Events

2019

March

Mon
Mar
25

Southwest Borderlands Initiative Professor Rick Rodriguez moderates a discussion with Cronkite students working on a depth reporting project from Peru.

The talk is part of the Cronkite School’s “Must See Mondays” lecture series, which covers journalism-related topics in health care, innovation, sports and underreported communities.

Tue
Mar
26

What do you want to do with your major? Join Career and Professional Development Services and College of Integrated Sciences and Arts to hear from professionals in the fields of higher education, business, non-profit and government to hear about the careers that use different types of degrees such as communication, organizational leadership, and interdisciplinary studies. Panelists will present on successes and challenges in their respective position.

Wed
Mar
27

Dean drop-in hour.

Wed
Mar
27

Seventy-five percent of Americans will experience foot problems at one time or another in their lives. Learn about the most common causes of foot pain and what you can do to prevent them. Podiatrist Robert Andersen is a surgeon certified by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery. His specialties include diabetic limb salvage, foot and ankle surgical reconstruction, and primary podiatric medicine.

Thu
Mar
28

In preparation for the Spring Career Fair, stop by for a review of your resume and workshops on how to receive the most out of the career fair.

Noon: Résumés
1 p.m.: Strategies to Maximize Your Time at Career Fairs
2 p.m.: Successful Interviewing
3 p.m.: Résumés
4 p.m.: Strategies to Maximize Your Time at Career Fairs

Thu
Mar
28

The use of animals in scientific research has been the gold standard for many decades. Too often success in the lab does not translate to success in human applications. It is time to discover collectively how to further advance, validate and implement human biology-based models to replace animal testing in basic and applied research. This workshop draws together experts from academia and industry to address cutting-edge issues in In Vitro and In Silico modeling.

Thu
Mar
28

Edward Vasko, CEO of Terra Verde will speak at this event.

Thu
Mar
28

Ready to explore job opportunities? Are you interested in a part-time job? In 15 minutes or less create and polish your resume! Let us take a quick glance and offer tips to be successful or let us help get you started on building a resume. Kick start your career plan, prepare your professional profiles, refresh that resume, polish your powerful introduction and get connected. Get prepped for the universitywide career fair April 2–4 at the Tempe campus. Find more information about this event in Handshake.

Thu
Mar
28

Regular Semester Faculty Meetings

Thu
Mar
28

Attend this workshop hosted by Arizona State University Sustainable Practices and Zero Waste to learn how you can reduce your carbon footprint through smart and delicious on-campus food options.

Attendees will gain access to resources for sustainable menu planning, both on- and off-campus.

Fri
Mar
29

The New College Pre-Health Professions Symposium is an Arizona State University student driven, themed event designed to inform and educate those interested in pursuing a healthcare or related profession. The annual symposium includes presentations, workshops and informational breakout sessions designed to give students insight into available careers in health care and the requirements to reach their goals.

Fri
Mar
29

The New College Pre-Health Professions Symposium is an Arizona State University student-driven, themed event designed to inform and educate those interested in pursuing healthcare or related profession. This year's annual symposium includes networking workshops, healthcare professional panel discussion, a presentation from Phoenix Allies for Community Health (PACH) and a suturing workshop sponsored by Midwestern University's School of Podiatric Medicine, Glendale. These informational sessions are designed to give students insight into available careers in healthcare and the requirements to reach their goals.

Fri
Mar
29

In preparation for the Spring Career Fair, stop by for a review of your resume and workshops on how to receive the most out of the career fair.

