June 27, 2005

This week:

CSI Camp
Monday - Friday

New Student Orientation,
Tuesday, all day

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& information:

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Strategic Planning

First Friday

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Faculty members receive prestigious awards 
Richard Carvell  Richard Carvell, chair of the Department of Radio-Television, has received the Distinguished Educator Award from the Arkansas Advertising Federation at their meeting earlier this month in Little Rock.
  Dr. Jack Zibluk, Journalism, has been named the winnerDr. Jack Zibluk of the Robert F. Garland Award for photojournalism education. This is the only educational achievement award given by the National Press Photographers Association and is one of only five such awards given at the national level. Zibluk was cited for his work in diversity, access and ethics, and his news photographer columns as well as other activities. Zibluk received the award June 25 in San Antonio.
  For more details about their presentations and the achievements of other faculty and staff, see updates in Campus News.

Career Awareness and Leadership Institute

Last week, 53 students from Crittenden County were on campus for a pilot program titled, Career Awareness and Leadership Institute. The students, age 14-20, spent two days in career exploration and goal setting, and two days in leadership activities.
  On Thursday, the students participated in team building activities with the "Ropes Course," thanks to the assistance of the ROTC at the Armory. Counseling Services and Tribal Leadership developed and coordinated the various workshops, labs and activities for the week. For more, see the news release on the NewsPage.

Inaugural CSI Camp held last week
The inaugural Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) Camp was held last week. A second session began today and continues through Friday, providing “hands-on” experience at reconstructed crime scenes. Students will learn how to create an investigative plan and understand 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. For more details, see CSI.

New Student Orientation on campus tomorrow
New Student Orientation will be held on campus tomorrow...(The NSO session for Tuesday is full. However, there are several dates available in July and August.)
  When you see visitors, please show them gracious hospitality by offering a smile, a hello, or lending a helping hand to assist them in the right direction. For more details or to see other NSO dates for the summer, see the web site.

4th of July holiday is Monday; campus closed
Next Monday, July 4, is a state holiday and all ASU offices and departments are closed. Inside ASU will be published Tuesday, instead of Monday. The first day of classes for Session II of the summer term will begin on Tuesday, July 5, and will continue through Tuesday, Aug. 2.

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