Arkansas State University will remain closed Monday, Dec. 9, 2013 due to continuing inclement weather.
Final exams scheduled for Monday, December 9, 2013, will be Thursday, December 12, 2013 at the previously scheduled time.
Final exams that were scheduled for Friday, December 6, 2013, will be Wednesday, December 11, 2013 at the previously scheduled time.
ASU Paragould will also be closed on Monday, Dec. 9 2013 due to inclement weather.
The following events have been cancelled or postponed.
While the University is closed for inclement weather, the Acansa Dining Hall hours will be from 10:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. All retail locations will be closed.
In response to the change of finals, the residence hall closing deadline of noon on Wednesday, Dec. 11, is extended until Friday, Dec. 13, at noon.
Check back for more closure updates as they become available.
Computer Applications for Engineers, Soil Mechanics, Foundation Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Pavement Design, Soil-Water Interaction, Geo-Environmental Engineering, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Construction Materials, Surface Science and Asphalt Chemistry, Geographic Information System, Numerical Analysis, and Finite Element Method.
Asphalt Chemistry, Spectroscopy Analysis, Surface Chemistry, Superpave, Warm Mix Asphalt, Asphalt Recycling, Nanotechnology, Bioasphalt, Asphalt Emulsion, Mechanistic Empirical Pavement Design Guide (MEPDG), Enhanced Integrated Climate Modeling (EICM), Resilient Modulus, Constitute Modeling, Neural Network Modeling, Data Mining, and Lean Construction.
Dr. Hossain has joined as a faculty member of Arkansas State University (ASU) in 2012 and serves as an Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering. His research interests include energy conservation, recycling, nano- and bio-modifications, and intelligent system design of geotechnical and transportation materials for pavement applications. He is also faculty member of an interdisciplinary research team at the Center for Efficient and Sustainable Use of Resources (CESUR). Dr. Hossain focuses on the development and characterization of innovative geotechnical (stabilized subgrades and aggregates) and asphalt pavement materials and green technologies that will safeguard the environment and facilitate to build longer lasting pavements. Besides mechanistic performance evaluation, Dr. Hossain is interested in surface science and analytical chemistry (i.e., spectroscopy) approaches to evaluate these materials. Furthermore, Dr. Hossain's is interested in constitutive modeling, data mining and visualization, neural network modeling, lean construction, and molecular dynamics simulation of pavement materials. Dr. Hossain also holds "Green Belt" certification on Lean and Six/Sigma from the University of Oklahoma. Dr. Hossain a recipient of President's Gold Medal from Khulna University of Engineering and Technology (erstwhile Bangladesh Institute of Technology) for his outstanding performance in his undergraduate study.