Morgan Preston of Vicksburg, Michigan, has been selected to receive Angelo State University’s 2022 Presidential Award as the top graduate in her class, while five other ASU graduating seniors have been selected for 2021-22 Distinguished Student Awards from their respective academic colleges.
Dr. David Bixler, chair of the Angelo State University Department of Physics and Geosciences, has been appointed the new dean of ASU’s College of Graduate Studies and Research, effective June 1.
Angelo State University has entered into an agreement for Howard College to become the first partner institution in the new Ram Ready Engineering program that will provide community college students an accelerated pathway and smoother transition into ASU engineering degree programs.
Angelo State University’s student chapter of the American Chemical Society (ACS) has received a Commendable Award from the national ACS Committee on Education for the chapter’s activities during the 2020-21 academic year.
Angelo State University has been awarded a $4.77 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education for a new project designed to enhance ASU’s enrollment, retention and graduation rates for Hispanic, low-income and other under-represented student groups in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.
Dr. Kenneth Carrell, an assistant professor of physics at Angelo State University, has been awarded a two-year, $105,535 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to fund an astrophysics research project that will also involve ASU undergraduate students.
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Angelo State University’s Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in natural resource management degree program has been ranked among the nation’s “Best Bachelor’s Degrees in Environmental Management” by the Study.com higher education resource guide.
Dr. Paul Dawkins received the Annie and John Selden Award from the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) in summer 2020 for his accomplishments in mathematics education research.
The members of Angelo State University’s largest-ever graduating class of over 1,100 students are scheduled to walk the stage during five spring commencement ceremonies on Friday and Saturday, May 14-15, in the Junell Center/Stephens Arena, 2235 S. Jackson St.
Phyllis Kate Creecy of Denton has been selected to receive Angelo State University’s 2021 Presidential Award as the top graduate in her class, while five other ASU graduating seniors have been selected for 2021 Distinguished Student Awards from their respective academic colleges.
Jazlynn Lewis of Bandera and Zoey Stormes of Keller, both students in the Angelo State University Honors Program, have been selected for 2021 Fulbright Canada – MITACS Globalink Research Internships.
Katie Holland, a second-year biology student in the Angelo State University Honors Program, has been awarded a 2021 Goldwater Scholarship, which is considered the nation’s most prestigious undergraduate scholarship in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.
Angelo State University has introduced a new Provost’s Scholars Program that will allow qualifying faculty members “course release time” to take time off from teaching to conduct research and other scholarly activities.
Kamren Jefferson of Upper Marlboro, Md., and Zoey Stormes of Keller, biology students at Angelo State University, both won top prizes for their research presentations at the recent annual meeting of the Texas Society of Mammalogists (TSM) that was conducted virtually this year.
Linda Abernathy, a civil engineering student at Angelo State University, has been awarded this year’s $5,000 Molitoris Leadership Scholarship for Undergraduates from the Heart of Texas Chapter of the Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS), an international organization dedicated to advancing women in transportation careers.
The Angelo State University Agriculture Department’s student Wool Judging Team took first place and ASU’s Joleen Frost of San Angelo won the individual championship at the 2021 San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo Collegiate Wool Judging Contest on Feb. 26 in San Antonio.
Angelo State University has received a $100,000 grant from the American Electric Power (AEP) Foundation to fund an endowment that will support the new Engineering Student Hub in the ASU Vincent Building. In recognition of that generosity, the facility has been renamed the AEP Foundation Engineering Student Hub.
Angelo State University’s Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (B.S.C.E.) degree program has earned accreditation by the ABET Engineering Accreditation Commission, retroactive to October 2018.
Dr. Kyle Beran, chair of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Angelo State University, has been selected by the College Board Advanced Placement (AP) Program as the next AP Chemistry chief faculty consultant.
For the 12th consecutive year, Angelo State University has been listed by The Princeton Review as one of the country’s best institutions for undergraduate education, an honor that goes to only about 13% of the nation’s more than 3,000 four-year colleges.
Travel to an obscure country – check. Shadow world-renowned surgeons – check. Eat too many gelatos – check. Get a leg up on medical school – check. It’s all in a summer’s work for Angelo State pre-med student Ashton White.
A group of 14 Angelo State geology students traveled more than 3,000 miles through five states over five weeks this summer for the experience of a lifetime known as Field Camp.
In addition to their academics, ASU undergraduate students are encouraged to take part in extracurricular activities like research, community service, studying abroad or joining student organizations. Senior mathematics major Emily Vidal has done them all.
When Dr. Kenneth Carrell was a grade-schooler in nearby Mertzon, he came with his class to tour the ASU Planetarium. Little did he know that one day he would be running the place.
With no active volcanos in West Texas to show her geology students, Dr. Heather Lehto decided to take them to the great white north.
The ASU Society of Physics Students (SPS) has the right idea – take a road trip every spring right after graduation.
An increasing number of Texas high school students are learning vocational agriculture skills from teachers who graduated from the ASU Agriculture Department.
For Concho Valley schoolteachers, summer is a chance to be students again as they find both professional development and inspiration at ASU through a variety of grant-funded programs.
Now is a great time to be a student interested in a career in the agriculture industry.