Feb. 18, 2004 Vol. 56, No. 25 CALENDAR OF EVENTS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18 • Faculty Senate, Levitt Hall, 3:30 p.m. • Speech: “Feminisms and their Discontents: the Criminalization of Wartime Rapes in Bosnia ” by Karen Engle, Bulldog Theater, 7 p.m. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19 • Diversity Awareness Session, Levitt Hall, 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Maxwell interviewed for Bill Moyers’ program • Drake’s Student Bar Association will host a forum to discuss the “Now with Bill Moyers,” a subpoenas and nondisclosure order Drake received in connection with a weekly news program on PBS, sent federal grand jury investigation of a camera crew to Drake last Friday antiwar activists, room 213 to tape an interview with President Cartwright Hall, 3 p.m. David Maxwell regarding the University’s response to the recent SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21 • Drake Symphony Orchestra, Jordan subpoena and nondisclosure order Stage, Sheslow Auditorium, 8 p.m. Drake received as part of federal prosecutors’ investigation of an SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22 antiwar protest. • Last day to view “Newspapers” exhibition by South African artist The program, which is sched- Siemon Allen, Anderson Gallery, uled to include Dr. Maxwell’s noon to 4 p.m. interview, can be seen on Iowa MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23 Public Television (Channel 11) at • Black History Month Movie 9 p.m. Friday, Feb. 20, and at Showcase, Bulldog Theater, 7 p.m. 9 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 22. Last week federal prosecutors TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24 withdrew subpoenas that they had • Speech by Victor Lewis, director of Max Miller of Split Image Productions adjusts his camera while the Center for Diversity Leadership, issued ordering antiwar protestors Bulldog Theater, 7 p.m. President Maxwell works at his desk. to appear before a grand jury and • Diversity Awareness Session, Levitt ordering Drake to turn over information about an week’s “Now with Bill Moyers” air at its normal Hall, 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. antiwar forum held on campus last November. A time and have the program repeated at 9 a.m. Sun- WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25 court order that barred Drake employees from day morning. Originally, IPTV planned to broadcast • Drake men’s basketball vs. Northern speaking publicly about the case also was lifted. “Now with Bill Moyers” at 12:30 a.m. Saturday be- Iowa, Knapp Center, 7:05 p.m. Drake received extensive national news cover- cause of a scheduled broadcast of “College Wres- • Michael Brustein, Levitt Hall, 1:30 to age, including two articles in The New York Times tling.” 4:30 p.m. and two articles in the online edition of The “We will delay our scheduled broadcast of ‘Col- • Public Lecture, Suzanna Sherry, Chronicle of Higher Education. President Maxwell lege Wrestling’ to allow ‘Now with Bill Moyers’ to Room 213, Cartwright Hall, 4 p.m. • Emotional Intelligence Workshop for also did an interview Friday with The Chronicle of be seen at 9 p.m., in order to provide an additional managers sponsored by the Drake Higher Education, which plans to run another ar- opportunity for Iowa viewers to see the significant Business Link, Parents Hall, Olmsted ticle in its printed edition this week. Iowa story featured on the program,” said Jennifer Center, 8:30 a.m. to noon. Drake’s Marketing and Communications Office Glover Konfrst, JO’96, GR’98, manager of public THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26 negotiated with Iowa Public television to have this relations at IPTV. • Writers and Critics Series: Novelist Robert Olen Butler will read from his Nakamatsu brings down the house at inaugural concert work and discuss writing, Bulldog Theater, 7:30 p.m. More than 800 people • “Quilters,” Hall of Performing Arts, packed Sheslow Auditorium on Harmon Fine Arts Center, 8 p.m., $7 Friday, Feb. 13, to hear interna- for the general public, $4 for students tionally renowned pianist Jon and senior citizens. Call x3841. Nakamatsu perform on Drake’s FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27 new Imperial Grand • Opening reception for the third Bösendorfer piano, which was annual Carbon exhibition, Weeks donated to the University by the Gallery, Harmon Fine Arts Center, late C. Stanley Hahn, FA’48, 5 to 7 p.m. • TalkAbout dinner and discussion for GR’48. “Quilters,” First Christian Church, To accommodate the over- 25th Street and University Avenue, flow crowd, approximately 30 6 p.m., $17, includes a ticket to the seats were set up on the stage, Friday perfomrance. Reservations where audience members en- required due to limited seating. Call x3700. joyed a close-up view of the • “Quilters,” Hall of Performing Arts, Van Cliburn International Piano 8 p.m. Competition Gold Medalist as • “The Color Museum,” Bulldog he played works by Schumann, Theater, 7 p.m. Mendelssohn and Brahms plus SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28 four encores. • “Quilters,” Hall of Performing Arts, “The excellence of Jon 8 p.m. Nakamatsu and our new • Drake men’s basketball vs. Bösendorfer piano coupled Helen Belville, Stephanie Seemuth, Hahn’s classmate Bonnie Evansville, Knapp Center, 2:05 p.m. with an enthusiastic full house McNurlen, Jon Nakamatsu and John Burney pose with the piano. • Black History Month Bowling Party. For details, call x3761. truly made it an unforgettable event,” said Misha Rosenker, assistant professor of violin and a long- University’s gratitude for Hahn’s generous gift. