Arkansas State University’s Homecoming Week 2020, with a theme of “Howling Twenties,” begins Sunday, Sept. 20, with a week of special activities, all planned in accordance with current health and safety standards.
AState is making sure educators aren’t alone in the unusual settings created by a global pandemic.
New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine has reached an agreement with the Arkansas State University System to conduct COVID-19 contact tracing for each of the system’s campus locations across the state.
Arkansas State University System institutions now require everyone on campuses to wear face coverings in all indoor and outdoor settings where physical distancing of six feet or more cannot be maintained as a key preventative measure in the COVID-19 pandemic.
The first phase of a high-tech agricultural research project has begun, with an Arkansas State University faculty member as principal investigator.
According to research from the National Headache Foundation, roughly one out of every six Americans are affected by headaches. There is no absolute cure for migraines, which stresses the importance of developing effective ways to address the painful neurological episodes. Xie will work closely with Regina Fleming, D.O., chair of the NYITCOM at A-State Department of OMM, and NYITCOM medical students will be actively involved in the project.
St. Bernards will again offer free, comprehensive student-athlete pre-participation evaluations for area high school students on August 1 at First National Bank Arena after delaying the examinations due to COVID-19.
The Johnny Cash Heritage Festival is cancelled for 2020, director of Arkansas State University’s Heritage Sites Dr. Adam Long announced this week.
Bidewell recently donated stock valued at more than $100,000 to the ASU Foundation Inc.