Women's Conference 2007 to be held at ASU
ASU will host Women's Conference 2007, "The Foundation of LeadHership"
on Tuesday and Wednesday, March 27-28. The keynote lecture,
"Evening of Leadership for Women Only," is March 28, at
6:30 p.m. in the Reng Center's Centennial Ballroom. The keynote
speaker is Jennifer T. Robert Edwards, adjunct instructor in
both the First-Year Experience program and the department of speech
communication at Sam Houston State University. Edwards is the sixth speaker in the Leadership Development Series, sponsored by the
Office of Diversity Initiatives, Student Affairs, and the Office of
Multicultural Affairs. For details, contact 2055.
David Wick presents at NAFSA
Academy Spring Training
David Wick, International Programs, presented a half-day
workshop, "Education Abroad Advising," at the NAFSA: Association of
International Educators' Academy. The four-day NAFSA Academy Spring
Training was held at Emory University, Atlanta, Ga. In addition to
presenting, Wick serves as a coach for international educators in
Region III (Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas).
Bill Rowe's artwork featured in international art fair
Bill Rowe, Art, recently
exhibited his neon artwork (courtesy of the Schroeder Romero
Gallery) in Pulse New York 2007, a biannual
international invitational contemporary art fair, held at the 69th
Regiment Armory, home to the legendary 1913 Armory Show. Rowe's neon
"Pluto or Plato" will also be included in the 34th annual
juried competition at the Masur Museum of Art in Monroe, La.
Rowe's work will also be exhibited in the upcoming exhibition,
"Perspectives," at the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art. "Perspectives"
is a juried exhibition of regional contemporary art.
Dr. Hansen exhibits photography at ASU Museum
An exhibition of photographs by
Dr. Gregory Hansen, English and Folklore, is now on display
at the ASU Museum. "Lasting Legacies of the Stone Carver" depicts
hand-carved stones from Indiana's Limestone Belt and the Arkansas
Delta. The exhibit provides special focus on the symbolism expressed
in tree trunk tombstones.
ASU Delta Studies Center presents oral history exhibit
The ASU Delta Studies Center's
oral history photographic exhibit, "Arkansas Delta
Agricultural and Community in Transition, 1920-1980: An Oral
History," is on display at the third floor program/exhibits
area of the Dean B. Ellis Library through
April 15. The exhibit, dedicated to the memory of
Senator Jerry Bookout, captures the heart of the Delta region
through the voices of its people. A reception and short program will
be held Sunday, April 1, from 2-4 p.m. in honor of Jerry Bookout and
his family. Peggy R. Wright, Delta Studies Center, and Dr.
Brady Banta, Archives and Special
Collections, co-managed the oral history project. The exhibit is available to community and civic groups. For
bookings, call (870) 972-2325.
Fowler Center Series to present pianist Joyce Yang
will perform in the Riceland Distinguished Series at Fowler Center
on Tuesday, March 27, at 7:30 p.m. In 2005, the 19-year-old Yang won
the silver medal in the 12th Van Cliburn International Piano
Competition, where she also won awards for best performance of
chamber music and best performance of a new work.
Tickets are $23 and $15 for
ASU faculty and staff
and $10 and $6 for ASU students.
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