12-20-04: Graduates of Northeast Alabama Law Enforcement Academy
12-20-04: Web Streaming Allows Family to Share Graduation Moment
12-15-04: Campus Bookstore Faculty & Staff Appreciation Sale
12-15-04: Smoky Mountains Environmental Education/Arts Workshop
12-14-04: CSEPP Training Sessions Dec. 14
12-14-04: ELI Director Seeks Help from International Students
12-14-04: Pinhoti Trail Hike: Shoal Creek Jan. 22
12-14-04: Stars of the Pharaohs Planetarium Program Jan. 8
12-10-04: Online Parking Violations Appeal Procedure
12-09-04: JSU Fall 2004 Commencement/Graduation Candidates
12-08-04: UPD Issues Crime Alert
12-08-04: Greek Leaders Elected for 2005
12-08-04: JSU Offers New Course for All Jazz Enthusiasts
12-03-04: Christmas Drive for Needy Kids in Guatemala
12-02-04: JSU Peer Educators' "Arrive Alive in 2005" Program Underway
12-02-04: Holiday Concert/Food Drive Dec. 12
12-01-04: Star of Bethlehem Planetarium Program Dec. 11
11-30-04: Photo Feature: JSU's Christmas Lighting Ceremony
11-30-04: Photo Feature: Living Artwork
11-30-04: Senior Show Art Exhibition Nov. 30 - Dec. 14
11-30-04: Basket Weaving Workshop at Carver Community Center Dec. 2
11-29-04: JSU Field Schools Receive Two USFS Awards
11-29-04: Photo Feature: Cats Spread Holiday Cheer
11-29-04: Photo Feature: Tennessee Fall Colors
11-24-04: Photo Feature: Janney Iron Furnace
11-24-04: Photo Feature: Reflections
11-24-04: Photo Feature: Mushrooms
11-24-04: Photo Feature: Country Road
11-23-04: Photo Feature: Alumni House
11-23-04: Photo Feature: Outjumping the Jumpers
11-23-04: Photo Feature: Chamber's Railroad Bridge, Oregon
11-23-04: Dr. John Hammett Named Associate Dean
11-23-04: Presentation on Books for Baghdad Project Nov. 30
11-23-04: Rogers Secures $60,000 for JSU Training
11-23-04: Larry K. Martin's African Adventures Keep Getting More Fun
11-22-04: Horse Owners to Gallop to JSU Someday?
11-22-04: Photo Feature: Rainy Monday
11-22-04: Water Outage
11-19-04: Photo: Car Fire Extinguished
11-19-04: 1954 Vision of a 2004 Home Computer -- Hoax?
11-18-04: Multicultural Services Selling Pizza Hut Gift Cards
11-18-04: Pep Rally for JSU Gamecocks Tonight!
11-17-04: Calhoun County Civic Chorale Winter Concert Dec. 5
11-17-04: Annual Madrigal Dinner Dec. 3-4
11-16-04: Photo Feature: Covered Bridge
11-16-04: Photo Feature: Covered Bridge
11-16-04: "Dealing with Depression" Workshop Nov. 18
11-16-04: UPS Interviews for Christmas Help Nov. 18
11-15-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Businesses in Sylacauga
11-15-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Businesses in Talladega
11-14-04: Photo Feature: Scenes from Powwow
11-11-04: Obituary: Dr. Blake Otwell
11-11-04: Photo Feature: North Carolina Vistas
11-11-04: IPSA Contributes to Books for Baghdad Project
11-10-04: Photo Feature: Christmas Decorations Going Up
11-10-04: Up 'til Dawn Event Nov. 10-12
11-09-04: Photo Feature: Splash of Color
11-09-04: Photo Feature: Scenes from Callaway Gardens
11-09-04: Photo Feature: Tigger and Friends
11-09-04: CPS Offers Job Interview Workshop Nov. 10
11-09-04: A Cappella Choir Winter Concert Nov. 14
11-09-04: JSU Gospel Choir Concert Nov. 14
11-08-04: Complete Listing of Homecoming 2004 Competition Awards
11-08-04: Winners of Homecoming 2004 Contests
11-06-04: Three Students Trapped in Cole Service Elevator Friday Night
11-05-04: Photos: J-Day Fun
11-05-04: Rachel Townson Crowned Miss Homecoming
11-05-04: Photos: Decorations Show Homecoming Spirit
11-05-04: Homecoming 2004 Door Decorating Contest
11-05-04: JSU's Homecoming 2004 Queen and Court
11-05-04: Russian Editor Pumpyansky to Speak at Ayers Lecture
11-03-04: Photo Feature: A Moment Before Sunrise
11-03-04: Landscaping with Native Plants Nov. 13
11-03-04: CSEPP Training Session
11-03-04: Beware of Internet Fraud
11-03-04: Dr Glenn Roswal Recognized by Camp ASCCA
11-02-04: Photo Feature: Susquehanna River & Cayuga Lake
11-01-04: Photo Feature: Oct. 27th Lunar Eclipse
11-01-04: Photo Feature: Sammy the Cat
11-01-04: Photo Feature: A Bygone Era
11-01-04: Photo Feature: Seaplane on Logan Martin Lake
11-01-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Businesses in Calhoun County
11-01-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Businesses in Pell City
10-29-04: Photo Feature: Trick 'r Treaters Visit JSU
10-29-04: Photo Feature: Storm Panorama
10-29-04: Native American Pow Wow Nov. 12–14
10-28-04: Photo Feature: Plants of Ladiga Trail
10-28-04: Commencement Instructions
10-27-04: Photo Feature: Bradley Ready for Halloween
10-27-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Businesses in Talladega
10-27-04: Busy Student Writes Novel Between Classes
10-27-04: Photo Feature: Halloween 1968
10-27-04: Photo Feature: Livestock Sale
10-27-04: Homecoming 2004 Schedule of Events
10-26-04: Homecoming Court Elections Oct. 28
10-26-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Businesses in Blount Co.
10-26-04: UPD Steps Up Decal Enforcement
10-26-04: Photo Feature: Lunar Eclipse Wednesday
10-26-04: Photo Feature: Oregon Lighthouses
10-26-04: Photo Feature: Ranch Scenes
10-26-04: Art Faculty Exhibition Nov. Nov. 2–23
10-26-04: KaSandra Russaw Joins Human Resources
10-26-04: Sherwin-Williams Interviews on Campus Oct. 26
10-25-04: Squirrels with Barnacles? Meet the Botfly
10-25-04: Photo Feature: More Scenes From Venice
10-25-04: Photo Feature: Night Storm on Lake
10-25-04: Two One-act Operas at Stone Center Oct. 28–31
10-22-04: VPASA Quarterly Report to Trustees
10-22-04: JSU Hosts Microbiologists for First Time
10-21-04: Photo Feature: Artistic Scenes
10-21-04: Photo Feature: Mayfield Lane, Jacksonville
10-21-04: Photo Feature: Venice, Italy
10-21-04: Photo Feature: Oregon Snow
10-21-04: Former Pro Baseball Player/Best-selling Author Gives Back
10-21-04: Piano Workshop 2004 Oct. 22–23
10-21-04: Solo Artist Piano Concert Oct. 22
10-21-04: Tailgate Pep Rally Party Oct. 22
10-21-04: McClellan's Fall Festival Oct. 26
10-21-04: Jacksonville Brass Quintet to Perform at Museum Nov. 7
10-20-04: Photo Feature: Views from Oregon
10-20-04: Photo Feature: Orange Beach Scenes
10-20-04: Photo Feature: How to Shoot Lightning
10-20-04: Photo Feature: Owls
10-20-04: Photo Feature: Cleburne Co. Scenes
10-20-04: Biology Dept. Hosts ASM Meeting Oct. 20-21
10-20-04: Alabama Geologic History Program at Anniston Museum Oct. 21
10-19-04: Photos: Dedication of Training Facility
10-19-04: President's Quarterly Report to Trustees
10-19-04: JSU Dedicates Strength & Conditioning Center
10-19-04: Photo Feature: In High Cotton
10-19-04: Photo Feature: Gulf Sunsets
10-19-04: Photo Feature: Hawk
10-19-04: Photo Feature: Sanibel Island Sunsets
10-19-04: Tornado Watch until 4 p.m.