Noon–5 p.m.: Rapid Resume Review
1 p.m.: Strategies to Maximize Your Time at Career Fairs
2 p.m.: Successful Interviewing
3 p.m.: Résumés
4 p.m.: Strategies to Maximize Your Time at Career Fairs

Fri
Mar
29

In preparation for the Spring Career Fair, stop by for a review of your resume and workshops on how to receive the most out of the career fair.

noon–5 p.m.: Rapid Resume Review
1 p.m.: Strategies to Maximize Your Time at Career Fairs
2 p.m.: Successful Interviewing
3 p.m.: Résumés
4 p.m.: Strategies to Maximize Your Time at Career Fairs

Fri
Mar
29

In 2016, the fight for clean water and the indigenous led resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) caught the attention of the world.  At the heart of the movement, was opposition to the DAPL, a pipeline projected to run close to the Standing Rock Reservation that threatened its clean water and sacred sites. No-DAPL demonstrators drew the ire of officials and law enforcement and numerous individuals engaging in peaceful protests were arrested and prosecuted for serious crimes in state and federal courts. This presentation will talk about one of the many stories from Standing Rock and will follow the prosecution of one water protector from his arrest to his challenge before the North Dakota Supreme Court. 

See Corrected Opinion in North Dakota Supreme Court No. 20180171 (State v. Herbert) if you want to read more about the case.

RSVP at ilp@asu.edu or 480-965-2922.

April

Mon
Apr
1

An engaging discussion with Professor Peter Chen, a professor of the Department of Foreign Languages and Applied Linguistics at National Taipei University in New Taipei City, Taiwan. Additionally, he holds positions as featured lecturer/senior adviser to the Center for International Negotiations and Interpretations and as international ambassador for the Office of International Affairs at the university.  Professor Chen will focus on negotiating and communicating in a cross-cultural legal framework.

Mon
Apr
1

The Institute for Civil Dialogue, in association with the I4-C research collective in the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication, invites you to participate in a spring dialogue series that focuses on key issues that impact the state of Arizona. Important topics such as water, energy, immigration, economics, and politics often generate passionate positions and opinions, and even strong disagreement. Community Conversations events will employ a unique facilitated format, Civil Dialogue, which will give Arizonans the opportunity to discuss these important “hot topics with cool heads.”

The events are free and open to the public. Reservations are not required.

For directions to Community Conversations and more information about Civil Dialogue visit www.civil-dialogue.com, or contact Jennifer Linde at jlinde@asu.edu, or Clark Olson at clark.olson@asu.edu.

In a Civil Dialogue session, volunteer participants consider a provocative statement and have the opportunity to embody a position on the statement ranging from “agree strongly” to “disagree strongly.” Participants are asked to follow guidelines for civility that are explained by the facilitator. The dialogue is then extended to the broader audience who are encouraged to respond with their own opinions and questions. Civil Dialogue is informed by rhetorical criticism and theories of performance and provides an innovative tool for productive citizen communication. Learn more about Civil Dialogue.

Mon
Apr
1

Jessica Yu, Doodle team lead at Google, discusses the company’s popular changes to the Google logo to celebrate holidays and the lives of newsmakers as well as the importance of visual storytelling in this talk moderated by Innovation Chief Eric Newton.

The talk is part of the Cronkite School’s “Must See Mondays” lecture series, which covers journalism-related topics in health care, innovation, sports and underreported communities.

Tue
Apr
2

Associate Dean Lara Ferry will be holding open door hours.

Tue
Apr
2

According to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, 1 in 5 women and 1 in 16 men are sexually assaulted while in college.Consent and Beyond seeks to educate ASU students about consent, provide support for those who have experienced sexual violence and empower students with the knowledge and skills to prevent sexual violence. Join Sun Devil MVP and numerous clubs and organizations on Taylor Mall at the Downtown Phoenix campus for activities, resources, and giveaways!

Tue
Apr
2

Join us as we celebrate 15 years of communication mentoring and help us kick off a new season and new name, CommLabASU. Events include a ribbon cutting ceremony, reflections from the first fifteen years, lab tours and student speaker showcase. Presented by the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences. RSVP for free parking.

Tue
Apr
2

Join us for a workshop on research integrity.

Tue
Apr
2

Live TEDx talks are about bringing great ideas forward. This year’s event, "Talking Back," provides a platform to share ideas in relation to dialogue, power, community and discovery.

We’ve gathered some of the best experts from our community to showcase their valuable research, ideas and insights. The final speaker list will be released on Jan. 15, 2019.

