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Schreibstuck

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The ASU School of Dance presents Schreibstuck, April 1-3, a score by Thomas Lehmen, performed at the Phoenix Little Theater as part of the PHX Fringe 2011.

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2011

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The Moving Picture: ASU Dance in Concert '97 (April 23)

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The ASU School of Dance presents The Moving Picture, April 23, with works by dance faculty, alumni, graduate, undergraduate, and visiting artists performed at Gammage Auditorium.

A recording of dances performed at a rehearsal performance on April 23, 1997. A fixed

The ASU School of Dance presents The Moving Picture, April 23, with works by dance faculty, alumni, graduate, undergraduate, and visiting artists performed at Gammage Auditorium.

A recording of dances performed at a rehearsal performance on April 23, 1997. A fixed position camera shot of the entire stage was used for the recording.

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1997

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ASU Dance Theatre Dance Concert

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The ASU School of Dance presents the ASU Dance Theatre Dance Concert, April 28-29, with works by dance alumni, faculty, and visiting artists performed at Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium.

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1978

McNeill, Connie

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Connie McNeill came to ASU in the summer of 1976 as head of the payroll project and retired in the summer of 2006 as the West Campus Assistant Vice Provost for Information Technology. Interesting stories include:
1) her role in

Connie McNeill came to ASU in the summer of 1976 as head of the payroll project and retired in the summer of 2006 as the West Campus Assistant Vice Provost for Information Technology. Interesting stories include:
1) her role in developing both academic and administrative computing services on the Tempe and West Campuses
2) bringing PC’s onto the Tempe Campus
3) the “Space Wars”
4) short stories about Roland Haden and Darel Eschbach

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2012-02-29

Kingsinger, Jack

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A native of Akron, Ohio, Jack Kingsinger started his career fresh out of high school as a navigator in the Air Force toward the end of World War II. When the war ended, he pursued a double major Bachelors degree

A native of Akron, Ohio, Jack Kingsinger started his career fresh out of high school as a navigator in the Air Force toward the end of World War II. When the war ended, he pursued a double major Bachelors degree in Chemistry and Mathematics at Hiram College in Hiram, Ohio. He then went on to get a Masters degree in Chemistry from Cornell University. While working in private industry, he took advantage of the education benefits offered by the company he was working at and worked at getting his PhD in Chemistry from Penn. Academia was calling him, so he joined the faculty in the Chemistry Department at Michigan State. He later became the Chair of the department before leaving to become the Director of Chemistry at the National Science Foundation. He returned to Michigan State as the Assistant VP of Research which led to becoming the Associate Provost.

His journey to Arizona State University was actually initiated on a trip he made to visit the Chemistry Department as part of his role with the NSF. He was very impressed with the campus and when the position of Vice President of Academic Affairs opened up, he was quick to pursue it. He was hired by then President J. Russell Nelson and worked on many initiatives until his retirement.

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2009-12-04