Faculty research and achievements
See the latest
Campus News update to learn more about Dr.
Cherisse Jones, History; Dr. Elizabeth Stokes, Ms. Deborah
Gilbert-Palmer, Dr. Phyllis Skorga, Dr. Charlotte Young and Ms.
Deborah Persell, all of Nursing; Dr. Greg Phillips,
Agriculture; and Dr. Tillman Kennon and Dr. Bao an Li,
both of Chemistry and Physics.
First Summer Term classes begin Wednesday
The first of two five-week summer terms will get underway Wednesday, June 2,
and continues through Friday, July 2.
The second summer term begins on Tuesday, July 6, and concludes Aug. 5. The full academic calendar, in PDF format, may be accessed by going
through the "resources" tab on the Research and Academic Affairs web
page, or clicking on
Museum offers Discovery Classes for
haven't found something special for your children age 9-13 this summer,
the ASU Museum has opportunities for fun and educational experiences.
Discovery Classes will feature Native American crafts, ceramics,
photography and printmaking. The one-week sessions begin each
Monday in June. Faculty and staff qualify for a discount.
Find more details in the NewsPage
AETN presents documentary about Clover Bend
Tele Vision of Arkansas has
produced a half-hour documentary about the Depression-era government
operated farm settlement project at Clover Bend in Lawrence County.
The ASU Heritage Studies Ph.D. Program and the Dean B. Ellis Library are
among the sponsors for the production, which was funded primarily by an
Arkansas Humanities Council grant. The program will be aired by
Arkansas Educational Television Network (AETN) Wednesday, June 2, at
6:30 p.m., KAIT-TV on Saturday, June 5, at 12:30
p.m., and at other times by stations throughout the state.
Assessment summits start June 9
reminder . . . the
first Academic Chairs Summit, "Scaling New Heights," will be Wednesday,
June 9, from 1:30 to 3:30 at the Jonesboro Regional Chamber of Commerce
office on East Nettleton Ave. This is the first in a summer series of
summits focused on improving student learning through assessment.
Future sessions will be held June 23, July 7, July 21, and Aug. 4 at the Convocation Center.
While the Summits are designed for Academic Chairs, all faculty members
are invited . . . register for any of the sessions by
e-mailing Dr. Kent Johnson, director of Assessment Services, at
email@example.com, or find more information at the
Staff Senate hosts successful picnic,
Hundreds of ASU staff members
enjoyed the annual Staff Senate picnic last Wednesday at the Pavilion.
While there, they bid on prizes generously donated by a large number of
area merchants. The winning bidders were announced through e-mail
last week. The auction raised $1,457.50 and the bake sale netted
$191.95 for the Senate's discretionary fund. The extra food was donated
to City Youth Ministries to benefit participants. Congratulations to all who
were involved in planning, preparing and executing this terrific event.
See the Staff Senate web
page to learn more about the group and how it serves all ASU employees.
E-mail etiquette helps with virus
One tip always mentioned in e-mail "etiquette" guides helps users find
and open valid e-mails, while avoiding those carrying malicious viruses
or worms. Always use a descriptive subject line...for example,
"Tuesday meeting notes, adding course" is much better than "Meeting" or
leaving the subject line blank.
This week is a 'quick' version
This "quick" version of Inside
ASU is being distributed a day later than normal because the university
was closed for Memorial Day on May 31. We will follow a similar
schedule in July, when the university is closed on Monday, July 5, for
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