If you would like to attend this event, please complete the registration (coming soon). Attendees will be notified with further details on or before March 4, 2019.

Wed
Apr
3

Meet with a financial consultant on your campus from Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association. Receive free, personalized advice, guidance and support to help you make informed decisions regarding the following topics.

  • Adequate investing to retire at the desired age
.
  • Appropriate investing based on risk tolerance
.
  • Converting investments into steady income after retirement.
  • Meeting financial goals in retirement.

 Schedule an appointment today online or call 800-842-2252.

Wed
Apr
3

Having the skills to be successful in an interview is vital to your success as you continue to prepare for graduate school and starting your professional career. Students who participate will go through a round of mock interview practice sessions with professional staff and graduate students. Come and learn how to approach different types of questions you might come across during an interview.

Wed
Apr
3

This four-course meal experience will share valuable dining etiquette skills that are sure to impress your next client, employer or colleague. Come learn dining etiquette and manners to impress any audience. Dress to impress professionals and the career community. Do you know how to properly signal to the wait staff that you're finished? What about napkin placement and paying for the check?

Seating is limited, please RSVP.

Thu
Apr
4

According to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, 1 in 5 women and 1 in 16 men are sexually assaulted while in college. Consent and Beyond seeks to educate ASU students about consent, provide support for those who have experienced sexual violence and empower students with the knowledge and skills to prevent sexual violence. Join Sun Devil MVP and numerous clubs and organizations on Fletcher Lawn at the West campus for activities, resources, and giveaways! 

Thu
Apr
4

According to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, 1 in 5 women and 1 in 16 men are sexually assaulted while in college. Consent and Beyond seeks to educate ASU students about consent, provide support for those who have experienced sexual violence and empower students with the knowledge and skills to prevent sexual violence. Join Sun Devil MVP and numerous clubs and organizations on the Student Union Patio at the Polytechnic campus for activities, resources, and giveaways! 

Thu
Apr
4

As students are preparing for graduate school and starting their professional career paths, having the skills to be successful in an interview is vital to their success! Students who participate will go through an intense round of multiple interview practice sessions with professional staff and graduate students. At the end join us for a panel for advice, feedback, and valuable tips to further stand out!

Thu
Apr
4

Come join the New College's School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences for its seminar series.

Thu
Apr
4

"The Mis(Diagnosis) of Madam Toy" is a new interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary project reorienting our narratives about Asian American experiences of racialization historically through the lens of affect and mental illness/health. This work-in-progress multimedia performance is a new ongoing project created by School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies Professor Marianne Kim in collaboration with School of Social Transformation Professors Karen Kuo and Brandon Yoo.

Sat
Apr
6

Occurring each year in spring, ASU students participate in a morning of community service throughout the Phoenix metropolitan area. ASU is always looking for host sites. If you have an organization or a possible host site, use the website to be included in this ASU tradition.

Mon
Apr
8

Educate students on how to effectively translate your service learning experience onto your resume and in interviews.

Mon
Apr
8

Dean drop-in hour.

Tue
Apr
9

Meet on your campus with a financial consultant from Nationwide by appointment. Receive free, personalized advice, guidance and support to help make informed decisions regarding the following:

• Adequate investing to retire at desired age.
• Appropriate investing based on risk tolerance. 
• Converting investments into steady income after retirement.
• Meeting financial goals in retirement.

Schedule an appointment online.

Tue
Apr
9

Join an exhilarating, effective, easy-to-follow, Latin-inspired, calorie-burning workout.  Lose yourself in the music and enjoy this party. A Sun Devil Fitness Complex instructor will be leading the class. Please bring a towel, water, tennis shoes and come dressed to participate.

Wed
Apr
10

Students will have the opportunity to learn about job and internship opportunities available with Charles Schwab. There will be a financial literacy game to education students on stocks, budgeting, and much more. Participants can practice their Powerful Introductions and networking skills with the support of Career and Professional Development Services.

Wed
Apr
10

This class focuses on core strengthening, balancing poses, inversions, breath and meditation. It is the full integration of the classical elements of yoga and promotes a sense of fluidity, power, spaciousness and clarity. Please bring a towel, water and come dressed to participate. Mats will be provided, but you may bring your own.

