November 7, 2019
Gayle Randall, an Angelo State University alumna and member of the management and marketing faculty, received the Order of the Silver Helmet Award from the national Delta Sigma Pi professional business fraternity at the organization’s recent LEAD School in Kansas City, Mo.
November 5, 2019
Dr. Sangeeta Singg, a professor of psychology at Angelo State University, received “Top Honors with an Award of Meritorious Service” from the Psychological Association of Greater West Texas (PAGWT) and River Crest Hospital of San Angelo at a recent meeting of the PAGWT.
October 29, 2019
Dr. Tia Agan, an Angelo State University alumna and member of the curriculum and instruction faculty, received the 2019 Ted Booker Memorial Award for outstanding contributions in the field of teacher education at the Consortium of State Organizations for Texas Teacher Education (CSOTTE) annual conference on Oct. 27 in Frisco.
October 21, 2019
Dr. Cody Scott, an Angelo State University alumnus and member of the ASU agriculture faculty, was named a Fellow of the Texas Section, Society for Range Management at the TSSRM’s annual meeting earlier this month in Kerrville.
October 17, 2019
Dr. Loren Ammerman of the Angelo State University biology faculty has teamed with two of her students and three other researchers from Cameron University to publish the results of their research on Eastern red bats in the Journal of Heredity, the flagship publication of the American Genetic Association.
October 16, 2019
Three Angelo State University faculty members have been awarded Endowed University Professorships that will provide them with additional funding to support their research and/or creative endeavors.
October 10, 2019
Dr. Leslie Rodriguez of the Angelo State University communication faculty has been named a 2019 Educator of the Year by the Texas Speech Communication Association (TSCA) at the organization’s annual conference held Oct. 3-5 in Amarillo.
October 8, 2019
Angelo State University has formed a collaborative partnership with Texas Education Service Center (ESC) Region 15 for a $2.3 million grant-funded program to increase the number of public school counselors employed in rural school districts within Region 15.