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Travel to Arkansas With the Gamecocks This Fall

Travel with the Gamecocks this fall as we take on the Arkansas Razorbacks on September 1.

 
Stellar Musician Neil Rutman to Present Concert as Part of AMTA Conference

Jacksonville State University is the proud host of the 60th Annual State Conference of the Alabama Music Teachers Association. Friday, June 8 at 7:30 p.m., guest artist Neil Rutman will give a public concert as part of the Conference.
 
Chamber Recital Set for Sunday, June 10 at Mason Hall

There will be an afternoon chamber recital in the Performance Center of Mason Hall on Sunday, June 10 at 3 p.m.
 
New Required Introductory Course for First-Year, Transfer Students

Beginning this fall, all JSU first-year students and transfer students with fewer than 24 earned hours will be required to take STU 101: First-Year Experience. This introductory course to JSU is a non credit hour course that will meet once per week during the fall semester.
 
Wild Wednesday for June 6- Hissssss and Slither

Bring the kids and learn about our snake friends! This free event for kids of all ages will be Wednesday, June 6 from 10 a.m. - noon at the Coleman Lake picnic pavilion.
 
Past President of JSU Alumni Board Emily Sides Bonds Named to 2012 Edition of "Alabama Super Lawyers"

Alabama Super Lawyers is an annual publication produced by Law & Politics magazine and serves to identify attorneys reaching high levels of peer recognition and professional achievement. Attorneys in Alabama Super Lawyers are selected through a multi-step selection process that begins with a statewide survey of attorneys.
 
Jacksonville State University Announces President's, Deans' Lists for Spring 2012

Jacksonville State University announces the following students were added to the President's and Deans' Lists for Spring 2012. To be named to the President's List, a student must earn a perfect 4.0 grade point average, or all A's. Students earning all A's and B's are named to the Deans' List.
 
Two from Jacksonville State University Competing for Miss Alabama Crown

Two Jacksonville State University co-eds are representing the University this week at the Miss Alabama Pageant, which will culminate on Saturday, June 9 at Samford University's Wright Center.
 
Kathy Matthews is June Employee of the Month

Ms. Matthews is the Secretary in the Department of Technology and Engineering.
 
Summer Film Scholarships Include Travel, Real Industry Experience

The deadline is quickly approaching for an exciting opportunity for six JSU students to study and experience the entertainment industry in one of the world's top film producing cities this summer.
 
JSU Drama Presents 'Dead Towns of Alabama' June 20-24

This show was written by Barry Bradford and is the winner of the 2011 Southern Playwright's Competition.
 
Blackboard Connect Upgrade Allows Users to Personalize Messaging Preferences

Define your preferences for receiving only emergency communications, emergency and outreach notifications, and even define which methods should be used to deliver each type of message to you – SMS, phone, email (JSU or non-JSU), or any combination that you choose.
 
WLJS' 'Late Nite with Ed Moore III' to Launch Third Season with Sept. 11 Tribute Show

WLJS’ Ed Moore III has confirmed that "Late Nite With Ed Moore III" will dedicate its September 7th third season premiere to the heroes and victims of the September 11th, 2001 terrorist attacks.
 
First Little River Canyon Half Marathon Set for Saturday, October 13

Possibly one of the most scenic half marathons in the country, the certified course loops 13.1 miles on paved roads, starting and ending at the Little River Canyon Center.
 
Donations Sought for wounded warrior, former JSU student Marine Sgt. Ben Tomlinson

A Marine combat veteran, now paralyzed from the chest down after being wounded by enemy fire in Afghanistan, is recovering and rehabilitating here in a home that sits across the street from the football field where he competed and excelled as a high school athlete.
 
New Nooks Help Houston Cole Librarians Assist Patrons On the Move

The tablets provided by the Division of Information Technology help patrons who are unable to gain access to the limited desktop computers, by using the mobile tablet to search the library catalog for books and reference materials.
 
Meehan, Sudduth to be Honored at New Alabama Voters League Banquet

JSU President Dr. William Meehan and Sandra Sudduth, emeritus faculty member at JSU, are among eleven who will be honored at the New Alabama Voters League on Friday, June 22 in Oxford.
 
June 29 Scheduled Power Outage in Ramona Wood Building, Pannell Hall

Power will be turned off at approximately 7:30 am and should be cut back on by 4:30 pm. This outage is necessary for the safety of the roofing contractors re-roofing Pannell Hall.
 
JSU Writing Project Receives $20,000 in Funding

The JSU Writing Project has provided professional development opportunities and leadership training for local teachers during the past 25 years.
 
Biology Department Applauds Alumni Success

The JSU Biology Department is pleased to announce the success of some of our former graduates. These students have completed significant post-baccalaureate degrees.
 
Cornell University Certifies Renee Morrison in Measuring Environmental Education Outcomes

This 12-week professional development course focused on identifying individual, community, and ecosystem outcomes of EE and exploring quantitative measures of outcomes such as environmental behaviors, sense of place, and connectedness to nature and science.
 
Twelve Campus Buildings Will Have Planned Power Outages Late Friday Through Saturday, June 29-30

A power outage will occur Friday afternoon (June 29) at the close of business (4:30 pm) and power will remain off until work is completed on Saturday for some JSU buildings.
 
July 11 Banner Finance Training- University Owned Equipment

The Office of Controller and Office of Purchasing will hold the July Banner Finance Training, Wednesday, July 11, 2012 from 2:30-4:00 p.m. in 355 Ayers Hall.
 
EVENT CANCELLATION- US Patent and Trademark Office Conducting Interviews

Yearning for a job that harnesses the power of innovation, yet provides work and life balance? As a Patent Examiner with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, you'll be working with the largest Intellectual Property Rights entity in the nation.
 
JSU Business Professor Appears on PBS' Frontline

Frontline spent 11 hours in Anniston filming the episode entitled "Dollars for Dentists," which includes an interview with Jeffrey A. Parker, JSU Executive in Residence.
 
Counseling for Prospective, Existing Small Businesses in July

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 July.
 
JSU Freshman Orientation Underway

Jacksonville State University welcomes incoming freshmen at Gamecock Orientation during the months of June and July. This year's theme is "JSU... Where Everyone is a Star"
 
SGA Sponsoring Battle of the Bands

Audition at the Battle of the Bands for the chance to play at the tailgate before the football game on October 20, 2012.
 
Power Disruption to Air Conditioning System on June 15

On Friday, June 15, 2012, Acker Electric will perform testing and repairs on the University's electrical substation.
 

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