Dr. Bao-An Li presents at several conferences
Physics, was an invited speaker on isospin dynamics in heavy-ion
reaction and was a panelist on simulation as the third branch of
science, both at the International Workshop on Multifragmentation
last month in Catania, Italy. He also spoke at a colloquium at
Texas A & M on constraining the radii of neutron stars with
terrestrial nuclear laboratory data.
Dr. Stokes & Ms. Wimberley acquire certification
Elizabeth Stokes and Ms. Paige Wimberley, both of Nursing,
are among the first 174 nurse educators to receive certification credentials.
They received the
certified nurse educator (CNE) credential after completing a rigorous
examination by the National League of Nursing.
Dr. Robert Franklin receives award
Ph.D. graduate of Heritage Studies, Dr. Robert A. Franklin,
Radio-Television, was recently
awarded an honorable mention in the Accolade Competition for his
documentary, “Reconciliation and the Elaine, Arkansas Race
Riots of 1919: Forgive or Forget.” The Accolade Competition
recognizes professionals who demonstrate exceptional achievement in
craft and creativity.
Martin Luther King Jr. Week: Jan.
11 - 18
MLK Week, honoring the
life and legacy of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. begins next
Wednesday, Jan. 11, and continues through Wednesday, Jan. 18.
Activities include art exhibits, a birthday celebration, the MLK
March, a candlelight vigil, seminars and conferences, the MLK
Community Service, the MLK Community March, as well as the Black &
Gold Pageant and the MLK Image Awards. To see a more complete list,
Soil & Water Conference: Thursday, Jan. 12
The Arkansas Soil and Water Education Conference will be held next
Thursday, Jan. 12, at the Convocation Center with U.S. Congressman
Marion Berry as the featured speaker for the luncheon. Registration
begins at 8 a.m. and the fee is $20, which includes the luncheon.
Sessions will be held all day, beginning at 8:40 a.m.
Pre-registration is requested by Friday, Jan. 6, and forms may be
obtained by calling 972-2043 or to register online,
here. For additional information, please
contact Dr. Tina Gray Teague, professor in the College of
Agriculture, at 972-2043 or via email at
firstname.lastname@example.org. Or, see the
Agribusiness Conference slated for Feb. 15
The annual Agribusiness Conference will be held on Wednesday, Feb.
15, at Fowler Center and the Convocation Center. On-site
registration begins at 8 a.m. in Fowler Center. The morning general
session will focus on agricultural policy and the future of
government farm programs. Lunch will be served in the Convocation
Center at noon. Afternoon special interest sessions will end at 3:30
p.m. A complete conference program and on-line registration is
here to register online. Pre-registration for lunch is limited to
600. For more, see the
announcement on the College of Agriculture web site.
Leaders network at bowl game
The ASU Student
Leaders traveled to the New Orleans Bowl in December to cheer on the
Indian football team. On this university-sponsored trip, the
students visited New Orleans, networked with ASU alumni, toured the
University of Louisiana-Lafayette campus, and were seen on ESPN
cheering on the ASU Indians. The Marching Indians also made the trip
to the bowl game, as this was the first bowl game for many band
here to see photos. Many of these activities and photos are a
great recruiting tool to show prospective students visiting ASU.
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