John Salvest's work opens in New York
Work by John Salvest, Art, will be featured in an
exhibition in New York May 18 through June 24 at
Gallery. No Time For Sorrow explores the realm of sculpture
through the evocative power of everyday materials. Business cards,
wine corks, cigarette butts, chewing gum, slivers of soap and chalk
nubs are used to create works that communicate personal realizations
about time, mortality and the many paradoxes of the human condition.
Haran receives grant for his research
Shivan Haran, Engineering, has received a faculty research grant
for his project titled Development of a real-time bio-monitoring
system to monitor water toxicity. The project involves the
design of a real-time bio-monitoring system based on measurement of
clam gape (opening and closure of a clam) through the use of
non-contact displacement transducers. Eventually, the study should
provide the ability for real-time monitoring of the quality and
safety of source water and watershed ecology through such a
minimally invasive technique.
Warren Johnson presents in Sweden
Dr. Warren Johnson, French, presented a paper, Noir
avant noir: le cinéma de contrastes chez Sjöström et Gance on
the silent film directors Victor Sjöström and Abel Gance at the
international and interdisciplinary conference "Colours and Lights
of the North" held at the University of Stockholm, Sweden, last
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The first summer term begins
on Wednesday, May 31, and continues until the last day of classes on
Thursday, June 29. The second summer term begins on Wednesday, July
5, and continues until Wednesday, Aug. 2. August Commencement will
be held on Friday, Aug. 4. The fall semester begins on Monday, Aug.
Returning to the Classroom rescheduled
for May 16
Returning to the Classroom is set for
Tuesday, May 16, in the Mockingbird Room of the new Student Union
from 4 – 7 p.m. Sponsored by the Office of Admissions, Returning
to the Classroom is a drop-in for individuals to receive helpful
information on how to pursue educational opportunities at ASU. This
would primarily include non-traditional students who have never
attended college or who want to return and finish their degree.
Returning to the Classroom serves as an information session and
will include the following departments: Admissions, Advisement
Services, ASU Bookstore, Career Services, Counseling Services,
Financial Aid & Scholarships, Nontraditional Student Services,
Residence Life, Student Support Services and the University College.
For more information, contact Admissions at 972-3024.
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