Dr. Drake presents workshop in Spain
Dr. Shawn Drake,
Physical Therapy, recently presented a certified personal training
workshop for the American College of Sports Medicine in Barcelona,
Spain. Dr. Drake
gave three presentations at the workshop: they included "Exercise
Science and Kinesiology/Human Movement," "Cardiorespiratory
Assessment and Programming," and "Flexibility and Range of Motion
Assessment and Programming." Dr. Drake is a certified
American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) exercise specialist and
program director. She currently serves on ACSM's Committee on
Certification and Registry Boards (CCRB), the International Programs
subcommittee of the CCRB, and the Exam Development Team.
Faculty seminar on campus
safety slated for next week
A faculty seminar, "I Feel Safe: A Discussion on Campus Safety," has
been scheduled next week for Wednesday-Thursday, Jan. 23-24, from
3:30-5 p.m., in the Student Union Auditorium, 3rd floor of the
Student Union. This seminar is sponsored by ASU's Office of Academic
Affairs and Research and the Division of Student Affairs. Featured
speakers will include Chief James Chapman, University Police
Department, Dr. Phil Hestand, Career and Counseling Services,
Patience Bartunek, Student Conduct, Mark Hoeting, Information and
Technology Services, Dr. Richard K. Freer, Social Work, Dr. Gail
Hudson, Marketing, and Dr. Lynita Cooksey, Academic Affairs and
Research and University College. For details, contact Nikki Adams,
Academic Affairs and Research, ext. 2030, or Laura Cremeens, Student
Affairs, ext. 2048.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration approaches
ASU's Student Activities Board's
celebration honoring the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. has been scheduled with a three-day slate of events.
“Are You Living the Dream?” is the theme of the celebration sponsored by ASU’s Student Activities Board.
Events begin Monday, Jan. 21 and end Wednesday, Jan. 23. On Monday,
Jan. 21, events begin at 10 a.m. with the community march from
Street Church of God in Christ (COGIC) International Church, 125 N.
Fisher Street, to Heritage Plaza lawn on the ASU campus.
Celebration will begin between 11-11:30 a.m.
ASU's Student Union Auditorium,
Attorney General Dustin McDaniel serving as the celebration’s keynote
speaker. For details, see the NewsPage release.
Faculty and staff dining room now
open in Acansa
Based on the
popularity of the temporary dining area for faculty and staff,
Chancellor Potts requested that adjacent storage space in the Acansa Dining Hall
be converted for use
as a dining room for faculty and
staff. That has been accomplished and the dining room is now open
with capacity for about 40 people. A
related benefit to faculty and staff is Sodexho's 15/50 plan, where
individuals may purchase 15 meals in advance for only $50. The 15/50
plan may be purchased at the Cashier's Window, then Student Account
Services will add the plan to one's ID card.
Department of Music to present
organist Dennis Hay
ASU's Department of Music will present an organ recital from guest
Hay on Tuesday, Jan. 22, at 7:30 p.m., Riceland Hall, Fowler Center.
Admission is free. Hay is instructor in
music at Arkansas Northeastern College in Blytheville and performs
frequently as a soloist and collaborative artist. His program will
include selections from BoŽllmann,
Bach, Reger, and Franck, among others. For details, contact the
Department of Music at ext. 2094, or see the
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