Nov. 6, 2006
* University Singers, fall concert,
7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Fowler Center
* ASU Theatre, "The Diviners,"
Nov. 10-11 & 14-15,
* Vienna Choir Boys in concert,
3 p.m., Sunday, Fowler Center
faculty & staff
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This is special week for our non-traditional
This week, Nov. 6-10, ASU joins campuses across the nation in
Non-Traditional Student Week. Activities will recognize non-traditional students in
higher education and highlight university efforts to improve the
campus environment for adult students.
A calendar of special events is available by clicking on
Dr. Charles Hartwig to present
A workshop proposal by Dr.
Charles Hartwig, Political
Science, has been accepted for the American Political Science
Association meeting in February. The focus of the national
meeting, in Charlotte, N.C., will be “Teaching and Learning.”
Hartwig will be part of a workshop titled “Learning through
Competition -- How to Integrate Best Pedagogical Practices with
Warren Johnson presents paper
Dr. Warren Johnson,
presented a paper at the 19th Century
French Studies Colloquium recently at Indiana University in
Bloomington. The paper was titled "Science and Decadence: Verne,
Flaubert, Huysmans, Villiers."
College of Fine Arts students offer
During the next two weeks, students in the College of Fine Arts will present several
programs that faculty and staff will find entertaining. On Tuesday evening, the
University Singers will present
their fall concert, and the Jazz Bands
will perform Monday evening, both in Fowler Center. The ASU
Theatre production of "The Diviners"
will be Friday and Saturday of this week, and Tuesday and Wednesday
of the following week. The concerts are free, while tickets to
the theatre production should be obtained in advance from the
Central Box Office. Click on the links for details.
Christmas arts and
crafts show is this weekend
The Indian Club's "Lit'l Bita
Christmas" arts and craft show is this weekend, Nov. 10-12, at the
Convocation Center. Proceeds will support scholarships for
Click here for more information.
Ballot includes key issue for higher
state election ballot includes a provision that in effect extends
the College Savings Bond program and provides $150 million to higher
education, including $9 million to ASU, without an increase in
taxes. Dr. Les Wyatt provided details on this issue and how it will
affect ASU in his First Friday report that was distributed on campus
last week. At ASU, the bond proceeds will be used for
renovation of the Chickasaw Building for academic use; connection to
the National Lambda Rail research network; and construction of an
addition to the College of Business building for the Delta Center
for Economic Development and other facilities. If you missed
Friday, click on the link to read details about the proposal.
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