Active Years magazine lists ASU among
Active Years (AY) magazine is
a Little Rock-based monthly magazine published by Vicki Vowell . AY
focuses on cuisine, fashion, and travel for active lifestyles and
recently included ASU in its selection "AY's Best," in the May 2008
20th anniversary edition. AY readers nominated businesses, venues,
and individuals who provide the finest services and products in the
state. ASU was voted best in-state college, tying with the
University of Arkansas at Little Rock. AY noted that the ASU System
includes 10 colleges, several campuses, an honors college, a museum,
and the Delta Studies Center. ASU also offers 36 degree programs,
157 fields of study, and remarkable faculty and staff.
ASU offers plethora of summer
Arkansas State University will offer a selection of summer
academic camps this year. All camps will be held on the campus of
ASU-Jonesboro. Camps include CSI: Forensic Sciences Camp, Creating
Student Investigators Camp, Horse Camp, ASU Museum Camp, Choir Camp
(at both junior and senior high levels), and Summer Piano Festival.
For details, including dates, fees, and contact numbers, see the
ASU Museum Camp enrolling now for summer
ASU Museum Camp is for children ages 8-13. The cost per child for
each camp is $85 for ASU Museum members and $100 for non-members and
includes supplies. Limited class size offers an excellent experience
for students. Admission is first-come, first-served. No telephone or
e-mail reservations will be accepted, and full payment must
accompany registration. Pottery will be offered Monday-Friday, June
2-6, and there are two sections, from 9 a.m.-12 noon and from 1-4
p.m. Printmaking will be offered Monday-Friday, June 9-13, from 1-4
p.m. Robo-Camp will be held Monday-Friday, June 9-13, and there are
two sections--from 9 a.m.-12 noon and from 1-4 p.m. Art meets science
and engineering in this introduction to robotics. The brains of the
operation, a miniature computer named Cricket, and the laptop
computers necessary for programming will be available during camp.
Click here for
the enrollment form, or visit the ASU Museum
Museum Camp page.
CoHSS offers CSI: Forensic Science Camp
ASU's College of Humanities and Social Sciences offers CSI: Forensic
Science Camp this summer. The camp will provide hands-on experience
at reconstructed crime scenes, in the lab, and in the classroom.
Students will learn how to create an investigative plan, and they
will learn about the connections between crime scenes, the lab,
interrogation, and the courtroom. Crime scene processing, lab
analysis (forensic biology and chemistry), investigative strategies,
and psychological profiling will also be covered. Lecturers include
ASU faculty, law enforcement personnel, professional investigators,
and laboratory scientists. Students will also utilize ASUís
libraries, labs, and advanced technology resources. Session I runs
from Monday-Friday, June 16-20; Session II runs from Monday-Friday,
June 23-27. The fee for the camp is $350, with a $50 deposit due by
Friday, May 30. The camp fee covers instructional materials and lab
fees, and room and meals for five days and four nights in ASUís
residence halls. Students must bring linens, pillows, and towels.
Around-the-clock adult supervision is provided. For details, call
the College of Humanities & Social Sciences at ext. 3973.
Inside ASU begins its summer
Inside ASU, the thrice-weekly
electronic newsletter for faculty and staff, will begin its summer
schedule today, with two issues per week, on Monday and Thursday.
Send news items to
Markham Howe and/or
Sara E. McNeil at least
2-3 weeks prior to the dates on which events will occur for
publication in Inside ASU. Faculty
and staff requiring assistance with the preparation and distribution
of news releases should supply drafts of releases 3-4 weeks prior
to targeted date of release. For details, call ext. 3633.
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