Calendar notices should be submitted to: Calendar Coordinator, 100 Koch Hall; e-mail: tcapuano@odu.edu; fax: 683-5501. The next Calendar will be dated April 21 to May 14. The deadline for submission of events is noon Thursday, May 6. (FMI is the number for more information; $ indicates an admission fee.)



Speakers Friday, April 7

Lee Kellam of CH2M-Hill Inc., “Removal of TKN in a Small-scale Treatment Plant” for the Environmental Engineering Seminar Series, 11 a.m., 157 Education Bldg. FMI, 683-3753.

Monday, April 10
Regina Karp, associate professor of international studies, “The Military: What Role in U.S. Foreign Policy” for the Great Decisions lecture series, 3 p.m., Burgess Room, BAL. FMI, 683-3923.

Tuesday, April 11
C. Jones Hooks, president of the Hampton Roads Economic Development Alliance, for the Economics Club of Hampton Roads luncheon, noon, Sheraton Waterside Hotel, Norfolk. FMI, 683-3520. $

Luisa Igloria, associate professor of English, “Trends and Patterns in Filipino-American Literary Studies” for the Literature Faculty Forum, 12:30-1:30 p.m., Burgess Room, BAL. FMI, 683-3991.

Wednesday, April 12
Carol Mattusch, Mathy Professor of art history, George Mason University, “Searching for the Greek Bronze Original: Art and Techne in the Classical Period,” sponsored by Odyssey: The Hellenic Cultural Studies program, 8 p.m., 102 MGB. FMI, 683-3942.

Thursday, April 13
Dave Thomas, president of New Mexicans for Science and Reason, “What Really Landed at Roswell?” for the Modern Pseudoscience Lecture Series, sponsored by the College of Sciences, 8 p.m., 102 MGB. FMI, 683-4354.

Edward L. Beach, retired Navy captain, WWII submariner and best-selling author of naval history books, “The Influence of the Submarine on Seapower and History,” 8 p.m., North Cafeteria, Webb Center. FMI, 683-3018.

Friday, April 14
Bruce Utne, Malcolm-Pirnie Inc., “Ozone Disinfection for Drinking Water” for the Environmental Engineering Seminar Series, 11 a.m., 157 Education Bldg. FMI, 683-3753.

Dave Thomas, president of New Mexicans for Science and Reason, “The Bible Code: A Skeptical Investigation” for the Modern Pseudoscience Lecture Series, sponsored by the College of Sciences, 3 p.m., 200 Oceanography and Physics Bldg. FMI, 683-4619.

Mary Catherine Bateson, cultural anthropologist, “Encountering the Unfamiliar in Art and Social Life,” 7 p.m., 102 MGB. FMI, 683-4030.

Monday, April 17
Kidane Mengisteab, associate professor of political science and geography, “Africa and the U.S. Prospect for the Future” for the Great Decisions lecture series, 3 p.m., Burgess Room, BAL. FMI, 683-3923.

Thursday, April 20
Philip Ianna, University of Virginia astronomer, “Astrology? Today?” for the Modern Pseudoscience Lecture Series, 8 p.m., 102 MGB. FMI, 683-4619.

Friday, April 21
Christine Cotton, Malcolm-Pirnie Inc., “UV Disinfection of Drinking Water” for the Environmental Engineering Seminar Series, 11 a.m., 157 Education Bldg. FMI, 683-3753.

Philip Ianna, University of Virginia astronomer, “Nearby Stars and the Search for Planets,” for the Modern Pseudoscience Lecture Series, 3-4 p.m, 200 Oceanography and Physics Bldg. FMI, 683-4619.



Workshops/Symposia

Friday, April 7 - Sat., April 8
“The Sexual Revolution of the 20th Century,” sponsored by foreign languages and literatures, Burgess Room, BAL. Opens 9 a.m. April 7, with lectures through- out both days. Linda Mizejewski of the Ohio State University English department will give the keynote address, “Bodies of Evidence: Showgirls and Crimes of the Century,” at 4:45 p.m. April 7. FMI, 683-3981.

Wed., April 12 & Thurs., April 13
“When a Parent Calls, What Can You Legally Say About the Student’s Academic Record?”, a discussion on the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act, presented by Carolyn Eakin, registrar, 3-4 p.m. Wed. and 12:20-1:20 p.m. Thurs., 128 MGB. FMI, 683-3260.

Fri., April 14 - Sat., April 15
“Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Regional and Global Issues” for the graduate conference and career workshop sponsored by Graduate Programs in International Studies and the Center for Regional and Global Studies, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Webb Center. FMI, 683-4669.

Tuesday, April 18
“Census 2000: How Does It Affect You?”, 2-3 p.m., 163 Perry Library. FMI, 683-4169.



Meetings

Monday, April 10
National Conference for Community and Justice, student chapter, 1:30 p.m., Virginia Rice Webb Room, Webb Center. FMI, 683-4406.

Tuesday, April 11
Faculty Senate organizational meeting, 3 p.m., Ports./Ches. Room, Webb Center. FMI, 683-3427.

Thursday, April 13
Board of Visitors, 9 a.m.to 4 p.m., Webb Center. (See Page 2 for details.) FMI, 683-3072.



Performances

Sat., April 8 - Sun., April 9
Two one-act operas staged with orchestra, “The Telephone” by Menotti and “Gallantry” by Moore, 8 p.m., Chandler Recital Hall, Diehn Center. FMI, 683-4061. $

Sat., April 8 - Fri., April 14
Film and Video Festival, “The Kaleidoscopic Lens: Representing Diversity in Film and Television,”opens. (See page 6 for details.) FMI, 683-3828.

