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Hanrahan is President of National Association Hanrahan is President of National Association

Dr. Susan Hanrahan, dean, Nursing and Health Professions, was elevated to the presidency of the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions (ASAHP) during the group's annual meeting. A member since 1995, Hanrahan will serve a two-year term as president, following several years of service in other capacities including board member, secretary, treasurer and president-elect. ASAHP primarily serves universities with health-related schools and colleges.

Rubys Develop Note-Taking Application

Dr. Ralph Ruby Jr. and Dr. Paula Ruby, professors of computer information technology, made a presentation on their newly developed mobile application to the Southern Business Education Association conference in Savannah, Ga. Their app, called Class Notes, is described as "The Master Note-Taking System for Students," and is designed especially to help beginning Generation Z students to record and save lecture and reading notes.

Rubys Develop Note-Taking Application
Four from A-State to Develop Delta Leadership at Harvard

Four A-State representatives will participate in executive training and leadership development at the Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) as part of the Delta Regional Authority (DRA) Delta Leadership Institute's partnership with HKS. Dr. Karen McDaniel, associate professor of management, and Peggy Wright, instructor of political science and director of the Delta Studies Center, are two of the seven attendees from Arkansas. Shawnie Carrier, executive director, Delta Center for Economic Development, and Andrea Allen, DCED deputy director, will attend as part of the DRA Delta Leadership Institute staff. Details are in a news release.

Panel on Public Radio Includes KASU's Doyle Panel on Public Radio Includes KASU's Doyle

Mike Doyle, station manager of KASU-FM, joined other public broadcasting directors from Arkansas and Tennessee during the Legacies and Lunch series presented by the Butler Center for Arkansas Studies. They discussed the history of public media in Arkansas. This year, 2017, marks the 50th anniversary of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and 60 years since KASU first signed on from its first studio, in Wilson Hall.

Sharma Offers Ideas on Energy Conservation

Dr. Rajesh Sharma, associate professor of renewable energy technology, was interviewed for the website WalletHub regarding timely energy conservation topics, including tips on how to reduce energy bills, an analysis of why energy costs vary so much among states, incentives that affect tax deductions and credits, and the impact of other government policies and regulatory changes. The full article is available online.

Sharma Offers Ideas on Energy Conservation
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