Shelby Crockett, a graduate student in the Angelo State University Department of Agriculture, won top honors for her research presentation at the annual meeting of the Texas Section, Society for Range Management earlier this month in Kerrville.
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.
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.
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.
Angelo State University’s Department of Biology has received a $6,918 grant from the Concho Valley Workforce Development Board to promote science education in the local community through the Angelo State Natural History Collections (ASNHC).
The Angelo State University Planetarium will present 10 different full-dome public astronomy shows during its fall 2019 schedule beginning Thursday, Sept. 5, in the Vincent Building, 2333 Vanderventer St.
A team of six Angelo State University civil engineering students is one of only eight teams nationwide that has been invited to compete in the American Society of Civil Engineers’ (ASCE) Blue Sky Competition at the 2019 ASCE Student Conference June 6-8 in Melbourne, Fla.
Angelo State University’s student chapter of the American Chemical Society (ACS) has received an Outstanding Award from the national ACS Committee on Education for the chapter’s activities during the 2017-18 academic year.
Dr. Micheal W. Salisbury, chair of the Angelo State University Department of Agriculture, has been appointed the new dean of ASU’s College of Graduate Studies and Research, effective June 1.
The Angelo State University Agriculture Department’s student Wool Judging Team claimed the 2019 Collegiate National Championship by placing first at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Collegiate Wool Judging Contest earlier this month. This marks the second national championship for ASU in the last three years.
For a record ninth time, Angelo State University’s Epsilon Sigma chapter of the Beta Beta Beta (Tri-Beta) national biological honor society has been named the recipient of the Lloyd M. Bertholf Award as the top chapter in the nation for the 2017-18 academic year.
Angelo State University’s Registered Angus Program brought home a host of awards, including two championships, after showing its cattle on Feb. 28 at the 2019 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.
The Angelo State University Agriculture Department’s student Wool Judging Team took first place and had two individuals place in the top five at the 2019 San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo Collegiate Wool Judging Contest on Feb. 9 in San Antonio.
Virginia Jaquish of Granville, Ohio, a graduate student in the Angelo State University Biology Department, won the top prize for her research presentation at the annual meeting of the Texas Society of Mammalogists (TSM) Feb. 8-10 at the Texas Tech University Llano River Field Station in Junction.