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Communication Graduate Presentation: Communication Theory Research Findings
Students deliver presentations as part of a graduate course in communication theory (COMM 6303).
Great War Lecture Series: The Front Line Soldier on the Western Front in the Great War
Emeritus professor Charles Endress illuminates the enlisted soldier's daily life, within the strategic context of World War I.
Great War Lecture Series: "Can the Kaiser: Viewing World War I Through American Propaganda Posters"
Dr. Jay Antle from Johnson County Community College discusses how war posters attempted to reshape American attitudes toward World War I.
Great War Lecture Series: The Cultural Impact of World War I on America
Jennifer D. Keene lectures on the impact of World War I on modern American life.
ASU and Community Chorales Holiday Concert
The ASU Chorale and San Angelo Community Chorale perform an annual holiday concert.
ASU Trumpet and Percussion Ensembles: Trumpet and Drums - Then and Now
ASU Trumpet and Percussion Ensembles combine to perform music from an assortment of genres.
2014 Doing Authoethnography Conference - Dr. Christopher Poulos
Dr. Christopher Poulos speaks about writing as a way to process and understand life as part of the Autoethnography Conference in 2014.
San Angelo Ceramic Symposium
Howard Taylor moderates for panelists Christy Johnson and Ron Meyers at the 30th annual symposium.
Stress Anxiety Depression
Billy Pool Director of the Counseling Services speaks to students about types of stress, managing stress and creating a balanced life.
Physics Colloquium 2014 - Dr. Rohit Deshpande
Dr. Rohit Deshpande talks to students about what a planet is and two different ways to find planets and stars, as well as finding habitable planets.