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Archive for June, 2005

Playwright Linney visits Appalachian for Lecture and Performance July 7

BOONE – Appalachian State University’s Carol Grotnes Belk Distinguished Lecture features playwright Romulus Linney at the Broyhill Inn & Conference Center at 2 p.m. July 7.

Utter to Head New Office of Student Research at Appalachian

061605utter_dl.jpgBOONE – Alan C. Utter, a professor in Appalachian State University’s Department of Health, Leisure and Exercise Science, has been named director of the university’s newly established Office of Student Research.

Appalachian Math Camps Open June 20 and 27

BOONE – Space remains available in the eighth annual Math Camp sponsored by the Department of Mathematical Sciences and the Math and Science Education Center at Appalachian State University.

Student Named Finalist in Nationwide Radio-Mercury Award

radio.jpgBOONE– Martin Schelsinger of Raleigh, a rising senior at Appalachian State University, was one of four finalists in the national Radio-Mercury Awards 2005 Student Category.

Regional Economy Continues to Improve

BOONE -Western North Carolina’s economy continued to show signs of improvement in April, according to data compiled in the Western North Carolina Economic Index.

Baseball Connects Students

11.jpgBOONE – A group of 7-and 8-year-olds are learning the joy and skills of baseball, thanks to help from Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity members at Appalachian State University.

Pilates Lessons Offered at Appalachian

051705pilates.jpgBOONE – Space remains available in Pilates classes being offered this summer by Appalachian State University’s Department of Theatre and Dance.

Jubilee Chorus Performs June 17 and 18

jubilee.jpgBOONE – Celebrating its ninth season, the High Country Jubilee Chorus will present two concerts this month featuring sacred, folk and popular songs.

Business Faculty Recognized for Excellence

By Marsha Turner

060205faculty_dl.jpgBOONE – Four Appalachian State University faculty in the Walker College of Business have received the college’s 2005 Award for Excellence.