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Visual Arts Society Hosts Annual Spring Gala, Silent Auction on May 17

The Visual Arts Society requests the pleasure of your company at the 20th Annual Spring Gala and Silent Auction on Thursday, May 17 at the Victoria Inn in Anniston. Proceeds from the evening will benefit JSU Art Student Scholarships.

 
Appalachian Highlands Birding Trail Launches May 12

Nine East-Central Alabama counties will launch the newly developed trail, which is the sixth of eight organized trails that will ultimately cover the state.
 
Jacksonville State Gets $392,384 NSF Grant for Herbarium

The grant will be used to revitalize and digitize the collection.
 
JSU Drama Presents Snoopy! The Musical May 9-13

Join America's favorite dog and the Peanuts gang for "Snoopy! The Musical," based on the world-renowed "Peanuts" comic strip.
 
John H. Jones to Present Annual Faculty Scholar Lecture on May 10

The title of his talk is "Blake, Originality, and Dissent."
 
JSU Planned Tech Upgrade on May 14

Will require temporary Internet, Email, JSU Website, MyJSU, and Banner outage.
 
University Police Department to Host Mock Assessment for Reaccreditation

The two day mock assessment is a comprehensive review of UPD’s accreditation standards and has become an effective quality control method.
 
Spring 2012 Faculty IDEA Grants Recipients Selected

Four faculty were selected to receive IDEA Professional Development Grants, provided by the Office of Provost and Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs, for their students’ participation in the spring 2012 IDEA evaluations.
 
JSU Recognizes Outstanding Faculty at Annual Awards Program

Jacksonville State University recognized Outstanding Faculty Awards winners, faculty research award, tenure and promotion recipients as well as retirees and scholars at the annual Faculty Awards Program on May 8 at 5 p.m. on the eleventh floor of the Houston Cole Library. A reception followed on the twelfth floor.
 
'Wild Thyme Tea' at the Canyon Center Features Ingredients from Mother Nature's Pantry

The REAL Mad Hatter, Smoky Mountain Naturalist and Wildcrafter Ila Hatter, will host this event, which will feature watercress sandwiches, wild preserves, pastries and a variety of teas.
 
Spring Jam Brings High School Football to JSU Stadium May 17-18

Eight area high school football teams will play on JSU's Burgess-Snow Field on Thursday and Friday, May 17-18 as part of the Calhoun County WJXS TV-24 Pigskin Roundup Spring Jam.
 
WLJS Friday Night Talk Show to Return for Third Season

First episode of new season airs September 7, 2012.
 
Tony Hulsey is April Employee of the Month

Mr. Hulsey is an electrician in the Physical Plant.
 
Karen Bates is May Employee of the Month

Ms. Bates is the secretary for the University Police Department.
 
Crime Researcher, Alumnus Dr. Eddie Blackwelder to Donate Collection, Establish Scholarship at JSU

The Blackwelder collection encompasses a lifetime of research on serial killers. The scholarship is for JSU students majoring in social work.
 
JSU SBDC, Anniston Army Depot to Host Business Opportunities Procurement Conference and Trade Fair

The conference will be Thursday, May 17, 2012, from 8:15 a.m. until noon in the Stephenson Gym.
 
Small Business Counseling Available

The Jacksonville State University Small Business Development Center, the SBA, and the Blount County-Oneonta Chamber of Commerce will offer one-on-one counseling...2
 
'Canyon Fiesta' at the Canyon Center

Join this festive event at the Little River Canyon Center for family fun, games, art, music, and great food.
 
Watch the Rare Transit of Venus from HCL on June 5

On June 5, Venus will pass in front of the sun. We will have a telescope set up on the top floor of Houston Cole library so that you can watch as Venus crosses the face of the Sun. Join us as we witness this rare astronomical event that will not be repeated in our lifetime!
 
Chernobyl- Of zombies and hope

The following article, written by Glen Browder, Eminent Scholar in American Democracy at Jacksonville State University, originally appeared in the Sunday, May 20, 2012 edition of the Anniston Star.
 
Community Meeting to Discuss the Potential Dangers of Fracking in the Talladega National Forest

On May 24 at 6:00 PM, the Jacksonville State University Ethics Club...
 
June 5 Banner Finance Training- Travel

The Office of Controller and Office of Purchasing will hold the June Banner Finance Training, Tuesday, June 5, 2012 from 2:30 - 4:00 p.m.
 
Three Inducted Into JSU Teacher Hall of Fame

The annual Jacksonville State University Teacher Hall of Fame award banquet was held on May 11, 2012.
 
Zumba Fitness Classes Begin June 5

Join the latest fitness sensation-- Zumba! The next class begins June 5 at Tom Roberson Gym, Stephenson Hall.
 
Send-Off Reception for Miss JSU Beth Milam on Friday, June 1

Join the JSU community as we wish Miss JSU Beth Milam well as she departs for the Miss Alabama Pageant.
 
JSU Awards 691 Degrees in Spring 2012 Commencement

Six hundred ninety-one candidates for graduation crossed the stage to receive their degrees during Jacksonville State University’s Spring 2012 Commencement exercises at JSU Stadium on Friday, May 4, 2012.
 
MFA Candidates Present Research at UCDA Conference

Dr. Jinsook Kim, Associate Professor of Graphic Design, led a graduate class in a service learning project with the Spirit of Anniston. They are working on the Anniston Civil Rights and Heritage Trail Map. Their poster presentation was accepted at the national UCDA Design Educator's Conference held at Virginia Tech.
 

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