Oct. 31, 2007
*College of Business Teaching Conference, Thursday,
12:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m.,
* Lecture-Concert Series presents Dr.
Michael Eric Dyson, Friday,
Nov. 2, 7 p.m., Riceland Hall, Fowler Center
* ASU Museum presents Día de
los Muertos celebration,
Friday, Nov. 2, 6-9 p.m., ASU Museum
* Daylight Saving Time ends, Sunday, Nov. 4,
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Lecture-Concert Series to present pianist Jennifer Blyth
On Sunday, Nov. 4, at 3 p.m.,
pianist Jennifer Blyth will take the stage in Riceland Hall, Fowler
Center, in the sixth event of ASU's Lecture-Concert Series. Blyth, a
professor of music at Dickinson College, is particularly interested
in contemporary American music, frequently commissioning and
performing new works, although her program includes early Baroque
selections as well. The performance is free to all. For details,
contact Dr. Gil Fowler, ext.
2308, or see the NewsPage release.
Dr. Hanrahan is re-elected,
presents poster at conference
Dr. Susan Hanrahan,
dean, Nursing and Health Professions, presented a
"The Allied Health Research Institute: A National Partnership of the
Allied Health Industry and Academia," at the Association of
Schools of Allied Health Professions (ASAHP) annual conference in
San Diego. Her co-presenters were Dr. Richard Oliver, dean of the
School of Health Professions, University of Missouri, and Dr. James
Erdmann, dean, College of Health Professions, Thomas Jefferson
University. Hanrahan was also re-elected to her second term as
secretary of the Board of Directors and for ASAHP.
Vickrey has logos published in
graphics reference book
Kim Vickrey, Graphic Design, has had several logos published
in the newly released
"1,000 Restaurant, Bar, and Cafe Graphics" from Rockport Publishers.
The book is a catalogue of creative ideas for restaurant
graphics and serves as a reference book for designers, showcasing
inspiring and innovative graphic options for identity, signage,
installations, promotions, menus, and more. Rockport creates
illustrated sourcebooks for professional designers and
artisans of all type. The books collect the best design work
from the world's most talented art and design studios.
ASU's first Conducting Colloquium announced
The College of Fine Arts has announced the
ASU Conducting Colloquium, to be held Friday-Saturday, Nov.
9-10. All Friday sessions will be held in the Fine Arts Center, Room
142, the Donald R. Minx Rehearsal Hall. All Saturday sessions will
be held in Fowler Center. Friday's session begins at 3:30 p.m.-5
p.m. with an open rehearsal led by featured clinician Michael
Haithcock of the University of Michigan conducting the ASU Wind
Ensemble. Enrollment is limited to 12 conducting participants, and
although all slots are filled, observer
participants are still welcome. Participants from Arkansas,
Missouri, and Alabama will be in attendance. For details, contact
Dr. Timothy Oliver,
director of bands, ext. 3811.
'Vein Drain' Halloween blood drive takes
The American Red Cross (Greater Ozark
Region) and the ASU Honors Club are sponsoring a Halloween blood
drive, "Vein Drain" today, from 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Mockingbird Room,
Student Union. All donors get free t-shirts and the macabre
satisfaction of knowing they have given the gift of life on a day
honoring the dead.
Department of Music's Trombone Choir to perform
Nov. 5, at 7:30 p.m., Arkansas State University will present the
Trombone Choir, under the direction of
Dr. Neale Bartee, in Riceland
Hall, Fowler Center. The concert is free, and all are welcome. For
details, call ext. 2094.
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