The new century is proving to be an exciting time in the life of Arkansas StateFor many years, "Clyde" has stood watch over the students on the Jonesboro campus. Clyde now resides in the newly completed Student Union. University.

    Major gifts, given by foundations, families and individuals, have played a principal role in the history and development of the university. Just a few examples include Fowler Center, the Dean B. Ellis Library Carillon, the Judd Hill Chair of Environmental Biology and many others.

    A number of specific giving opportunities exist on the Arkansas State campus and can be gifted in honor or memory of a friend, colleague or loved one. A few of these opportunities are detailed on this page.

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 Untitled, by Koichi Yamamoto, is a part of Arkansas State Unversity's permanent collection through the Delta National Small Prints Exhibition Lina L. and Steve Owens Purchase Award.The Delta National Small Prints Exhibition has been a thrilling component of the arts throughout the region for the last 11 years. Founded by renowned print maker Evan Lindquist, the event has become one of Arkansas State's most prestigious events. Print makers from across the U.S. and many foreign countries submit works, which are judged by a professional juror, who decides what works will be shown, as well as which works will stay in the university's permanent collection. There are many giving opportunities for the Delta National Small Prints Exhibition: benefactor-$1,000; patron-$500; sponsor-$250; donor-under $250. Benefactors and patrons receive Purchase Awards for their gifts, and the named print will stay in the ASU permanent collection. For more information about supporting the Delta National Small Prints Exhibition, click here

 

A new College of Business is needed to meet the increasing number of students pursuing bachelor and graduate degree programs, and to meet the needs of professional businesses and industries across the country. With a great capacity for outreach, the new college will additionally serve the region through the Delta Center for Economic Development, the Delta Center for Entrepreneurial and Family Business Studies, the Small Business Development Center and the Transportation Management Center. For more information about this exciting giving opportunity, click here.

 

Endowed faculty positions are at the heart of teaching and learning at Arkansas State University. These prestigious positions allow the university to recruit and retain the best faculty in the country, and to expose students to the most dynamic teaching and research opportunities available. Beyond the classroom and laboratory, endowed fellowships, professorships and chairs encourage ongoing and valuable research in academics, medicine, business, economics, arts and many other disciplines. Additionally, endowed faculty positions are often used as a means to memorialize or honor special persons or causes. For more information on establishing a faculty position, click here.

 

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