Grants and Research

Dr. Michael Reddish

App State team researches treatments for aggressive breast cancer
Sep 30, 2022

Dr. Michael Reddish, assistant professor in App State’s A.R. Smith Department of Chemistry and Fermentation Sciences, has been awarded a grant from ...

Nicholas Shaw

SAFE Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Nicholas Shaw
Aug 29, 2022

Project: “Proving Nano-Reactor Technology Commercial Viability: Synthesizing Aspartame”...

Megen Culpepper

SAFE Faculty Spotlight: Megen Culpepper
Jul 14, 2021

Dr. Megen Culpepper, assistant professor, Department of Chemistry and Fermentation SciencesStudent and Faculty Excellence (SAFE) fund recipientProject...

Dr. Nicholas Shaw

SAFE Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Nicholas Shaw
Apr 23, 2021

SAFE Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Nicholas ShawDr. Nicholas Shaw, assistant professor, Department of Chemistry and Fermentation SciencesStudent and Faculty ...

members of Appalachian State University’s ADVANCE APPALACHIAN team

App State awarded nearly $1M grant to ADVANCE APPALACHIAN women in STEM academic careers
Sep 18, 2020

BOONE, N.C. — Appalachian State University has been awarded nearly $1 million in grant funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) ...

Tyler Harris

SAFE Grant Student Spotlight: Tyler Harris '20, Biochemistry and Cell/Molecular Biology
Jun 24, 2020

Tyler Harris was an undergraduate student from Raleigh, N.C.Student and Faculty Excellence (SAFE) fund recipient Project: “Oxidative ...

Amelia Bruce and Elizabeth Derrick

Celebration of Student Research and Creative Endeavors Winners 2019
Apr 30, 2019

This Celebration showcases meaningful research in all disciplines by students at Appalachian, with the top three posters in both the undergraduate and...

2018 AGU Fall Meeting

Water quality, volcanic destruction and glacier recession among Appalachian's research highlighted at national conference
Mar 6, 2019

BOONE, N.C. — With assistance from Appalachian State University’s Office of Student Research (OSR), 15 undergraduate students, recent gr...

American Geophysical Union

Office of Student Research supports undergraduate professional development at National American Geophysical Union meeting
Feb 19, 2019

In December, fifteen faculty and students from four departmental areas in the College of Arts and Sciences with assistance from the Office of Student ...