On Tuesday, February 24, the ASI Board of Directors had their weekly meeting to discuss the plans for the fall 2021 semester. Provost Kimberly Greer came to talk further and answer questions about what could be expected going into the semester.
- ASI Analiza Planes Futuros Para el Semestre de Otoño del 2021
- WCCC Invites You to the Social Justice Book Club
- ASI Discusses Future Plans for Fall 2021 Semester
- Discussions Continue Regarding Updated Education Requirements and Fall 2021 Semester at Latest Academic Senate Meeting
- Introducing "What's the Scoop?" and it's First Guest, Dr. Aletha M. Harven
On Tuesday, February 23, Stan State’s Academic Senate held its third meeting of the spring 2021 semester. During the meeting, senators continued discussion regarding on-campus academic spaces for the fall 2021 semester, updates on the preferred name use policy, the introd…
As there continues to be a rise in COVID-19 cases, uncertainty of what will happen next has caused overwhelming fears for many, especially those who are undocumented.
El Martes, 24 de Febrero, la Junta Directiva de ASI tuvo su reunión semanal para discutir sus planes para el semestre de otoño del 2021. Provost Kimberly Greer llegó a hablar y contestar preguntas sobre lo que debemos de esperar al entrar el semestre siguiente.
This spring, The Warrior Cross Cultural Center (WCCC) collaborates with the Stan State Library, The Undocumented Student Services and Dr. Dana Nakano in their launch of the Social Justice Book Club. They invite all interested bodies to join their monthly delve into human …
The isolation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted many aspects of life, including how artists create and view their work. After experiencing this isolation, many artists are now seeing how much of a role in-person contact played in creating their artwork.