Armstrong Green Zone Supports Veterans on Campus Armstrong Professor, Student Team Up for New Children’s Book Moveable Feast: Emily Grundstad-Hall to Perform Live on April 24
Armstrong Green Zone Supports Veterans on Campus
For many veterans, transitioning from the structured, demanding and sometimes dangerous life of the military to an academically focused college campus can be difficult.
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Armstrong Professor, Student Team Up for New Children’s Book
Joshua Williams and Meghan Ramsay publish a new children’s book, It’s Raining Hippos.
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Moveable Feast: Emily Grundstad-Hall to Perform Live on April 24
The Moveable Feast will finish off the menu by celebrating the joy a liberal arts education promises on Thursday, April 24 at 7 p.m.
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Kudos

  • Felix Hamza-Lup, Computer Science Felix Hamza-Lup, Computer Science
    In December, Felix Hamza-Lup was granted a Fulbright Specialist award at the University of Bangkok, Thailand, where he presented his research on haptic systems, increasing Armstrong’s visibility and establishing new international collaborations. His presentations and visits to several campuses will enable internationalizing and interconnecting the curriculum in computer science and related interdisciplinary fields with the [...]
  • Carol Benton, Art, Music & Theatre Carol Benton, Art, Music & Theatre
    Carol Benton’s article, “Promoting Metacognition in Music Classes,” was published in the December 2013 issue of Music Educator’s Journal, a publication of the National Association for Music Education. Benton also authored a book, Thinking About Thinking: Metacognition for Music Learning. The book was co-published in February 2014 by Rowman-Littlefield Education and the National Association for [...]
  • Nalanda Roy, Criminal Justice, Social & Political Science Nalanda Roy, Criminal Justice, Social & Political Science
    Nalanda Roy was invited by the New York State Science Political Association to serve as the chair of a panel focusing on Democracy and Conflict Resolution at a conference that will take place at St. John’s University in New York City in late April. She will also present a paper on “Melting of the Arctic [...]
  • Pirates unveil new logo
    By Rachael Flora, Arts and Entertainment Editor The Armstrong State University athletic department unveiled its new branding Monday afternoon. The new […]
  • At Heart steals the show
    By Tom Teaster, Staff Writer On May 8, a group of recording bands performed at The Asylum in Rincon. Popular metal bands like Come the Dawn, Affiance, […]
  • Summer just got a little more mysterious
    By Claire Golec Be prepared for a night of mystery, intrigue, and English accents as Armstrong Masquers Summer Theatre performs And Then There Were No […]
  • Armstrong debuts new, easier WiFi
    By Katie Maddox, News Editor The Armstrong campus received a tiny, but important change on campus June 1: new Wi-Fi. More importantly, students only h […]

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