Inside ASU takes hiatus
Inside ASU will take a brief hiatus, due to office renovations and
the ensuing need for temporary relocation. There will be no issue of
Inside ASU on the observed Memorial Day holiday, Monday, May 25.
Look for an issue of Inside ASU on Thursday, May 28.
For details, contact Sara E.
McNeil or Gina Bowman.
Dr. Stillwell is keynote
Dr. Jim Stillwell, chair,
Health, Physical Education, and Sport Sciences, was the keynote
the May 8-9 Family Child Care Conference Sponsored by
ASU Childhood Services.
Each spring, ASU Childhood Services hosts a special
conference dedicated to family child care providers. This two-day
conference offers training sessions geared toward best practices,
quality, and current issues that are related to family child care
homes. The conference is scheduled to meet the needs of family child
care providers. For details, call
Childhood Services at 1-(888) 429-1585 or (870) 972-3055.
University Police Department
is fully accredited
ASU-Jonesboro’s University Police
Department (UPD) recently received notification of full accreditation
status by the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement
Administrators (IACLEA). ASUJ is the first university police department
in the state to become IACLEA-accredited. There are four municipal
police departments and one university (UA-Fayetteville) police
department in the state that are accredited through the Commission on
Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA).
A final report, which confirmed accreditation,
was prepared by the assessors and the IACLEA board, which
consists of 13 professionals in college policing and college
administration from around the nation. For details, see the
STFM presents special lecture tonight
Farmers Museum, 117 Main Street, Tyronza, is currently hosting Marjorie
J. Hunter’s exhibit “Hope and Despair: FSA
Photography in Arkansas during the Great Depression,” beginning Tuesday,
May 5 and running through June 30. On Thursday, May 21, at 7 p.m., the
museum will present a special presentation by Marjorie J. Hunter, a
history teacher at West Memphis High School and a student in the
Heritage Studies PhD program at Arkansas State University-Jonesboro.
Admission is free, the public is welcome, and refreshments will be
For details, about the “Hope and Despair” exhibition, or other
special events at the Southern Tenant Farmers Museum, contact
Linda Hinton, assistant
director, at (870) 487-2909, e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org, or see the
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