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Angelo State University’s College of Graduate Studies has been named one of the Top Online Master’s Programs in the U.S. for 2014-15 by the Affordable Colleges Foundation, which provides free Web-based resources for students seeking quality and affordable online education.
U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Eric Coy Young, an Angelo State University alumnus, recently received his second star and assumed command of the Navy Reserve Forces Command (NRFC) in Norfolk, Va., the highest office that a full-time support reserve sailor can achieve in the Navy.
Dr. Younghyeon Bae, Angelo State University’s first-ever post-doctoral fellow, and Dr. Mansoo Ko of the ASU physical therapy faculty have been awarded ASU’s first-ever international research grant from the DoDo Walking company in Seoul, South Korea.
Dr. Clifton T. Jones, dean of the School of Business Administration at the University of South Carolina Aiken, has been appointed dean of Angelo State University’s College of Business, effective April 1, 2015.
Also a tenured professor of economics at USC-Aiken, Jones will serve in that capacity at ASU, as well. He is also holder of the Timmerman Chair in Enterprise Development at USC-Aiken.
University Theatre at Angelo State University will present for its annual Holiday Dinner Theatre “The Gifts of the Magi,” a musical based on famous O. Henry short stories, beginning Thursday, Nov. 20, in the ASU Modular Theatre.
Angelo State University has been ranked second on the list of “The Top Texas Online Schools for 2015” by Edudemic.com, an education news website that concentrates on the connection between education and technology.
Although relatively few bills are likely to make their way to the floor of the Texas Legislature’s 84th Regular Session for debate, several interesting--and possibly controversial--bills have been filed by lawmakers in this week, including proposed money for the local university, changes to handgun laws, bills raising the minimum wage, lowering taxes and protecting senior citizens and the disabled from high proper
Yesterday, about 1000 school children were huddled around their robots competing in the annual robotic competition at the C.J. Davidson Conference Center at Angelo State University.
For the second straight year, Angelo State University has been named one of the nation’s 140 Best Colleges for Veterans by the Military Times organization in its “Best for Vets: Colleges 2015” rankings.
Angelo State University will present an exhibition of works by graduating ASU art majors beginning Wednesday, Nov. 12, in the Carr Education-Fine Arts (EFA) Building, 2602 Dena Drive.