Must See Mondays: The Undefeated - A Conversation with William C. Rhoden

William C. Rhoden is a writer-at-large for The Undefeated and a longtime New York Times columnist. He is a visiting professor at the Cronkite School and will teach “Opinion in the Digital Age,” a new course being offered as part of the sports journalism program. The class will introduce students to the art of crafting and forming thoughtful opinion pieces for print and broadcast.

‘EXILED’ Documentary Screening

In 2017, Myanmar’s army forced 700 thousand Rohingya Muslims out of their homes to neighboring Bangladesh. No longer recognized as citizens, Myanmar launched a surge of discrimination and violence against the Rohingya. “EXILED,” a documentary film, explores the ongoing injustices through the lens of Rohingya victims and former Burmese military officials.

Aung Naing Soe, a Hubert H. Humphrey Fellow who helped produce the film, will answer questions afterward.

Watch the trailer here

Oh, My Aching Body

Merl Miller, a certified professional ergonomist with Phoenix-based Performance Ergonomics, will teach participants how to select and use ergonomic chairs and prevent potential work-related injuries. Working at a computer workstation can result in aches and pains that increase over time. Learn the proper use of office chairs to maintain good posture and prevent pain and discomfort.

CEMinar: Katie Hinde

Katie Hinde will be talking about her research at this CEMinar. Hinde investigates the food, medicine and signal of mother's milk. In addition to dozens of peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters, Hinde co-edited “Building Babies: Primate Developmental Trajectories in Proximate and Ultimate Perspective” released by Springer in 2013. Hinde is an associate editor and writer for SPLASH!

Undergraduate Student Recital: Elijah Ramirez, Euphonium and Yuki Kuno, Euphonium

Join us for an evening of euphonium with works from Horovitz, Ewazen and more performed by Elijah Ramirez and Yuki Kuno. This shared recital is in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Music in music education degree requirements. 


Student degree recitals are subject to cancellation. Before making a special trip, please check the School of Music event hotline, 480-965-8863 for up-to-date information.


Using Archives, Distinctive Collections and Primary Sources in Research at ASU

This session, part of ASU Library's Graduate Scholars Toolkit, will encourage you to engage with primary sources as an interdisciplinary scholarly research tool and to develop these skills by utilizing the resources available through the ASU Library. You will learn fundamental archives terminology, discuss common barriers in accessing archival materials, explore strategies to overcome these barriers and discover how you can apply primary source inquiry into your academic endeavors.