Monday, April 10
Norfolk Chamber Consort concert, 8 p.m., Chandler Recital Hall, Diehn Center. FMI, 440-1803. $

Wednesday, April 12
Music Honors Recital, 4 p.m., Chandler Recital Hall, Diehn Center. FMI, 683-4061.

Thurs., April 13 - Fri., April 14
Jazz Residency Program, featuring saxophonist Frank Foster: clinics at 3 p.m. Thurs. and 10 a.m. Fri.; open rehearsal with the University Big Band at 4:30 p.m. Thurs. and 2 p.m. Fri., 179 Diehn Center. FMI, 683-4061.

Thurs., April 13 - Sat. April 15
Dance Theatre Spring Concert, 8 p.m. Thurs. through Sat.; also, 2 p.m., Sat. University Theatre, Technology Bldg. FMI, 683-3020. $

April 14-16 and 18-22
Spring Performance Festival at The Stables Theatre, featuring repertory performance events: 8 p.m. Tues. through Sat., and 2:30 p.m. Sun. FMI, 683-5305. $

Sunday, April 16
Jazz Residency Program, featuring saxophonist Frank Foster, with the University Big Band, 4 p.m., Chandler Recital Hall, Diehn Center. FMI, 683-4061.

Monday, April 17
Diehn Concert Series, featuring saxophonist Frank Foster and the John Toomey Trio, 8 p.m., Chandler Recital Hall, Diehn Center. FMI, 683-4061.

Tuesday, April 18
Concert Choir concert, directed by Nancy Klein, 7:30 p.m., Chandler Recital Hall, Diehn Center. FMI, 683-4061.

Wednesday, April 19
Wind Ensemble concert, directed by Dennis Zeisler, 7:30 p.m., Chandler Recital Hall, Diehn Center. FMI, 683-4061.



Exhibitions

Saturday, April 15
Opening reception for “Divine Humility: Jesus Icons in Contemporary Mexico,” a collection of 60 color photographs by Robert Lewis, University of Memphis professor, 7 p.m., University Gallery, 350 W. 21st St., Norfolk. Through May 7. FMI, 683-3020.



Miscellaneous

Friday, April 7
Cruise on the American Rover, sponsored by the Canterbury Center, 6 p.m., Waterside. FMI, 489-9096.

Fiction reading by Robert Olmstead, Boise State University professor, for the Writer in-Residence program, 7 p.m., 100 Kaufman Hall. FMI, 683-3991.

Club Candlelight, featuring an evening of the arts, sponsored by the Black Student Alliance and the Student Art League, 8 p.m., North Cafeteria, Webb Center. FMI, 423-1220.

Saturday, April 8
Volunteer income tax assistance provided by Beta Alpha Psi, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Suffolk Room, Webb Center. FMI, 631-2126.

Sunday, April 9
Black Student Awards Ceremony, 3-5 p.m., North Cafeteria, Webb Center. FMI, 683-5490.

Tuesday, April 11
Volunteer Fair, in recognition of National Volunteer Week, sponsored by Student Activities and Leadership, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Webb Center lobby. FMI, 683-3446.

Wednesday, April 12
Volunteer income tax assistance provided by Beta Alpha Psi, noon to 6 p.m., Isle of Wight Room, Webb Center. FMI, 631-2126.

Friday, April 14
Department of Public Safety annual auction, including bicycles, electronic items, jewelry, books and more, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., South Mall, Webb Center. FMI, 683-4003.

Senior Toast, 4 p.m., North Cafeteria, Webb Center. Reservations are due April 10. FMI, 683-3446.

Creative writing program student reading, 7 p.m., Prince Booksellers, 109 E. Main St., Norfolk. FMI, 683-4470.

Saturday, April 15
Filipino-American Student Association Cultural Night, 6 p.m., Webb Center cafeteria. FMI, 683-5099. $

Sunday, April 16
Asian, Hispanic/Latino, Native American Student Academic Recognition Ceremony, 3 p.m., North Cafeteria, Webb Center. FMI, 683-4406.

Monday, April 17
Master class with Robert Olmstead, Boise State University professor, for the Writer in-Residence program, 7 p.m., Burgess Room, BAL. FMI, 683-3991.

Saturday, April 22
Easter egg hunt for children of faculty, staff and area residents, ages 1-8, sponsored by the Alumni Association, 10 a.m. to noon, Powhatan Field. Registration due April 17. FMI, 683-3097.



Sports

Friday, April 7
Baseball team vs. UNC-Wilmington, 7 p.m., Bud Metheny Baseball Complex. FMI, 683-4444. $

Saturday, April 8
Baseball team vs. UNC-Wilmington, 2 p.m., Bud Metheny Baseball Complex. FMI, 683-4444. $

Sunday, April 9
Baseball team vs. UNC-Wilmington, 1 p.m., Bud Metheny Baseball Complex. FMI, 683-4444. $

Tuesday, April 18
Baseball team vs. William and Mary, 7 p.m., Bud Metheny Baseball Complex. FMI, 683-4444. $

Wednesday, April 19
Baseball team vs. N.C. State, 7 p.m., Bud Metheny Baseball Complex. FMI, 683-4444. $

(For other spring sports schedules, call 683-3372.)



Deadlines

Monday, April 10

Submissions due for the funded undergraduate research program, Honors College, 218 Education Bldg. FMI, 683-4865.

Reservations due for the Senior Toast. FMI, 683-3446.

Monday, April 17
Registration due for Alumni Association-sponsored Easter Egg Hunt. FMI, 683-3097.

Applications due for the Teaching Across the Borders Initiative. FMI, 683-3841.