Aug. 11, 2003

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Faculty orientation schedule
New faculty orientation has been scheduled for Aug. 18 and 19. Information regarding new faculty orientation (including a list of new faculty, meeting agenda for orientation and various links) can be found at
Faculty conference will be held on Aug. 20 in the Fowler Center with a breakfast buffet beginning at 8 a.m., and the meeting scheduled to begin at 8:45 a.m., concluding by noon. College and department meetings will be held on Aug. 21 with new student orientation on Aug. 22.

Board of Trustees meeting rescheduled
The ASU Board of Trustees meeting scheduled for Sept. 12 has been rescheduled to Saturday, Sept. 13, at 10 a.m. in the Board Room, 8th floor, Dean B. Ellis Library. The meeting is one of several Homecoming Day activities.

Faculty and staff achievements
Several new faculty and staff achievements have been listed in Campus News.  Information for Campus may be submitted to

Wilson Hall: Closed on August 17 and 18

Reminder: Several ASU departments will be involved in a community-wide disaster drill on Monday, Aug. 18, in Wilson Hall. Beginning at approximately 3 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 17, Wilson Hall will be closed to all faculty, staff and students. The Craighead County Office of Emergency Management is conducting the disaster drill, according to Lori Roach, ASU safety administrator. 

Football promotions calendar announced
With four home games and one game in Little Rock, the ASU football program has a lineup of game promotions for Indian Stadium and the Rock Classic:
     Sept. 6 -- Call to Heroes” night, (home opener against Tennessee-Martin), honoring police, military personnel and teachers  
     “Paint the Town Red” kicks off the first week with local businesses dressing their locations in red and black.
     "ASU Family Day," includes the President's Reception and several other events -- see 
     "Faculty and Staff Appreciation Day," 4 - 6 p.m. tailgate party on the west side of the stadium, complimentary football tickets will be distributed. Watch for your invitation in the mail!
     “Bring Your ‘A’ Game,”
where kids with an ‘A’ on their report card will be admitted free of charge to the first game. (Children must be admitted with family members who pay the $7 general admission ticket.)
     “Faith Night” for various churches and faiths. ($7 general admission price is available with a church bulletin).
      Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts will also be recognized with scouts and family members receiving general admission for $7.
      The residents of Greene County will be recognized at the game. They will be given the $7 general admission price with a valid driver’s license.
      Sept. 13 -- ASU hosts Southeast Missouri State, children receive free admission by attending the game with one paid adult through the NCAA’s “Take A Kid to the Game” promotion.
      Oct. 4 -- “Break the Record” has been dubbed the promotion for the Little Rock game, entitled the “Rock Classic,” when the Indians face the Indians of Louisiana-Monroe. Officials are hoping to shatter the ASU attendance record by having 30,000 fans at the “Rock Classic.” A specially designed trophy has been created for the winner of the game at the “Rock Classic.” 
      Nov. 8 -- The annual “Ring of Honor” ceremony will be held at halftime when ASU hosts Idaho. An 11th name will be added to the Ring whose members are enshrined on the west façade of Indian Stadium. 
     Nov. 20 -- “Agri Day,” when members of the agricultural community are admitted with a $7 general admission ticket.

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