Dr. Hall and Dr. Howerton publish article
John D. Hall
and Dr. Lynn Howerton, both of Psychology & Counseling, are
first and second authors on an article published in the current
issue of the International Journal of Testing (IJT), titled
"The Use of Testing Technicians: Critical Issues for Professional
Psychology." Their work examines the controversial practice of using
unlicensed individuals to administer psychological tests. The IJT is
the official journal of the International Testing Commission (ITC).
KETRA to benefit you and ASU
A law signed by President George Bush on Sept. 23 will provide
charitable gifts to organizations like ASU while providing tax
benefits to qualified consumers. To learn more about the Katrina
Emergency Tax Relief Act of 2005 and how it may be of benefit to
Holiday Art Sale begins Thursday
The annual Holiday Art
Sale for the Art Department will be held from 6-8:30 p.m. Thursday
evening and continue from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Friday and 10 a.m.
until 3 p.m. in Saturday in the Fine Arts Center.
AutoID Center receives $2,500
Society for Quality (ASQ) has granted $2,500 for purchasing RFID
equipment in the ASU Center for the Study of Automatic
Identification Technologies, known as the AutoID Center in the
College of Business. ASU is the first school in the nation to offer an academic course in this fast growing field within its
business program. The AutoID Center was established after eight
years of involvement in the study of related technologies such as
bar coding, RFID, biometrics and several others. The course has been regularly offered to senior MIS students since 2000.
In support of the mission of the AutoID Center, the Computer &
Information Technology Department led a day-long colloquium titled,
“The Universe of Auto-ID Technologies” at the 36th annual meeting of
the Decision Sciences Institute in San Francisco in November.
Bowl bound for Lafayette
The ASU Alumni Association
is working fast and furiously making tailgate and travel
preparations for the upcoming 2005 New Orleans Bowl when ASU
represents the Sun Belt Conference teaming up against Southern
Mississippi on Tuesday, Dec. 20, in Lafayette,
La. (Due to damage from Hurricane Katrina, the game will be played
at Cajun Field in Lafayette.) Tickets for the game should be
purchased directly from the ASU Ticket Office at 972-ASU1. There are
great opportunities to travel to the New Orleans Bowl with ASU fans.
For more details, go here.
Holiday Schedule for campus
day of classes for the fall semester will be Tuesday, Dec. 6, with
final exams beginning on Thursday, Dec. 8, and continuing through
Wednesday, Dec. 14. Fall commencement will be held at 7 p.m. on
Friday, Dec. 16, at the Convocation Center. The university will
close for winter break Saturday, Dec. 17, and will reopen on Monday,
Jan. 2, 2006. Classes for the spring semester will begin on Monday,
Jan. 9, 2006.
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