July 2014 Archives

  • Longtime counselor Diana Arms retires

    July 31, 2014
    If you happen to see a roadside vegetable stand this summer in Conway that is donating its proceeds to ASMSA, don’t be surprised if you see Diana Arms hawking the extra tomatoes and other vegetables ... More
  • Computer science instructor inducted into Arkansas Academy of Computing

    July 31, 2014
    When ASMSA computer science instructor Carl Frank received his invitation to be inducted into the Arkansas Academy of Computing, he wasn’t sure if he would be able to accept.    The ... More
  • Math instructor Bruce Turkal retires

    July 31, 2014
    Mechanical engineer. Fireman. Riverboat worker.    Each is a job Bruce Turkal has held at sometime during his life. Each position has offered him a different adventure.    For ... More
  • ASMSA baker puts skills to work for wonderful creations

    July 31, 2014
    One day, Teresa Hall was standing in line at a grocery store waiting to check out. In front of her was a couple speaking to each other.   “They said ‘It smells like birthday cake,’ ... More
  • Alumni: Share your stories with us

    July 31, 2014
       Prominently displayed on one of the walls of the Administration Building’s lobby is an exhibit we call Dolphin Echoes. It features photos and brief bios of a few of our more than ... More
  • Students spend Spring Break as volunteers

    July 31, 2014
    Spring Break — two words that when put together may bring many images to mind. Perhaps it’s the sun reflecting off the water during a trip to a local lake or to the beach. Maybe it’s ... More
  • Student volunteers for Thailand trip

    July 31, 2014
       As a student at Lee University in Cleveland, Tenn., this fall, Meagan Brazier (’14) plans to study anthropology, the study of humans, including their cultural characteristics, customs ... More
  • Dr. Jon Ruehle on sculpting art, molding minds

    July 31, 2014
    Is Jon Ruehle a scientist doing art, an artist doing science or someone doing both?   The question leads off Ruehle’s biography on the ASMSA website. Ruehle’s primary job at ASMSA ... More
  • Alumnus develops easy-to-use UAVs

    July 31, 2014
        Sergei Lupashin (’01) has what some may consider an unusual use for a retractable dog leash.    There’s no puppy to be found on the end of the leash. What ... More
  • Student-created app tracks smartphone

    July 31, 2014
          How often do you misplace your phone? For some people, that may never happen considering how often they are texting, checking email, tweeting, taking a selfie or maybe — ... More

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