Diversity Week: today through Friday
This week is "Celebrating
Diversity Week" with events planned all across campus. It
officially kicks off today with a Celebrating Diversity Booth from 11
a.m. until 2 p.m. in the Reng Center. Tomorrow is the Celebrating
Diversity Luncheon at Baptist Collegiate Ministry with Dr. Lonnie
Williams, ASU's associate vice chancellor for student affairs, speaking
at noon. For the rest of the week's events, see Celebrating
Rhythm and Brass at Fowler
Center on Saturday
and Brass will bring their dynamic performance style to the stage in Riceland Hall of the Fowler
Center on Saturday, April 3, at 7:30 p.m. Rhythm
and Brass offer a wide cross section of American music – from Duke
Ellington and Pink Floyd to Hank Williams and Bob Marley with a little Bach,
Ralph Vaughan Williams, and Schastakovitch.
Tickets for the concert are $18 and $14 for ASU faculty and staff. ASU students
receive a special rate of $9 and $6. Tickets may be purchased by calling
972-2781 or online at http://tickets.astate.edu.
Music Department concerts this
ASU Horn Ensemble and the ASU Tuba & Euphonium Ensemble will present
a joint spring semester concert tonight at 7:30 p.m. in Riceland Hall of Fowler Center.
ASU Guitar Ensemble will hold a concert Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts Recital Hall.
** A faculty recital featuring Matthew Carey, Joy Fiala and Julia
Lansford, Ken Hatch and Dr. J.D. Kelly, will be Thursday
at 7:30 p.m. in Riceland Hall of Fowler Center. Matthew Carey,
assistant professor of voice at ASU, will be accompanied at the piano by
Joy Fiala, instructor of music at ASU. The program will begin with six songs by Charles
Ives, all based on religious text or hymn tunes followed by four
spirituals arranged by Mark Hayes. Julia
Lansford, soprano, J.D. Kelly, piano, and Ken Hatch, clarinet, will
perform “Soul and Fire” by Jeffrey Hoover.
** Guest pianist, Michael Gurt, will be in concert on Friday, April 2, at
7:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts Recital Hall.
For two selections following intermission, he will be joined by Dr.
Lauren Schack Clark, assistant professor of music at ASU, on
Greenfield Lecture to feature photographer
The inaugural Corinne Sternheimer Greenfield
Lecture will be presented at ASU on Sunday, April 4.
Sponsored by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, the event will begin at 2 p.m. in the auditorium of the Convocation
Center. The lecture, "Eyes on Our History," will feature the
famed photojournalist Ernest C. Withers of Memphis.
Withers will discuss his images of black baseball, the civil
rights movement, and the Memphis music scene. April 4 is the 36th
anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in
Memphis. For more, read on the NewsPage.
Students offer 'Prescription for Success,' on April 7
student chapters of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSSA) and
the Advertising Federation (Ad Fed), are hosting "PRescription for
Success" featuring Leil Lowndes on Wednesday, April 7, at noon at
the St. Bernards Auditorium. The cost is $15 (lunch provided by Corky's
BBQ). Lowndes is the best selling author of "How to Talk to Anybody
About Anything." For more information, please call Lisa Moskal at
972-3076. If you are interested in attending, please RSVP to
the ASU Family: Santa's Tribe
remember that Santa's Tribe, the benevolent group of ASU employees, is available for assistance throughout the
year. If you know of an ASU family in need, please don't hesitate to
contact one of the following members of Santa's Tribe: Tami Watlington
at 3454; Lee Ann Harmon at 3454; Polly Cronos at 2024; or Vicki Walker
at 3876. Last Christmas, Santa's Tribe assisted 12 families.
Six departments made a special commitment by "adopting" a family.
Individuals who wish to support the group's mission financially can do
so any time by making a donation to the Santa Tribe Foundation Account
(ASU Foundation, Admin. Bldg., Room 124B).
College of Business Alumni Chapter golf tournament
On Friday, April 23, at
Sage Meadows Golf Course, the College of Business Alumni Chapter Chapter
will host their annual "Spring Swing" golf tournament and
luncheon. Lunch will begin at 11:15 a.m. provided by Outback
Steakhouse with ASU Baseball Coach Keith Kessinger speaking. A shotgun
start for the four-person scramble will be at 12:30 p.m. Golfers
will have the opportunity to win prizes including a chance for a
hole-in-one, a $100,000 "shoot off" and an SUV.
Anyone interested in entering the tournament or helping with a
sponsorship should contact Alan Decker at 910-8180 or via email at email@example.com.
The cost is $100 per person. Proceeds benefit the ASU College of
Business student scholarships.
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