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100th Year
2009-10

Oct. 5, 2009

Calendar highlights:

ASU Theatre presents 'Bound,' Tuesday-Wednesday, Oct. 6-7, 7:30 p.m., Fowler Center

'100 Years/100 Photographs' and 'Magic Eye: Photographs by Tin Boo Yee, ' both open Tuesday, Oct. 6,
5 p.m. at Bradbury, Fine Arts Center galleries

'Soul of A People' at the Dean B. Ellis Library through Sunday, Nov. 1

 

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Fowler Center Series presents Cherryholmes Oct. 11
The Fowler Center Series presents its second event of the 2009-10 season in Riceland Hall on Sunday, Oct. 11, at 2 p.m. with a performance by Cherryholmes. Bluegrass family band Cherryholmes continues to earn critical raves on their nationwide tour. Their latest convert is the New York Times, which fell in love with their “molasses-thick harmonies” during a recent New York City show. Cherryholmes, two-time Grammy nominees and 2005 International Bluegrass Music Association’s Entertainers of the Year, have spent much of the last decade on tour, logging more than 300 days a year. The road warriors will bring their "passionate, boundary-breaking expression of the bluegrass idiom," as the Raleigh News and Observer stated, to Jonesboro this October. Visit Cherryholmes online to view a video clip and to listen to a sample of the music. Tickets for all Fowler Center Series events may be purchased by calling (870) 972-2781 or 1-888-278-3267. Purchase tickets online at www.yourfowlercenter.com. For details, call Fowler Center at ext. 3471, or see the NewsPage release.

Bill and Alice Nix Petting Zoo open to the public Oct. 10
The College of Agriculture and Technology announces the fall opening of the Bill and Alice Nix Petting Zoo on Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 8-10. This year, on Saturday, Oct. 10, the petting zoo  will also present demonstrations on renewable energy to introduce a new program in Renewable Energy Technology. ASUís College of Agriculture andTechnology offers this new program in partnership with the Arkansas Delta Training and Education Consortium (ADTEC), a group of community colleges. There will also be demonstrations on the creation of bioenergy and computer-aided drafting. Admission to the petting zoo for all three days is free, as are the demonstrations. ASUís College of Agriculture and Technology will also present posters summarizing research related to biofuels, bioenergy crops, cellulosic ethanol, and algae culture conducted by college and ABI faculty members Dr. Beth Hood, Dr. Brett Savary, Dr. Jay Xu, Dr. Ganapathy Sivakumar, Dr. Steve Green, Dr. Jennifer Bouldin, and Dr. Kevin Humphrey. On Saturday, Oct. 10, the zoo is open to the public from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. There will be horseback rides on Saturday, as well. Petting zoo animals include sheep, goats, pigs, chickens, ducks, calves, rabbits, miniature horses, and a miniature donkey.Any students, faculty or staff at ASU can volunteer to help. For more information, contact Sherry Ellis, Agriculture Studies Office, at ext. 2087, or see the NewsPage release.

College of Business hosts healthcare reform conference
The Center for Economic Education, the College of Business, the College of Nursing and Health Professions, and the Delta Center for Economic Development will be hosting a Making Healthcare Reform Work conference at the Convocation Center, 217 Olympic Drive, on Tuesday, Oct. 20, from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.. Registration is free, and lunch will be provided. The conference will focus on the healthcare reform debate and ways to implement a new healthcare system. The conference will conclude with a short question-and-answer session following the presentations. Speakers for the conference are Michael Annison, president of the Westrend Group; Robert Gordon, executive vice president of Baptist Memorial Health Care; and Dr. Gary A. Latanich, Economics, and director, Center for Economic Education. Space is limited, so reservations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. The deadline for RSVPs is Monday, Oct. 12. Reservations can by made by contacting Tara Watson at the Delta Center for Economic Development, at ext. 3000.

Final chance for yearbook photographs Oct. 7
Reminder: The WolfTracks Yearbook staff will be conducting a make-up picture day on Wednesday, Oct. 7. on the first floor of the Student Union from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. The 9 a.m.-10 a.m. hour will be reserved for faculty and staff exclusively, but faculty and staff may also drop by at any other time. For details, contact Natalie Eskew, Leadership Center, at ext. 2055.

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