10-19-04: Scholarship Applications Available Online
10-19-04: JSU Ups Ante with New Weight Center
10-19-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Businesses in Calhoun Co.
10-15-04: Opera Tickets Almost Sold Out
10-14-04: Photo Feature: New River Gorge, West Virginia
10-14-04: JSU's Annual Family Day Oct. 16
10-14-04: Kids' Poster Making Contest Oct. 16
10-13-04: Photo Feature: Storms, Sunsets & Other Beautiful Skies
10-13-04: Win Brand New Used Car at JSU Football Game Oct. 16
10-13-04: Delta Zeta Hosts Parents' Day Brunch Oct. 16
10-13-04: SGA Homecoming 2004 Activities Underway
10-13-04: Payment of I-901 Fee for International Students
10-13-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Businesses in Gadsden
10-13-04: Student Council for Exceptional Children Meeting Oct. 27
10-11-04: Photo Feature: Storm Off Sanibel Island
10-11-04: Sissy Spence is JSU's Major Gifts Officer
10-11-04: Parking Decals
10-11-04: MetLife On-campus Interviews Oct. 13
10-11-04: Miss JSU Pageant Interest Meeting Oct. 14
10-11-04: Cherokee Trickster Tales at Cheaha Oct. 16
10-11-04: Lunar Eclipse Viewing at Planetarium Oct. 27
10-11-04: Spooky Stories Told Under the Stars Oct. 29 & 30
10-11-04: Zeta Tau Alpha Campaign for Breast Cancer Research
10-06-04: Dr. Browder's Gift to Students
10-04-04: Trustees Meet Mon., Oct. 18
10-04-04: The Southerners and Spirit Draw Fans
10-04-04: International House To Hold U.N. Day Tea Oct. 17
10-04-04: UPD Announces New Parking Appeal Procedures
10-01-04: Alabama Honor Strings Concert Nov. 21
10-01-04: JSU University/Community Orchestra Fall Concert Nov. 19
10-01-04: Alabama Honor Strings Festival Nov. 18-21
09-30-04: Guided Archaeology Tour of Calhoun and St. Clair Counties
09-30-04: Young Democrats of JSU Meeting Sept. 30
09-30-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Businesses in Talladega
09-30-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Businesses in Sylacauga
09-30-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Businesses in Gadsden
09-29-04: Two Fall 2004 Commencement Ceremonies Dec. 18
09-29-04: Faculty and Staff Appreciation Day Oct. 2
09-29-04: SGA Posts New E-mail Address
09-29-04: JSU Theatre Season Opens Oct. 7
09-29-04: Meeting of the JSU-Student AEA Oct. 7
09-23-04: Car Hobby Auto Make You Young
09-23-04: Art Exhibition featuring Artist Lee Manners Oct. 5
09-22-04: Preliminary Enrollment Figures, Fall 2004 (PDF)
09-22-04: New National Fraternity Coming to JSU
09-22-04: 2004 Alabama Archaeology Week Festivals
09-22-04: Alumni Tapped for Awards at Homecoming Nov. 6
09-22-04: Hedden Love Uncovered Again 30 Years After Campus Romance
09-22-04: Friends of the Library Presents T.R. Pearson Sept. 23
09-22-04: Evening of Fun with Raptors at DeSoto State Park
09-22-04: Multicultural Services Requests Aid for Hurricane Victims
09-21-04: Alabama Ghost Lore at Cheaha with Renee Morrison
09-20-04: President of SBC Learned Power of Encouragement While at JSU
09-20-04: New Position Will Help JSU Students Find Better Jobs
09-20-04: Discounted Tickets to Carousel from Alumni Office
09-20-04: Take a Friend/Loved One to the Health Fair Sept. 21
09-20-04: Resumania Sponsored by CPS Office Sept. 21
09-20-04: Etiquette Meal Sponsored by CPS Office Sept. 23
09-20-04: Choccolocco Heritage Society Quilt/Arts/Health Fair
09-20-04: Athletics Dept. to Host Tailgate Pep Rally Party Sept. 24
09-15-04: Classes Canceled 4 p.m. Wednesday
09-15-04: NEAPA Graduation Ceremony Canceled
09-15-04: LRCFS Driving Tour of Shoal Creek Canceled
09-15-04: Hispanic Heritage Month Art Contest Canceled
09-15-04: Career Placement Services Programs in September
09-15-04: Human Resources Office Offers Writing Skills Workshop
09-15-04: Casual Canyon Hikes at Little River Canyon
09-15-04: LRCFS's Drum Circle Event at DeSoto State Park
09-14-04: JSU's Conroy Receives Army Award for Civilian Service
09-14-04: New Faculty Members for Fall 2004
09-13-04: Katie Koestner to Speak about Date-Rape Sept. 29
09-13-04: JSU Alumni to Host JSU Tailgate Party Sept. 18
09-10-04: Click It or Ticket Campaign
09-10-04: September Museum Firefly Festival
09-09-04: Fall Canoe/Kayak Outing October 2
09-09-04: Fall 2004 Aerobics Schedule for Stephenson Hall
09-09-04: Parking Enforcement Begins September 13
09-03-04: No Late Registration Fee through September 13
09-08-04: SBDC Offers Counseling for Small Businesses in Pell City
09-08-04: SBDC Offers Counseling for Small Businesses in Gadsden
09-03-04: Invite to Field School's Annual Planning Meeting Sept. 7
09-03-04: Fun Day on the Quad Sept. 9
09-02-04: UPD Announces New Initiatives
09-02-04: JSU's 2004-05 Drama Season Tickets on Sale
09-02-04: Civic Chorale Invites New Members
09-02-04: Dr. Glen Roswal Promotes Special Olympics Worldwide
09-02-04: Browder and Classroom Educators Initiate Democracy Course
09-02-04: SBDC Offers Counseling for Small Businesses in Calhoun Co.
09-01-04: No Late Registration Fee through September 2
09-01-04: JSU Music Department Faculty Recital Sept. 12
08-31-04: Art Contest Scheduled for Hispanic Heritage Month
08-30-04: President's Address at Annual Faculty and Staff Meeting
08-30-04: Beloit College's 'Mind-Set List'
08-26-04: Welch to speak in Fort Payne September 8
08-26-04: Author Barbara Moss to Speak Oct. 28
08-26-04: Distance Education Is Option for Students
08-26-04: Muscle Shoals Minister Publishes Western Novels
08-26-04: JSUCO Concerto and Aria Competition Nov. 3
08-25-04: JSU Launches Spanish-Language Web Service
08-24-04: Guided Tour of Talladega National Forest: Shoal Creek District
08-23-04: Hall of Fame Inductees
08-23-04: SBDC Offers Counseling for Small Businesses in Sylacauga
08-23-04: SBDC Offers Counseling for Small Businesses in Talladega
08-23-04: SBDC Offers Counseling for Small Businesses in Gadsden Area
08-23-04: SBDC Offers Counseling for Small Businesses in Cherokee Co.
