Art professors to present
papers at conference
Dr. Alyson Gill and Dr. Temma
Art, will present papers during the Ancient Art Open Session of the Southeastern College Art Conference in Little Rock next month.
Gill will present Ritual Bathing: Mediating
Difference in Classical Antiquity and Balducci will present Masculinity
as Spectacle: the Boulevard Paintings of Jean Beraud.
Dr. Gill also has a paper presentation titled The Sanctuary Bath in
Classical Antiquity at the 4th International Water History Association
Conference, Dec. 1-3 in Paris. In addition, she authored a book chapter (due out
this month) titled, Antiquity and Modernity: Essays from the 2nd
International Conference on European History in "Aphrodite's Bath: Mediating
Difference in Classical Antiquity."
Dr. Jim Stillwell
authors new edition of publication
Stillwell, chair of Health, Physical Education & Sport Sciences, has
co-authored the text in the Sixth Edition of "The Physical Education
Curriculum," published by Waveland Press Inc. The 2006 edition is designed for
use in a university curriculum course at the undergraduate or graduate level to
enlighten readers to the genuine need for physical education in today’s world.
work published at U.N.
student Noah Kasraie,
Educational Leadership, Curriculum, and Special
Education, recently returned from spending the summer in the Middle East, thanks
to a grant from the Middle East Studies Committee. Kasraie conducted research on
e-learning, required for his specialist degree. While conducting research,
Kasraie learned of an upcoming United Nations University conference on this
topic and submitted his work. Last week, Kasraie was informed that his paper was
selected and will be published by the U.N. Congratulations Noah Kasraie and his
adviser, Dr. David Cox, Education.
Enrollment Management Plan: draft ready for review
Management Task Force, appointed by Dr. Les Wyatt, has finalized the draft of
the Enrollment Management Plan, after many months of research and
preparation. Please take the time to review the plan and email your comments and
firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, Sept. 9. Click to see the
correspondent to speak here Sept. 13
Democrat-Gazette staff writer Amy Schlesing will kick off the 2005-06
Lecture~Concert with her lecture
and presentation, “A Year
With America’s Infantry: An Inside Look Into Life at War,” at 7 p.m.
Tuesday, Sept. 13 in the
Auditorium. Schlesing has returned stateside after traveling nearly a year with
the Arkansas National Guard’s 39th Infantry Brigade in Iraq. The brigade was
part of the largest rotation of American troops since World War II. She served
with the troops for the entire year in Iraq, becoming the longest embedded
reporter to serve since Ernie Pyle in World War II. She has recently finished a
book about her experiences and the soldiers who affectionately called her “The
Amy of One.” This event is a joint presentation with the ASU College of
Communications. The Lecture~Concert Series presents free and diverse programs to
enrich the cultural life of the campus, community and region.
The next Lecture~Concert event will be best-selling author E. Lynn Harris
Tuesday, Sept. 27. To see the 2005-06 schedule of events,
Three new associate deans
Three individuals are
now in new leadership positions in their respective colleges, announced Dr. Greg
Phillips, dean of
the three colleges.
Dr. Kim Pittcock is associate dean of the College of Agriculture, Dr. Rick
Clifft is associate dean of the College of Engineering, and Dr. Jerry L. Farris
is associate dean of the College of Sciences and Mathematics. Dr. Phillips
said, "It is important to have an associate dean in each college who will manage
the curriculum and scholarship activities and who is intimately familiar with
the unique needs of each college."
While continuing to pursue their
individual missions, the three colleges also
will engage in more cooperative activities between departments.
Distinguished Alumni to be honored Oct. 22
The ASU Alumni Association will honor
three outstanding individuals in its 22nd year of recognizing distinguished
alumni. This year’s honorees are Buddy Beck of Fairfax Station, Va., Bobby
Caldwell of Wynne and Bill Phillips of Conway. The Distinguished Alumni
presentation ceremony will be held during the halftime of the Homecoming
football game on Saturday, Oct. 22. The Alumni Association’s board of directors
annually selects recipients from nominations submitted by the public. Selection
is based on community service, professional achievement and service to ASU.
Click here for the news release.
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