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Highlights 2018

  • Clark Pfluger

    For his role in the ASU Foundation and ongoing support for the entire Ram Family, the ASU Alumni Association has named Pfluger a 2018 Distinguished Alumnus.

  • John Delk

    For his career success, dedication to community and continued support of ASU, the Alumni Association has named Delk a 2018 Distinguished Alumnus.

  • Jim Slaughter

    For his hall-of-fame career, dedication to young athletes and renowned status in San Angelo, the ASU Alumni Association has named Slaughter the 2018 Golden Ex of the Year.

  • Brent Davis

    For his outstanding and continuing coaching success and caring guidance of young athletes, the ASU Alumni Association has named Davis its 2018 Distinguished Carr Scholar Alumnus.

  • Dr. Lesley Casarez

    For her outsanding teaching efforts and dedication to ASU, Casarez has earned the Alumni Association’s 2018 Distinguished Faculty Achievement Award.

  • Dr. Pat Maddox

    For his dedicated teaching career and ongoing support for ASU, the Alumni Association has named Maddox its 2018 Outstanding Retired Faculty Member.

  • Jason Snider

    For his outstanding early career success and ongoing community involvement, the ASU Alumni Association has named Snider its 2018 Distinguished Young Alumnus.

  • Maj. David Mitchell

    For his stellar career success and service to the nation, the ASU Alumni Association has named Mitchell its 2018 Distinguished ROTC Alumnus.

  • Mark Multer

    For his hard work, positive attitude and dedication to the entire campus community, the ASU Alumni Association has named Multer the 2018 Outstanding Staff Member.

  • A Kindred Seoul

    For Angelo State junior and Honors Program student Rachel Boezinger, visiting Korea has been on her radar since high school.

  • Nurses Without Borders

    Two nursing students in the ASU Honors Program. Two very different backgrounds. Two incredibly fulfilling summer study abroad experiences.

  • Rooting for the Home Team

    If you have attended any of Angelo State’s athletic events in the past 35 years, chances are you shared the bleachers with Maria de los Santos Onofre-Madrid.

  • Seeing Stars

    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.

  • The Icing on the Cake

    Just a year ago, ASU cheer coach Kaylee Feece stepped foot on campus for the first time.