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University Theatre at Angelo State University will present “Leaving Iowa,” a critically-acclaimed comedy toasting the idealism and character of the “greatest generation” and roasting its dedication to the family road trip, beginning Thursday, July 31, in the ASU Modular Theatre.
Angelo State University’s Master of Education degree in guidance and counseling has been ranked as one of the “10 Best Online Master’s in School Counseling Degree Programs” in the U.S. by TheBestSchools.org, an educational resource website that ranks degree programs in all disciplines.
One of the fastest-growing industries in world today is wearable technology, and one San Angelo company is poised to take off with this emerging sector in a big way.
Binhong Lin, who graduated in May through Angelo State University’s Honors Program, has been awarded a $5,000 fellowship by the Phi Kappa Phi (PKP) national honor society, the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic majors.
Known on paper for his many victories, earning him the title of all-time winningest coach for Angelo State University men’s basketball, Ed Messbarger is more remembered by former players and colleagues as a coach who cared immensely, not only about his profession, but about the many players who he mentored and coached.
The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the opening of two new exhibits:
West Texas Triangle: Ken Little and The Angelo State University Art Faculty Biennial Exhibition. The Opening Reception is free to the public and will include refreshments along with musical entertainment on Thursday, July 10, 2014 from 5:30 to 8:00 pm.
Dr. Wrennah Gabbert, who previously spent 10 years on Angelo State University’s nursing faculty, has returned to ASU as the new chair of the Nursing Department, effective June 1 for the upcoming fall semester.
A 12-member search committee has been approved by Angelo State University President Brian J. May to make recommendations for a new provost and vice president for academic affairs with the goal of filling the position by the end of the year.
Angie Wright, who has 23 years of administrative experience at Angelo State University, has been named the university’s vice president for finance and administration, a position she has held on an interim basis for the past 15 months.
ASU President Brian J. May announced the appointment, effectively immediately, after a national search reviewed the qualifications of two dozen applicants.