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March 17, 2008

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Last day of summer term classes, Thursday, June 26

ASU Museum Pottery Camp, Monday-Friday, June 2-6



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Arkansas Folklife Program receives NEA grant
Arkansas State University has been awarded a $25,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to support the Arkansas Folklife Program. The Arkansas Folklife Program, a statewide program, collaborates with the Arkansas Arts Council. This NEA grant marks the fourth year of support for the statewide folklife program. The grant provides support for a variety of projects coordinated by Arkansas Folklife Program director, Dr. J. Michael Luster.
For more details about the Arkansas Folklife Program, to request talks or programs, or to suggest leads or topics, please e-mail Dr. Luster, or subscribe to the Yahoo group ArkFolkNet, or see the NewsPage release for details.

ASU SBDC offers seminars in June
In June, Arkansas State University’s Small Business Development Center (ASU SBDC) will offer informative and affordable training seminars for small business owners throughout Northeast Arkansas. These training seminars focus on current and practical information covering a wide variety of business topics of importance to any entrepreneur. Topics include financing, marketing, business and financial planning, government contracting, and computer/Internet technology.
For details, contact Susan Glasgow, training coordinator, Arkansas State University Small Business Development Center (ASU SBDC) at ext. 3517, or see the NewsPage release.

ASU offers Summer Bridge program
ASU's Student Support Services announces its “Bridging the Gap” Summer Bridge program. This free program will be held Thursday-Friday, August 21-22, and is designed to introduce incoming or non-traditional students to the resources needed for success in college and to individually introduce them to Arkansas State University. For details, contact Sanoya Amienyi, director, Student Support Services, ext, 3123, visit the Student Support Services web site, or see the NewsPage release.

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