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29 time friend of Nakamatsu. Belville then spoke of Hahn’s lifelong love of mu- • Opening of 33rd Annual Juried At the start of the concert, a dedication ceremony sic and his prized collection of fine pianos. She quoted Student Exhibition, Anderson Gallery, reception 1 to 3 p.m. was held for the Imperial Grand Bösendorfer piano, him as saying, “It’s like trading horses. You keep trad- • Drake women’s basketball vs. which was made in Vienna, Austria, and is valued at ing up until you get the best.” Creighton, Knapp Center, 2:05 p.m. approximately $200,000. Before his death last Octo- Hahn would have been pleased with the dedication • “Quilters,” Hall of Performing Arts, ber, Hahn said the piano was the finest thing he and Nakamatsu’s inaugural concert on the Imperial 2 p.m. owned and that he was happy to give Drake “the nic- Grand Bösendorfer, Bellville said at the conclusion of • Cavalcade of Choirs, Jordan Stage, est thing I have to give.” the performance. “He wanted this piano to be at Drake. Sheslow Auditorium, 8 p.m. John Burney, dean of the College of Arts and Sci- I’m gratified that we were able to see his wishes car- • Black History Month concludes with Mama’s Cookin’, Black Cultural ences, presented a plaque to Hahn’s cousins, Karen ried out. For Jon Nakamatsu to be the first pianist to Center, 6 p.m., $2 donation Belville and Stephanie Seemuth, expressing the perform on it is absolutely wonderful.” requested. Drake Theatre’s production of ‘Quilters’ to open Feb. 26 FACULTY AND STAFF NEWS Drake Theatre will present “Quilters,” a mu- Madelyn Levitt, special assistant to sical nominated for six Tony Awards in 1985, the president for development, re- which tells the story of life on the prairie and the cently received the Iowa Star Award quilts that left behind legacies. from The Des Moines Register. The The play, based on the book Quilters: award was created to honor central Women and Domestic Art, uses music, Iowans who contribute to the better- storytelling and dance to journey through births, ment of their communities. Levitt deaths, fires and snowstorms, tragedy and the was honored for her volunteer work miracles of life during the westward expansion and fundraising on behalf of Drake of the United States. University, United Way, Boys and Girls Club of Central Iowa and the Performances will start at 8 p.m. Feb. 26, 27 Des Moines Art Center. and 28 and 2 p.m. Feb. 29, in the Performing Arts Hall in the Harmon Fine Arts Center. Tom Willoughby, vice president of Tickets are $7 for the general public and $4 for The entire cast gathers on an array of quilts. admission and financial aid, recently students and senior citizens. Tickets are avail- was elected to a three-year term as able at the Drake Fine Arts Box Office, x3841 Christian Church, 25th Street and University Avenue. the Midwestern representative to Tony Humrichouser, assistant professor of theatre The TalkAbout is sponsored by Friends of Drake Arts the National Guidance and Admis- arts and an award-winning actor and director from and First Christian Church. Admission is $17 and in- sion Assembly Council of The Col- Detroit, directs “Quilters.” He will discuss the musical cludes a ticket to the Friday night performance. Reser- lege Board. and the growing popularity of musical theater at a vations are required due to limited seating. For reser- Jack Gerlovich, professor of edu- TalkAbout dinner at 6 p.m. Friday, Feb. 27, at First vations, call x3700 by Monday, Feb. 23. cation, was in Kansas City, Mo., in November, working with a 15-mem- Free workshop to explore Two art exhibits to open soon ber Missouri state team to collect re- search data concerning the status of emotional intelligence The third annual Carbon exhibition at Drake’s safety in Missouri academic science Managers who want to learn about emotional intel- Weeks Gallery in the lobby of the Harmon Fine Arts settings, development of custom- Center will open on Friday, Feb. 27, with a ized tools and training to address ligence in the workplace are invited to attend a free reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Carbon is a unique exhibit the identified needs. A reporter from workshop sponsored by the Drake Business Link on National Public Radio interviewed Wednesday, Feb. 25. showcasing the results of university-wide interdiscipli- him concerning the project and his The workshop, conducted by Flavia Eldemire, will nary exchange between students from the visual and collaborative national research with run from 8:30 a.m. to noon in Parents Hall in Olmsted liberal arts. In addition to the visual arts, disciplines Rahul Parsa, professor of statistics. Center. She will focus on how emotional intelligence represented include law, politics and society, environ- The interview was broadcast nation- can be measured and enhanced to maximize employee mental science and policy, chemistry and biochemis- ally on National Public Radio on performance. try, pharmacy, English and music. The exhibit will Jan. 23. Gerlovich and Parsa hope Eldemire holds a Ph.D. in psychology, an MBA in continue through March 27. The gallery is open from interest generated by the interview finance and human resources and a master’s degree in 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. will assist the implementation of the The 33rd Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition will National Science Safety Indexing counseling and career