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  • Appalachian State University / Boone, North Carolina
    and certificate programs to help you achieve your goals Arts Athletics Sustainability Global Learning News Sonyé Randolph joins Appalachian s Office of Equity Diversity and Compliance February 16 2016 Following a national search Sonyé Randolph has been hired to serve as Appalachian s first full time Equal Opportunity Title IX investigator in the Office of Equity Diversity and Compliance EDC Appalachian kicks off Theatre in Our Schools Month Feb 27 registration now open The Appalachian State University Department of Theatre and Dance is hosting a day of theatre workshops to celebrate the start of Theatre in Our Schools TIOS month in March Appalachian receives 150 000 grant to implement the Mandela Washington Fellowship Institute February 10 2016 Appalachian State University has received a 150 000 grant from The International Research Exchanges Board IREX to implement a six week Mandela Washington Fellowship MWF Institute on campus Connect NC bond includes 70 million for Beaver College of Health Sciences building January 23 2016 On March 15 2016 North Carolina voters will decide on a proposed 2 billion bond package that would enable statewide investments in higher education safety parks recreation and water and sewer infrastructure improvements News University News Appalachian Magazine Mountaineer Athletics The Appalachian Events Feb 17 Guest Recital Eleonora Karpukhova February 17 2016 8 00 pm Award winning Russian pianist Eleonora Karpukhova s performance will include Ballade in G minor op 23 and three waltzes by Chopin and the concert suite from Tchaikovsky s Nutcracker ballet Feb 18 18th Annual Polar Plunge February 18 2016 3 00 pm The brave the creatively costumed and those with a heart for giving are invited to participate in the 18th annual Polar Plunge Feb 18 at Appalachian State University s duck pond All of the money raised for the Polar Plunge remains in

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  • Appalachian State University / Research
    improve athletic performance and recovery January 13 2016 Bennett named interim director of the Research Institute for Environment Energy and Economics January 8 2016 Appalachian expands opportunities in China through a new relationship with Wenzhou University January 8 2016 Appalachian professors help transform higher education in Kurdistan January 7 2016 Geology faculty and students contribute to better understanding of early climate change during the Devonian and Carboniferous Periods December 11 2015 Grains of sand hold clues to the history of Alaska s glaciers December 10 2015 Latest issue of the Appalachian Journal focuses on Appalachian music December 9 2015 Appalachian joins the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research December 2 2015 Slow recovery after running New research shows why and what to do about it November 30 2015 Student shares love of dinosaurs November 18 2015 More research news University News Office of Research Apply Visit Info Professional Development Opportunities from the Office of Research View the Office of Research calendar of events Appalachian faculty actively engage in research Find out more about our Research Centers and Institutes here Appalachian Energy Center Center for Appalachian Studies Center for Economic Research Policy Analysis Transportation Insight Center for Entrepreneurship Research Institute for Environment Energy and Economics RIEEE Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Institute for Health and Human Services IHHS Center for Judaic Holocaust and Peace Studies Graduate Research Associate Mentoring Program The Cratis D Williams School of Graduate Studies has a competitive assistantship program which pays a stipend to graduate students who collaborate with faculty members on their research projects Learn more The North Carolina Research Campus a public private research center Appalachian partners with the North Carolina Research Campus providing our students with extraordinary opportunities to engage in collaborative and multidisciplinary research in human health nutrition and agriculture North Carolina Research Campus Energy Research Appalachian Atmospheric Interdisciplinary Research AppalAIR Appalachian Energy Center Collaborative Biodiesel Project North Carolina Wind Energy Research Institute for Environment Energy and Economics RIEEE Solar Research and Teaching Lab Southern Appalachian Environmental Research and Education Group State Farm Solar Research Facility System International Research Development When individuals from countries and cultures across the globe can share knowledge and experience with one another all nations benefit Find out more about the research in which our faculty staff and students are engaging in crosses boundaries and borders for the betterment of all Resources and support Are you a faculty member staff member or student looking for resources for your research endeavors Start here to find some terrific resources available to help A Grants internal approval process Digital Scholarship and Initiatives Cratis D Williams School of Graduate Studies Grants Resources Services International Research Development Office of Research Research Consultation Research Protections Office of Student Research Special Funds Accounting Sponsored Programs University Libraries University Research Council News Key Appalachian studies publications to be made available online through NEH and Mellon grant Appalachian studies scholars and those interested in regional history will have greater access to out of print works thanks

