Oct. 20, 2006

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* Homecoming Week

* Hattie Caraway Day, Monday & Tuesday

* Lecture-Concert Series, Richard Cox, 7 p.m., Tuesday, Student Union

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Hattie Caraway events to feature 'Southern Women'
The Senator Hattie CarawayCollege of Humanities and Social Sciences has expanded the second annual Hattie Caraway Day to two days of activities, Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 23-24. In addition to recognizing the Jonesboro resident who became the first woman elected to the U.S. Senate, the program takes a more comprehensive look at women's role in public life, with a theme of "Southern Women: Political Action/Public Service." Click on NewsPage for details about the guest speakers and program, which will be in the Student Union. Admission is free.

College of Business Alumni to honor two execs
The College of Business Alumni Chapter will honor their Business Executives of the Year tomorrow at the annual Homecoming breakfast.  This year the chapter has named Ronald L. Bowen and William I. Rainwater to receive the award. Click here to learn more about the honorees.

Kays Foundation announces grants
The Board of Directors of Kays Foundation has announced grants at ASU-Jonesboro. The grants will support the purchase of stringed instruments in the Music Department; landscaping for the Cooper Alumni Center; participation in an international art show; and support for a robotics competition for outstanding high school students.  Click on NewsPage for details about the grant awards. The Kays Foundation of Jonesboro is a private, non-profit foundation supporting ASU.  It expects to announce additional grants early in 2007.

Judd Hill Center dedication is Oct. 27
The dedication and ribbon-cutting for the Judd Hill Center, home of the ASU Foundation Inc., will be Friday, Oct. 27, at 11 a.m. The center is on U Street, east of the Cooper Alumni Center site.  Judd Hill Center is a result of the third $1 million gift to the ASU Foundation from the Judd Hill Foundation. In recognition of the gift, the ASU Board of Trustees voted to name the facility Judd Hill Center, home of the ASU Foundation. Click on NewsPage for details about the center.

Alum to present seminar on engineer licensure
Terry Carpenter, a member of the College of Engineering Advisory Council and an engineering alumnus, will present a seminar about the importance of professional licensure through the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying. He will speak Thursday, Oct. 19, in Agri 203 at 3:30 p.m.  Everyone is welcome.

Santa's Tribe seeks ASU families to assist
Santa's Tribe, a sub-committee of the Staff Senate, has mailed a green flyer to all faculty and staff, seeking nominations of ASU families who have special needs, such as food, clothing, and Christmas items.  Send your form to Lola Langley in Purchasing by Nov. 10 if you know of a prospect, or contact Sheryl Douglas, Sandra Bramblett, Jennifer Cortez or Vicki Walker for more details. The holiday season is more joyous for several families every year because of the efforts of Santa's Tribe.

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