ASU-Jonesboro calendar for this academic year
The ASU-Jonesboro calendar
for the 2007-2008 academic year has been posted as a pdf file at the Academic Affairs and
Research website under "Resources," but there is much more
information available for students, faculty, and staff. "Resources" listings include Daily Digest request forms, a Deans, Chairs, and Directors
roster, and links to Human Resources, as well
as information on Faculty Senate, the Faculty Center for Teaching
and Learning, and much more, including Promotion, Tenure, and
Retention Documents. Find pertinent information for the fall term at
Faculty events will start
Among the upcoming events
listed in the ASU-Jonesboro calendar for the academic year 2007-2008 are
Orientation for New Faculty, scheduled for Monday-Tuesday, Aug.
13-14, Fall Faculty Conference, scheduled for Wednesday, Aug. 15,
college and departmental meetings, scheduled for Thursday-Friday,
Aug. 16-17, and First Year Convocation, scheduled for Sunday, Aug. 19, at 2 p.m.
Mark your calendars and expect updates in Inside ASU as the
beginning of fall semester 2007 approaches. Regular classes begin on
Monday, Aug. 20.
Parking permits for 2007-2008
Student, staff/employee, faculty/staff, and motorcycle permits for 2007-08 are
now available at the Parking Services office from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Current 2006-07 parking permits
remain valid through August 31, 2007. Permit applicants need a state vehicle
license plate number and a physical ASU ID card.
Customers will complete a brief Scantron computer form to register a
primary vehicle permit.
Student and staff/employee permits are $50, and faculty/staff
permits are $70. Payments are not accepted at the Parking
Services office. Customer accounts will be billed. Payroll deduction agreements are available
online at the Human Resources website.
For details, contact Parking Services at 972-2945 or
announces national scholarship recipient
Erica L. Smith, a Master of
Public Administration student in the Department of Political
Science, was recently awarded one of three national scholarships for
Washington internships. The $2,000 award was conferred by Pi Sigma
Alpha, the national honor society for Political Science. The
Washington Intern Scholarship, an annual award, is designed for
students participating in political science internships in
Washington, D.C. during either summer term or fall semester. Smith
was nominated for the highly competitive scholarship by Dr.
Catherine C. Reese, Public Administration, faculty advisor for
ASU's Iota Eta chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha.
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