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Dr. John Klingemann, who chairs the History Department at Angelo State University, is busy working with local entities to expand available internships for students in his department.
He said the effort currently is in the discussion stages, but things are looking good so far.
Angelo State University’s chapter of the Phi Kappa Phi (PKP) national honor society inducted its 2014 class of 34 ASU alumni during a special initiation ceremony on Saturday, July 26, in the LeGrand Alumni and Visitors Center.
Dr. William A. Taylor of Angelo State University’s security studies faculty has been awarded a 2014 Gerald R. Ford Presidential Foundation research travel grant to conduct research at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library on the University of Michigan campus.
The largest number of State and Federal legislators and industry experts to date are confirmed to participate in the West Texas Legislative Summit August 5-7. As attendees gather to explore the topic “Energy in West Texas,” these speakers will share information about the opportunities and challenges related to the energy surge in our region.
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is celebrating its 60th anniversary in November, as a Campus Ministry initiated and led by student-athletes and their coaches on junior high, high school and college campuses.
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.