Oct. 13, 2006
* Homecoming Week, Oct. 16-21
* HR Benefits Fair, 10-3
Tuesday, Student Union
* Lecture-Concert Series, Fred Burns 7 p.m.,
Tuesday, Student Union
* ASU Choir Concert, 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Riceland Hall, Fowler Center
faculty & staff
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to discuss new textbook today
Lamm, English, has co-authored an argumentative writing textbook
titled Dynamic Argument
(Houghton Mifflin, 2007).
Dr. Lamm and
Jennifer Stewart, English, will make a
today at 12 noon in
on the “Arguing Visually” chapter of the book.
All faculty and
students are invited to attend.
Staffan Elgelid makes
Physical Therapy, delivered a presentation titled,
"Visualization and guided imagery in Physical Therapy"
during the fall meeting of the Arizona Chapter of the American
Physical Therapy Association in Phoenix. Dr Elgelid also
participated on a panel discussing the future of physical therapy.
William Allen appointed to
Dr. William Allen, Center for
Learning Technologies, assumed a
second three-year appointment on the editorial board of the Educause
Quarterly at the Educause annual conference in Dallas. Allen
served a term that ended in 2005 and was invited to return to the
board beginning this fall.
Prizes will add fun to Human
Resources Benefits Fair
The annual Benefits Fair organized by Human Resources will be
Tuesday on the third floor of the Student Union. With a theme of
"Get Your Ducks in a
Row," the fair will feature numerous exhibitors and benefits
information. Door prizes include: $100 savings bond from Liberty Bank, $50 gift
card from Wal-Mart, two tickets to the Trace Adkins concert from
the Convocation Center, $20 gift certificate to Lighthouse Books,
dinner for two from Couch's Barbecue, $25 gift card to Officemax, 30-minute massage from Therapeutic Massage of NEA,
movie passes from
the Malco and more. Game participants will receive a pass for one free
game at the Jonesboro Bowling Center.
Homecoming Week begins Monday
Homecoming Week begins Monday at ASU, with activities for alumni
focused on Friday and Saturday.
On Friday, Oct. 20, the A-State class of 1956 will be honored at a
On Saturday, the ASU Alumni Association will host a tailgate
party prior to the game on the west side of Indian Stadium. All alumni
are invited to attend the tailgate, which is sponsored by AT&T.
At halftime, the Distinguished Alumni for 2006, Sherland Hamilton of Rector and Marilyn
Hummelstein of Jonesboro, will be recognized. After the game, the Alumni Association will host its annual 5th Quarter party at the
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presents Fred Burns
The next presentation in the
Lecture-Concert Series is comic Fred Burns on Tuesday, Oct. 17.
The Office of Disability Services is co-sponsoring the event with
the Series. Learn more about Burns by clicking on
Students will test robots for
The Crowley's Ridge BEST
Robotics Steering Committee, which includes several faculty members,
will meet Saturday at 9 a.m. in Fowler Center. High school students
will test their robots at 10 in preparation for the competition on
Oct. 28. Anyone participating as a judge or official on Game Day is
welcome to attend. The Crowley's Ridge
BEST Robotics competition web site is
www.csm.astate.edu/BEST. BEST is the acronym for Boosting
Engineering, Science and Technology.
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