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98th Year

Sept. 26, 2007


* Closing reception, "Routines and Repetitions," Bradbury Gallery, Thursday,
Sept. 27, 5 p.m.

* Lakeport Plantation
Grand Opening events

* ASU Theatre presents
"Wait Until Dark,"
opening Friday,
Sept. 28, 7:30 p.m.


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Dr. Fowler reelected regional vp of national honor society
Dr. Gil Fowler, Journalism and The Honors College, was recently reelected vice president of the south central region of The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest, largest, and most selective all-discipline honor society, at the group's 2007 Triennial Convention in Orlando, Fla. In addition to serving as regional vice president, Fowler also served on the 2010 Convention Site Selection Committee, the board's Executive Committee, and the Marketing and Member Benefits Committee.

Dr. Hunt co-authors article in international journal
Dr. Shane Hunt, Marketing, recently co-authored an article that was published in the Journal of Personal Selling and Sales Management. Dr. Huntís article, "The Influence of the Selling Situation on the Effectiveness of Control: Toward a Holistic Perspective" explores the combined role that individual, environmental, and organizational factors have in influencing the effectiveness of control mechanisms. The Journal of Personal Selling and Sales Management is the premier international journal devoted to the field of selling and sales management.

Drs. Johnson, Coughlan, publish article in journal
Dr. Ronald Johnson, Zoology, along with co-authors Dr. Stephen Coughlan and recent graduate student Travis Harmon, recently published an article in the journal Ecology of Freshwater Fish. The article, "Spatial and temporal variation in prey selection of brown trout in a cold Arkansas tailwater," was the result of a grant from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. Brown trout find limited prey in the cold tailwaters below Greers Ferry Dam, since fish other than trout have been completely removed from the upper Little Red River. Food sources consist chiefly of rice-grain sized invertebrates and, occasionally, smaller trout. Trout growth has become limited by this diet, according to the article.

Dr. Ogendi presents at international river symposium
Dr. George Ogendi, Environmental Geology, was among a group of international delegates who presented at the 10th International River Symposium in Brisbane, Australia. His paper, "Water Quality, Use, and Conservation among the indigenous communities in the Njoro Watershed, Kenya," focused on incorporation of indigenous environmental knowledge in the management and conservation of water resources. Dr. Ogendi was also one of five panelists in a UNESCO-sponsored Man and the Biosphere session on river cultures and ecological futures. This panel discussed the fundamental role of culture in sustainable utilization of water resources along the world's river ecosystems.

Dr. Roehrig recent inductee into physical therapy group
Dr. Susan Roehrig, Physical Therapy, was recently inducted into the Academy of Advanced Item Writers of the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy. One function of the federation is to develop and administer the national licensing examination in physical therapy. Inductees into the academy have attended an advanced workshop, have had a minimum of 60 items accepted for use on the licensing exam, and have been nominated by an item writer coordinator. Roehrig was inducted at the federation's national meeting in Memphis.

Hometown Health Fair promotes a healthier Delta
The Delta Regional Authority's Healthy Delta program and Wal-Mart are working together to promote a healthier Delta by offering free health screenings as precursors to launching a diabetes awareness program across the eight-state Delta Regional Authority's coverage area. Hometown Health Fairs will be held at Wal-Mart stores throughout the region, beginning Saturday, Sept. 29, 7 a.m.-3 p.m., at the Wal-Mart Supercenter at 1815 East Highland. Screenings will include body composition/BMI, total cholesterol, glucose level, and blood pressure.  A free health analysis will be provided. Participants should not eat or drink 12 hours prior to testing. Appointments are encouraged but not required, and can be made by calling 1-866-602-3300 or visiting   

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