Dr. Bao-An Li presents in India at SERC
Bao-An Li, Physics, presented colloquia at the Tata Institute
for Fundamental Research in Mumbai, India, during Spring Break last
week. In addition to touring the region, Dr. Li gave six lectures on
nuclear dynamics at the 2006 SERC (Science and Engineering Research
Council) School in Nuclear Physics.
Lillie Mae Fears presents &
Dr. Lillie Mae Fears, Journalism, has published a paper,
"Assessing Anticipatory Socialization in PR: Impressions and
Interests of Early Mass Communication Entrants," in the summer
issue of Public Relations Review. Dr. Fears also co-presented
the paper, "So What Can You Do? Perceived Journalism Skill Sets in
the Introductory Mass Communications Course," at the
Southwest Education Council Symposium in Greeley, Colo. Dr. Fears
also presented the paper "An Analysis of the Bush Administration’s
Social Security Propaganda Campaign in Major U.S. Newspapers," at
the annual convention of the Association for Education in
Journalism and Mass Communication in San Antonio.
Celebration: April 5
The Enrollment Management Committee will host
a celebration at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, April 5, in the Student Union
Auditorium to share the achievements in student recruitment and
enrollment, student financial support, student retention and
success, student services and marketing. These achievements are a
result of efforts from the implementation of the Enrollment
Management Plan. Everyone is invited to attend. Refreshments will be
Latino music highlights Delta Symposium XII
Latino music and dance will highlight
Delta Blues Symposium XII: Delta Diversity, this Saturday, April 1,
from 2 – 4 p.m., at the ASU Pavilion. Like the Mississippi Delta
blues, conjunto music is the music of working people, and as the
Latino population in the Delta has grown, it has joined blues,
country music, and rock ‘n’ roll to form the region’s soundtrack.
Delta Blues Symposium XII is sponsored by the Department of English
and Philosophy. For details, see the
NewsPage, contact the department at 972-3043, or visit the website.
All Symposium events are free and open to the public.
Athletic endowment received from couple
ASU Athletics recently received an endowment
gift through the Indian Club from Tom and
Anna Belle Akers of Higden in Cleburne County. The endowment lends
support to ASU’s degree completion program for
student-athletes who have exhausted their eligibility, but need a
few extra hours for completion of a degree. Tom, a 1967 alumnus,
and Anna Belle are long-time supporters of ASU athletic programs.
More than 50 supporters of the athletic program participate in the
ASU endowment program to provide support for the
Through a Child's Eyes XX opens Sunday
The ASU Museum will open “Through a Child’s
Eyes XX” this Sunday at 1:30 p.m. with a presentation of awards and
a reception. The artists, their families, teachers and the public
are invited. The ASU Museum has sponsored “Through a Child’s Eyes”
annually since 1987 and this year the exhibition contains 267 works
of art. The exhibition will be in the museum lobby through April 30.
There is no admission fee. Museum hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday
through Friday and 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. For more
details, call 972-2074.
Kays Foundation Open House this Sunday
The Kays Foundation will host
an Open House from 2 - 4 p.m. this Sunday in the new
offices, 1212 East University Loop. Everyone is invited.
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