Emily Cluen (’18) has been accepted to the graduate program in Student Affairs and Higher Education at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, for the Fall 2019 semester.
The first High Country March to Defeat Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) Walk was a great success! On Saturday, March 30 at Appalachian Leon Levine Health Sciences (LLHS) building, hundreds of people walked 1.5 miles in order to raise money for ALS research.
Honors Chris Waldon (’16) majored in computer science then stayed on at Appalachian to complete in 2018 a Master of Science in computer science.
Gracyn Travitz Spends Semester in Costa Rica
Apr 5, 2019
Honors sophomore and public health major Gracyn Tavitz spent this Spring semester at Veritas University in Costa Rica. There she took classes in health and psychology, holistic medicine, and healthcare and medicine. About her experience, Travitz shares,
Five Honors students have been named new Appalachian Student Ambassadors: Aman Hyrams, Emma Strange, Ethan Triplett, Cori Fergusson,and Rachel Ramakrishnan (nursing). Hyram is a junior biology major.
Honors senior Morgan Gaglianese-Woody is attending the annual Association of Southeastern Biologists (ASB) meetings in Memphis, TN, April 3-6, 2019, presenting research from her Honors thesis.
Honors’ Taylor Gibbs studied abroad in the Fall of 2018 in Preston, England at the University of Lancashire.
Honors Junior, Julia Klass, a biology major, studied abroad in the spring semester of her sophomore year at Appalachian. She traveled to the University of Lincoln in England. Julia took classes during the week and explored England on the weekends. Julia explained that she
Honors Rachael Kelley is spending this Spring semester studying abroad at the American University in Bulgaria (AUBG). AUGB is located in the small city of Blagoevgrad about 100 km south of Bulgaria's capital, Sofia. Kelley is a sophomore English major in Honors at Appalachian.