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  • Virtual Opening for New Stephens Chapel on Campus

    April 8

    Angelo State University today (April 8) announced the dedication and virtual opening of the newly-completed Stephens Chapel located at 1965 S. Johnson St. in the heart of the ASU campus.

  • Anonymous Gift to Fund New World War II Archive at Angelo State

    November 12

    Angelo State University’s College of Arts and Humanities has received a grant from an anonymous donor to fund the formation of a new George Ricks Memorial World War II Archive that will be housed in the ASU West Texas Collection.

  • Angelo State’s 2018-19 Rodgers Distinguished Awards Winners

    August 22

    Christabel Romine, Dr. Lee Atkins and James “Dan” Robertson have been selected to receive the 2018-19 Gary and Pat Rodgers Distinguished Awards honoring outstanding staff, faculty and administrators at Angelo State University.

  • Ground Broken for New Stephens Chapel on Campus

    April 17

    Angelo State University today (April 17) hosted the official groundbreaking ceremony for its new Stephens Chapel to be located at 1965 S. Johnson St. in the heart of the ASU campus.

  • New Public Art Sculpture ‘Confluence’ Installed on Campus

    February 5

    Angelo State University has installed its latest piece of public art, an interactive sculpture titled “Confluence,” which now sits next to the new wing of the Centennial Village residence hall at 2675 W. Ave. N on the west side of the ASU campus.

  • New Public Art Sculpture Installed on Campus

    December 3

    Angelo State University has installed its latest piece of public art, an interactive sculpture titled “Cube-i,” which now sits next to the new Health and Human Services Building at 2341 Vanderventer St. in the center of the ASU campus.

  • ASU Receives $5.5 Million Gift, Renames Building

    October 30

    Angelo State University has received a $5.5 million gift from the Abe and Annie Seibel Foundation in Galveston to help offset construction costs for the new wing of the Centennial Village residence hall, and has recognized the generous gift by naming the Centennial Village Commons Building as “Seibel Commons.”

  • New Endowed Chair in ASU Norris-Vincent College of Business

    October 25

    Angelo State University alum Scott Wisniewski has gifted Angelo State $1 million to establish the Wisniewski Family Endowed Chair in Entrepreneurship within the Norris-Vincent College of Business.

  • 2018 ASU Rodgers Distinguished Awards Winners

    August 23

    Annette Dixon, Dr. Russell Wilke and Julie Ruthenbeck have been selected to receive the 2017-18 Gary and Pat Rodgers Distinguished Awards honoring outstanding staff, faculty and administrators at Angelo State University.

  • ASU Receives Gift to Establish Endowed Chair in Accounting

    August 13

    Angelo State University has received a generous monetary gift from alumnus Mark Low to establish the Low Family Chair in Accounting in ASU’s Norris-Vincent College of Business.

  • We’re Right on Target

    August 10

  • Angelo State University Announces Gift and Naming of College of Business

    June 5

    Angelo State University has received a combined $5 million gift from ASU alumni Lloyd Norris and Blake and Bryan Vincent to benefit ASU’s College of Business, and has named the college in their honor.

  • Construction Approved for ASU Museum

    March 2

    Angelo State University today announced that construction of a new Angelo State University Museum has been approved by the Texas Tech University System Board of Regents at its regular meeting in El Paso.

  • ASU Alumna a Leader in Texas Comptroller’s Division

    March 23

    For Angelo State University alumna Denise Lunsford Stewart, becoming a woman in management for the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts was more about opportunities than obstacles.

  • Engineering Program’s First Semester a Rousing Success

    December 8

    Angelo State University’s fledgling Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering program is already off to a flying start in its first semester of existence.

  • Ag Student Wheels Toward Bright Future

    November 24

    ASU junior Jacob Reicheneker knows all about overcoming adversity.

  • Retired Professor Honored for Latino-American History Work

    November 9

    For Dr. Arnoldo De León, a member of Angelo State University’s history faculty for 42 years until his retirement in June, his proudest career moment came in 1987. 

  • Date Set for ASU Blue and Gold Dinner

    April 10

    The date is set for the 11th Annual Phil George Blue & Gold Dinner and Auction with Crockett National Bank as the title sponsor for the fourth consecutive year. The dinner and athletic fundraising event will be on Friday, Aug. 7, at the Junell Center/Stephens Arena, 2235 S. Jackson St.

  • ASU Football Coming Home to Campus

    March 27

    The Texas Tech University System Board of Regents has approved changing the name of the LeGrand Sports Complex to the LeGrand Stadium and Sports Complex after a $1.4 million dollar donation to provide lights and bleachers by Dr. Robert and Jean Ann LeGrand.

  • Gift from Mike Millegan to Impact Angelo State

    March 4

    The Texas Tech University System Board of Regents has approved the naming of the ASU weight room in the Junell Center to the Ben and Alvetta Kelly weight room after a generous donation from Mike Millegan.

  • ASU Debuts Mayer Field

    February 3

    Richard and Betty Mayer were recognized during an Angelo State University ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday to officially debut Mayer Field at the ASU Softball Complex and its new artificial turf.

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