Dr. Cundall publishes two articles
Michael Cundall, Philosophy, has published two articles:
Autism’s Relation to Theory of Mind, Executive Control and
Simulation Theory in the “Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies”
and How to Develop and Promote an Undergraduate
Research Day in “Honors in Practice."
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achievements, go to Campus News.
Arts in Criminal Justice
Last Friday, Feb. 3, at the Arkansas
Higher Education Coordinating Board's quarterly meeting, ASU was
approved for a Master of Arts in Criminal Justice. The proposed
33-credit hour master's program in criminal justice will complement
the bachelor's program, which began in 1985. The master's program
will be implemented next fall.
Jordanian and Israeli
scholars on campus
The Department of Political
Science and the Middle East Studies Committee will host two scholars
from Jordan and Israel this week. In addition to their
scholarly achievements, both have served as cabinet ministers in
their respective national governments. The guests will speak
to several classes today through Thursday and attend Middle East
Studies Night activities this evening. They also will be
guests of honor at a reception in the Political Science Department
student lounge today from 3:15 until 4:30 p.m. Everyone is
welcome. For details, contact
Dr. Charles Hartwig in
Mardi Gras Madness: Thursday
in Greene County
ASU will host Mardi Gras Madness at the
Paragould Chamber of Commerce this Thursday from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m.
The drop-in will include plenty of festive food, giveaways, prizes,
and even a scholarship. Representatives from ASU will be available
to answer questions and accept applications for scholarships,
admissions, and residence life. The event is free. For more details,
contact Jake Hampton at 972-3024 or via email at
Scholarship deadline is Feb. 15
Wednesday, Feb. 15, is the priority deadline
for all ASU scholarships. All students applying for scholarships
should submit a scholarship application and complete the admissions
requirements prior to that date.
Studies presents public lecture, Thursday
Archives, Oral History and The Civil Rights Movement
will be presented by the Heritage Studies Ph.D. Program at 4 p.m.
this Thursday in room 157 of the ASU Museum. The public lecture will
be given by Dr. Douglas A. Boyd,
for the Kentucky Oral History Commission of the Kentucky Historical
Society. Boyd has served as the senior archivist for the oral
history and folklife collections at the Kentucky Historical Society,
where he managed an archive of more than 8,000 interviews. Boyd has
designed the Civil Rights portion of the Kentucky Oral History
Project’s online digital media database. For more details, see
First Friday, report from Dr. Wyatt
This month's First Friday report by ASU President Dr. Les
Wyatt was distributed to all faculty and staff on Friday, Feb. 3.
This month's report included the university's plan and action steps
to hire a chancellor for the ASU-Jonesboro campus. To see First
Friday, click here.
Sideman opens Friday
The Theatre Department will
open the third production of the 2005-06 season this Friday with the
Tony Award-winning drama Sideman
by Warren Leight. Sideman will be performed in the Drama Theatre at Fowler Center.
Additional performances are scheduled for Saturday, and Tuesday and Wednesday, Feb. 14 and 15, all at 7:30 p.m.
For more details, see the NewsPage.
King's Singers here for
The King’s Singers will
perform at Fowler Center next Monday, Feb. 13, at 7:30 p.m.
Performance tickets may be purchased by
calling 972-2781 or at the ASU Central Box Office.
Prices are $23 and $15 for ASU faculty and staff, with a special ASU student rate
of $10 and $6.
For more information, call the Fowler Center at 972-3471 or see the
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