Drs. Narey & Yanowitz selected as Faculty Fellows
Wayne Narey, English, and Dr. Karen
Yanowitz, Psychology, have been selected to serve as Faculty
Fellows for the academic year 2006-07. Dr. Narey joined the faculty
in 1990 and is an associate professor of English in the College of
Humanities and Social Sciences. Dr. Yanowitz came to ASU in 1996 and
is associate professor of psychology in the College of Education.
Both professors will have a six-hour reassignment per semester to assist
in the development of a Faculty Center (to be named later). The main
focus and mission of the center will be to assist and support ASU
faculty members in their teaching and instruction to improve student
This initiative is sponsored and supported by the Office
of Research and Academic Affairs.
The Faculty Fellows will work with Dr. Don Maness, special
assistant to the VCRAA for instructional innovation,
as the center becomes operational this fall. Work will be conducted over
the summer months to have some services and resources available for
the ASU faculty this fall.
For all the latest faculty and staff
achievements, go to Campus News.
for summer and fall
The Registrar's Office has
posted several important dates on its web site, relating to
registration for the terms Summer I, Summer II and Fall 2006. Other
dates and events are also posted. If you or someone you know is
planning to take a class, refer them to the
Registrar's web site.
Telephone tip for Cisco telephone
users . . .
When calling one of your
colleagues on campus and the voice mail answers, here is a quick
step to avoid the usual standard greeting. Instead of
listening to "This is XXX from the Office of XXX ...," simply
hit the pound sign (#) as soon as you hear the greeting start. You will
immediately hear a tone, and thus bypassing the greeting. Then, all
you have to do is leave the message. This tip is passed along as a
way to save
Monday is Memorial Day holiday
ASU will be closed Monday,
May 29, for the Memorial Day holiday. Inside ASU will not
be published on Monday, but will resume on the next publication
day, Thursday, June 1.
The first summer term begins next Wednesday 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.
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