Student events for new academic year
Student Affairs has planned a great lineup of activities for the
first week of the academic year.
Welcome Week 2006 began with Operation
Move-in on Saturday, which included the Alumni Association's
annual Watering Hole. Today, from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m., the Barret
Baber Band will perform live at the Student Union Courtyard. At 4
p.m. today, the First Year Convocation will be conducted by Academic
Affairs at the Convocation Center. First Year Convocation marks the transition of first-year
students to the university and affirms our commitment, as a
university, to helping them achieve their goals.
For more on Welcome Week, click here.
Dr. Richard Segall attends conferences
Dr. Richard Segall, Computer & Information Technology,
attended two teaching conferences recently. In July, he attended the
AACSB International Teaching Effectiveness Seminar in Tampa, Fla.,
and in June he attended the 2006 AACSB Faculty Conference on
Learning and Education in St. Petersburg, Fla. The AACSB is the
Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business
(International) and is the accrediting organization for the ASU
College of Business.
Dr. Kesselring's research in
Times of London
Do women who advance their
financial status upset a balance at home, leading more often to
divorce? Research by Dr. Randall Kesselring, Economics, on this topic was
featured in Sunday's Times of London. If the link is still
click here to read about it.
For all the latest updates on additional faculty and staff achievements,
go to Campus News.
Day of Caring
The United Way Day of Caring will be Friday, Sept. 15,
and volunteers are urgently needed! ASU
faculty and staff have traditionally been involved in a big way, and
this year your help is needed more than ever. Jill Bristow, special
coordinator in University Advancement, is coordinating ASU's United
Way activity this year ... contact her at 972-3362 or by
email to volunteer for Day
Stop . . . and read about
campus traffic changes
A four-way stop is a new
feature at the intersection of University Loop East and U Street, on
the east side of the new residence halls. Also, Danner Ave. on
the south side of the halls is being converted to one-way, headed
west, and some additional head-in parking. The intersection of Aggie Road
and Caraway features a new flag plaza and altered traffic flow. Changes have been made to enhance safety, so be alert!
click here to access the latest parking regulations, approved
earlier this year by the Parking/Motor Vehicle Committee.
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