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  • Appalachian State University / The Arts
    Appalachian Department of Applied Design Department of Art Department of English Expressive Arts Therapy Hayes School of Music Department of Theatre Dance Robert F Gilley Recording Studio Split Rail Records Apply Visit Info Arts Calendar Find out about upcoming arts and cultural events at Appalachian Plan your visit Get Tickets Where to Park Directions Where to Eat Stay Tier 2000 by Ann Melanie From the Rosen Outdoor Scuplture Exhibition Find your Art at the Turchin Center Bale Folclorico comes to App and watch what happens News Appalachian kicks off Theatre in Our Schools Month Feb 27 registration now open The Appalachian State University Department of Theatre and Dance is hosting a day of theatre workshops to celebrate the start of Theatre in Our Schools TIOS month in March Manual Pixeling exhibit on display at Looking Glass Gallery The Looking Glass Gallery LGG presents Manual Pixeling an exhibition featuring work by Taekyeom Lee The exhibit will be on view Jan 13 Feb 17 Latest issue of the Appalachian Journal focuses on Appalachian music December 9 2015 The Appalachian Journal has published its first special edition on Appalachian music This double issue vol 42 nos 3 4 is the largest one in the journal s 42 year history with 300 plus pages and 60 plus contributors Joseph Bathanti collaborates on veteran focused literary project November 11 2015 Words from veterans across North Carolina were transformed into the acclaimed theatrical production Deployed and now are the focus of a new video released by the North Carolina Arts Council Events Feb 17 Artist Reception Taekyeom Lee February 17 2016 7 30 pm The Looking Glass Gallery LGG proudly presents Manual Pixeling an exhibition featuring work by Taekyeom Lee Manual Pixeling will be on view Jan 13 Feb 17 Feb 17 Guest Recital Eleonora Karpukhova

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  • Appalachian State University / Athletics
    in the Sun Belt Conference except for field hockey and wrestling For more varsity sports information visit http www appstatesports com Men s Sports Baseball Basketball Cross Country Football Golf Track and Field Soccer Tennis Wrestling Women s Sports Basketball Cross Country Field Hockey Golf Soccer Softball Tennis Track and Field Volleyball Premier Athletic Facilities Appalachian boasts some of the finest athletics facilities that collegiate sports have to offer The crown jewel is Kidd Brewer Stadium and the neighboring Appalachian Athletics Center which houses training and academic areas for all 20 varsity sports plus club seating and luxury suites for Mountaineer football Appalachian Soccer Stadium at the Ted Mackorell Soccer Complex Beaver Field at Jim and Bettie Smith Stadium Brandon and Erica M Adcock Field at Appalachian Field Hockey Stadium Don Kennedy Trails Golf Indoor Performance Lab Holmes Convocation Center Kidd Brewer Stadium Sofield Family Indoor Practice Facility Sywassink Lloyd Family Softball Stadium Varsity Gymnasium Camps Clinics Find out more about youth athletic camps for future Mountaineers Youth Athletic Camps Playing for Fun University Recreation UREC Interested in club sports intramurals aquatics personal fitness programs or outdoor adventures in rafting rock climbing backpacking and caving See what UREC has to offer Learn More Recreation Facilities Exercise is key to overall health and wellness and Appalachian offers excellent recreation facilities including the Student Recreation Center SRC which features a 50 foot climbing wall cardio theater weight room indoor track and a 50 meter swimming pool Learn More about recreation facilities and programs including personal fitness training for students faculty and staff Student Recreation and Fitness Faculty and Staff Recreation and Fitness Apply Visit Info Tickets Appalachian State Athletics charges admission for football men s basketball women s basketball and baseball All other sporting events are free of charge and open to the public Currently enrolled students receive complimentary tickets and need to print their tickets for football and men s basketball games Get Tickets Plan your visit Get Tickets Where to Park Directions Where to Eat and Stay Get your App Gear Shop the official Appalachian State Athletics Store for the latest most in demand App State merchandise Upcoming Games Find game schedules and results Fan Zone Find photo galleries desktop and mobile phone wallpaper go behind the scenes with David Jackson and more Join the Yosef Club Provide student athletes with the resources to further their education while pursuing their athletic dreams Yosef Club members receive tangible benefits as well Learn more App State Wins Sun Belt Graduation Rate Award Appalachian State University athletics collected one of the Sun Belt Conference s most prestigious honors when it was named the winner of the Sun Belt s 2015 Institutional Graduation Rate Award Chancellor Everts on Sun Belt Celebration Day Chancellor Everts comments from Sun Belt Celebration Day Follow App State Sports Appalachian State Athletics Social Media Watch and Listen Online Get real time games and stats live via audio and video News O Keefe Named Men s Soccer Head Coach January

