Jasper Cooke, public safety, was among more than 495 heads of law enforcement agencies attending the 45th Annual Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police Summer Training Conference.
Tim Dobbs, physical plant, made a presentation about bees to children at the Augusta-Richmond County library.
Todd Hoffman, English and foreign languages, presented the paper Understanding Postmodern Pastiche through the Three Passive Syntheses of Repetition at the 5th International Deleuze Studies Conference 2012 in New Orleans, June 25-27.
Jana Sandarg, English and foreign languages, attended the NAFSA (Association of International Educators) 2012 Annual Conference & Expo in Houston, May 27-June 1.
In the news
Clint Bryant, athletics, —Augusta Chronicle and WJBF, about being named recipient of the NCAA’s Minority Opportunities Athletic Association’s Distinguished Service Award.
Paulette Harris, educational leadership, counseling, and special education —WJBF and WFXG, about the ASU Literacy Center receiving new computers and software through grants from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation and The National Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi.
Autumn Johnson and Matthew Whittington, Reese Library —Augusta Chronicle, about the library’s exhibit featuring the artworks of Cyndy Epps and Angelika Semar-Bondar.
Joyce Jones, dean of students and student services —Targeted News Service and Aiken Standard, about being named the University System of Georgia’s Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs.
Shirley Strum Kenny, interim president —Augusta Chronicle and WFXG, about ASU hosting a meet-and-greet for Kenny to meet ASU faculty and staff.
Saundra Reinke, political Science —WJBF, about the Richmond County Sheriff’s Race and the U.S. District 12 Congressional candidates.
Anthony Robinson, Hull College —Augusta Chronicle, about a Venture Capital Class being offered at ASU.
Therese Rosier, business operations, and Katherine Sweeney, admissions —Augusta Chronicle, about the increase in applications for fall semester.
Carol Rychly, academic affairs —WRDW, about the increase in applications for fall semester.
Kathleen Searles, political science —WAGT, about political campaigning.
Philip Smith, educational leadership, counseling, and special education —Augusta Chronicle, about Georgia creating a system to track a student’s educational career.
Paola Spadoni, political science —Sun Sentinel and The Ledger, about Cuba’s steep increase in import tax.
Katherine Sweeney, admissions —Georgia Public Broadcasting, The Republic, and WTVC, about the increase in applications for fall semesters.
Carol Waggoner-Angleton, Reese Library —Augusta Chronicle, about ASU collaborating with Paine College and other libraries to archive the audio records of famous Augustans.
Judi Wilson, Drew Kemp, and Susan Edwards, teacher education —Chronicle of Higher Education, the second in a series of articles, From teaching intensive to research intensive.