08-19-04: Dedication and Open House at Gerald DeBoy's Home
08-19-04: SBDC Offers Counseling for Small Businesses in Calhoun Co.
08-18-04: Fast Job and Personal Skills Training
08-18-04: JSU Auctioneer School Begins Aug. 20
08-18-04: JSU Honored for Student-Athletes' Success
08-18-04: Alumni to Share Secrets of Success; Public Invited
08-17-04: Flint Knapping Workshop Sept. 11
08-13-04: JSU's Bill Fielding Thinks Mill Project Good Idea
08-13-04: JSU Fan Day August 15
08-12-04: Minimal Inconveniences from JSU Power Outage Saturday
08-12-04: Ballerina Crowned Ms. Senior Calhoun County
08-12-04: Mandatory Meeting for Spring 2005 Student Teachers Sept. 9
08-11-04: Cancellation of JSU Planetarium Summer Program Aug. 14
08-10-04: 'Friendliest Campus' Influences Italian Artist
08-10-04: Jacksonville Makes "Best Sports City" List
08-09-04: Library, Anthropology Program Participate in Digitization Grant
08-06-04: JSU-Gadsden Director Appears on Letterman Show
08-06-04: Federal Employment Workshop Sept. 29
08-06-04: New Jobs for JSU Students
08-04-04: Alumna Emily Bonds Among 'Top 40 Under 40'
08-03-04: Commencement Video Available Through Aug. 13
08-03-04: Instructions for Purchasing Online Parking Decals
08-03-04: Top Grads of Summer 2004
08-03-04: SBDC Offers Counseling for Small Businesses in Calhoun Co.
08-03-04: SBDC Offers Counseling for Small Businesses in Pell City
08-11-04: Campus Power Outage Aug. 14
07-29-04: SBDC Offers Counseling for Small Businesses in Talladega
07-29-04: SBDC Offers Counseling for Small Businesses in Sylacauga
07-29-04: SBDC Offers Counseling for Small Businesses in Gadsden Area
07-28-04: Procedures for Purchasing JSU Parking Decals Online
07-28-04: SBDC Offers Counseling for Small Businesses in Blount County
07-23-04: Col. Wilson Donates Collection of Emerson's Works to Library
07-21-04: Dr. Browder Published in International Herald Tribune
07-21-04: Community Responds to Coach Gary DeBoy's Time of Need
07-21-04: JSU to Webcast Commencement
07-21-04: JSU to Sell Surplus Property
07-20-04: SBDC Offers Counseling for Small Businesses in Calhoun Co.
07-20-04: SBDC Offers Counseling for Small Businesses in Cherokee Co.
07-14-04: JSU Summer 2004 Graduation List
07-14-04: VPASA Quarterly Report to Trustees
07-15-04: JSU Planetarium Opens for Summer Programs
07-15-04: New Faculty Members for Fall 2004
07-15-04: CNN Interview with Dr. Safaa Al-Hamdani
07-14-04: UPD'S On-line Parking Decal Registration Update
07-14-04: President's Quarterly Report to Trustees
07-14-04: Theron Montgomery III To Have First Book Published
07-14-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business Owners in Gadsden
07-13-04: SPIRIT of America Show at Paul Snow Stadium July 18
07-09-04: UA Profs Contribute to JSU's Books for Baghdad Project
07-09-04: JSU Students Interview for Co-Op Positions
07-01-04: Trustee Circle Closure
06-30-04: LRCFS Offers Native American Pottery Workshop
06-28-04: Dr. Harper Named Dean of Education and Professional Studies
06-28-04: Professor's 'Books for Baghdad' in National Spotlight
06-28-04: Scenes of JSU Car Show Benefit for Coach Gary Deboy June 26
06-24-04: Joe Serviss Earns CFRE Credential
06-24-04: Major Development in Attracting Arts Programs to McClellan
06-24-04: Social Work Program Reaccredited for Eight Years
06-24-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business Owners in Talladega
06-24-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business Owners in Sylacauga
06-22-04: Three JSU Students Selected to Attend LEI
06-22-04: JSU Nursing Classes Not Listed in the Fall Class Schedule Book
06-21-04: JSU Foundation Implements New Software
06-21-04: Honda Interviews Students for Cooperative Education Openings
06-17-04: Creek Nation Official to Visit JSU
06-16-04: Car Show Benefit for Coach Gary Deboy June 26
06-16-04: JSU Alumnus Named Southern Baptist Convention President
06-10-04: JSU's Houston Cole Library Instruction
06-08-04: Security System Helps ID Thief
06-08-04: JSU Alumni Fun Day at Stone Mountain Park June 12
06-08-04: Inventory Items Available for Campus Use
06-07-04: JSU Drama Department 2003-2004 Season Finale
06-02-04: Scenes from JSU's One-Act Operas
05-28-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business Owners in Pell City
05-27-04: Special JSU Price for Riverfest Tickets Available until June 4th
05-27-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business Owners in Talladega
05-27-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business Owners in Sylacauga
05-27-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Businesses in Gadsden Area
05-27-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Businesses in Blount County
05-25-04: Legislature Concludes 2004 Regular Session—What is Next?
05-21-04: Pictures from Annual Faculty Awards Reception
05-21-04: Summer Student Employment Opportunities
05-20-04: Field School Offers Native American Pottery Workshop
05-20-04: Workshop: Starting and Managing An Effective Small Business
05-19-04: Annual Faculty Award Presentations
05-18-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Cherokee County's Small Businesses
05-18-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Businesses in Calhoun County
05-17-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Businesses in Gadsden Area
05-14-04: SBDC to Host Free Business Management Workshop
05-13-04: JSU To Host Alcohol & Drug School for Professionals
05-13-04: Alumnus Roger Putnam Named BHS Trustee
05-12-04: JSU Jazz I, Big Band, to Perform Sunday, May 16
05-12-04: LRCFS Wild Plants Symposium at DeSoto State Park May 28-29
05-11-04: JSU, GSCC Dedicate Ford Center
05-11-04: Last Call for Alumni of the Year Nominations for 2004
05-11-04: JSU Drama Presents Wise Women by Ron Osborne
05-11-04: JSU Senior Drama Major to Direct Play at Stone Center
05-11-04: JSU Library Summer Hours
05-11-04: LRCFS KIN ("Kids INTO Nature") Camp
05-11-04: LRCFS Frog Pond Adventure on May 29
05-11-04: LRCFS Beginning Bird Identification Program on May 22
05-10-04: Ronnie Smith Appointed JSU Trustee
05-06-04: JSU, Gadsden State to Dedicate Ford Center May 10
05-06-04: JSU's Houston Cole Library Offering Classical Music Online
05-05-04: JSU President's/Dean's List—Spring 2004
05-03-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Business Owners in Calhoun County
05-03-04: JSU Hosts Its Third Annual Language Arts Olympiad
05-03-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business Owners in Pell City
05-03-04: JSU, AAD Sponsoring Trade Fair May 6
05-03-04: UPD Reminder of Click It or Ticket Campaign
05-03-04: UPD Reminder of Online CSEPP Plan
04-30-04: Graduation Moved Indoors Due to Weather
04-30-04: Wildflower Saturday at the Parks on May 1!
04-29-04: Dr. Sarah Latham Named Acting Dean of the College of Nursing
04-29-04: Chris Cook Receives NIC Award of Distinction
04-29-04: Alpha Kappa Delta Inductees
04-28-04: Let's Go Canoeing!