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  • Appalachian State University / Sustainability
    have steadfastly continued to live by and practice this same philosophy today with the mission to improve the environment economic and social equity of our community region and world Our 5 year institutional strategic plan The Appalachian Experience Envisioning a Just and Sustainable Future emphasizes a vision to be an influential world citizen and to develop a distinctive identity built on the university s strengths location and tradition Strategic Plan Statement of Sustainability Mission Vision and Values Engaged sustainable scholarship in a living laboratory Balancing critical creative and global thinking Appalachian s dedicated faculty and staff develop innovative methods for teaching and modeling a holistic view of sustainability to meet the present and future needs of our students and the citizens of our community region nation and world Find out more about sustainability related academic engagement at Appalachian Transforming theory into practice Appalachian students engage in service learning experiences which foster responsible citizenship while providing direct economic benefits to our community Service Learning Civic Engagement Service Learning Faculty Scholars Incorporating Service Learning into the curriculum Sustainability means creating healthy just societies We embrace our obligation to help create healthy just and sustainable societies by equipping our students to live with knowledge compassion dedication humility and dignity This means embracing diversity of thought belief and community and supporting the wellness and health of our community in a variety of ways In doing so we foster faculty and staff excellence and create environments in which students can thrive Appalachian Cares Student Wellness Health Safety Diversity at Appalachian Robert F Kennedy Jr on choosing to preserve our assets Apply Visit Info Sustainability Events Calendar Find out about upcoming sustainability events at Appalachian What does sustainability mean Learn about Appalachian s holistic Three E s approach to sustainability Environment Economics Social Equity Resources Office

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  • Appalachian State University / Global Learning
    and Exchange through iPALS Service Learning Abroad International Friendship Program Intercultural Outreach Cultural Ambassadors International Research When individuals across the globe can share knowledge and experience with one another all nations benefit Learn about specialized overseas research and learning opportunities and how students and faculty can attend conferences attain internships and publish in international settings Appalachian s international research projects Appalachian s international research partners Your Global Appalachian Education We live in a changing world one in which international borders are less apparent and less relevant Events far away affect our lives sometimes instantaneously employers want employees who can speak languages other than English and can work effectively with people from different cultures Today there is no such thing as a foreigner only those who can demonstrate global competencies and those who cannot Global learning is a gateway to identifying intellectual connections At Appalachian you will be empowered to make these discoveries and you ll find that the more you understand about the wider world the better informed more compassionate more aware and more fully human you will be The Global Connections Certificate Global Studies at Appalachian Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum CLAC Global Learning Opportunities Models of Global Learning Apply Visit Info Event Calendar Save the dates for these events Appalachian Global Symposium Appalachian Global Leadership Awards International Education Week Resources for International Students International Student and Scholar Services IntApp Undergraduate Admissions Graduate School Admissions News Blogs and Photo Galleries Read up on Appalachian s international news read the travel blogs of App students and check out their photo galleries A Tale of Two Visits Lessons Learned from Traveling to Cuba Dr Joe Gonzalez describes a recent study abroad trip to Cuba with 15 students 2 colleagues and no Internet Dr Martin Mezner holds a round table discussion

