presents paper on "natural disasters"
Burcham, Social Work, gave a presentation titled, A Social Workerís
Perspective of the Spiritual Needs and Response to Those in Natural Disasters,
at the International Conference on Social Science Research last year in New
Orleans. Because of the Hurricane Katrina disaster, he is offering to give the
presentation for any interested group.
Dr. John Hall lead author for
John D. Hall,
Psychology & Counseling, is the lead author of an article recently published in
the Journal of Applied School Psychology. The article is titled, Attention Deficit
Hyperactivity Disorder: A Comparison of Negative versus Positive Symptom Formats.
Bill Rowe's work selected for international art fair
Rowe, Art, has been selected to represent the SchroederRomero Gallery at the
NADA (New Art Dealers Alliance) Art Fair in Miami. He is one of only five
SchroederRomero artists selected to represent the gallery at the annual art fair
which will be held this December.
Dr. Kim to present two
papers this fall
Health, Physical Education & Sport Sciences, will present his papers titled,
The Effects Of
Service Quality On Customer Satisfaction And Repurchase Intention In The Korean
Professional Basketball League
and Relationships Between Service Quality, Customer Satisfaction, And
Repurchase Intention In Korean Private Golf Courses at the Sport Marketing
Association 2005 Annual Conference in Arizona in November.
Dr. Lauren Schack-Clark records
Lauren Schack Clark, Music, will hold a piano recital and teach a master
class at the University of Mississippi at Oxford later this month. In addition,
she will record CD of the piano works of Boston composer Rosey
Mei-Kuei Lee for Centaur Records.
Earlier this summer
she recorded a CD and was invited to perform at the Texas Christian
University - Van Cliburn Institute, Teachersí Program in Fort Worth.
12th Annual Day of Caring, your
help is needed
This is the
anniversary year of United Way in Jonesboro, making this year's Day of Caring
even more special. Volunteers are needed and today is the last day for
registration. M.A. Wheeler in University Relations is coordinating ASU's United
Way activity this year...click here to access
the response form, or contact her at 972-2940 or by
e-mail to volunteer for Day of Caring.
Paint the Stadium Red! First home game is
Businesses around Jonesboro
are busy with the annual Paint the Town Red this week, showing their
support for the first home football game this Saturday against Tennessee-Martin.
Paint the Stadium Red encourages everyone to wear red to the game at
Indian Stadium. For more details about Paint the Stadium Red or the
athletics promotion calendar,
For more information about Paint the Town Red, go to the
9th Annual Order of the Tribe: Thursday
This Thursday at 7 p.m., all students
are invited to the Convocation Center for ice cream and drinks and an 8 p.m.
program on the history and traditions of ASU. Please remind your students of
this fun and informative event sponsored by the Student Activities Board and the
Student Government Association.
Board of Trustees
meeting this Friday
The Board of
Trustees will meet this Friday, Sept. 9, at 10 a.m. The meeting will be held in
Dryer Hall at the ASU-Mountain Home campus.
provide plaque, telling Clyde's story
Arkansas State University will
recognize Jay and Liz Flanagan on Thursday, Sept. 8, at during a brief ceremony
beginning at 8:30 a. m. in the Student Union. The couple, who are longtime ASU
supporters and staff members, will be honored for their gift of a plaque telling
the story of the Indian statue, "Clyde." The event is open to everyone.
Yearbook portraits begin today!
Child Art Studio,
the official yearbook portrait photographer, will be making photos today through
Thursday from 9 until 4 in the Student Union. All faculty and administrative
staff, especially those who have not had a picture made within the past couple
of years, should stop by. In addition to the yearbook, the University
Communications Office uses these portraits for news releases, the web, and other
publicity. It's quick, it's painless.
Thursday at Bradbury Gallery
The opening exhibition for the fall
season at the Bradbury Gallery in the Fowler Center will be "Glimpse: Selected
Works from the Museum of Contemporary Photography, Columbia College, Chicago."
The exhibition will feature a variety of work from the museumís impressive
collection, with a focus on photographs created in the last two decades. The
opening reception is at 5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 8, and the exhibit
continues through Oct. 2. On Sept. 22 at 7 p.m., Rod Slemmons, the
director of the Museum of Contemporary Photography, will give a public lecture
in the Fine Arts Center Recital Hall.
Click here for details.
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