04-28-04: Frog Pond Adventure May 1
04-28-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business Owners in Gadsden
04-28-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business Owners in Sylacauga
04-28-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business Owners in Talladega
04-26-04: Opera Returns to JSU May 27-28
04-23-04: Ann Wells Wins Top Honor
04-23-04: New Student Identification Card More Secure
04-22-04: International House Presents Awards
04-21-04: JSU's 2004 Inductees of Phi Eta Sigma
04-21-04: Tammy Formby is Recipient of Gweneth Mulder Scholarship
04-20-04: VPASA Quarterly Report to Board of Trustees
04-20-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Cherokee County Business Owners
04-19-04: Tuition/Housing Costs To Increase this Fall
04-19-04: New Student ID Card
04-19-04: New Housing Costs Effective Fall Semester 2004 (PDF File)
04-19-04: President's Report to the Board of Trustees
04-19-04: Tuition, Fee & Room Discussion at Trustees Meeting (PDF File)
04-16-04: Bilingual Spanish-English Hike
04-16-04: Archaeology Tour April 24
04-16-04: ENCORE to Perform April 19
04-15-04: JSU Spring 2004 Graduation List/Commencement
04-15-04: Managing a Successful Business Workshop on April 29
04-14-04: National Park Service Offers Summer Jobs for Students
04-13-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business in Calhoun County
04-13-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business in Gadsden Area
04-13-04: JSU's Field School Programs Presented with Award
04-12-04: 1950's Murder Mystery Dinner
04-12-04: Show Business or Classroom? Student Preparing for Both
04-08-04: Congressman Cramer Joins JSU Board of Trustees
04-08-04: ROTC to Host 'Army of One' NASCAR Chevrolet April 13
04-08-04: CSEPP Plan Now Posted on UPD Site
04-08-04: Pinhoti Trail Hike: Dugger Mountain
04-07-04: Department of Continuing Education Receives Award
04-07-04: Spa food: How Safe?
04-07-04: House Approves $2 Million for JSU's TMNRC
04-07-04: An Evening of Poetry
04-07-04: Call for Nominations for Alumni Awards
04-06-04: JSU Music Student to Perform at National Conference
04-06-04: Tigger Gets Sworn In
04-06-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business Owners in Pell City
04-02-04: Communication Week April 5 - 9
04-02-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business in Calhoun County
03-31-04: Photos: Rainbow Over JSU
03-31-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business in Gadsden Area
03-31-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business in Blount County
03-31-04: Cicadas Ready to Invade after 17-year Nap
03-30-04: Calhoun County Civic Chorale Concert April 6
03-30-04: National History Society Inducts JSU Students
03-30-04: Towards Zero begins April 15
03-29-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business Owners in Sylacauga
03-29-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business Owners in Talladega
03-29-04: 'Male Auction' Set for Women's History Month
03-29-04: Fun Day on Quad and Student Appreciation Day April 15
03-29-04: Edible Plants Workshop is April 10
03-29-04: Professional Connection Career Day is April 15th
03-25-04: New Program Trains People to Work in Medical Field
03-19-04: Author, Scholar Klehr to Speak April 13
03-18-04: Continuing Education to Help Medical Center
03-18-04: Prof. McDade to Attend Fulbright-Hays Seminar
03-18-04: First of Four New Elevators in Operation at Cole Library
03-17-04: Professor Borstorff Receives Multiple Honors
03-17-04: Youth Leaders Visit JSU
03-15-04: JSU's Holocaust Commemoration Scheduled for April 1
03-14-04: 14 Selected As Peer Counselors
03-13-03: Smart Growth Initiatives Gaining Momentum
03-12-04: Psychological Study of Drivers at JSU
03-12-04: Feature Photos By Steve Latham: Art Students At Work
03-12-04: Education Fair a Huge Success
03-11-04: VSG to Award Cash Prizes in Writing Contest
03-11-04: This Program Gets Really Deep
03-11-04: Dr. Ketterer to Address Academe
03-11-04: Call for Literary Submissions
03-11-04: Hundreds to Attend English Dept. Events
03-11-04: Alumni Office Has Mamma Mia! Tickets
03-11-04: Dr. Browder's Program Draws More Than 4 Million Viewers
03-11-04: 'Baywatch' Actress Brings Virtual Love to Campus
03-10-04: Faculty Tenure, Promotions Announced
03-10-04: New Faces in the SGA Office
03-10-04: Photographer/Author to Speak March 18
03-10-04: Education Fair is Thursday, March 11
03-05-04: Drama Department Spring Calendar
03-05-04: Alabama Gallery A Gem
03-05-04: SGA Announces Spring Concert
03-05-04: SGA Election Results Announced
The SGA election results are in. Emily Williams of Hokes Bluff, an education and Spanish major, has been elected JSU's new Student Government President.
03-05-04: President Meehan's Radio Show
Dr. Steve Whitton professor of English, discusses a wide range of subjects, including his involvement with the writers' bowl, the holocaust project, and literature. Tune in here or go to president.jsu.edu.
03-05-04: Drama Department Announces Busy Spring Calendar
Calendar events for JSU’s Drama Department for the Spring Season through April 25 are listed here.
03-05-04: Cole Library’s Alabama Gallery A Special Gem
The librarians at Houston Cole Library watch the newspapers, Internet, and magazines for new books by
03-05-04: SGA Announces Spring Concert
The JSU Student Government Association has announced a spring concert on April 9 at Pete Mathews Coliseum. No word yet on the name of the group, time of the event, or cost of tickets.
03-05-04: It’s Taking Two Exhibitions to Show Student Works This Year
There are so many Jacksonville State University student artists with outstanding work in this year’s BA & BFA Senior Show that the show has been split into two exhibitions. On Tuesday, March 30, the first show will begin from with an opening reception. The display ends on April 9. The second show begins April 13 with opening reception taking place also between It ends on April 29.
03-05-04: Chamber Winds and Wind Ensemble to Perform March 9
The Jacksonville State University Chamber Winds and JSU Wind Ensemble will hold a free concert at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 9 in the Ernest Stone Performing Arts Center. The concert will feature special performances by Mr. Jeffery Solomon on horn and Dr. Jerryl Davis on double reed.
03-05-04: "Booktalk" and Signing by Dr. Hardy Jackson on March 9
The Friends of Houston Cole Library will present a "booktalk" and signing by Dr. Hardy Jackson featuring his new book, Inside Alabama: A Personal History of My State, at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 9 on the 11th floor of Cole Library. Dr. Jackson, head of JSU's history and foreign languages department, will sign copies of the book. The public is invited.
03-05-04: Taster's Fair and Talent Show Saturday
The International Taster's Fair and Talent Show will be held at 6 p.m. Saturday, March 6 in Leone Cole auditorium. Come taste food from around the world.
03-05-04: JSU Exempt from Do Not Call List
Jacksonville State University and the JSU Foundation are among several types of organizations that the federal government has reasonably excluded from the national Do Not Call Registry. Charities, non-profit organizations, and educational institutions, such as JSU, are all allowed to continue telephone solicitations. The federal government realizes that private donations and donor support are essential for organizations to cover unmet annual expenses and other critical improvement costs. When you receive a call during JSU’s annual fund-raising “Phoneathon,” for example, do not be surprised – it is allowed under the federal guidelines.
03-04-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business Owners in Pell City
The Jacksonville State University Small Business Development Center, the SBA, and the Pell City of Commerce will offer one-on-one counseling for prospective and existing small business owners at no charge on Tuesday, March 16, 2004, from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at the Chamber office.
