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Neurodiversity Film Series
Feb 19, 2020

The Neurodiversity Film Series sheds light on the topic of intellectual or developmental disabilities through the experiences of individuals with an IDD.

Nominations Open for University College and General Education Awards
Jan 31, 2020

Rennie W. Brantz Award for Outstanding Teaching in the First Year Seminar

Fulbright Week Student Workshops
Jan 31, 2020

The Office of Nationally Competitive Scholarships will be offering student workshops throughout Fulbright Week, February 11th - 13th, 2020. 

Appalachian Celebrates the 19th Amendment Centennial - Women’s Right to Vote!
Jan 31, 2020

Appalachian Celebrates The 19th Amendment Centennial - Women’s Right to Vote

Boone Native and Award winning filmmaker Lily Keber's documentary “Buckjumping” screened at Belk Library
Nov 11, 2019

What: "Buckjumping" by award-winning filmmaker Lily Keber
When: Thursday, November 21, 2019, 7 pm

L to R Leslie McKesson, Beth Hage, and Beth Davison

Connecting Past and Present – A Local Community with a Compelling Story
Oct 31, 2019

In the southwest corner of Caldwell County, North Carolina, is a community settled in 1855 and populated mostly by African Americans who share a...

Heather Booth

Heather Booth Screens "Changing the World"
Aug 29, 2019

Heather Booth: "Changing the World"

Dr. Celeste Montoya

Celeste Montoya presents "From Seneca to Shelby: Intersectionality and Women's Voting Rights."
Aug 29, 2019

Dr. Celeste Montoya: "From Seneca to Shelby: Intersectionality and Women's Voting Rights."

Wendy Rouse

"Women's Suffrage, Self-Defense, and the Struggle for Equality in the Progressive Era"
Aug 28, 2019

Wendy Rouse: “Women's Suffrage, Self-Defense, and the Struggle for Equality in the Progressive Era”
Dr. Janet Jakobsen

Dr. Janet Jakobsen to speak during GWS Fall Lecture Series
Aug 28, 2019

Dr. Janet Jakobsen: “Sex and Suffrage: A Politics of Possibility”