Dec. 1, 2005


* Madrigal Feaste, today and Friday,
Fowler Center

* The Tribe, jazz band, in concert,
Monday, Dec. 5,
7:30 p.m.,
Riceland Hall

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Three Irish Tenors: holiday performance on Dec. 12
Christmas from Dublin will feature the Three Irish Tenors on Monday, Dec. 12, at 7:30 p.m. in Fowler Center, as one the Riceland Distinguished Performance Series presentations. Celebrating the holidays with songs such as “The Little Drummer Boy,” “Adeste Fideles,” “Silent Night,” and “O Holy Night,” the Three Irish Tenors' performance is an opportunity to gather with family and friends for quality holiday music and entertainment. Joining the group will be an ensemble of musicians as well as special guests, The Irish Divas. Tickets may be purchased by calling 972-2781 or 1-888-278-3267, or online at Prices are $30 and $20 for adults; $23 and $15 for ASU faculty and staff, senior adults, and K-12 students; with a special ASU student rate of $10 and $6. For more details, see the NewsPage.

Dr. McGregor publishes article and book chapter
Dr. Loretta Neal McGregor, Psychology and Counseling, co-authored a recently published article titled "Visual Difficulties Reported by Low-Vision and Non-impaired Older Adult Drivers," in the fall 2005 edition of Human Factors. In addition, Dr. McGregor also had a book chapter published, "Teaching and Mentoring Racially and Ethnically Diverse Students" in the Handbook of the Teaching of Psychology.

Carol Barnhill selected to national board
Carol Barnhill, Procurement Services, was recently appointed by the National Association of Educational Buyers to serve as the District V board member. During a two-year term, she will represent 11 states from as far south as Louisiana and Texas to North Dakota and Minnesota as well as Canada. The NAEB is a non-profit professional association dedicated to higher education purchasing officers, representing the United States and Canada.

Allen and Hawkins named to Women's Federation
Dr. Susan Allen
, Research and Academic Affairs, and Dr. Ruth Hawkins, Delta Heritage Initiatives, have been selected to serve on the prestigious Arkansas Women's Forum, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year of executive leadership and networking. The AWF has a broad spectrum of some 53 members, representing a variety of industries throughout Arkansas. In addition to Drs. Allen and Hawkins, other members are Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Arkansas Chief Justice Susan Webber Wright.

Dr. Breeding successfully defends dissertation
Dr. Richard Breeding, Psychology and Counseling, successfully defended his dissertation last week during Fall Break to receive his doctoral degree from the University of Kentucky. Dr. Breeding joined the department in August and teaches in the Masters of Rehabilitation Counseling program.

Concerts scheduled for Monday and Tuesday
The Department of Music will present concerts next week. The Tribe, a jazz band, will perform Monday, Dec. 5, and The Ringers, a handbell choir, will present Christmas favorites on Tuesday, Dec. 6.  Both events are free and begin at 7:30 p.m. in Riceland Hall of Fowler Center.  Click on the links to see more details: The Tribe or The Ringers.

Graduate students to present research Saturday
On Saturday, Dec. 3, the Department of Educational Leadership, Curriculum, and Special Education will hold its Graduate Students Conference at the Smith Center for Excellence in Education, beginning at 2 p.m. The conference will showcase students’ action research projects in the fields of leadership, curriculum, and special education. The conference program can be found at Fall 2005 Conference.

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