ASU Professor in medieval studies speaks Thursday to Kiwanis Club of Tempe

ASU has one of the premier programs in Medieval and Renaissance studies. The program is led by Robert E. Bjork, an internationally acclaimed professor. Dr. Bjork is Foundation Professor of English at Arizona State University, where he has taught since 1983 and where he has been director of the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (ACMRS) since 1994. He earned his B.A. from Pomona College in 1971, his M.A. from UCLA in 1974 and his Ph.D. in 1979, also from UCLA. Dr. Bjork was named Foundation Professor of English in 2009. His primary research areas are Old English poetry, modern Swedish literature, and biomedical writing. He has published 17 books and 25 peer-reviewed articles. He will bring us pertinent information about the influence and meaning of the era in the modern world.

Club meets noon Feb. 20 at Shalimar Country Club, 2030 E. Golf Avenue, on Country Club Way north of Southern Ave. Tempe.  Meal is $14. Public is welcome.



ASU graduate student asks for participation in survey

My name is Banel Bucknor and I am a graduate student at ASU School of Design. I am conducting a survey on the views of the accessibility on the current City of Tempe website.

The project adapts the City of Tempe current website (infinix hot 4 sim slot) as a case study on how web accessibility is important to its’ audience especially the 65 and older users. The survey takes about 5 minutes and at the end there is an option for further participation in the research. This only applies to the 65 and older users.

Link to the survey:

For further questions please contact: or 480.343.3504

Thank you,

Banel Bucknor