Spring 2015 Graduate Program Hooding Ceremonies

App Studies: Friday, May 8, 3pm, Living Learning Academic Building in the Living- Learning Center

Biology: May 8 afternoon - TBD

College of Education (RESE & LES): TBD

College Student Development: Friday May 8 from 4pm-5pm in the Rivers Street Cafeteria

English: May 8th at around 4. Location TBD,

Government & Justice Studies: TBD

Hayes School of Music: Saturday, May 9 at noon (prior to the HSOM Commencement)

History: Room 421 (requested) in the library for Friday May 8th, with the ceremony to start at 12.30

Mathematical Sciences: 3:30 PM on Friday, May 8, in Walker Hall.

MBA Program: Date: May 8th, 2 – 4:45pm, Location: Blue Ridge Ballroom (student union)

Nutrition: Allgood Room in L.S. Dougherty Hall at 11:00-12:15.

Physics & Astronomy on May 8 - time/place TBD

Psychology: 10 am on May 8th in 137AB Calloway Peak/Macrae Peak in Plemmons Student Union

Social Work: May 7th at 6:30pm in the Student Union (Parkway Ballroom

Technology: Friday, May 8th at 4:30 pm in Room 11 Katherine Harper Hall



NEW! The application for the MSN beginning Fall 2015 is now open. For more information on the program and application process, click here.

Graduate School News

2/26/15 The ASU Library Science graduate program has been designated an American Association of School Librarians Nationally Recognized Program. ASU now joins a group of programs across the nation that are recognized by AASL: http://www.ala.org/aasl/education/ncate/programs

1/16/15 Appalachian to offer Master of Science in Nursing beginning in August: The UNC Board of Governors has approved a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree program for Appalachian State University, which is pending approval by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), Appalachian’s accrediting body. [more]

11/10/14 Kurt Reid (Library Science Student) has won the 2014 Jack B. Hefner Memorial Award, which is awarded to an individual with a disability "who has made significant contributions to enhancing quality of life for North Carolinians with intellectual and other developmental disabilities, individuals whose leadership, achievements, and lives advance a shared contemporary vision of life for people with disabilities and their families." The committee recognized Kurt's work on a Livebinder project he created for librarians to better serve the needs of patrons with autism.

10/27/14 Appalachian State University professor and child clinical psychologist Kurt D. Michael, who has spent his career working to improve mental health services for young people in rural areas, has earned the James E. Holshouser Jr. Award for Excellence in Public Service from the UNC Board of Governors. [more]

9/29/14 An Appalachian Studies graduate student has created a mobile guidebook of Grayson Highlands State Park for Rakkup, a mobile phone app that sells climbing guidebooks for various locations across the country. [more]

9/25/14 The Marriage and Family Therapy Program has received the Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training for Professionals and Paraprofessionals grant award provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). This grant will provide stipends for Marriage and Family Therapy interns operating at approved internship sites.

9/11/14 Kayla Murphy, a Master’s Degree student in Exercise Science with a concentration in Strength & Conditioning, was selected for a summer position working with the U.S. Army Special Operations Command (USASOC) at Fort Bragg in the Human Performance Department as a Strength & Conditioning Coach. [more]

9/11/14 Lowes Foods and the Appalachian State University Dietetic Internship Bring Nutritious Learning to Western North Carolina. [more]

9/11/14 Appalachian State University is listed No. 3 among top regional public universities in the South and No. 9 among public and private universities in the South in U.S. News and World Report’s 2015 Best Colleges rankings. [more]