03-03-04: Alumnus Defies Science, Wins National Honor
Scientists said it couldn't be done, but Jacksonville State University alumnus David B. Runyan defied long-standing scientific thought and brought back the quail population in Tuskegee. The 1994 biology graduate won the 2003 Progressive Farmer/Rural Sportsman Upland Game Management Farm of the Year award for his work managing Uphapee Plantation, a 2,450-acre private property in Tuskegee, where he repopulated the bobwhite quail (Colinus virginianus)..
03-02-04: JSU Alumnus Receives Bronze Star for Iraq Service
The messages Army First Lieutenant George French sends to family over the Internet from Iraq make him seem almost too busy to pause long enough to receive an honor. He slowed down long enough, though, to accept the Bronze Star from the United States Army for his “heroic or meritorious achievement or service.” The medal was earned for his actions in Baghdad during the attack on the United Nations compound on August 19, 2003, and for other accomplishments.
03-01-04: New Calendar of Events Form
In an effort to simplify the process of posting an event to the JSU Calendar of Events, an online request form is now available at the bottom of the calendar. The policy for posting events appears at the bottom of the form.
03-01-04: Need A Physical Exam?
The Nursing Center Clinic at the Lurleen B. Wallace College of Nursing and Health Sciences has appointments available for students and other individuals from the community. Services include family planning, physical exams and immunizations.
03-01-04: Dr. Whitton Invited to Speak at Holocaust Commemoration
JSU English Professor Steve Whitton has been invited to speak at the official Alabama Holocaust Commemoration in Northwest Alabama, which begins at 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 18 at Trinity Episcopal Church in Florence.
03-01-04: Free Bicycle Safety Class to be Offered March 20
The University Police Department will sponsor a Bicycle Safety class on Saturday, March 20th from 8 a.m. until noon. The class will be taught in the basement of Salls Hall. The class is free.
03-01-04: Dr. Jackson to Speak in Anniston
Accent on the Author will present Harvey H. Jackson III in a book signing/reception sponsored by the Public Library of Anniston-Calhoun County and The Anniston Star on Wednesday, March 17.
03-01-04: A Frog Pond Adventure
JSU’s Little River Canyon Field School will present one of its most popular programs, “Frog Pond Adventure: Early Spring,” at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 13. Transportation will be provided to the site. This will be a fun way to experience "love" from a frog's point of view.
03-01-04: Pre-register for Saturday's Orienteering Adventure
Orienteering is an increasingly popular hobby and competitive sport. It involves using a map and compass to navigate through the woods. Join JSU's Dr. Kelly Gregg at DeSoto State Park on Saturday, March 6 at 9 a.m. for an introductory workshop on orienteering and a brief introduction to GIS - geographic information systems - followed by a friendly orienteering competition.
03-01-04: Retirement Planning Seminar Forms Due Friday, March 5th
Human Resources invites you to attend the 14th annual Retirement Planning Seminar on Thursday, April 8 from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on the 11th floor of Cole Library. The meeting will include speakers from TIAA/CREF, Teacher's Retirement System, and the Social Security Administration. Individual benefits statements may be obtained from TRS and TIAA/CREF. If you wish to receive an individual benefit statement from these organizations, please complete the specified form and return to Human Resources by Friday, March 5. The TRS and TIAA/CREF statements will be available the evening of the seminar.
03-01-04: 23rd Annual Social Work Day on March 4
The Social Work Program of Jacksonville State University and the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Coosa Valley Unit will present the twenty-third annual Social Work Day Conference and NASW social work awards presentation from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Thursday, March 4 on the 11th Floor Houston Cole Library on campus.
03-01-04: Kappa Delta Pi Applications Available
Applications will be available for education majors who wish to join Kappa Delta Pi, an education honor society, at 3 p.m. March 4 at the Baptist Campus Ministries Building. Applicants must be upperclassmen (junior to graduate level) and have at least a 3.5 GPA.
03-01-04: International Week Activities - Feb. 29 to March 6
Planned activities of the International Student Organization during International Week--February 29 to March 6--are listed here.
02-27-04: OVC Women's Basketball Tournament Tickets Available
JSU's women's basketball program will be hosting the first round of the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament on Tuesday, March 2nd, at 7 p.m. Current JSU students will be allowed to purchase a general admission ticket for just $1. This offer is extended to the first 500 students and only one ticket can be purchased per each JSU Student ID. Student tickets have to be purchased by noon on Tuesday at the JSU Athletic Ticket Office in the Gamecock Fieldhouse. The ticket office opens at 8 a.m.
03-02-04: WLJS to Carry Wednesday Night's JHS Game
By special arrangement with the State Finals Radio Network, WLJS - 91.9 FM - will carry Wednesday night's Jacksonville High School basketball game from the Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center in Birmingham.
02-26-04: JSU Preparing Students for ‘Hot Jobs’
JSU students who want to teach Spanish, or are working toward a degree in accounting, or are interested in analyzing spatial relationships are among those likely to land particularly desirable jobs after graduation. That’s because jobs in those fields are among the hottest for the geographic area of
02-26-04: A 'Janeite' Spreads Her Enthusiasm on Campus
Why does Jane Austen, an author whose interests lay in the good manners and delicate relationships of the 19th century, have such influence almost 200 years later? Such is the question poised to about 60 Austen fans by Dr. Patricia Neal, a professor at
02-26-04: Homebuyers Beware of Former Meth Labs
Landlords and realtors face grave dangers related to property where methamphetamines have been produced, according to Lt. Antonio Gonzalez, a policeman from the Juvenile Investigations Division of the Dothan Police Department who led a continuing education program recently at Jacksonville State University.
02-25-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business Owners in Talladega
The Jacksonville State University Small Business Development Center, the SBA, and the Talladega Chamber of Commerce will offer one-on-one counseling for prospective and existing small business owners at no charge on Thursday, March 11, from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 noon at the Chamber office.
02-25-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business Owners in Gadsden Area
The Jacksonville State University Small Business Development Center, the SBA, and the Gadsden Area Chamber of Commerce will offer one-on-one counseling for prospective and existing small business owners at no charge on Wednesday, March 10, 2004, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Chamber office.
02-25-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business Owners in Blount County
The Jacksonville State University Small Business Development Center, the SBA, and the Blount County-Oneonta Chamber of Commerce will offer one-on-one counseling for prospective and existing small business owners at no charge on Tuesday, March 9, 2004, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon at the Chamber office.
02-24-04: Realtors Attend Workshop on Dangers of Meth Homes
Antonio Garcia, of the Dothan Police Department, presented a JSU Continuing Education workshop Tuesday afternoon about the dangers lurking in homes where crystal methamphetamine has been cooked. About 90 real estate professionals attended.
02-24-04: Commencement Information
Commencement begins at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, April 30 in Paul Snow Stadium. Information concerning Spring Commencement 2004 is presented here.
02-24-04: Dr. Browder to Speak at Fate of Democracy Event
Eminent Scholar in American Democracy Glen Browder will take part in a two-day event at
02-24-04: Chamber Singers to Perform with Butler University Chorale and Madrigal Singers
The Butler Chorale of Indianapolis, Indiana will combine with the Jacksonville State University Chamber Singers for a free concert at The Church of St. Michael and All Angels in Anniston at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 11.