Wed
Apr
10

Edward Vasko is the CEO of Terra Verde, which helps customers create business value from security and compliance investments. Vasko is an information technology executive with over 25 years of experience in information security. He graduated with a BA in history from ASU’s New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences. RSVP for free parking.

Wed
Apr
10

Come hear from and ask questions of some of the Valley’s hospital executives.

The College of Nursing and Health Innovation and the College of Health Solutions are bringing together a diverse panel of hospital executives and alumni to discuss new trends in health care, making the most out of your college classes and much more.

Moderator:

  • Jim Flinn, president of St. Luke’s Medical Center and Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital

Panelists:

  • Lindsay Lagreid, College of Nursing and Health Innovation alumna.
  • Michael Hermosillo, College of Health Solutions alumnus.
  • Lee Ann Benson, vice president, East Valley Market at Phoenix Children's Hospital.
  • Montreal Turner, Banner M.D. Anderson Cancer Center.

This event is free and open to all ASU students interested in pursuing a health degree.

Thu
Apr
11

Arizona State University's Environmental Health and Safety department are bringing awareness and prevention tips to the Sun Devil community around heat-related illnesses. 

Join ASU partners and EHS staff at Taylor Mall as they distribute information literature, promotional materials — such as branded T-shirts, reusable water bottles and sunscreen packets — and provide training on how to render appropriate first-aid in the event of a heat-related injury. 

Learn more about heat stress symptoms and prevention, and watch this EHS video

Thu
Apr
11

Regular Semester Faculty Meetings

Thu
Apr
11

So you've created your Handshake account? Now, let's get better acquainted and started with the many amazing features and opportunities available on this platform. Meet with your career peer-in-residence to work on your Handshake profile and learn of the tips, tricks and treasures throughout the site geared toward promoting professional development, networking and job/event/internship opportunities available to ASU students like you. Let the warm breeze and some tasty tropical treats make your walk through Handshake and professional development paradise-like.

Fri
Apr
12

Celebrate Earth Day with this classic movie with Drew Barrymore and John Krasinski. Bring the whole family, your favorite blanket or comfy folding chair and relax while we enjoy a movie under the stars on Fletcher Lawn. Rain or shine. Popcorn and water provided while supplies last. Admission and parking are free.

Sat
Apr
13

While there is no cure for Alzheimer’s disease, the seventh-largest killer in the world, citizens around the world will attempt to get closer to one on Citizen Science Day

It is estimated that just two hours of participation by each person on Saturday, April 13 will accelerate Alzheimer’s research being carried out at Cornell University by one year.

On Citizen Science Day, everyone, everywhere can directly impact Alzheimer’s research simply by participating in the day’s Megathon activity – stall catching – an activity that will support research exploring a connection between the disease and clogged blood vessels in the brain, known as “stalls.” By reducing the number of stalls, the lab at Cornell was able to restore memory and reduce Alzheimer’s symptoms in mice. Citizen scientists (volunteers) will assist the research by identifying when they see these stalls occur. 

Those wanting to participate can do so from any of these four ASU campus locations:

Citizen science is described as a collaborative process between scientists and the general public to spur the collection of data. Using crowdsourcing, citizen scientists are able to make a real scientific impact simply by their numbers. Anyone can be a citizen scientist, given the right tools, guidance and collaboration. 

Interested in participating in Citizen Science Day? Show up at any of the four ASU locations on Saturday, April 13. 

Sat
Apr
13

While there is no cure for Alzheimer’s disease, the seventh-largest killer in the world, citizens around the world will attempt to get closer to one on Citizen Science Day

It is estimated that just two hours of participation by each person on Saturday, April 13 will accelerate Alzheimer’s research being carried out at Cornell University by one year.

