|College of Business sets Economic Outlook
NewsPage for new details about
speakers for the annual Economic Outlook
Conference conducted by the College of Business on
Tuesday, Nov. 14. Sponsors are Regions Bank and the McAdams-Frierson
Chair of Bank Management at ASU. Admission, which includes the luncheon, is
$50, or only $25 for faculty, staff and students. Call the Delta
Center for Economic Development at ext. 972-3000 to make
Distinguished Performance will be Nov. 12
second Riceland Distinguished Performance of the 2006-07 will take
place Sunday, Nov. 12, when the Vienna Choir Boys appear in concert
at Fowler Center's Riceland Hall. This is the choir's second
performance at Fowler Center. For details about the choir, the
program and tickets, click on NewsPage.
Non-Traditional Student Week
is Nov. 6-10
Non-Traditional Student Week recognizes non-traditional students in
higher education and highlights university efforts to improve the
campus environment for
week’s events focus on motivation, relaxation and coping strategies.
Student Affairs to access the calendar of events for the week.
offer relationship seminar for students
The glum student near the
back of your class may be needing some help with a rocky
relationship. Answers, or at least some good advice, will be
available at the ASU Future Alumni Network's "Relationship Seminar"
on Tuesday, Nov. 7, starting at 7 p.m. in the Convocation Center's
lecture hall. Admission is free.
Election Day is Tuesday; college
bonds on ballot
A very important event in the life of our democracy is Tuesday, Nov.
7. While most of the public attention has been on the races for
state offices, remember that higher education has an important issue
on the ballot. The College Savings Bond program, if approved, will
direct approximately $9 million for ASU. Dr. Les Wyatt, president,
will cover this issue in today's edition of "First Friday."
Prizes awarded at
The 500-plus faculty and
staff members who donated to academic programs this year are members
of Torchbearers. During breakfast for this group Thursday in the
Student Union, door prizes were awarded. For the list of
winners and instructions to those who were not present to claim
their prize, click on Torchbearers.
Psychology & Counseling has good
taste in fundraising
The Department of Psychology and
Counseling held its second annual Chili Cook-off and Halloween
costume contest Tuesday. Dr. Richard Breeding won first place in the
chili cook-off, Dr. Latoya Pierce won first place for faculty
costume, and Kimberly Boyett won first place in grad student
costume. The fun has a deeper purpose; the department has the chili
cook-off to raise funds for helping students with travel to
professional conferences in psychology.
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