Network in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala (NISGUA) and Witness for Peace Southeast logos.

App State Ethnography Lab and Department of Anthropology present: "La Lucha Sigue/The Struggle Continues"
Feb 28, 2020

Indigenous Struggle to Recover Ancestral Rights and Territory in Guatemala in the Face of Forced Migration (a bilingual lecture)with Elodia Casti...

Appalachian alumna Robyn Seamon ’11 ’18, who holds a B.S. in nursing and an M.S. in Appalachian studies from Appalachian. She owns Appalachian Healthcare Training and Consulting, through which she provides cultural sensitivity training to health care providers in the Southern Appalachian region. Photo submitted

App State alumna helps the medical community understand Appalachian culture
Jul 8, 2019

When Robyn Seamon ’11 ’18 enrolled at Appalachian State University to pursue a B.S. in nursing (RN–BSN) degree after years of working ...

Appalachian Reckoning - Book discussion with author Meredith McCarroll
Mar 29, 2019

Wednesday, April 10, 20196 p.m.Belk Library and Information Commons, Room 421This event is free and open to the campus and communityBook Discussion wi...

Tom Hansell on location

Faculty Author Spotlight with Tom Hansell, Appalachian Studies
Mar 13, 2019

After Coal: Stories of Survival in Appalachia and WalesTom Hansell - Center for Appalachian StudiesThursday, March 21, 20196 p.m.Reich College of Educ...

Appalachian Studies faculty member at Appalachian State University attracts global interest with film “After Coal”

Appalachian Studies faculty member at Appalachian State University attracts global interest with film “After Coal”
Jan 5, 2018

Appalachian Studies faculty member and documentary filmmaker Tom Hansell will present, on two continents this spring, “After Coal” a feature lengt...

Student Ryan Hellenbrand has received a 2017 Fulbright award. Photo submitted by Ryan Hellenbrand

One student and one alum from Appalachian named Fulbright Scholars
May 11, 2017

The Office of International Education and Development (OIED) at Appalachian State University has announced that student Ryan Hellenbrand of Boone and ...

For Alaina Storch, a third-year global studies major originally from Greensboro, research, collaboration and follow-through paid off when Appalachian State University Chancellor Sheri N. Everts agreed to affiliate with the Workers' Rights Consortium (WRC).

Making Change How a student moved from activism to action, and changed Appalachian's business practices
Aug 5, 2016

Alaina Storch, a third-year global studies major at Appalachian State University, is on a campaign against “fast fashion” – an industry term for...