On Citizen Science Day, everyone, everywhere can directly impact Alzheimer’s research simply by participating in the day’s Megathon activity – stall catching – an activity that will support research exploring a connection between the disease and clogged blood vessels in the brain, known as “stalls.” By reducing the number of stalls, the lab at Cornell was able to restore memory and reduce Alzheimer’s symptoms in mice. Citizen scientists (volunteers) will assist the research by identifying when they see these stalls occur. 

Those wanting to participate can do so from any of these four ASU campus locations:

Citizen science is described as a collaborative process between scientists and the general public to spur the collection of data. Using crowdsourcing, citizen scientists are able to make a real scientific impact simply by their numbers. Anyone can be a citizen scientist, given the right tools, guidance and collaboration. 

Interested in participating in Citizen Science Day? Show up at any of the four ASU locations on Saturday, April 13. 

Mon
Apr
15

Jenna Krajeski, a freelance journalist and writer whose work has appeared in The Atlantic, The New Yorker, The Nation and The New Republic, shares her experiences reporting from around the world in this talk moderated by Assistant Dean B. William Silcock, director of Cronkite Global Initiatives.

The talk is part of the Cronkite School’s “Must See Mondays” lecture series, which covers journalism-related topics in health care, innovation, sports and underreported communities.

Tue
Apr
16

Mobile on-site mammography will be at the Polytechnic campus. MOM’s professional staff uses the latest digital technology.  

What to bring:

  • Doctor’s name and address.
  • Insurance card.
  • Previous mammogram locations.

Women age 35 and younger need a doctor’s referral. Baseline mammograms start at age 35 to 39. Most insurance plans cover them yearly after age 40.

This event is HIP-endorsed, a program available to benefits-eligible state of Arizona employees. Find out more about the incentive-based HIP program on the Employee Wellness webpage.

Call 480-967-3767 or 1-800-285-0272 to schedule an appointment. 

Tue
Apr
16

Meet with a financial consultant on your campus from Fidelity by appointment. Receive free, personalized advice, guidance and support to help make informed decisions regarding the following:  

  • Adequate investing to retire at desired age.
  • Appropriate investing based on risk tolerance.
  • Convert investments into steady income after retirement.
  • Meet financial goals in retirement. 

Schedule an appointment online or call 800-642-7131.

 

Tue
Apr
16

NCIAS faculty colloquium

Wed
Apr
17

Get the most efficient workout by torching calories through this high intensity boot camp. We’re changing up your workout with interval training, tabata circuits, and much more. Be prepared to sweat. Bring a bottle of water and a towel. 

Wed
Apr
17

How do you prove your identity? You probably reach for a small card in your bag or wallet with your picture on it. Your identity and personal information may be due for an upgrade. Efforts are underway to create tools to manage personal information and identity using blockchain applications. Hear experts discuss the future of identity and privacy.

Thu
Apr
18
Join us for a poster session displaying students' research. Students can be from New College, community colleges or other colleges on West campus.
Thu
Apr
18

Come join the New College's School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences for its seminar series.

Thu
Apr
18

Director's monthly meeting with faculty.

Fri
Apr
19

You are invited to Arizona State University’s West campus for the first Machine Learning Day. 

In the past decade, machine learning has reshaped the relationships between data, computation, and decision making, allowing for order-of-magnitude improvements in quality and scale. The first Machine Learning Day at Arizona State University brings together researchers and practitioners in machine learning to share and report innovative research on the theory and practices of machine learning, data mining and artificial intelligence. 

The events at Machine Learning Day include keynote speeches from top researchers in academic and industry, oral research presentations and a poster session. The topics of keynote addresses, presentations and posters cover the theory and practices of machine learning including:

  • Adversarial machine learning.
  • Models, algorithms and methods of machine learning.
  • Machine learning for recommendation systems.
  • Mathematical analysis and machine learning.
  • Practical applications of machine learning for cybersecurity and online privacy.
  • Statistical analysis and machine learning.
Sat
Apr
20

Produce on Wheels Without Waste disperses 10 million pounds of fresh, rescued produce annually to communities at various sites throughout southern Arizona and the metropolitan Tucson and Phoenix service areas. 