02-23-04: Life After The New York Times: A Literary Career
Author, journalist Rick Bragg has reincarnated himself as a literary contender now that his New York Times career is behind him. Bragg says he is “back home.” He’s living close to the place he made famous with his stories of growing up poor in
02-23-04: Student Athletes Becoming More Focused on Academic Goals
The improvement in grade point averages among JSU’s student athletes announced in January came at a time when the National Collegiate Athletic Association was making eligibility requirements relating to grades more stringent. The new rules mean athletes must stay focused on academics.
02-23-04: NE Regional Basketball Tournament Schedule
The pairings for the NE regional high school basketball tournament, scheduled at Pete Mathews Coliseum this week, Feb 23-28 are listed here.
02-19-04: Jackson to be Featured at Alabama Booksmith
On Friday Dr. Harvey H. Jackson, III,
02-19-04: Today's Events at JSU
Listing of scheduled events taking place on JSU campus on this date--February 19, 2004.
02-19-04: Army Band To Perform on JSU Campus Feb. 21st
The 392nd Army Band from Fort Lee, Virginia, will perform at Jacksonville State University at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, February 21. Sponsored by the David L. Walters Department of Music, the concert will be held in the Mason Hall Performance Center and is free to the public.
02-19-04: Jazz Band I Spring Concert on Feb. 25
Jazz Big Band I will have its first Spring Concert at 7 p.m. Wednesday, February 25 in the Performance Center of Mason Hall. The concert is free and open to the general public.
02-17-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business Owners in Cherokee County
The Jacksonville State University Small Business Development Center, the SBA, and the Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce will offer one-on-one counseling for prospective and existing small business owners at no charge on Tuesday, March 2, 2004, from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at the Chamber office.
02-16-04: JSU Peer Educators Win Area 8 Program/Event of the Year
For the second consecutive year, Jacksonville State University's Peer Educators have won the Area 8 Program/Event of the Year. Area 8 includes universities in Alabama, Tennessee, and Mississippi. The Area 8 award was given in recognition of the students' hard work and dedication sponsoring the health fair on campus Sept. 16, 2003.
02-13-04: Walters Honored with Naming of Department of Music
About 350 music majors and well-wishers were present Friday afternoon when Jacksonville State University’s music department was named the David L. Walters Department of Music. Walters, the longtime band director of The Marching Southerners, was surprised at the announcement. Walters, who retired in 1991, served JSU and Calhoun County in many ways for 30 years.
02-12-04: $79M Education Surplus Has Lawmakers in Bind
Lawmakers are on a financial seesaw: While the state's $1.2 billion general fund faces a $340 million shortage, a projected surplus in the $4.2 billion education budget for 2004 means they will decide among pay raises, benefits or textbooks.
02-12-04: Riley Plan Cuts Extra Funds for Health Insurance
Alabama's 51,000 active and retired state agency employees now pay $100 per hospital admission and $15 per day for the second through fifth days in the hospital. There's no copay after that. But those payments next year could jump to $500 or $600 per hospital admission and a copay of $100 to $150 per day for the second through fifth days, William Ashmore, executive director of the State Employees' Insurance Board, said Wednesday.
02-12-04: Spotter Training Highlights JSU's Severe Weather Week Observance
JSU will observe Feb. 17-21 as Alabama Severe Weather Awareness week. Alabamians are encouraged throughout the week to learn or review safety measures that should be taken at homes, schools, work, or on the road during severe weather. Meteorologist Jason Wright of the National Weather Service will teach a combined basic and advanced storm spotting class at the Theron Montgomery Building on March 16 at 6 p.m. The class is for anyone who would like to know more about becoming a spotter or any law enforcement employees or amateur radio operators.
02-11-04: Summary of action in the Alabama Legislature
A summary of action in the Alabama Legislature on Tuesday, the third meeting day of the regular session.
02-10-04: SGA Events Coming Up
The SGA is promoting involvement by students and faculty in the following upcoming events: Higher Education Day Rally in Montgomery on February 26 and the SGA Blood Drive on March 8-9 in the TMB third floor auditorium. Also elections for the Student Government Association will take place on March 2-3 in the TMB third floor auditorium. Students should bring their ID cards to vote.
02-10-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business Owners in Gadsden Area
The Jacksonville State University Small Business Development Center, the SBA, and the Gadsden Area Chamber of Commerce will offer one-on-one counseling for prospective and existing small business owners at no charge on Wednesday, February 25, 2004, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Chamber office.
02-10-04: Alumna Kuykendall Dies for CSI: Miami
JSU alumna Kim Kuykendall, a 1999 drama graduate, was dying to get a part on a television show, and her wish was realized Monday night. In the CBS drama CSI: Miami, which aired Monday at 9 p.m., Kuykendall played the part of Sandy Willis, a murder victim on the episode “Slow Burn,” which deals with the discovery of a hunter’s body after a controlled fire has been set in the Everglades.
02-10-04: Alumnus Randy Owen Suffering Inner Ear Problem
Reba McEntire performed at the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo on Saturday, Feb. 7, filling in for Alabama. Alabama canceled some tour dates because singer Randy Owen is suffering from a rare inner ear disorder, though he is not currently hospitalized.
02-09-04: Riley, Other Governors Urge Support for Higher Ed
Riley said that while kindergarten through 12th grade is important, other states that have been successful in attracting major manufacturers have put more focus into adult education. “So many of our sister Southern states have taken a new economic model. They’re using the areas of higher education as the catalyst to move their states forward,” Riley said.
02-09-04: Auction Raises $700, Gives Experience to Graduating Auctioneers
About 65 buyers and sellers attended Jacksonville State University’s Gamecock Center on Sunday for the first-ever auction designed to “teach” the art of auctioneering. The new program is an offering of JSU’s Continuing Education Department.
02-09-04: Bragg to Writers: Listen to Family Stories
“Ask me anything you like, even if it’s embarrassing,” Rick Bragg told a recent crowd of about 200 at Jacksonville State University’s Houston Cole Library. “I’ll go ahead and get one thing out of the way. I’m still single. I’ve been dumped 47 times -- by 32 women.” Bragg, a former student at JSU and Calhoun County’s only Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, spoke at the regular meeting of the JSU chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists and to his fans.
02-04-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business Owners in Calhoun County
The Jacksonville State University Small Business Development Center, the SBA, and the Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce will offer one-on-one counseling for prospective and existing small business owners at no charge on Thursday, February 19, 2003, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Chamber office.
02-04-04: Project: VALENTINE
The members of Freshman Forum ask YOU to participate in Project: VALENTINE! From now until February 16, 2004, Freshman Forum will be collecting cell phones and chargers. These cell phones will be distributed to candidates awaiting organ transplants. They are accepting all cell phones no matter how outdated or what condition or model. If it can dial 911, it can help save a life!
02-04-04: Highway 204 Detour To Slow Commute to JSU
A dangerously narrow bridge spanning Tallasseehatchee Creek just west of Jacksonville on Alabama 204, which has been the scene of numerous accidents and some fatalities, is scheduled for replacement beginning soon by the Department of Transportation. Traffic will be detoured three miles around the construction site. Detour signs will be placed as soon as the work begins. The construction will take about a year and will provide a bridge with wider shoulders.
02-04-04: Enter Your Items in JSU Auction
The JSU community is encouraged to submit items for this Sunday's auction. The JSU Auctioneer School Auction, which will be led by graduating auctioneer students as a requirement for graduation, will be held Sunday, February 8 from 2-5 p.m. at the Gamecock Center. Proceeds from items to go to the University Scholarship Fund, the Gamecock Club, or to the Continuing Education Foundation account.
