Archives for September 2013

Fall 2013 Dinner Series Begins October 3

The fall 2013 dinner series hosted by the Arkansas Tech University Department of Parks, Recreation and Hospitality Administration will begin on Thursday, Oct. 3, at Williamson Hall Dining Room.

Reserved seating times are available from 6-7 p.m. Members of the Arkansas Tech campus community and residents of the surrounding area are invited to attend.

Cost for the Oct. 3 meal will be $15.95 per person (plus tax) or $30 (plus tax) for two people. All gratuities are invested in the Walters-Williams Scholarship.

Reservations may be made by calling (479) 968-0378 or by sending e-mail to bharalson@atu.edu.

Below is the menu for the Thursday, Oct. 3, dinner at Williamson Hall:

Salad
House Garden Salad (Fresh Garden Salad with Lettuce, Black Olives, Red Onion, Roma Tomato, Croutons, and Parmesan Cheese Served with Ranch Dressing)

Entrée
Grilled Pork Fillet with Red Wine Gorgonzola Sauce (Herb-Seasoned Grilled Pork Fillet Topped with a Red Wine Gorgonzola Cheese Sauce; Served with Garlic Mashed Potatoes and Grilled Asparagus)
Or
Cheese Ravioli with Grilled Chicken (Cheese-Filled Ravioli in a Creamy Spinach Sauce Served with Grilled Chicken and Garlic Bread)

Dessert
Maple Bacon Creme Brulee (Maple Flavored Classic Custard with a Crisp Caramelized Sugar Topping and Maple Candied Bacon)

Tech Students Attend Enactus Summit

Arkansas Tech University College of Business students Sarah Casey and Kayla Potts had the opportunity to learn more about their chosen profession earlier this month at the Enactus Northwest Arkansas Partner Summit.

The students, both members of Enactus at Arkansas Tech, were selected to be among 45 students to attend the summit and receive a status update on the Enactus organization, meet with industry executives and take part in several networking opportunities.

“The Enactus Northwest Arkansas Partner Summit was a wonderful opportunity to network with business professionals,” said Sarah Casey.  “I enjoyed learning about the retail industry and all the opportunities that are available for college students. It was a great way to represent my Enactus team, as well as my university.”

Enactus is a non-profit organization with hundreds of chapters on college campuses throughout the world.  Its goal is to create a more sustainable world through the positive power of business.

Enactus is a student organization in the Arkansas Tech University College of Business.

 

Instagram Contest Winner Announced

Arkansas Tech University fans have selected Kayla Cook’s photo (shown) as the winning display of Tech spirit in the Instagram photo contest.

Earlier this month, fans had the opportunity to tag their Instagram photos with #ATUSpirit in order to be entered to win a $50 giftcard to the Arkansas Tech University bookstore.

From the submitted photos, a team of judges selected the five finalist images.

Cook’s photo emerged as the top finalist image after garnering nearly 200 votes.

Homecoming Paperwork Due Tuesday

Time is running out for Tech student organizations wishing to take part in the various Homecoming 2013 festivities.  The deadline to turn in homecoming paperwork is Tuesday.

Registered student organizations are able to participate in several homecoming activities including:

  • Pep rally spirit competition
  • Sign competition – $10
  • Homecoming queen nomination – $25
  • Homecoming parade float

In order to take part in the events, student organizations should submit the appropriate paperwork on theLink.

Homecoming 2013 festivities will take place Monday, October 21 – Saturday, October 26.

Be sure to log back on ArkansasTechNews.com for more information regarding Homecoming 2013.

Norman Career Services Hosts Workshop

Students considering an internship as part of their academic experience will be able to learn more about them during a workshop offered by Norman Career Services.

Norman Career Services will provide two sessions on internships this week to help students understand how internships work.

The sessions will be offered Wednesday at 3 p.m. and Thursday at 5 p.m.  Both sessions will take place in Room 242 of the Doc Bryan Student Services Building, and the workshops are expected to last approximately one hour.

Some of the topics to be discussed in the workshops include the advantages of having an internship, the different types of internships, how to search for internships and the application process for internships

All Tech students are invited to attend the workshops.

Learn more by visiting the Norman Career Services website.