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Appalachian partners to present as part of Boone Chamber Insight Series

Appalachian partners to present as part of Boone Chamber Insight Series
Jun 14, 2019

Appalachian State University leaders and alumni will present as part of the Boone Chamber of Commerce Insight Series, which focuses on leadership development and career affirmation while...

Eric Cheek ’18, Quantitative Geoscience major and Carly Maas, senior, Quantitative Geoscience major, measuring stream discharge in Boone Creek. Photo by Dr. William Anderson.

Survey respondents willing to pay for stormwater management and reduce negative effects from runoff
Jun 11, 2019

Using the Boone Creek watershed that runs through Appalachian State University’s campus as a laboratory, an interdisciplinary research team at Appalachian has been studying impacts from...

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A Celebration of Women's History Month: Women in Business Panel Discussion
Feb 15, 2019

A Celebration of Women's History Month: Women in Business Panel Discussion

Thursday, March 14th, 2019...

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Appalachian to host finance alumni social in Charlotte Feb. 28
Feb 15, 2019

Members of Appalachian State University's Department of Finance, Banking and Insurance Advisory Board will host a social for...

The weather is predictably unpredictable, and -- as Appalachian State University students and faculty can attest -- seemingly more so in Boone, North Carolina, than in other locales. A February morning is captured in this photo by MBA alumnus and Appalachian assistant marketing director Chris Grulke '18. Grulke snapped the picture of Peacock Hall during unseasonably pleasant weather, around 52 degrees at approximately 10:00 a.m. on February 5, 2019. The path to Peacock Hall (and perhaps a pot of gold?) is b

Dean's Update, Winter 2019
Feb 11, 2019

Connecting Students to Jobs

Last week, our students took time to rest and reset during Appalachian’s spring break. This week, we’re back to...

Appalachian’s undergraduate accounting program — “Best for the Money” in 2019

Appalachian’s undergraduate accounting program — “Best for the Money” in 2019
Feb 10, 2019

For the second year in a row, College Factual has recognized Appalachian State University’s undergraduate accounting program in...

Joesph Miller is the owner of both CoBo Sushi and Black Cat Burrito. Miller is from Colorado and the name of his sushi restaurant is a play on "Colorado" and "Boone."

Alumnus Profile: Entrepreneur Joe Miller
Feb 9, 2019

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College Factual names Appalachian’s hospitality and tourism management program a 2019 ‘Best for the Money’

College Factual names Appalachian’s hospitality and tourism management program a 2019 ‘Best for the Money’
Feb 8, 2019

Appalachian State University’s hospitality and tourism management program has been recognized as a “Best Value for the...

From left are Alia Dahlan, Carson Walsh, Dr. Brandy Hadley, Cooper Haynes and Amanda Kurland

Bowden Investment Group students participate in stock pitch competition at the University of Georgia
Feb 8, 2019

For the fourth consecutive year, a team of students from Appalachian State University competed at the University of Georgia's Student Managed...

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Economics professor's advice on the best and worst cities for football fans
Feb 6, 2019

Wallethub recently posted an article presenting research on 2019’s best and worst cities for Football fans and cited Dr. Peter Groothuis as an...

In Pictures: Peacock Hall rainbow

In Pictures: Peacock Hall rainbow
Feb 5, 2019

The weather is predictably unpredictable, and -- as Appalachian State University students and faculty can attest -- seemingly more so in Boone,...