus.

App State unveils new sculpture of former Chancellor John E. Thomas
May 23, 2024

BOONE, N.C. — Appalachian State University unveiled a new sculpture of former App State Chancellor John E. Thomas on its Boone campus on May 9. The sculpture sits outside the main entrance of...

App State releases the Dean’s and Chancellor’s lists for the Spring 2024 semester
May 22, 2024

Appalachian State University has released the Dean’s and Chancellor’s lists for the Spring 2024 semester.

879 students in the Walker College of Business earned Dean's list honors and 323...

During App State’s Spring 2024 Commencement, undergraduate students celebrated the tradition of moving their tassels as they joined the more than 147,000 alumni of the university. Just over 4,000 students graduated during the commencement ceremonies, which took place May 10 and 11 on the Boone campus.

Over 4,000 App State grads set to innovate, embrace new challenges and better their communities
May 21, 2024

BOONE, N.C. — Thousands of graduates, each with their own unique stories, crossed the stage at Appalachian State University’s Spring 2024 Commencement ceremonies on May 10 and 11, equipped with...

Zach Hunt measured for a business suit by Corner Tailors Founder Merrick Marquie

RMI student wins Corner Tailors suit
Oct 22, 2015

Junior Risk Management & Insurance (RMI) major Zach Hunt is the new owner of a Corner Tailors business suit.

Ms. North Carolina Allie Dunn

Walker College student named Miss North Carolina 2016
Oct 22, 2015

  Allison "Allie" Dunn of Matthews, NC has been named Miss North Carolina USA 2016.

Bonnie Schaefer giving lecture

Former Claire’s Stores co-CEO says self-esteem and work ethic have been keys to her success
Oct 15, 2015

Working for the family business isn't always easy, but the rewards can be great. Just ask Bonnie Schaefer, owner of Westglow Resort...

Lessons from Belize

Lessons from Belize
Oct 13, 2015

Sometimes learning that you don’t have all of the answers is the most important lesson a service program abroad can teach you. For two recent...

Gamma Iota Sigma student group photo

Gamma Iota Sigma travels to Chicago for annual International GIS Conference
Oct 12, 2015

The Walker College of Business' Gamma Iota Sigma (GIS) Rho chapter, consisting of Risk Management & Insurance and Actuarial Sciences majors,...

Dean's Club grant research poster session scheduled October 22
Oct 6, 2015

Twelve Walker College of Business professors and four business students will present their research through a poster session in Peacock Hall on...