Dr. Charles Hartwig's article accepted for
Charles Hartwig, Political Science, has been advised by the editor of the
peer-reviewed journal Liberian Studies Journal that his article
"Peacekeeping in Liberia: ECOMOG and the Struggle for Order" has been accepted
for publication, which is scheduled for the December 2005 issue.
Alumni celebration in Stuttgart
Last Thursday, the Grand Prairie Summer Celebration was held in Stuttgart
and deemed a huge success. Nearly 100 people were in attendance to welcome
freshmen who will be attending ASU for the first time this fall. Also in
attendance were several ASU alumni including Arkansas Attorney General Mike
Beebe, and news anchors Beth Hunt of KATV Channel 7 and Liz Massey of KTHV
Channel 11, both of Little Rock.
next event will the
Central Arkansas Summer Celebration tomorrow in Little Rock
in the backyard of Dr. Tim and Terri Langford, '84, at 6:30 p.m.
Dress is very casual and dinner
will be provided by Corky's. Special guests will be Dr. Les Wyatt and head
football Coach Steve Roberts. Incoming
freshmen (entering ASU this fall) will be recognized and receive a free T-shirt.
AccessPoint 'test drive' for faculty and
Faculty and staff have probably heard about the AccessPoint portal system coming
to the ASU computing environment. AccessPoint provides the potential for
more effective communication across campus. To help familiarize everyone
with AccessPoint's capabilities and advantages, Information and Technology
Services has organized a series of "technology test drives" during the week of
Aug. 1-5. AccessPoint
can be customized to the user's specific needs and interests. It will
facilitate communication among groups (such as a department or committee).
If it sounds too technical, relax...anyone with basic computer skills can
navigate AccessPoint. To reserve a space,
and select a date and time to attend. The sessions last three hours.
Program's Literacy Camp
The Delta Bridge Program, administered
through the Department of Teacher Education, will host Literacy and
Technology Camp all this week and continuing through next week. The two-week residential camp is for students entering grades 7-9 who reside in either
Craighead, Mississippi, Crittenden or Phillips counties. Reading, writing and
technology courses will fill the day while extra curricular activities will be
held in the evenings. The weekend's activities will include cultural and
academic field trips.
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