This week's highlight:
* Faculty Women's Club Christmas Dinner and Dance, Thursday,
* Final examinations begin, Dec. 5
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|Weather-related closing announcements
Occasionally, severe weather will dictate that the university be
closed. Naturally, everyone wants to know about a closing as soon
as possible. Once the decision to close is made, the University
Communications office is responsible for notifying news media. We
make the first call to KASU, 91.9 FM, and the second to an
ITS staffer who puts a notice on the ASU home page. Next, we call the
local TV station and commercial radio stations, then as many area stations as
possible. ASU personnel who provide essential
services should still report, as directed by their supervisor.
See the faculty or staff handbook to review the university's inclement
Last edition of
'Inside ASU' this
With this being the last full week
of the semester, we most likely will not publish "Inside ASU" on Dec.
9. We plan to resume on Monday, Jan. 6. As stated before,
let us know your feedback about "Inside ASU" . . . your likes or dislikes,
or suggestions for additional topics. Notify Tom Moore,
'Santa's Workshop' will be
Thursday, Dec. 12
Reminder . . . everyone is invited to "Santa's Workshop" in the
Administration Building lobby on Thursday, Dec. 12, 2-4 p.m.
Bring your little ones to meet Santa Claus, taste some homemade
goodies, enjoy the entertainment, and visit with your ASU Family.
A box for donations to the needy will be available. And, if you
would like to honor a family member, friend, or coworker, you may
purchase a paper toy for $1 and place their name on it, for display in
the lobby. The money collected will be donated to Santa's
Tribe. Tribe members are helping those with special needs. Read
the details, repeated from e-mail.
collecting toys for needy
Members of ASU's football team
will be on hand tonight (Dec. 2) at ASU's basketball game with Samford
to collect toys for needy children as part of the Jonesboro Jaycees'
Christmas for Kids program. Everyone who brings a toy to the
Convocation Center will receive a special $5 ticket for the game.
Indian players will be at each of the building's four entrances to
collect the toys. The players will also be involved with toy
distribution prior to the holidays. The event is part of ASU's
football program efforts to give back to the community and impact the
youth of Jonesboro. The game starts at 7:05 p.m.
Orientation is Wednesday
4, is New Student Orientation for Spring 2003. Students will be dropped
off at their academic department for advising at 11:30 AM. The next NSO
is scheduled for Jan. 7.
Information about Health Center
Repeated from last week:
With the new health center construction well underway, there are many
questions about how the new facility's services might benefit faculty and
staff. Dr. J. W. Mason, Office of Human Resources, has agreed to
provide answers in a future edition. You may direct questions to email@example.com or to firstname.lastname@example.org or by campus
mail to Admin Building, Room 102.
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