development. She has directed be on view at the Anderson Gallery in the Harmon Project for which they are now seek- workshops in organizational development for a variety ing financial support. of businesses and organizations, including Banc One, Fine Arts Center from Sunday, Feb. 29, through The Levinson Institute, Bentley College and Boston March 28. The opening reception will run from 1 to 3 Lee Jolliffe, associate professor of Public Schools. p.m. Feb. 29, with the awards ceremony at 1:30 p.m. journalism and mass communica- Reservations are required due to limited seating. The exhibition, sponsored by the Friends of Drake tion, was quoted about the future of For reservations, call x3724. Arts, represents a body of innovative design work: ex- Martha Stewart Living magazine in The Drake Business Link, directed by management pressive drawings, candid graphic design, bold paint- a Jan. 21 article in Newsday head- professor Delaney Kirk, was established in 2000 to ings, printworks investigating method, color and form, lined “Martha’s Magazine Meets Ad foster discussions about issues of interest to local busi- a progressive digital media piece and hanging sculp- Decline.” Jolliffe said, “Martha has tures that range in material from anthropomorphic dominated the niche market of ness people. The link will sponsor a workshop about cloth shapes to fluid metal forms. showing people how to make the managing diversity on Friday, April 16. perfect home. But now that she’s no The 54 pieces featured in the exhibition were cho- longer perfect, she cannot claim that sen from more than 170 submitted works. Internation- Newsletter to become electronic ally recognized graphic designer Jay Vigon served as niche for herself.” This On Campus newsletter will soon become an the juror for this exhibition, selecting the award-win- Raymond Hubbard, the Thomas F. all-electronic publication that will be e-mailed to ning works. Sheehan distinguished professor of faculty and staff and subscribers. marketing, is co-author of a paper Those who receive printed copies of On Campus Law prof to speak today titled “P Values are Not Error Prob- and are not faculty or staff members may continue abilities.” It is available as Working Karen Engle, author and law professor at the Uni- to receive On Campus by sending an e-mail mes- Paper 03-26, Institute of Statistics versity of Texas, will present a lecture titled “Femi- and Decision Sciences, Duke Uni- sage to email@example.com with the word “sub- nisms and their Discontents: the Criminalization of versity (November 2003). scribe” as the subject. Wartime Rapes in Bosnia” at 7 p.m. today (Wednes- day, Feb. 18), in Bulldog Theater. Engle has written Carl B. Staplin, professor of organ Orchestra and choirs to perform numerous articles and lectures in the areas of interna- and church music, had his commis- tional law, human rights, cultural diversity and femi- sioned organ work titled “Toccata for The Drake Symphony Orchestra, conducted by nist theory. Her speech is sponsored by Drake’s Cen- Daniel” premiered at the First Pres- John Canarina, will present a program of English music ter for the Global Citizenship, Women’s Studies byterian Church of Ely, Iowa, on at 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 21, on the Jordan Stage in program and the Department of Culture and Society. Jan. 4. There will be another perfor- Sheslow Auditorium in Old Main. mance with choir and organ on May The featured soloist will be tenor Blake Justin 2 at Christ Episcopal Church in Novelist to give reading Feb. 26 Cedar Rapids. Bessey, winner of this year’s Drake Soloist Competi- tion. A native of Wichita, Kan., he will be heard in Robert Olen Butler, professor of fiction writing at Robert Hariman, the Ellis and Nelle “Songs of Travel” by Vaughan Williams, settings of Florida State University, will read from his work and Levitt professor of rhetoric and vice poems by Robert Louis Stevenson. The orchestra will discuss writing at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 26, in provost for interdisciplinary studies, open the program with “Mars” and “Jupiter” from “The Bulldog Theater as part of the Drake Writers and Crit- recently participated in a public Planets” by Gustav Holst, and conclude with the ics Series. panel discussion of the document, “Enigma Variations” by Sir Edward Elgar. Butler has published 10 novels and two volumes of The National Security Strategy of The Drake Choirs, conducted by Aimee Beckman- short fiction. One of his collections, A Good Scent the United States. The discussion Collier and Dina Else, will perform the Cavalcade of from a Strange Mountain, won the 1993 Pulitzer Prize took place in Iowa City, Iowa. Choirs at 8 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 29, on the Jordan Stage for Fiction. His other works include On Distant in Sheslow Auditorium in Old Main. Ground and Mr. Spaceman. Jerry E. Honts, associate professor of biology, presented a poster titled “Broadening Access to Cell Biology Look for the next printed issue on Feb. 27 through Special Topics Courses,” at On Campus is published every Friday during the academic year by the Office of Marketing and the 43rd annual meeting of the Communications, 316 Old Main, with printed issues every other week and an electronic version weekly. American Society for Cell Biology, On Campus is also available via the Internet at www.drake.edu/newsevents/pubs/oncampus. Please mail or e-mail news to Lisa Lacher at firstname.lastname@example.org. News deadline is noon Tuesday. 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