In January, Alex Edmisten ’03, second from right, visited Appalachian State University to deliver a check for $36,000 from the NC Scottish Rite Masonic Foundation that will support App State’s Anderson Reading Clinic and Charles and Geneva Scott Scottish Rite Communication Disorders Clinic. In April, Edmisten returned to the university to deliver a check for $22,000 from the Hillery H. Rink Jr. Fund, also in support of the two clinics. Edmisten is pictured with App State’s Dr. Marie Huff, dean of the Beaver

App State’s donations from Scottish Rite exceed $2 million
May 20, 2022

For more than 60 years, Appalachian State University has benefited from sustained support from Scottish Rite organizations in North Carolina.

Dr. Martie Thompson

App State names inaugural BCBS of NC Endowed Professor in Public Health
Mar 8, 2021

App State names inaugural BCBS of NC Endowed Professor in Public Health

Lindsey Turbyfill

Lindsey Turbyfill shares her App State experience
Feb 25, 2021

Lindsey Turbyfill is a senior athletic training major from Charlotte, North Carolina.

Yadkin County Community Garden

Community garden is a teaching site and source of fresh produce for WIC clients in Yadkin County
Feb 24, 2021

Ashley Beard is a student in Appalachian State University’s Department of Nutrition and Health Care Management’s Public Health Nutriti

Alexa Dudash

Alexa Dudash is the Beaver College of Health Sciences December 2020 Commencement student speaker
Dec 9, 2020

Alexa Dudash is from Annville, PA. She is receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science.

Allison Farrell

Honors alumna Allison Farrell publishes thesis
Oct 9, 2020

Honors College alumna Allison Farrell ’20 has successfully published her Honors thesis, ...