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Dr. Mark Milliron to Keynote CORE Academy June 4-6 at JSU

More than 250 teachers, faculty and administrators will visit the Jacksonville State University campus on June 4 - 6, 2013 as attendees of the CORE Academy.

 
JSU's John Carrasquillo Receives Scholarship Grant from the Department of Defense and National Security Agency

The Department of Defense (DOD)/National Security Agency (NSA), through its Information Assurance Scholarship Program (IASP), has awarded Jacksonville State University a scholarship designated for John Carrasquillo...
 
New Banner Finance User Training June 6

New Banner Finance User Training will be held on June 6 from 2:30 - 4 p.m. in room 241 in Self Hall.
 
Elliott Awarded Scholarship for Broadcast Communications

Scott Elliott, a Pell City High School graduate and broadcast student at Jacksonville State University (JSU), was recently awarded a $3,000 scholarship from the Alabama Broadcasters Association (ABA).
 
Now That's Entertainment! NEAEI to Sponsor Film Week, High School Students to Learn Film Business, Technology from Pros

The Northeast Alabama Entertainment Initiative today announced a brand new summer event aimed at high school students and others interested in filmmaking. High school juniors, sophomores and graduating seniors are invited to attend the Northeast Alabama Film Business and Technology Camp to be held at Longleaf Studios in Jacksonville June 17-21.
 
Marching Ballerinas Sell T-Shirts for Fundraiser

The JSU's Marching Ballerinas are selling t-shirts through June 12 to raise funds for uniforms and other costs.
 
Print Shop Access May Be Limited Due to Floor Maintenance

The Physical Plant will wax the first floor and Print Shop area of the Theron Montgomery Building this Wednesday-Friday, June 5-7.
 
JSU’s Xavier Francia awarded summer scholarship for cyber security program

The Center for Trustworthy Cyber Infrastructure for the Power Grid (TCIPG) has awarded Mr. Xavier Francia a scholarship to attend the summer school for cyber infrastructure security and resiliency in St. Charles, IL.
 
JSU Women's Individual Basketball Camp Cancelled; Team Camps Will be June 14, 21

The JSU Women's Basketball “Kids Camp” or “Individual Camp” scheduled for June 10-13 (Mon-Thurs – both sessions) is cancelled. However, the TEAM CAMPS scheduled for June 14 and 21 are still on.
 
June 11 Banner Training- Travel Revisited

The Office of Controller and Office of Purchasing will hold the June Banner Finance Training, Tuesday, June 11, 2013 from 2:30 – 4:00 p.m. in the Instructional Lab located in the basement of the library.
 
Fulbright Scholar, Dr. Aaron Garrett, on Latvia and mousetraps

Dr. Aaron Garrett, associate professor in MCIS, to teach in Latvia during fall 2013 as part of his Fulbright award.
 
Southern Playwright Contest Winner "A Tennessee Walk" Opens June 20 at Stone Center

There's a skeleton in a train yard in east Tennessee. In September 1916, Erwin, TN became the center of media attention as they executed a circus elephant named Mary for the murder of one of her trainers. 2,500 people turned out to watch them hang Mary from a derrick car. Bobbi Coleman was there. And she has a story to tell that has never been told.
 
Increase Constant Contact skills at June 19 boot camp

Want to increase your Constant Contact skills? Constant Contact is bringing their successful email marketing boot camp to Anniston this Wed., Jun. 19. JSU’s Office of Continuing Education is hosting them in Room 2102 of the JSU McClellan Center.
 
Bonds, DaSilva are JSU Employees of the Month for May and June 2013

Congratulations to Allen Bonds, Jacksonville State University's Employee of the Month for May 2013, and Denise DaSilva, JSU's Employee of the Month for June 2013.
 
JSU E-mail Outage

The JSU E-mail System (GEM) will be down today (6/17/2013) after 4:30 to accommodate software upgrades.
 
Traffic, Pedestrian Patterns Could Be Altered Due to Summer Construction Projects

Below are Google Earth images that indicate areas on the JSU campus (highlighted red polygons) that have scheduled construction commencing as soon as Monday, June 24. All projects on this list are scheduled to be completed by the fall semester except for project number 6, the Hammond Hall restroom addition, which could take longer. Please be aware that traffic and pedestrian patterns will be altered during construction.
 
TIAA-CREF individual consultant on site June 26 & 27 to conduct individual counseling sessions

A TIAA-CREF individual consultant will be on site in Bibb Graves on Jun. 26 and 27 to conduct individual counseling sessions.
 
Learn to Make Movie Magic- Scholarships Available for NEAEI Summer Study Tour to Baton Rouge

If you would like to study and experience the entertainment industry in one of the world's top film producing cities, apply for this exciting new scholarship. Offered through the Northeast Alabama Entertainment Initiative (NEAEI), the scholarship will provide six JSU students with financial support for the class and 5-day travel. The class begins July 2 and the trip dates are July 22-26, 2014.
 
Flash Forward- New Jacksonville Studio will Propel State Film Industry

Can you imagine box office celebrities in your neighborhood? Some may say it is crazy. But Pete Conroy, director of JSU's EPIC, Field Schools and Canyon Center and chairman of the new NE Alabama Entertainment Initiative, thinks Jacksonville could become a little Hollywood, especially through partnerships with producers, directors and film centers like Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
 
Presentation by College of Nursing Dean Candidate Dr. Christie Shelton on July 1

Dr. Christie Shelton, candidate for the position of Dean of the College of Nursing, will make a presentation on Monday, July 1, 2013, in Wallace Hall Auditorium. The 30-minute presentation will begin at 2:30 p.m. with a Q&A session to follow. This presentation is open to all interested parties.
 
JSU Alumnus Selected as 2013 American Truck Dealer of the Year

JSU Graduate Drew Linn, president of Birmingham-based Southland International Trucks, was selected as the 2013 American Truck Dealer of the Year...
 
Dr. Pugliese to Assume the Position of Chair for the Alabama Council of Graduate Deans

On October 1, 2013, Dr. Jean M. Pugliese, Associate Dean for the College of Graduate Studies, will assume the position of Chair for the Alabama Council of Graduate Deans...
 
July Banner Finance Training

The Office of Controller and Office of Purchasing will offer "Preparing for Year End" on July 10 and New Banner Finance Training on July 11.
 
Town and Gown: "Joy Comes in the Morning"

After the adoption of their son, Craig Kelly, JSU alumni David ’00 and Jennifer Kelly ’11/’12 felt that it was time for them to adopt again and had been on the path to adopt for about two years before they met the child for them...
 

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