Entrepreneurs, electricians, contractors and others learned about the latest in photovoltaic technology during a two-day workshop hosted by Appalachian State University’s Department of Technology conducted by John Hardwick with Sharp Solar Systems.
Appalachian Scene Archive
Professor’s short story collection selected for St. Andrews Presbyterian College summer reading program
LAURINBURG—The critically acclaimed book “The High Heart” by Appalachian State University professor Joseph Bathanti has been selected for the summer reading assignment for incoming freshmen at St. Andrews Presbyterian College.
Best friends forever, these College of Arts and Sciences graduates are ecstatic to complete their college degree and begin their next adventure: pursuing careers. They were among the approximately 1,700 students who graduated from Appalachian State University during ceremonies May 10 and 11. (photo by university photographer Marie Freeman)
BOONE—Appalachian State University is seeking 500 individuals between the ages of 30-85 to participate in a study to determine the effectiveness of quercetin in reducing sickness from upper respiratory infections. Quercetin is a natural antioxidant derived from plants, such as red apples, red grapes and broccoli.