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  • Connect NC for App State
    rating saves North Carolina taxpayers millions of dollars Because our state is paying off our existing debt rapidly overall debt levels will not increase with this new bond If approved by voters over 980 million of the bond revenues will fund improvement and expansion projects across the University of North Carolina system What will the Connect NC bond do for Appalachian Funding from the Connect NC bond will provide 70 million for Appalachian to build a facility for the Beaver College of Health Sciences Since its founding in 2008 the number of students taught by Beaver College of Health Sciences faculty has doubled and departments in the college are located in numerous locations across the Appalachian campus A facility for the Beaver College of Health Sciences will allow for interprofessional collaboration among all program areas in the college including Nursing Social Work Nutrition and Health and Exercise Science Academic and public service programs will be strengthened by this collaboration The building complex would be constructed in association with the Appalachian Regional health care System which also donated the land for the building site The work also would include renovations to Edwin Duncan Hall which was built in 1965 Located in close proximity to Watauga Medical Center the learning facility would greatly expand the volume and quality of education research and public service for the community and region What would a new home for the Beaver College of Health Sciences look like View a 3 D rendering here How will the Connect NC bond allow Appalachian to better serve North Carolina With funding from the Connect NC bond Appalachian will expand its capacity to provide health care professionals for North Carolina With qualified health care professionals and health care educators Appalachian can help meet the demand created by a critical shortage of health care access particularly for residents in the rural areas of our state Chancellor Sheri N Everts While primary care supply is currently strong overall in North Carolina uneven distribution in rural areas means many areas of North Carolina qualify as a primary care Health Professional Shortage Areas HPSAs The current primary care workforce and workforce in training in North Carolina are not adequate to handle the large increase in the demand for health care services particularly in rural areas Appalachian has entered into an innovative partnership with Wake Forest University to increase access to health care for rural North Carolinians Increased access to quality health care will increase life expectancy for the citizens of North Carolina Additionally as better health care lowers overall health care costs future health care costs borne by the state could decrease Bureau of Labor Statistics data project high demand for qualified health care professionals By the year 2022 available jobs are projected to exceed 3 2 million nationwide Appalachian s ability to help meet these needs is constrained without a facility Dr Kathleen Ryman Chair of the Department of Nursing talks about the impact having a home for Appalachian s Beaver College of

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  • Appalachian State University / Employment
    commitment to environmental preservation as well as economic and social equity means we are working toward a more just and sustainable future for all Learn More Embracing Diversity of Thought Belief and Community At Appalachian we are committed to fostering a community culture that is a microcosm of and responsive to the beliefs identities practices and values needed for constructive engagement in our increasingly global community In this spirit of inclusion we value diversity of thought belief and community as essential to the interdisciplinary approach to education as well as to the greater life experience Diversity at Appalachian Equity Diversity Compliance Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Plan International Employees Diversifying Appalachian s Applicant Pools Student employment Are you an App student looking for a job on or off campus Appalachian offers assistance in finding employment for students on campus career development resources for those getting ready to graduate and job fair opportunities for employers who are looking for critical thinkers and creative problem solvers Find information and resources here Learn More Finding your way to and around campus Directions to Campus Directions to the Office of Human Resources Campus maps Parking on campus About the area Where to eat and stay Watauga County Schools Town of Boone Boone Weather Resources and Support Diversity at Appalachian Training and Professional Development New Employee Forms Perks for Appalachian Employees Discounts for university employees Helpful resources for new employees Tuition waiver program Health promotion for faculty and staff Counseling for faculty and staff Faculty and academic development Support for families with special needs Benefits Find out about health insurance types of leave domestic partner benefits and more Classification Compensation Learn about different employee classifications find North Carolina career banding pay schedules job requirements and definitions here Key Employee Resources Office of Equity Diversity Compliance Office

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