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99th Year

Aug. 7, 2008

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New Faculty Orientation,
Aug. 18-19

Faculty Conference, Wednesday, Aug. 20

College and Department Faculty meetings, Thursday-Friday, Aug. 21-22

Final day for admissions, Friday,
Aug. 22


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Hannah completes institute training, is designated Fellow
Russ Hannah, Finance and Administration, recently completed the Peabody Professional Institute in Higher Education Management at Vanderbilt UniversityRuss Hannah and was designated a 2008 Summer Fellow of the universityís Peabody College. The one-week institute provides training designed to enable participants to make decisions for their home organizations grounded in theory and supported by data. Its central focus is human learning with connections to social, financial, and political capital; organizational dynamics; leadership; instruction; curriculum; and decision analyses. Only twenty individuals are selected each year to attend the institute, and selection is competitive. For details, visit the Peabody Professional Institutes.

Glasco earns professional certification
Lisa Glasco, Procurement Services, has earned the professional designation of  Certified Procurement Card Professional (CPCP) through the National Association of Procurement Card Professionals (NAPCP). Glasco passed the exam to earn the CPCP designation in June. Earning the CPCP designation means that an individual has reached the highest standard of professionalism in the P-Card industry today. Peers and employers recognize these individuals as leaders, committed to developing, implementing, and sharing their knowledge of preeminent P-Card practices. Glasco is the only person in the state of Arkansas to hold CPCP certification.

Mike Doyle is named interim general manager of KASU
Michael B. Doyle, Radio-Television, has been named interim general manager of KASU-FMike DoyleM, the public radio service of Arkansas State University. Doyle leads a staff of five full-time radio professionals and five part-time student producers. His appointment became effective July 1. Doyle began his radio career as a part-time student announcer at KASU while earning a bachelorís degree in radio-TV, graduating from ASU in 1974. In 1984-85, Doyle attended Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, earning a masterís degree in mass communications. He joined the ASU department of radio-TV as an instructor in 1985-86. In addition to teaching various courses, he has coordinated the departmentís internship program. He is also the producer and host of  KASUís ďMusic from the Isles,Ē an hour of Celtic music, airing each Saturday morning from 5-6 a.m. and each Sunday morning from 9:30-10:30 a.m. For details, see the NewsPage release.

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