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A-State Students Engaged in Study Abroad Experiences

JONESBORO – Barely two weeks past the end of the spring semester, Arkansas State University students are out across the globe travelling to new places for educational and personal enrichment. Some of the travelers are scheduled to return home this weekend, and many more will be leaving on additional trips in the next few weeks, according to Dr. Dee Dee Hudson, director of the Office for Study Abroad.

05/22/2015 4:45 PM

American Honda Foundation Presents Grant for 'Summer at A-State STEM, Literacy and Character-Building Camp'

The American Honda Foundation has awarded a $74,997 grant to Arkansas State University in support of the "Summer at A-State STEM, Literacy and Character-Building Camp." Faculty and staff in the College of Education and Behavioral Science will conduct the camp this summer.

05/22/2015 4:30 PM

A-State Physical Education Professor Receives President’s Council Award

JONESBORO — Dr. Blair Dean, professor of physical education teacher education at Arkansas State University, has been selected by the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition (PCFSN) to receive a 2015 PCFSN Community Leadership Award. The award is given annually to individuals or organizations who improve the lives of others within their community by providing or enhancing opportunities to engage in sports, physical activities, fitness or nutrition-related programs. This year, the President’s Council presented the Community Leadership Award to 47 recipients across the country.

05/20/2015 2:15 PM

First Summer Term Starts June 1 at Arkansas State

The A-State campus will welcome students for first summer term classes beginning Monday, June 1. Registration for the term continues throughout the day.

05/20/2015 1:00 PM

A-State Summer Camp Academy accepting applications

For parents making summer plans for their children, Arkansas State University’s Summer Camp Academy provides exciting educational activities. Designed for children and youth ages 3 to 18, the academy provides an array of activities including art, literature, drama and creative play, and STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) sessions in the more than 60 camps being offered.

05/20/2015 12:15 PM

College of Sciences and Mathematics Cites Top Graduates

The College of Sciences and Mathematics at Arkansas State University recently recognized 26 outstanding graduating students for 2014-15 during the college’s annual awards ceremony.

05/20/2015 11:45 AM

European-based Altice looks to buy Suddenlink

    A French-based company has entered into America’s cable market by expressing interest in purchasing St. Louis-based Suddenlink Communications.  Altice is wanting to buy the company for just over nine-billion-dollars.  Roby Brock with Talk Business and Politics tells why Suddenlink is attractive to Altice.

05/20/2015 10:12 AM

Inside A-State - 05/20/2015

05/20/2015 12:00 AM

Joseph H. Daniel Scholarship for Agribusiness Endowed

The family of an Arkansas State University alumnus has endowed a gift for a memorial scholarship in the man’s honor. Dr. Timothy Burcham, dean of the College of Agriculture and Technology, said the Joseph H. Daniel Memorial Scholarship will assist a junior or senior agribusiness major.

05/19/2015 11:45 AM

Boozman discusses trade, the TPP, the budget and more on KASU

U.S. Senator John Boozman (R-AR) talked about giving the President trade promotion authority for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, getting broadband to rural Arkansas, and the Congressional budget proposal. Click on the "Listen" link to hear the interview.

05/19/2015 8:49 AM

PAC Paths Open to Riders for Exercise and Recreation

With warmer weather and longer days, Arkansas State University’s PAC Paths program is encouraging students, faculty and staff and members of the community to come to campus for exercise and recreation.

05/18/2015 10:00 AM

A-State Softball Brings Home Third Place Finish in National Championship

COLUMBUS, Ga. — Arkansas State University picked up two early wins, but dropped a heartbreaker in the final game of the day to finish third overall in the National Softball Championship Association (NSCA) World Series, on Sunday. The Red Wolves, who came into the tournament ranked first nationally and the top seed, opened the final day’s play with a solid, 17-0, victory over Air Force, followed by another shutout, 14-0, over Kansas. In the third game, defending national champ Florida edged A-State, 3-2, to win.

05/17/2015 8:30 PM