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99th Year

Nov. 5, 2008

Calendar highlights:

Philosophy Club presentation by Dr. Charles Carr, today, 3:15 p.m., Wilson 329

Free flu shots,
Thursday, Nov. 6,
 7 a.m.-4 p.m.,
Hames Rooms, Convocation Center,
and/or via
 drive-through lanes

Fowler Center Series presents Chanticleer Thursday, Nov. 6,
7:30 p.m., Riceland Hall, Fowler Center



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Tammy Fowler is speaker in web seminar on recruitment
Tammy Fowler, director, Admissions, will be one of two featured speakersTammy Fowler in a University Business Web Seminar, "Recruiting and Retaining the Students of Tomorrow." This web seminar will be held Thursday, Nov. 6, 2 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. Moderated by Tim Goral, editor-in-chief of University Business magazine, the seminar will discuss current record enrollment in colleges and universities and projected demographic shifts in college enrollment in the future. Those shifts are expected to alter the face of higher education and present new challenges to colleges and universities in recruitment and retention. This seminar is recommended for senior administrators. Demi Michelau, Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE), will also speak along with Fowler. For a link to register for the online presentation, click here.

Dr. Jamie Brandon gives lecture on historical archeology
The Central Mississippi Valley Archaeological Survey (CMVAS) will host a lecture by Dr. Jamie Brandon, Arkansas Archeological Survey station archeologist at Southern Arkansas University. The lecture "Why do we dig up the recent past?" will be held on Thursday, Nov. 6, 7 p.m., in the ASU Museum, Room 182. The presentation is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Dr. Julie Morrow, ext. 2071, or see the NewsPage release.

Political Science Department hosts election postmortem

The ASU Political Science Department will host a roundtable discussion of the 2008 election campaign and results today at 4 p.m. in the Chickasaw Room, Student Union. Political science faculty will offer their views of the election and entertain questions from the audience. Everyone is welcome: come and discuss what was promised to be the most interesting presidential election of the past 40 years.

Note change in ASU ROTC Veterans' Memorial ceremony
The correct time for the beginning of the ASU ROTC Veterans' Memorial monument ceremony, which takes place on Tuesday, Nov. 11, is 2 p.m. ASU's Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) will unveil the addition of four names to the ROTC War Memorial at the National Guard Armory.

DCED announces formation of Global Rural Network
ASU’s Delta Center for Economic Development (DCED) has initiated a new project called the Global Rural Network (GRN), with the first meeting of the GRN’s “Delta Node” scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 6, from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. in the Mockingbird Room of the Student Union. Rick Smyre, president of Communities of the Future (COTF), along with DCED staff members, will conduct an interactive seminar on the concepts of the Global Rural Network, including how “futures” thinking and learning can improve work in rural areas. The focus of the GRN is to develop networks of rural leaders. The seminar is also open to ASU faculty, staff, and students. There is no cost to attend the meeting. For details, contact Jerry Smith, director, Economic Development Association (EDA) University Center, ext. 3000, or see the NewsPage release.

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