02-04-04: Higher Ed Community Mixed on Riley's Proposals
Gov. Bob Riley proposed several higher education changes Tuesday, including requiring out-of-state students who attend Alabama universities to pay more and giving more power to the state's central planning agency, the Alabama Commission on Higher Education.
02-03-04: Be On the Lookout: Report These Suspects to UPD
The JSU UPD have received a report of unauthorized persons using the university as a venue for the purpose of selling magazine subscriptions. Two females are targeting the dorms on campus attempting to persuade students, faculty, and staff to purchase magazine subscriptions. If you are contacted by these individuals, please contact UPD at 782-5050.
02-03-04: Riley to Put Bite in College Oversight
Gov. Bob Riley will propose strengthening central oversight of Alabama's public colleges and universities tonight in his State of the State speech, lawmakers and higher education leaders say.
02-03-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business Owners in Pell City
The Jacksonville State University Small Business Development Center, the SBA, and the Pell City Chamber of Commerce will offer one-on-one counseling for prospective and existing small business owners at no charge on Tuesday, February 17, 2004, from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at the Chamber office.
02-03-04: Mandatory Meeting for Students Applying to Student Teach/Intern for Fall 2004 Semester
This is notification of a mandatory meeting on February 6th for College of Education and Professional Studies students who will be student teaching/interning Fall 2004 Semester.
02-03-04: JSU Peer Educators Interest Meeting
A JSU Peer Educators Interest Meeting is being held on February 9th & 11th in Room 303 of the Theron Montgomery Building from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. Counseling and Career Services is presenting this meeting which focuses on explaining the definition of a peer educator, their duties and responsibilities, and the requirements of a peer educator.
02-03-04: SGA Spring Semester Activities
The SGA announces its Spring Semester 2004 schedule.
02-02-04: Riley Gives Grant to JSU to Study Broadband Network
Imagine being able to renew your driver’s license over the Internet, or sitting in the office of your family physician while discussing your mysterious ailment with a specialist several miles away. A study that seeks solutions for people’s day-to-day communications problems should begin within 120 days thanks to a $20,000 grant awarded by Gov. Bob Riley to Jacksonville State University. Frank King, JSU’s director of distance education, will oversee the study.
01-30-04: The Master Plan: JSU's Vision of the Future
"A new building would give us a big boost," said Dr. Bo McIntosh, chair of Jacksonville State University's Department of Music. "We could have a concert hall that could seat between nine and twelve thousand, a recital hall for about three hundred, and more studio space." McIntosh isn't the only person enthused about the vision discussed at the JSU Board of Trustees meeting on Jan. 26. The board got to "see" a future that administrators, faculty, and alumni have created in the form of a wish list -- a draft of a master plan that calls for new construction projects, endowed faculty positions and scholarship programs.
01-30-04: 2 of 6 Candidates for Judgeship are JSU Grads
Two of six Talladega County lawyers vying to succeed former Circuit Judge Jerry Fielding, who retired after nearly 25 years on the bench, are Jacksonville State University graduates. Barry D. Matson, who graduated from JSU in 1986, and Jonathan Lane Adams, who graduated in 1980, are among the field of candidates who will be interviewed Feb. 6.
01-30-04: UPD Ceremony Marks Latest Reaccreditation
"It's been a long three years," said Jacksonville State University Police Chief Terry Schneider, referring to news of his department's reaccreditation. "It's a difficult goal to achieve and a harder one to maintain." UPD recognized its reaccreditation by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) during a ceremony Thursday afternoon at Salls Hall.
01-29-04: Riley plan may cut employee benefits
Top lobbyists predicted Wednesday that Gov. Bob Riley will propose a plan that could raise the amounts Alabama's public employees pay for health insurance by as much as $900 per person next year. If they're right, 140,000 active and retired teachers and other public school employees and 51,530 active and retired state agency workers could be asked to pay a total increase of $175.4 million for health insurance next year.
01-29-04: VPAA's Quarterly Report to Board of Trustees
This article presents a copy of the Vice President for Academic Affairs' quarterly report to the Board of Trustees on January 26, 2004.
01-29-04: Reminder to JSU Faculty
Here's a reminder that Academe will meet this afternoon at 3:00 p.m. in 1103 B and C, Houston Cole Library. Laurie Charnigo will discuss how historians access their information needs in "WordlCat Rules!"
01-28-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business Owners in Sylacauga
The Jacksonville State University Small Business Development Center, the SBA, and the Sylacauga Chamber of Commerce will offer one-on-one counseling for prospective and existing small business owners at no charge on Thursday, February 12, 2004, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Chamber office. It is necessary that you make an appointment.
01-28-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business Owners in Talladega
The Jacksonville State University Small Business Development Center, the SBA, and the Talladega Chamber of Commerce will offer one-on-one counseling for prospective and existing small business owners at no charge on Thursday, February 12, 2004, from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 noon at the Chamber office.
01-28-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business Owners in Gadsden Area
The Jacksonville State University Small Business Development Center, the SBA, and the Gadsden Area Chamber of Commerce will offer one-on-one counseling for prospective and existing small business owners at no charge on Wednesday, February 11, 2004, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Chamber office.
01-27-04: Rick Bragg Appearance Rescheduled
An appearance by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Rick Bragg of Jacksonville has been rescheduled to 6 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 5 on the 11th Floor of Cole Library. He will address the Jacksonville State University Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. The public is invited.
01-27-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business Owners in Blount County
The Jacksonville State University Small Business Development Center, the SBA, and the Blount County-Oneonta Chamber of Commerce will offer one-on-one counseling for prospective and existing small business owners at no charge on Tuesday, February 10, 2004, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon at the Chamber office.
01-27-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business Owners in Calhoun County
The Jacksonville State University Small Business Development Center, the SBA, and the Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce will offer one-on-one counseling for prospective and existing small business owners at no charge on Thursday, February 5, 2004, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Chamber office.
01-27-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business Owners in Cherokee County
The Jacksonville State University Small Business Development Center, the SBA, and the Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce will offer one-on-one counseling for prospective and existing small business owners at no charge on Tuesday, February 3, 2004, from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at the Chamber office.
01-27-04: President Bill Meehan's Quarterly Report to Board of Trustees
This article presents a copy of Dr. Bill Meehan's quarterly report to the Board of Trustees on January 26, 2004.
01-26-04: Jennifer Rhea Curren Crowned Miss JSU
Jacksonville State University senior Jennifer Rhea Curren was crowned Miss JSU recently at Leone Cole Auditorium. An Alexandria High School graduate of 2001, Curren ran on a platform of mentoring through the Big Brothers/Big Sisters organization.
01-26-04: Annual Juried Art Show
JSU's Annual Juried Student Exhibition begins on Feb. 3rd. Student's work will be shown in the areas of painting, drawing, photography, sculpture and ceramics. An overall winner will be named, and ribbons will be awarded for each category. The chosen works will remain on display until Feb. 20.
01-23-04: JSU Drama Department Presents West Side Story
The streets of New York City will be re-created for the stage when three of Jacksonville State University’s arts departments collaborate to present “West Side Story.” It begins on Feb. 19 at 7 p.m. at the Ernest Stone Performing Arts Center with eight performances on various dates through Feb. 29. Sell-outs crowds are expected.
01-23-04: $1 million Approved for Little River Canyon Field School
Promised federal money finally became a reality Thursday when the Senate finally passed an overdue $373 billion bill. $1 million will go toward construction of Jacksonville State University’s Little River Canyon Field School on the DeKalb-Cherokee county line at Highway 35.
