Defense bill includes
$3.65 million for ASU projects
Congressional delegation reported that two ASU research projects received additional
funding in the Department of Defense spending bill
that was passed Friday and sent to the White House. The SHADES
(Standoff Hazardous Agent Detection and Evaluation System) project will
receive $2 million and the SSRID (Standoff Sensor for Radionuclide
Identification) project will receive $1.65 million.
Congratulations to the ASU faculty who are working as investigators
on these anti-terrorism projects.
to be honored as outstanding alum
Ray Winters, Radiologic Sciences, will be honored Oct. 28 by
the College of Arts and Sciences at Harding University. He is
one of two alumni being recognized for outstanding professional
College preparation is
As reported in
a previous edition of Inside ASU, "NextStep for Arkansas' Future"
is expected to have a significant impact on high school students'
preparation for college. On the
NextStep web site,
for educators provides an excellent summary about Smart Core,
high school redesign, and a Powerpoint presentation on the national perspective.
Quads #3 is for Honors Program students
Building 3 of North Park Quads has been designated as The Honors
College Hall, and is home to first year and upper-class Honors
College students. Ribbon cutting
for Quads will be Friday morning at 11 a.m.
Comedy act Second City to
perform at Fowler Center
The Fowler Center at ASU
will present the comedy act
Second City on Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 9-10, at 7:30 p.m. Second City
has been described as a cross between “Saturday Night Live” and
“Whose Line Is It Anyway?”
Second City will perform "Truth, Justice, or the American Way."
Click here for more about Second
City. Individual tickets to the
Second City performances are $23 and $15 for faculty and staff members; ASU students pay only $10
and $6. Tickets may be purchased by calling the box office 870-972-2781 or
1-888-278-3267, or online at http://tickets.astate.edu.
Info posted on additional parking
New information on parking
additions, changes, and enforcement in the northeast part of the
academic core, the North Park Quads, and the university east area of the
campus have been posted by Dave McKinney, associate dean for Parking
Services. Click here to see the details.
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