Dr. Morrow to present lecture on archeological looting
The Central Mississippi
Valley Archeological Society (CMVAS) will present a lecture, "The
Looting of Arkansas Heritage," by Dr. Julie Morrow, ASU's Arkansas
Archeological Survey station archeologist. The lecture, free and
open to the public, will take place Tuesday, May 5, 7 p.m., ASU
Museum, Room 182. For details,
contact Dr. Julie Morrow at
ext. 2071, or see the NewsPage release.
University offers summer camps,
ASU-Jonesboro announces Summer@State, a
program with a wide selection of camps and activities that are
easily accessible from ASUís home page. When browsers click on the
Summer@State icon on the News and Events tab, they will find three
categories of camps and conferences: ASU Youth Camps, Athletic
Camps and Family Fun and Hobbies. Jonesboro and surrounding
communities now have a one-stop shop to view the variety of
university-wide offerings. ASU-Jonesboro's Center for Regional Programs
is organizing and housing Summer@State,
although many individual departments throughout the university are
offering and presenting the various activities. Campers and enrollees are encouraged
to contact the individual department sponsors with specific
questions and/or for registration. General questions may be directed
to Dr. Verlene Ringgenberg,
dean, Center for Regional Programs, (870)
972-3052. Visit Camps and
to view a list of available activities.
Regional Programs offers community
Summer@State has never been so much fun.
Center for Regional Programs, is now offering new activities for the community--Family
Fun and Hobbies is a
selection of special interest classes and workshops specifically
designed for a variety of ages. With hand-picked courses like
Acrylic Painting, Digital Photography, and Chess for Beginners,
Computing for Seniors, Growing an Herb or Vegetable Garden, Acting
for the Community Theater, Spanish for Medical Professionals, Green
Living, and Organic Skin Care, itís easy to learn something new,
start a hobby or just have some fun. The
Summer Schedule is posted and has a wide range of
development and fun activities for kids and adults. Click here for
a pdf of the schedule.
Schedules are available from the Center for Regional Programs,
Smith Hall, Suite 410, where participants may register in person.
Participants may also
register online. For more information, or to register and pay
with a credit card by phone, call ext. 3052, or contact
coordinator, community education, ext. 8364. For details, see the
Guerrilla Marketing workshops on tap May 11
The ASU Small Business
and Technology Development Center (SBTDC) will be offering a special
marketing workshop for small businesses in Jonesboro, Monday, May 11, to
help small business owners develop effective low-cost and no-cost
marketing tools to grow their businesses.
The father of Guerrilla Marketing, Jay Conrad Levinson, believes any
business can increase profits by investing time, energy, information,
and imagination – rather than money – in its marketing efforts. The seminar
will be offered in two sessions Monday, May 11 at the ASU Technical
Center, 5504 Krueger Drive, Jonesboro. Sessions will be offered from 1-4
p.m. and again from 6-9 p.m.
for either of the sessions online, call the ASU SBTDC at (870) 972-3517, or send e-mail
registration to firstname.lastname@example.org. The
seminar fee is $35 per person or $20 for Jonesboro Regional Chamber of
Commerce members. The seminar is co-sponsored by the Jonesboro Regional
Chamber of Commerce and East Arkansas Planning and Development District.
For more information, contact Herb Lawrence, ASU SBTDC director, at
ext.3517, or see the NewsPage release.
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