01-22-04: New book by Jackson Gives Personal History of Alabama
JSU’s Hardy Jackson has a new book that gives a “personal history” of Alabama. Inside Alabama: A Personal History of My State explores Alabama’s cultural, political, and economic development from prehistoric times to the dawning of the new millennium.
01-22-04: Sparks Wins Scholarship for Spring, 2004
This semester’s prestigious Gweneth Mulder Scholarship has been awarded to Jacksonville State University student Jessica Lindsey Sparks by the Department of Sociology and Social Work. A Henager, AL native, Sparks has a 4.0 grade point average for all classes in sociology.
01-22-04: Prudence Hilburn Offers Cooking Classes at JSU
JSU's Continuing Education Department will be hosting several gourmet-cooking classes taught by the local food writer and well-known cooking instructor Prudence Hilburn this spring. Mrs. Hilburn has been teaching cooking classes at JSU now for about eleven years. Enrollees are encouraged to register early due to limited availability.
01-21-04: JSU Celebrates Black History Month
Variety seems to be the key for this year’s Black History Month. Seven different events have been planned by The Office of Multicultural Services at Jacksonville State University, according to David Zeigler, head of the office and the program’s planner. This year’s celebration begins with “Comedy Night” on Feb. 5 that is free to students and features the nationally known comedian, Shawty-Shawty, who often appears on BET television’s Comic View.
01-21-04: Rick Bragg to Speak at JSU
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Rick Bragg of Jacksonville will address the JSU Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists on Thursday, Jan. 29. Bragg will speak at 6 p.m. on the 11th floor of the Houston Cole Library. The public is invited.
01-21-04: UPD Officer Brandon Lee Singleton Promoted to Corporal
JSU and University Police Chief Terry Schneider announce the promotion of Officer Brandon Lee Singleton to the rank of Corporal. The Piedmont native joined the UPD in August of 2002.
01-20-04: Internet Worm Lurks in E-Mail In-Boxes
A new Internet worm that spread by e-mail through Asia, Australia and Europe began appearing in U.S. in-boxes yesterday, and experts warned it could spread as people go back to work after the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. The “Bagle” or “Beagle” worm arrives as an attachment to an e-mail with the subject line “Hi” and “test : )” in the body text. The worm is activated when a user clicks on the attached file.
01-15-04: First JSU Auctioneer School Auction Announced
The new Jacksonville State University Auctioneer School Auction, which will be lead by graduating auctioneer students as a requirement for graduation, will be held Sunday, February 8 from 2-5 p.m. at the Gamecock Center. Proceeds from items to go to the University Scholarship Fund, the Gamecock Club, or to the Continuing Education Foundation account.
01-15-04: JSU UPD Accreditation Ceremony Set
The Jacksonville State University Police Department announces the confirmation of their second reaccredidation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA). UPD will celebrate with a presentation ceremony at the University Police Department on January 29, 2004 at 3:00 p.m.
01-15-04: Students may lose tuition discount
Gov. Bob Riley's Commission on Education Spending recommended changes Wednesday aimed at ending state taxpayers' subsidy of out-of-state students at Alabama colleges and universities. The panel of business, civic and education leaders urged the elimination of an exemption that allows schools to offer in-state tuition rates to out-of-state students who live in a county within 50 miles of the college they attend. About 4,000 out-of-state students are enrolled in Alabama universities under that exemption.
01-15-04: Freeze costs, cut teachers, says panel
A panel charged with finding ways to cut education spending recommended Wednesday the state freeze the amount it pays for employee health insurance and reduce the number of teachers and other education workers on the payroll.
01-15-04: Lawmakers: Shelby County tax vote reflects trend
Shelby County voters' rejection Tuesday of a 9-mill property tax for schools reflects a distrust of government and distaste for taxes among voters across Alabama, state lawmakers for the county said Wednesday. Several predicted that legislators would heed this and other tax votes and reject any plans to raise state taxes this year.
01-14-04: Alabama's Automotive Corridor Nets 127,000+ Jobs
A report released by JSU's Center for Economic Development and Business Research (CED) shows that the "I-20 Automotive Corridor," which runs from the Alabama state line near Atlanta through Tuscaloosa, is the main artery for the influx of 127,310 statewide jobs and the input of $5.4 billion now fueling Alabama's economic growth. The study, prepared by JSU's Dr. William T. Fielding, dean of the College of Commerce and Business Administration, highlights the economic impact of the growing automotive industry upon Alabama, particularly on the counties from Calhoun to Tuscaloosa.
01-14-04: LTC (Ret.) Charles B. Pickette Reelected as President of ROTC Alumni Chapter
Lieutenant Colonel Bruce Pickette (Ret.) of Montgomery, originally of Weaver, AL, was recently reelected president of the Jacksonville State University ROTC Alumni Chapter.
01-14-04: JSU Professors Assist with Education Benefits Funding Proposal
A Jefferson County state legislator said Tuesday he will propose a freeze on state health insurance spending for education employees to try to rein in the soaring cost. Rep. Scott Beason, R-Gardendale, said that for fiscal year 2005, he would seek to freeze the state contribution to the Public Education Employees Health Insurance Plan, or PEEHIP, at the $589 million budgeted for this year. The state's share of the insurance costs for public education employees was about $510 million in fiscal 2003. It is expected to grow by about $123 million in 2005, which begins Oct. 1.
01-13-04: LRCFS's First Hike of 2004 on January 24
LRCFS offers the first hike of the season along the Shoal Creek portion of Alabama’s longest hiking trail on Saturday, January 24. Keith Hudson of the Anniston Outdoor Association and Field School Staff will lead you through one of the most diverse sections of Talladega National Forest. This is a moderately strenuous hike that requires some experience. Pre-registration is required.
01-09-04: Robert John Schaffer, Jr. Promoted to Corporal
Jacksonville State University and University Police Chief Terry Schneider announce the promotion of Officer Robert John Schaffer, Jr. to the rank of Corporal.
01-09-04: Neil Fetner Promoted to Corporal
Jacksonville State University and University Police Chief Terry Schneider announce the promotion of Officer Neil Patrick Fetner to the rank of Corporal.
01-09-04: Survey Finds Opposition Still Strong to New Alabama Taxes --
A survey commissioned by a foe of Gov. Bob Riley's tax plan found most Alabamians who voted in the Sept. 9 referendum are hesitant about new state taxes as the state faces another year of budget shortfalls.
01-08-04: JSU Board of Trustees Quarterly Meeting on Jan. 26
The Jacksonville State University Board of Trustees will hold their regular quarterly meeting on Monday, January 26 at 10 a.m. on the 11th floor of the Houston Cole Library.
01-08-04: Grading the Gamecocks --
01-08-04: Sessions, Rogers, Riley say they'll fight to keep Army Depot --
01-06-04: SBDC Offers Counseling to Small Business Owners in Pell City
The Jacksonville State University Small Business Development Center, the SBA, and the Pell City Chamber of Commerce will offer one-on-one counseling for prospective and existing small business owners at no charge on Tuesday, January 20, 2004, from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at the Chamber office.
01-05-04: Judy Harrison Named JSU Assistant Director of Human Resources
Judy Harrison of Jacksonville was appointed as JSU's assistant director of Human Resources effective Dec 15. Ms. Harrison has more than 17 years of experience as a human resources practitioner in public and private sector employment, both in generalist and specialist roles.
01-05-04: PE Course offers Job Officiating High School Volleyball Games
Earn up to $1,000 officiating high school volleyball next fall. Sign up for PE Course 105M Spring Semester - 3 hours credit plus AHSAA certification.
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Last updated 20.5.2002