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Applications for April 5 SGA Elections Now Online

The Jacksonville State University Student Government Association announces that Spring Elections will be held on April 5.

 
University Mourns Passing of Dr. Harold McGee, 10th JSU President

The Jacksonville State University community is deeply saddened by the passing of Dr. Harold McGee, our tenth university president. Dr. McGee passed away on Saturday, March 3 at UAB Hospital in Birmingham. He was 74.
 
Jacksonville State University Named a Tree Campus USA

The Arbor Day Foundation has named Jacksonville State University a 2011 Tree Campus USA in honor of its commitment to effective community forestry management.
 
Jennifer Evans is March 2012 Employee of the Month

Congratulations to Ms. Jennifer Evans, JSU Employee of the Month for March 2012.
 
JSU Honors Program Selling Discount Cards

The JSU Honors Program is again selling business discount cards for $5 each.
 
SAEA Monthly Meeting Will Be March 14

JSU chapter of SAEA (Student Alabama Education Association) will have a monthly meeting for current SAEA members and other education majors who might be interested in joing SAEA.
 
Retired JSU Psychology Professor Lee Chaney Passes March 4

Mr. Lee Chaney passed away Sunday morning, March 4, 2012.
 
Visit Houston Cole Library's Underground Newspaper Display

Laurie Charnigo will present on April 5 on Occupy the OccuPast: Echoes of Dissidence in the Underground Newspaper Collections.
 
Banner Finance Training

The Office of Controller and Office of Purchasing will hold the March Banner Finance Training, Tuesday, March 13, 2012 from 2:30 - 4:00 p.m. in 241 Self Hall.
 
Circle K International Wants JSU Students

Circle K International meets every other Monday in Stone Center
 
Department of Arts Presents Juried Student Exhibition March 8-April 4

The Juried Student Exhibition is a must-see event that offers the region a chance to see the creations of JSU's most talented art students.
 
Dr. LaJoyce Debro is 2012 William A. Hinton Research Training Award Laureate

The Hinton Award honors outstanding contributions toward fostering the research training of under-represented minorities in microbiology.
 
JSU Trumpet Ensemble to Perform First Public Concert

The ensemble will perform a diversified selection of music on Wednesday, March 7 at the Mason Hall Performance Center.
 
Ryan Perrilloux-- Gamecock, Giant, Graduate

Perrilloux returned to campus on March 1 to be presented his degree, a Bachelor of Science in Sociology
 
'Muslim in America' Theme of WLJS-FM's 'Late Nite With Ed Moore III'

The March 2 show will go in depth about life as a Muslim in America since the September 11 attacks.
 
Sixth Annual Chili Cook-Off on March 7

For $5 you will have the opportunity to sample a dozen chili entries and vote for your favorite.
 
Pulitzer Prize Winner Connie Schultz to Visit JSU

Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper columnist Connie Schultz will visit Jacksonville State University on March 8, 2012, to deliver the annual Ayers Lecture hosted by the JSU Department of Communication.
 
JSU Foundation President Julia Segars Wins 2012 Frances E. Couch Award

The award is given to outstanding women who embody unselfish leadership, are committed to community service in East Alabama, and exemplify the ideals of Girl Scouting.
 
Botanist Alan Weakley to Present at JSU on March 14

The lecture is free and open to the general public. The title of the lecture is "Advances in our understanding of the southern United States flora."
 
A Cappella Choir, Chamber Singers to Present March 18 Spring Concert

On Sunday, March 18, 2012 at 3:00 p.m., at First Presbyterian Church in Anniston the JSU A Cappella Choir and Chamber Singers will present their Spring Concert.
 
31st Annual JSU Social Work Conference Will Be March 9

The BSW Program at JSU will sponsor The 31st Annual JSU Social Work Conference on March 9 from 8 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. on the 11th floor of the Houston Cole Library. This year’s theme is “Social Worker Matters.”
 
Alabama Poet Laureate Sue Brannan Walker to Visit JSU March 15

Jacksonville State University and the Friends of the Houston Cole Library will welcome Dr. Sue Brannan Walker, Poet Laureate of Alabama, for a very special event on Thursday, March 15, at 7 p.m. in Room 1103B of Houston Cole Library.
 
Wellness Wednesday on March 14- Good Health is Not Just Good Luck

Come to Wellness Wednesday on March 14 and enjoy a delicious Irish meal that will not break your calorie budget!
 
Welcome to the New JSU Public Relations Website

This site replaces JSUNews.com, which will be retired on March 31, 2012. Our move is a result of JSU's migration to a new content management system.
 
SGA on Ice Brings 'Ice' Skating Back to JSU

It's been an unusually warm winter, which can mean only one thing. JSU needs to find its own way to chill!
 
Counseling for Prospective, Existing Small Businesses

The Jacksonville State University Small Business Development Center, the SBA, and area Chambers of Commerce will offer one-on-one counseling for prospective and existing small business owners at no charge in April.
 
Women's History Month Program on March 21

The guest speaker will be Patricia Pettway, who will speak on good mental health and managing stress.
 
Freshman Forum Hosting One Day Without Shoes on April 10

There will be activities, games and crafts on the TMB lawn from noon-3 p.m. A rally will be held at 2:45 followed by a barefoot parade around Trustee Circle to raise awareness for Tom's One for One Campaign.
 
Learning Centered Philosophies Subject of March 19 Academe

The program presenters will be Dr. Aaron Garrett, Dr. David Thornton, and Mr. Mark DaParma, all from MCIS.
 
Jacksonville Opera Theatre Presents 'Romeo et Juliette'

Jacksonville Opera Theatre is once again breaking ground, this time with collaboration between four different artistic groups. Jacksonville Opera Theatre will join the Etowah Youth Orchestra, the Downtown Dance Conservatory, both of Gadsden and the Ars Nova Opera Company of Huntsville, to bring the classic story of Romeo and Juliet to life.
 
Annual Vendors-Health Fair is April 5

Various local vendors will set up in the auditorium with information about their products, product samples, coupons, items for purchase, etc… and possibly FREE promotional giveaways.
 
Annual Education Fair is April 12

This fair is open to all students in education. Job seekers are encouraged to bring copies of résumés, dress professionally and be prepared for interviews on site.
 
Sparkman Hall Evacuated- Updated

Due to the report of a possible gas leak at Sparkman Hall, the building has been evacuated.
 
SGA Presents 'Gamecock Palooza'

Join us for a spring fling on the TMB front lawn on April 5.
 
JSU's Renee Morrison is New President of State Environmental Education Association

As president, her focus will be on environmental literacy for Alabama K-12 students.
 
Delta Zeta Sponsors "Turtle Tug" for Spring Philanthropy

All of the money that is raised will go to the Painted Turtle Camp for terminally ill or disabled children.
 
JSU Continuing Education to Offer Online Mobile Marketing Certificate Program

The one-month online course, which premieres the week of June 4, covers strategy and introduction, including what type of platforms to use, how to design a campaign, and finally how to execute and measure success.
 
Criminal Justice Department to Stage Mock Trial

UPDATED Apr. 2. 2012- Come be a member of the jury and decide the fate of Charles Jones during JSU Criminal Justice Department's Mock Trial on April 11.
 
Cancelled- Public Relations Organization to Host Talent Show

JSU students will show their talents for a good cause on April 11.
 
JSU Celebrates International Week April 8-14

Please plan to join us for a week's worth of activities celebrating our campus' diversity.
 
Library Offers Extended Hours During Finals

From Sunday, April 22 to Thursday, April 26 the Library will be open from 7:30 a.m. - 1 a.m.
 

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