Dr. Argelia Lorence selected as
Dr. Argelia Lorence,
Plant Metabolic Engineering, has been selected by the Minority
Environmental Leadership Development Initiative (MELDI) at the
University of Michigan to be profiled in its upcoming book, The
Paths We Tread II. A project at Michigan's School of Natural
Resources and Environment (SNRE), MELDI aims to enhance the
leadership and career development opportunities available to
minority students and minority environmental professionals. Dr.
Lorence, who conducts research at ABI, was selected as a leader in
her research field who is passionate about mentoring students and
instilling a passion for life-long learning. The book is due out
Dr. Richard Breeding presents
at national conference
Psychology & Counseling, delivered two presentations at the annual
symposium of the “National Rehabilitation Counseling Association” in
Albuquerque, N.M. Dr. Breeding’s presentations were titled,
Consumer Empowerment across Service Venues," and "The Utility of
Proactive Vocational Assessment in Advancing Consumer Empowerment."
Don’t forget to turn in
your United Way pledge card!
The ASU phase of the United
Way Campaign will be wrapping up soon. All pledge cards have to be
turned in to Jill Bristow in University Advancement by
Monday, Oct. 30. If you turn in your card on or before Oct. 30,
your name will be entered into a drawing to win some great prizes!
If you have any questions or need more information, please contact
Jill at ext. 2220 or
College of Business sets Economic Outlook
The College of Business has
scheduled its 11th annual Economic Outlook Conference for
Tuesday, Nov. 14, sponsored by Regions Bank and the McAdams-Frierson
Chair of Bank Management. Among the guest speakers will be two alumni,
Stephen Bone of Bear Stearns and Company and Jeff Hankins of Arkansas Business Publishing
Group. Admission, which includes a luncheon, is $50, or only $25 for
faculty, staff and students.
Reception for new Museum
director is Tuesday
All faculty and staff are
invited to help welcome Dr. Marti Lu Allen, new director of the ASU
Museum, at a drop-in reception Tuesday from 3 until 4:30
p.m. in the second floor lobby of the Museum.
Click here for
tribute events are today and Tuesday
College of Humanities and
Social Sciences is conducting the second annual Hattie Caraway
Days today and Tuesday in the Student Union. While the event
recognizes the contributions of U.S. Senator Hattie Caraway, the program
follows a broader theme of "Southern Women: Political
Action/Public Service." Click on
NewsPage for more details about the free program.
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