Feb. 7, 2007

Calendar highlights:

* North Delta Ag Expo, Thursday, Feb. 8 and Friday, Feb. 9, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Craighead Co. Fairgrounds

* Craighead Co. Spelling Bee, Friday, Feb. 9,     10 a.m., ASU-TV Studio


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Black History Month brings various events to campus
In celebration of Black History Month, the Breaking Down the Barriers Experience takes place today at 11 a.m. in the Student Union Center Court. This event is sponsored by the SGA 's Cultural Diversity Committee. At 7 p.m. tonight, the Brother to Brother Fashion Show will be held. On Friday, Feb. 9, an All Black Affair takes place at 7 p.m. in the Student Union Centennial Hall. For details, see http://studentlife.astate.edu/multiculturalaffairs.htm or contact Jerrod O. Lockhart.

'Food for the Soul' Soul Food Dinner rescheduled
The "Food for the Soul" Soul Food Dinner has been rescheduled for Thursday, Feb. 15, from 5-7 p.m. at the ASU Armory. For details, call the Delta Studies Center at 972-2325.

Marlay chairs and presents for NAFSA
Sue Marlay, director of International Programs, chaired and presented at an orientation for national leaders of NAFSA: Association of International Educators on Jan. 26, at NAFSA's annual Washington Leadership Meetings in Washington, D.C. Marlay is the chair of the Leadership Cultivation Subcommittee, which developed this leadership orientation program over the course of the last six months. The program includes an introduction to leadership in NAFSA, advocacy for international education, and volunteer management.

Latest edition of Renaissance journal
is published
The Department of English and Philosophy and the College of Humanities and Social Sciences have announced the publication of the most recent issue of "Explorations in Renaissance Culture." Co-sponsored by the South-Central Renaissance Association, this bi-annual journal takes an interdisciplinary approach involving literature and languages, music, and art to Renaissance studies. Dr. Frances Malpezzi, English, is editor. She is assisted by Joseph Bynum, editorial assistant, and Dr. William Clements, production editor, and a board of internationally known associate editors. Click here for more details about the latest issue.

ASU staff earn Certified Business Advisor credentials
The Arkansas Small Business Development Center announced that three ASU staff members have successfully completed the Certified Business Advisor (CBA) program. The CBA program trains Small Business Development Center (SBDC) staff in effective consulting and business skills through graduate-level courses and exams in accounting/financial analysis, marketing, and human resource management. ASU's SBDC staff who are new CBA graduates are Herb Lawrence, director of ASU's SBDC, Susan Glasgow, training coordinator, and Laura Miller, business consultant.

2007-2008 ASU-J academic calendar draft posted
A draft of the 2007-08 ASU-Jonesboro academic calendar has been posted on the Shared Governance website for review. Please respond to Dr. Lynita Cooksey by Friday, Feb. 9, for questions regarding the proposed calendar.

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