Remember: ASU applications are due this Friday, May 22nd.
Applications should be sent to the group by 11:59PM.
Open positions include:
Activities Chair (planning, organizing, and executing activities)
Education Chair (conducting educational programs on the behalf of the ASU)
Public Relations Chair (disseminating information regarding events [co-]hosted by ASU)
Resumes are optional but greatly encouraged.
Lee, who will be teaching an Asian American literature and drama course next semester (AAS 4311), is credited with being a founding member of our Asian American Studies Program.
"Jo captures the very best of what graduate education should be," a student told the U's Alumni Association. "She is a gifted scholar, the staunchest of supporters, and the wisest of leaders. Her students are lucky to have her and she is a model for what I hope to achieve in my own career."
The Oscar-winning film Slumdog Millionaire is playing all weekend at the Coffman Theater.
No, not that cube!
That's where the Korean Student Association will be hosting its Finals Study Night, starting at 7PM this evening.
Swing through. Because misery likes company ;)
The votes are in. And the winners are:
President: Nandini DasGupta
Vice President: Rani Thomas
Treasurer: Shishira Kothur
Secretary: Iaswarya Ganapathiraju
Public Relations Chair: Harsh Garg
Public Relations Chair: Lonnie Hofmann
Activities Chair: Komail Lakha
Activities Chair: Avanthi Tiruvadi
Cultural Chair: Vaibhav Vij
Outreach Chair: Yashkumarie Premsukh
Outreach Chair: Ranju Ganesh
Webmaster: Ani Krishna
Congratulations to the new ISA Board!
Best-selling author and journalist Simon Winchester will visit the Coffman Bookstore on Monday, May 4 at 7PM to discuss his book The Man Who Loved China: The Fantastic Story of the Eccentric Scientist Who Unlocked the Mysteries of the Middle Kingdom
Call the store at (612) 626-0559 or e-mail with questions.
Need a study-break?
Head down to the Weisman Museum to check out the current exhibit featuring work by Vietnamese artists.
'Changing Identity: Recent Works by Women Artists from Vietnam is the first major U.S. touring exhibition to feature Vietnamese women artists. The exhibition explores the roles of women in Vietnamese society and challenges the stereotypes they face. By tracing the trajectories and life stories of ten artists working in a variety of media-painting, ink drawing, video performance, photography, and multimedia installations-Changing Identity reveals these women in their historical and social contexts as artists, as Vietnamese, and as individuals.'
The exhibit runs through May 24.
Homayoun Shajarian and the Dastan Ensemble are headed to the Twin Cities!
Friday, May 15th, 2009
7:30 to 10:00 pm
Ted Mann Concert Hall
2128 Fourth Street South
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Limited tickets available at Caspian Bistro restaurant.