Jones completes computer forensic training
Dr. Russ Jones,
Computer and Information Technology, completed computer forensic training and advanced
training in network and telecommunication security as part of his
sabbatical last semester. During his leave he attended three
training seminars at various locations in the United States, and
later passed the Certified Information System Security Professional
(CISSP) exam. The CISSP exam is the nationís highest recognized
security credential. Only 18 people in the state of Arkansas hold
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Disability Awareness Week: March 13 - 17
week is Disability Awareness Week 2006 with numerous events planned
through Friday. The first event will be held today at 1 p.m.,
Technology for Human Expression, presented by Kay Wilcox Smith
in the Pine Tree room of the Student Union, 3rd floor. To see a
schedule of other events,
Tammy Fowler named Director of Admissions
Tammy Fowler, who has been serving as interim director, has been
named Director of Admissions, according to Dr. Rick Stripling,
chancellor for student affairs. An employee since 1994, Fowler has
served ASU in several capacities with her most recent as executive
assistant to the vice chancellor for student affairs. Fowler will be
responsible for developing and implementing recruitment strategies
for first-time freshmen and transfer students. In addition, she will
be responsible for implementing undergraduate admissions policies.
Week set for March 28 - 30
the theme Different Perspectives: Diverse Minds Create Better
Solutions, Multicultural Week 2006 will be Tuesday, March 28,
through Thursday, March 30. Numerous events and activities are
planned throughout the week, with the highlight being high tea at 3
p.m. on Wednesday, March 29, with Dr. Joycelyn Elders, former U.S.
Surgeon General. The events kick off on Tuesday with a noon - 2 p.m.
multicultural celebration in Heritage Plaza on the east side of the
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grant proposals from Kays Foundation
Foundation is inviting proposals from members of the ASU-Jonesboro
faculty for the 2007-08 academic year. The Kays Foundation provides
grants to support faculty, departments, colleges, or other entities
to assist in furthering the teaching, research and service goals at
ASU. For the 2007-08 academic year, no grant will exceed $20,000.
Application forms and other information are available from the
foundation offices, 1212 E. University Loop, or via email at
email@example.com or by calling 931-7898. Proposals
must be received in the foundation office no later than 4 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 1, 2006. Successful applicants will be announced in
Next week is Spring Break
week is Spring Break 2006, so there will be no classes Monday
through Friday, March 20 - 24. Administrative offices will be open
during the regular campus office hours of 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.
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