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CARE research helps provide rationale for big data hackathon overseas
Dec 12, 2018

Research from Appalachian State University's Center for Analytics Research & Education (CARE) helped provide rationale for a...

Dr. Tammy Kowalczyk, a professor of accounting in the Walker College of Business, has been appointed to serve as the interim director of Appalachian State University's Research Institute for Environment, Energy and Economics (RIEEE), effective January 2, 2019.

Accounting professor to serve as interim director of RIEEE - Research Institute for Environment, Energy and Economics
Dec 12, 2018

Dr. Tammy Kowalczyk, a professor of accounting in the Walker College of Business, has been appointed to serve as the interim director of Appalachian State University's ...

Appalachian's Beta Gamma Sigma chapter earns highest honors

Appalachian's Beta Gamma Sigma chapter earns highest honors
Jul 31, 2018

Appalachian State University's chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma has been named a Highest Honors Chapter, which is the highest level of recognition...

Appalachian leads in analytics education, implements SAS Viya for students
Jul 31, 2018

Thanks to an ongoing partnership with SAS Institute, Appalachian State University is on the leading edge of analytics education and research.

Appalachian’s Team Sunergy ties for second place in 2018 American Solar Challenge
Jul 24, 2018

Appalachian State University’s solar vehicle team has secured a second-place tie in the 2018 American Solar Challenge (ASC), an international...

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Making students environment-conscious
Jul 22, 2018

An article from Dr. Rajat Panwar, associate professor of sustainable business management in the Walker College of Business at Appalachian State...

Business students travel to South America to examine sustainability
Jul 20, 2018

Eighteen Appalachian State University students visited Brazil, the Amazon Jungle and Rio de Janeiro May 13-May 24, 2018 as part of a Walker...

Sywassink Award winners from Appalachian State University’s Walker College of Business are, from left, Greg Langdon, Jamie Parson, Onur Ince, Jane Fitchlee, Dawn Medlin, Jesse Pipes and Pia Albinsson. (Photo by Sabrina Cheves)

Sywassink Awards conferred to 7 faculty and staff members in Appalachian’s Walker College of Business
Jul 17, 2018

BOONE, N.C. — Four Appalachian State University faculty members and one staff member in the ...

From left, sustainable business minor Hunter Bristow, finance and banking major Diego Lewis, and environmental economics and policy major Kali Smith, help make up the 2018 crew of 15 taking Appalachian State University’s Cruiser Class solar car ROSE (Racing on Solar Energy)

Walker College students crew ROSE (Racing on Solar Energy)
Jul 10, 2018

Three Walker College of Business students help make up the 2018 crew of Appalachian State University's Cruiser Class solar car ROSE (Racing on...

Riley Underwood, second from left, and Kyle Hollars, third from left — both students at Mabel School in Watauga County who compose team Sunlight Foods — pose with Jonathan Carpenter, assistant director of the WCOB’s Transportation Insight Center for Entrepreneurship, far left, and Robert E. “Bob” Washburn, president and CEO of LifeStore. Underwood and Hollars won an honorable mention in the middle school category of Appalachian’s GEAR UP Pitch Competition for their idea of developing a food market in Zionvi

Innovative business ideas win regional students scholarships in Appalachian’s GEAR UP Pitch Competition
Jul 10, 2018

BOONE, N.C. — An organic, homemade sanitizer spray and a car pedal extension device took the top spots in the inaugural GEAR UP Pitch Competition...