Contribute $12 to shop for up to 70 pounds of fresh produce for your family or to share with neighbors, friends or someone in need. 

Distribution of produce will take place at the ASU West campus. 

Produce on Wheels Without Waste is hosted by Changemaker Central at ASU which exists to create a university-wide culture that empowers students to apply their passion, knowledge and expertise to create innovative solutions to local, national and global challenges. They do this by providing the opportunities and resources to inspire, catalyze and sustain student-driven social change through community service, high-impact careers and social entrepreneurship.

Tue
Apr
23

Celebrate Earth month with University Sustainability Practices and Zero Waste.

Learn about ASU’s sustainability goals and how you can get involved to create a change.

Tue
Apr
23

The day begins with a workshop for high school band students by clarinetist Joshua Bennet, ASU faculty member Barry Moon, and students in the IAP Scratch Orchestra.

Participants will design wind and percussion instruments using utilitarian hardware. Bring mouthpieces, head-joints, mallets or other parts of your instrument that can be adapted to plumbing and other hardware.

Registration required. 

Tue
Apr
23

An in-depth look at the review process and requirements.

Wed
Apr
24

Mobile on-site mammography will be at the West campus. MOM’s professional staff uses the latest digital technology.  

What to bring:

  • Doctor’s name and address.
  • Insurance card.
  • Previous mammogram locations.

Women age 35 and younger need a doctor’s referral. Baseline mammograms start at age 35 to 39.  Most insurance plans cover them yearly after age 40.

This event is HIP-endorsed, a program available to benefits-eligible state of Arizona employees. Find out more about the incentive-based HIP program.

Call 480-967-3767 or 1-800-285-0272 to schedule an appointment. 

Thu
Apr
25

Come join the New College's School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences for its seminar series.

Thu
Apr
25

Attend this workshop hosted by Arizona State University Sustainable Practices and Zero Waste to learn about the student-led initiative Pitchfork Pantries. The initiative helps reduce food insecurity at ASU.

Those who attend will learn more about the pantries and how to get involved and provide support.

Thu
Apr
25

Is it OK to take Ritalin or Adderall if you don’t have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder? Both are stimulants prescribed to treat ADHD and similar conditions, but more and more college students are taking them to stay awake, suppress their appetite or just because they say it makes them feel smarter when they’re taking a test. They’re buying them from fellow students who have prescriptions. Is this safe? Is it legal?

Join us for a discussion about the sharing of ADHD medications on college campuses. A panel of experts will explore this issue, and the event includes time for audience Q&A. The session will also be recorded as a live podcast.

Doors open at 4:30 p.m.

This event is part of the "We Need To Talk: Tough Conversations About Health" series hosted by ASU's College of Health Solutions.

Fri
Apr
26

Arizona State University's Environmental Health and Safety department are bringing awareness and prevention tips to the Sun Devil community around heat-related illnesses. 

Join ASU partners and EHS staff at the west patio of the Student Union as they distribute information literature, promotional materials — such as branded T-shirts, reusable water bottles and sunscreen packets — and provide training on how to render appropriate first-aid in the event of a heat-related injury. 

Learn more about heat stress symptoms and prevention, and watch this EHS video

Sat
Apr
27

Future Sun Devil Family Day opens the door to college. 

It's never too early to plan for college. That's why Arizona State University is inviting middle and high school students and their parents from across the valley to Future Sun Devil Family Day.

This free half-day, college-prep conference equips parents and students with the critical information needed to pursue higher education  and achieve college success. 

Through a series of fun, interactive workships, Future Sun Devil Family Day presenters address frequently asked questions regarding financial aid, admission requirements and hte steps students should take during high school to be prepares to succeed in college. 

The event is open to the public and parking is free. 

Tue
Apr
30

New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences faculty assembly

May

Thu
May
2

Many medical school and graduate school applications are due about this time of the year. Bring your complete application materials to be reviewed by your pre-health and career services adviser. You can email your application materials to us at Sue.Lafond@asu.edu  or Alison.Binford@asu.edu prior to the event for faster feedback.

