Suzi Mills, an associate professor in Appalachian State University’s Hayes School of Music, plans to share that musical history through a study abroad program May 16-June 7 titled “The Power of Music in South Africa.” Mills coordinates the music education program at Appalachian.
Archive for January, 2009
BOONE—North Carolina is considered one of the most progressive states in the nation when it comes to incorporating the town/county manager model of local government. All 100 counties in the state have professional administration, but about one-third of the state’s 500-plus cities or towns do not, usually because of financial constraints.
Hydrogen-powered transit and commuter rail featured at fifth international hydrail conference in Charlotte
BOONE – Innovative hydrogen technology for streetcar and commuter rail applications will be featured at the fifth International Hydrail Conference June 11-12 in Charlotte, N.C. The conference is hosted by the Appalachian State University Energy Center, the Charlotte Research Institute at UNC Charlotte and the Hydrogen Economy Action Team of Mooresville.