Monday Happenings: “Betrayal of Trust” 4 P.M., 3 Rockefeller–No, the Trustees aren’t speaking. Laurie Garrett, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author, discusses “the collapse of global public health,” conveniently the subtitle of her most recent book.

“World Week in Review” 6:30 P.M., 206 Baker–It’s not TW3 (“That was the week that was”), but close enough. Dinner served.

“Nrityagram Dance Ensemble” 7 P.M., Amarna–Dine with the Indian dance ensemble that will perform in Spaulding on Tuesday. “Nrityagram:” try saying that five times fast; or once, even.

“The Language and History of Indian Dance” 5:30 P.M., Hopkins Center Faculty Lounge–Register at the Hop box office or call 646-2422.

“Fungal biofilm-development, architecture and drug resistance” 4 P.M., 658W Borwell.

“‘Without’–Reflection on Working Visual Culture” 4 P.M., 201C Carpenter–The University of London professor and author Irit Rogoff speaks.

“Beyond The Last Village” 7:30 P.M., Filene Auditorium–Speaker Alan Rabinowitz is the Director of Science and Exploration of the Wildlife Conservation Society. Part of the environmental awareness lecture series (awareness? This posting is about as much publicity as this thing’s gotten).

At the Nugget: The Rookie, Ice Age, E.T., LOTR, and Kissing Jessica Stein.