March 27, 2006
* Powering Minds: Monday, 11 a.m., west side of Wilson Hall.
* Powering Minds, murals exhibit opening,
Tuesday, 4 p.m., Student Union Wigwam Dining Hall
Multicultural Week, Tuesday - Thursday
Handbell Ensemble, Tuesday
Career Development Day,
* Brown Bag Lecture, 2 p.m., Wednesday, Wilson Hall
Symposium, Thursday through Saturday
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Powering Minds: announcement today
promised last week, those returning to campus following the spring
break have been greeted by
colorful changes, both outdoors and in.
Today at 11 a.m., details about Powering Minds -- how it came
about and what it means -- will be announced. After comments
by Dr. Les Wyatt, president, perspectives will be offered from the
academic community by Dr. Len Frey, dean, College of Business, and
from the student body by Candace Martin, president of the Student
Government Association. So, what is Powering Minds? An
advance news release about Powering
Minds is posted for the university community, along with an
explanation of how a stone carving on
ASU's 1930s-era Wilson Hall became central to a 21st century
message. Congratulations are in order to the Enrollment Management
Committee and subcommittees, along with the university departments
and staff members who have worked hard to implement Powering Minds
at ASU-Jonesboro. Everyone is welcome to attend the
announcement event on the west side of Wilson Hall.
today for nominations
Today is the
deadline to submit nominations for Diversity Excellence Awards for
individual faculty members, faculty groups, academic departments, or
academic units that demonstrate the highest commitment to enhancing
excellence through diversity. The recipient will receive an engraved
plaque and an honorarium at the Diversity Excellence Awards Luncheon
during Convocation of Scholars Week. More information may be found on the Diversity
web site or by contacting Dr. Glen Jones at email@example.com.
Award winner to speak at Blues event
Plumpp and novelist/nonfiction writer Tom Piazza, a Grammy Award
winner, will be featured
creative writers at Delta Blues Symposium XII: Delta Diversity,
sponsored by the Department of English and Philosophy on Friday,
March 31. They will read from their work at 7:30 p.m. in the Grand
Hall of Fowler Center. The reading, like all Symposium events, is
free and open to the public. For more details, see the
Kays Foundation Open House
The Kays Foundation will host
an Open House from 2 - 4 p.m. on Sunday, April 2, in the new
offices, 1212 East University Loop. Everyone is invited and welcome
Classical guitarist Antigoni Goni here April 5
guitarist Antigoni Goni
will perform at
7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 5, in the Student Union, Auditorium.
The Greek-born guitarist has enjoyed a truly international career. She
has performed extensively in Europe, Russia, Canada, the Far East and
the United States. She regularly performs in concert
halls such as the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the Weill Recital Hall
in Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall and the Juilliard Theater in New
York City, Spivey Hall in Atlanta, Benaroya Hall in Seattle, Herbst
Theatre in San Francisco, the Covent Garden in London, Gasteig Hall
in Munich, the Athens Megaron, the Cappella Sale in St. Petersburg
and the Bolshoi Theater.
This Lecture~Concert event is free and open to the public.
For more details, see the NewsPage.
Brown Bag Lecture is Wednesday
The College of Humanities and
Social Science will host the third 2006 Brown Bag Lecture Series
Wednesday at 2 p.m. in room 216 of Wilson Hall. The lecture,
Racial Bias in the Justice System, will be presented by Dr.
Doris Chu, Dr. Ellen Lemley and Dr. Greg Russell,
all of Criminology. The next Brown Bag Lecture will be Wednesday,
April 12, with Dr. Gretchen Hill and Dr. Chris Wienke,
both of Sociology, presenting a lecture titled Do Coupled Gays
and Lesbians Differ From Married Heterosexuals? Relationship Status,
Sexual Orientation and the Well-Being of Men and Women.
ASU Orchestra in concert April
The Department of Music will
present the ASU Orchestra in concert on Tuesday, April 4, at 7:30
p.m. in Riceland Hall of Fowler Center. The ASU Orchestra is
conducted by Dr. Neale Bartee. Musical selections for this concert
will include Introduction to Act III from Lohengrin by
Richard Wagner; and three pieces from Schindlerís List, including
Theme from Schindlerís List, Jewish Town, and
Remembrances, by John Williams with violin soloist Kate Ryan. The concert is free and open to the public.
For more program details, see the NewsPage.
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