Fri
May
3

Meet with a financial consultant on your campus from Fidelity by appointment. Receive free, personalized advice, guidance and support to help make informed decisions regarding the following:  

  • Adequate investing to retire at desired age.
  • Appropriate investing based on risk tolerance.
  • Convert investments into steady income after retirement.
  • Meet financial goals in retirement. 

Schedule an appointment online or call 800-642-7131.

Mon
May
6

Meet with a financial consultant on your campus from Fidelity by appointment. Receive free, personalized advice, guidance and support to help make informed decisions regarding the following:  

  • Adequate investing to retire at desired age.
  • Appropriate investing based on risk tolerance.
  • Convert investments into steady income after retirement.
  • Meet financial goals in retirement. 

Schedule an appointment online or call 800-642-7131.

Thu
May
9

The New College convocation ceremony will be held at Comerica Theatre. Please refer to the website for more information on parking and transportation along with clear bag policy rules.

Fri
May
10

The Sustainability Conference of American Legal Educators is a large annual gathering of law professors who are researching sustainability-related areas. The conference features presentations of legal academic research pertaining to environmental sustainability and law.

Tue
May
14

Meet on your campus with a financial consultant from Nationwide by appointment. Receive free, personalized advice, guidance and support to help make informed decisions regarding the following topics.

• Adequate investing to retire at desired age.
• Appropriate investing based on risk tolerance.
• Converting investments into steady income after retirement.
• Meeting financial goals in retirement.

Schedule an appointment online.

Thu
May
16

Meet with a financial consultant on your campus from Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association. Receive free, personalized advice, guidance and support to help you make informed decisions regarding the following topics.

  • Adequate investing to retire at the desired age
.
  • Appropriate investing based on risk tolerance
.
  • Converting investments into steady income after retirement.
  • Meeting financial goals in retirement.

 Schedule an appointment today online or call 800-842-2252.

Thu
May
16

Many medical school and graduate school applications are due about this time of the year. Bring your complete application materials to be reviewed by your Pre-Health and Career Services advisor. You can email your application materials to us at Sue.Lafond@asu.edu or Alison.Binford@asu.edu prior to the event for faster feedback!

Sat
May
18

Produce on Wheels Without Waste disperses 10 million pounds of fresh, rescued produce annually to communities at various sites throughout southern Arizona and the metropolitan Tucson and Phoenix service areas. 

Contribute $12 to shop for up to 70 pounds of fresh produce for your family or to share with neighbors, friends or someone in need. 

Distribution of produce will take place at the ASU West campus. 

Produce on Wheels Without Waste is hosted by Changemaker Central at ASU which exists to create a university-wide culture that empowers students to apply their passion, knowledge and expertise to create innovative solutions to local, national and global challenges. They do this by providing the opportunities and resources to inspire, catalyze and sustain student-driven social change through community service, high-impact careers and social entrepreneurship.

Wed
May
22

The seventh annual Governance of Emerging Technologies & Science conference addresses ethical, legal, regulatory and policy issues that come with the emergence of new technologies and scientific advantages. Past conferences have discussed the range of technologies and scientific study, including nanotechnology, artificial intelligence, robotics and autonomous vehicles.  This conference has become a go-to event for forward-looking policy makers, technologists, and business leaders who are at the forefront of the changing world.

Thu
May
23

Many medical school and graduate school applications are due about this time of the year. Bring your complete application materials to be reviewed by your pre-health and career services adviser. You can email your application materials to us at Sue.Lafond@asu.edu or Alison.Binford@asu.edu prior to the event for faster feedback!

Thu
May
30

Many medical school and graduate school applications are due about this time of the year. Bring your complete application materials to be reviewed by your pre-health and career services advisor. You can email your application materials to us at Sue.Lafond@asu.edu or Alison.Binford@asu.edu prior to the event for faster feedback!

October

Sat
Oct
26

Strutt your mutt! Bring your four-legged friend and come walk or run a 5K on this beautiful October day. All dog lovers, walkers and runners welcome! All funds raised will go toward SummerUp Camp scholarships.