Faculty and staff
Dr. Tina Gray
Teague, Plant Science/Entomology, made invited presentations and Dr. Neale Bartee, Sherry
Baker, Craig Collison, Ken Hatch, Richard Jorgensen and Dr. Ed Owen,
all of Music, performed with a famous artist. For all the latest, go to Campus
Certification committee invites comment
The first draft of
ASU's National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) Certification self-study document is now
available for public review and commentary. The plan may be accessed from the
ASU website by selecting “NCAA Certification Process” from the "Take Me To"
pull-down menu, or by going to
http://diversity.astate.edu/ncaa.htm. Please direct comments and
observations to Dr. Glen Jones,
email@example.com, chair of the steering committee. After responses are
compiled, the steering committee will submit a second draft for public review.
The final report will be submitted to the NCAA in mid-December. Read
more about the NCAA Certification process at ASU.
Madrigal Feaste to be
performed Dec. 2 and 3
ASU choirs will present the sixth Madrigal Feaste Thursday, Dec. 2,
and Friday, Dec. 3, at 6:30 p.m. in the Grand Hall of Fowler Center.
The Chamber Singers, led by Dr. Dale Miller, director of choral
activities, will host the entertainment. Guests will enjoy the
wassail bowl beginning at 6:15 p.m., and seating will begin with the
first fanfare at 6:30 p.m. Tickets for Thursday’s performance will
be available through Monday, Nov. 29, at the ASU Central Box Office,
870-972-ASU1, or 888-ASU-FANS. Friday evening’s performance is
hosted by the ASU Faculty Women’s Club and tickets may be obtained
by contacting Irene Martz at
870-972-2030. All seats are reserved and are limited by space
availability. Tickets are $25 for ASU faculty, staff, and students,
as well as senior citizens. Proceeds will benefit the ASU Choir
program: Welcome Wednesdays, Nov. 24
the Office of Enrollment Services will host the first of three "Welcome
Wednesdays" as a new enrollment program for students who will be
starting to ASU for the 2005 spring semester. Enrollment Services established the Chickasaw Welcome Center
to have staff members from the Registrar's Office,
Admissions, and Financial Aid/Scholarships available on the
Wednesdays of Nov. 24, Dec. 8 and Dec. 15 for students. Students
will also be given advising time with faculty from Wilson Advising
the Freshmen Studies Program. The hours are 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. and
students are welcome to drop in at any time.
Who's Who program will recognize 92
students Nov. 29
Next Monday, Nov. 29, at 6 p.m., in the auditorium of the new Student Union, 92
ASU students will be recognized for being selected to the 2004-05
edition of Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and
Colleges. A program and recognition reception for the Who's Who
recipients will be held with parents and spouses also invited.
During the program, recipients will be awarded Who's Who
certificates by the dean of their college.
Holiday Celebration scheduled
for noon on Nov. 30
Annual Holiday Celebration featuring the ASU Choir and the United
Voices Choir along with the tree lighting ceremony will be held at
noon Tuesday, Nov. 30, in the
Student Union Center Court. All organizations are encouraged to
participate in the Santa's Tribe gift donation drive and the Tribal
Leadership Center tree ornament decorating. All faculty, staff and
students are invited to attend.
Annual Pottery Sale set for
Dec. 2 - 4 in Fine Arts Gallery
of Art will have its annual pottery sale Thursday through Saturday,
Dec. 2-4 in the Fine Art Center Gallery. The sale will include salt fired,
stoneware glazed, low fire glazed, wheel thrown and hand built
pottery. The hours for the sale are from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. on
Thursday, Dec. 2; 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 3; and 10
a.m. until 3 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 4. For more information, please
call the Department of Art at 972-3050.
December Board of
Trustees meeting rescheduled
The ASU Board of Trustees meeting
previously scheduled for Dec. 17 has been changed to 9 a.m. Friday,
Dec. 10, via telephone conference call. Interested persons may
monitor the call in the President's Office conference room.
No classes this week for Fall
There will be no
classes on campus all week, Nov. 22 through 26, as classes are
out for fall break. Administrative offices and some departments will
be open today through Wednesday. However, the entire campus will be
closed on Thursday and Friday, Nov. 25 and 26, for Thanksgiving
Tomorrow is election day:
Please do your civic duty and
vote tomorrow. There are many runoffs from the Nov. 2 election and
everyone is encouraged to participate.
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