July 27, 2006

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Dr. Marburger presents paper in San Diego
Dr. Dan Marburger, Economics, presented "An Examination of the Arbitrator Exchangeability Hypothesis" at the Western Economic Association International conference recently in San Diego. The paper, which uses data from major league baseballís salary arbitration procedure, empirically tests the hypothesis that arbitrators think alike when rendering arbitration decisions.

Dr. Tina Quinn attends fraud & forensic conference
Dr. Tina Quinn, Accounting & Law, attended the 2006 Fraud & Forensic Accounting Conference at Louisiana State University earlier this month. The conference speakers included Cynthia Cooper, the former internal auditor at WorldCom, who was instrumental in uncovering the financial statement fraud that lead to the bankruptcy of WorldCom.

Dr. Hood discusses bioethanol with Memphis group
Dr. Elizabeth HoodDr. Elizabeth Hood, Research and Technology Transfer, was the featured speaker Wednesday for the Memphis BioWorks Development Council speaker series luncheon at the University of Memphis. Her topic was "Bioethanol as a Sustainable Energy Alternative."

Last day of Summer Term II is Wednesday
Wednesday, Aug. 2, is the last day of classes for Summer Session II, with final exams on Thursday, Aug. 3. August Commencement will be held on Friday, Aug. 4, at 7 p.m. in the Convocation Center. The fall semester begins on Monday, Aug. 21, with residence hall move-in day scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 19.
Farmers' Market is Saturday at the farm
The ASU Regional Farmersí Market will be open every Saturday through mid-fall, beginning at 7 a.m. It is an open air market and will be located on the ASU farm (Stadium Blvd. and Aggie Rd). Items that are available include: fresh vegetables, cut flowers, herbs, eggs, pecans, hay, honey and crafts.

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