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Walker College of Business featured in The Princeton Review’s 'Best 296 Business Schools'Walker College of Business featured in The Princeton Review’s “Best 296 Business Schools”
This honors the Walker College of Business as one of the nation’s most outstanding business schools, according to the review. [ more ]
Sustainability research forum held Oct. 22Sustainability research forum held Oct. 22
The first Sustainability Research Forum will be held Oct. 22 at Appalachian to highlight the sustainability-focused scholarly activities and creative endeavors of Appalachian’s distinguished faculty. [ more ]
Appalachian retains its military friendly school statusAppalachian retains its military friendly school status
Appalachian State University continues to be recognized as a military friendly school by Victory Media, which compiles the annual Military Friendly Schools list. [ more ]
The queen and king of AppalachianThe queen and king of Appalachian
Jayna Duckenfield was crowned homecoming queen and Michael Grimes was crowned homecoming king during halftime of the Mountaineer football game Oct. 11 at Appalachian's Kidd Brewer Stadium. [ more ]
Latin American films shown Oct. 23 and Nov. 6 at AppalachianLatin American films shown Oct. 23 and Nov. 6
“Tangos Among Friends” and “The Official Story” are the next two films in the Latin American Film Festival at Appalachian. Admission to the films is free. [ more ]
North Carolina Dance Festival to be presented Oct. 23-25N.C. Dance Festival to be presented Oct. 23-25
Appalachian's Department of Theatre and Dance presents the 24th Annual North Carolina Dance Festival (NCDF), a touring celebration that showcases the work of dance artists from across the state. [ more ]
Artist Janet Echelman presents ‘Reshaping Public Space’ Oct. 29Janet Echelman presents ‘Reshaping Public Space’
Artist Janet Echelman will present the lecture “Reshaping Public Space” Oct. 29 at Appalachian. Echelman will discuss her work that intersects fine art, ancient craft, technology, architecture and public art. [ more ]

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