Oct. 10, 2005
* Mark O'Connor's Hot Swing, @ 7:30 p.m., tonight,
* Wind Ensemble, @ 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Riceland Hall
* Job Fair,
10 a.m.- 2 p.m., Wednesday,
Brown Bag Lecture @ 2 p.m., Friday, IEC 251
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Kudryashov's paper presented internationally
Sergey Kudryashov, Physics,
an invited speaker at the 8th International Conference on Laser
Ablation in Banff, Canada, last month for his paper titled
Microscopic Visualization of Laser Cleaning Mechanisms.
Because he was not
able to attend the conference, Dr. Susan Allen presented the paper
on his behalf.
The laser scientists also
contributed poster papers, one of which provided the basis for a
A Day @ ASU: new recruitment
A Day @ ASU
is a new event with the Office of Admissions to focus on certain
academic areas of the campus and Tuesday, Oct. 11, will be the first
event, featuring The Honors College and the ASU Biosciences
Institute. During the day, high school seniors from throughout
Craighead County will have the opportunity to become more
knowledgeable about academic programs, campus life, scholarships,
and much more. Watch for these visitors to our campus tomorrow
morning as they tour campus. Please make them feel welcome.
New dean in the College of
has been appointed dean of the College of Business, according to Dr.
Susan Allen, vice president for Research and Academic Affairs.
Dr. Frey, who came to ASU in 2000, has been serving as interim dean
since last January, following the departure of Dr. Jan Duggar
for a similar position in Florida. Allen cited Frey for his
excellent work during the interim period and for the relationships
he has developed with the business community.
Diversity 'Senior Edition,'
Oct. 14 & 15
Thanks to the success of the annual spring Discover Diversity
leadership conference for high school juniors, the Office of
Admissions is hosting a Discover Diversity "Senior Edition"
this Friday and Saturday, Oct. 14 and 15 on campus. More than 60
minority students from throughout northeast Arkansas, western
Tennessee and southern Missouri have registered to attend. High
school seniors were recommended by their counselors based on their
GPA and school/community involvement. The conference will include a
welcoming session featuring the United Voices Choir, followed by
campus tours, leadership activities, lectures, presentations, dinner
and awards. Movies, games and sessions with current students will
also be included.
to perform Oct. 20 in Riceland Hall
premier jazz ensemble, The Tribe, will be in concert
Thursday, Oct. 20, at 7:30 p.m. in Riceland Hall. Conducted by Ed
Alexander, the musical selections for this concert will include A
Few Good Men by Gordon Goodwin, The Bari Things You Do by
Geoff Keezer, Cityscape by Frank Mantooth, Cut to the
Chase by Doug Beach, Limehouse Blues by Paul Clark, and
Two Seconds to Midnight by Alan Baylock. This concert is free
and open to the public.
Homecoming in two weeks: Oct. 22
Greatest Show on Earth is the theme for Homecoming
2005, which is only two weeks away with the game against Florida
Atlantic slated for 6 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 22. Events are added
nearly every day to the Alumni Association calendar. To see the
click here. Student events began on Oct. 5 with interviews for
the Homecoming Court. Events continue this week with several movies
planned in the Auditorium of the new Student Union. Festivities for
students begin on Monday, Oct. 17, and continue through Sunday, Oct.
23. To see the student events,
Hemingway-Pfeiffer Museum to host new exhibit
set to Verse,” photographs by Bob Jones and poetry by Faye Williams
Jones of North Little Rock, will go on exhibit Saturday, Oct. 22, in
the chapel of the Hemingway-Pfeiffer Museum and Educational Center
in Piggott. The photographs are of individual flowering blooms in
vivid color and are accompanied by an original poem. The Joneses
will be in the chapel to greet visitors on Oct. 22. The exhibit will
continue through Monday, Nov. 14. The museum
is open for tours (on the hour) Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. until
3 p.m., and Saturdays, 1 - 3 p.m. Admission is a $5 donation, or $3
groups of 10 or more (by reservation) and senior citizens, and free
to H-P Museum members. Faculty, staff and
students will be admitted free of charge on Oct. 22 by showing their ASU
The Importance of Being Earnest
opens Nov. 11
Department of Theatre announces the second production of the 2005-06
season with The Importance of
Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde
opening Friday, Nov. 11, in Fowler Center.
performances will be Saturday, Nov. 12, Tuesday, Nov. 15, and
Wednesday, Nov. 16. All performances will be at 7:30 p.m. with the
exception of a matinee performance Sunday, Nov. 13, at 2 p.m.
Tickets are $9 at the door and $7 in advance. Advance tickets may be
purchased (for reserved seating) at the Central Box Office, or by
calling 972-ASU1 or online.
If available, reserved seating tickets may be purchased at the door
on the evening of the performance. Children under age six will not
be admitted. Please arrive early, as latecomers will not be seated.
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