Oct. 16, 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

* Delta National Small Prints Exhibition opening, Thursday, 5 p.m., Bradbury Gallery
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Homecoming Week begins today
Homecoming Week is underway, with activities for alumni focused on this weekend. On Friday, the Class of 1956 will be honored at a reunion brunch. On Saturday, the Alumni Association will host a tailgate party  on the west side of Indian Stadium. All alumni are invited to attend the tailgate, which is sponsored by AT&T. After the game, the Alumni Association will host its annual 5th Quarter party at the Holiday Inn. For more Homecoming details, click on NewsPage.

Delta National Exhibition opens Thursday
The opening reception for the Delta National Small Prints Exhibition will be Thursday at 5 p.m. at the Bradbury Gallery of Fowler Center. This year's exhibition begins the show's second decade with 52 prints by 48 artists. The juror was Judith Hecker of The Museum of Modern Art in New York.  Click on NewsPage to read more about the artists, their work, and the selection process.

Dr. Rachel Mata to speak in ABI seminar series
Professor Rachel Mata of the Department of Pharmacy, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, will speak Tuesday at 4 p.m. as part of the Arkansas Biosciences Institute's science seminar series. Dr. Mata will discuss “World Health Organization Monographs of Selected Medicinal Plants” and her team's research work. Everyone is invited to meet Dr. Mata in ABI's Room 107.

Arkansas Delta Byways to present tourism awards
Arkansas Delta Byways will conduct its annual tourism awards banquet Friday evening.  The location for this year's event is Dumas.  Click on NewsPage for more details about this recognition event and to review the list of finalists for awards.

2nd annual Hattie Caraway Day is next week
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences will sponsor the second annual Hattie Caraway Day on Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 23-24. Click on NewsPage for details about the guest speakers and presentations.

Faculty working with Arkansas Balloon Satellite program
The Arkansas Balloon Satellite Program will launch its first high altitude balloon on Saturday, Oct. 21. Funded by the Arkansas Space Grant Consortium, the program is a joint effort between four Arkansas schools and two Arkansas universities, including ASU. Dr. Martin Huss, Botany, and Dr. Tillman Kennon, science education, are among those working on this project. Click on NewsPage for details.

Lecture-Concert Series presents Fred Burns
Reminder: The Office of Disability Services is co-sponsoring comic Fred Burns in the Lecture-Concert Series, Tuesday evening. Learn more about Burns by clicking on NewsPage. The next presentation in the Lecture-Concert Series will be performance anxiety specialist Richard Cox on Tuesday, Oct. 24.

Prizes will add fun to Human Resources Benefits Fair
Reminder: The annual Benefits Fair organized by Human Resources will be Tuesday at the Student Union. Numerous exhibitors will be there, and prizes will be awarded!

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