Nov. 10, 2006
* Discover Diversity, Friday
* Veterans' Day, Saturday
* ASU Theatre, "The Diviners,"
Nov. 10-11 & 14-15,
* Vienna Choir Boys in concert,
3 p.m., Sunday, Fowler Center
* Jazz Bands in concert, 7:30 p.m.,
Monday, Fowler Center
faculty & staff
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Benefit art auction to support
Several faculty members and
students, along with some emeriti faculty and local artists, have
donated art to be auctioned at the second annual benefit art auction
at the residence of Drs. Calin and
Mihaela Savu. Click here to see the
list of donors and more details. For more information, contact
Christy Brecklein in the Development Office, ext. 3940.
Faculty & staff
may attend Lit'l Bita Christmas free!
Faculty and staff are
admitted free with their ASU ID from noon until 6 p.m. today at the Indian Club's "Lit'l Bita
Christmas" arts and craft show at the
Convocation Center. The show continues Saturday and Sunday, with proceeds
going to support scholarships for
Click here for more information.
Multicultural Thanksgiving dinner is Nov. 16
All faculty and
staff are invited to the Multicultural Thanksgiving Dinner on
Thursday, Nov. 16, at 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. at the Armory. This event is
sponsored by the Student Activities Board and the International
Student Association. This cost is $5 for the community, faculty and
Women in Technology & Science to present workshop
Several science and technology faculty members and students will be
involved Saturday with
the Women In Technology and Science
(WITS) workshop. This day is for 5th and 6th
grade girls from northeast Arkansas who register by 6 p.m. today.
The girls will attend seven 30-minute seminars presented by female
professionals. In addition to the seminars, they will have a chance
to learn more about college life. For details, contact Dr. Jeannette
or ext. 3253.
for the implementation of the workshops was given by the Student
Government Association Action Fund.
for more details.
Religious Studies Program
starts in spring 2007
ASU will initiate its new
Religious Studies Program in the spring semester of 2007. This is an
interdisciplinary minor, with 18 credit hours for completion.
Only one course, "The Impulse Toward Religion," is required; it is
the program's core course. Faculty who know of students who
might be interested in this program should advise their students
that the course will be offered at 9 a.m. MWF this spring. It
appears in the registration system at the end of the English &
Philosophy offerings. For details, contact Dr. Wayne Narey, ext.
Music sets concerts for next week
Reminder: Next week will be a busy one
for the Department of Music students and their faculty directors.
The Jazz Bands, under the direction of Ron Horton, will
perform in concert Monday night; the Wind Ensemble, under the
direction of Dr. Kenneth Carroll, will perform Tuesday night;
and the Percussion Ensemble, under the direction of Craig
Collison, will perform Thursday night. All three concerts
are in Riceland Hall of Fowler Center, and admission is free.
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