Events

2018

September

Tue
Sep
25

This exhibition features the collaborative work of five teams of ASU science and art students during their 2018 summer course at the Kilpisjärvi Biological Research Station in the far North of Finland, “Bio Arts: Sonoran and Arctic Environments.” The study abroad course brought together the New College's School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies and School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences to train students across the disciplines in art and science. This program is supported by the National Science Foundation and was led by ASU West Professors Becky Ball and Richard Lerman along with Dr. Antero Järvinen, director of the research station, which is operated by the University of Helsinki.

Tue
Sep
25

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: 

  • 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.

Tue
Sep
25

imPress is juried exhibition featuring printmakers from Diabo Printmakers Guild and students in the renowned printmaking program here at ASU. The exhibit includes a diverse range and exceptional use of printmaking processes, including photopolymer, line etching, aquatint, mezzotint, engraving, photo lithography, plate lithography, linocut, reduction woodcut, monotype, screen print, letterpress, book arts, laser engraving and printed books arts.

Image courtesy of the artist.

Tue
Sep
25

Natives Connecting at ASU is an annual student welcome event organized by ASU American Indian Student Support Services, a unit of University College.

Come learn more about ASU and community resources, services and programs that can support your success. Choose the date or campus location that works best for you:

  • Sept. 13 — Downtown Phoenix campus, Post Office Building, room L1-32, noon to 2 p.m.
  • Sept. 19 — Polytechnic campus, Student Union, Cooley Ballroom, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  • Sept. 25 — Tempe campus, Discovery Hall, room 312, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  • Sept. 27 — West campus, Fletcher Library, room 117, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

There will be refreshments and raffle prizes during each event.

Tue
Sep
25

Come speak out on behalf of the books, ideas and works of art that have been banned, censored or challenged throughout human history.

In recognition of Banned Books Week, an annual celebration of books and our right to read them, ASU Library is hosting a "read out," a public reading of books, newspapers, plays and other texts that have been banned, challenged or restricted in some way, or that speak to the issue of freedom of speech. 

The theme for this year’s Banned Books Week, sponsored by the American Library Association, is “Speak Out.” 

Related events will take place at all ASU libraries on all campuses during Banned Books Week from Sept. 23–30.

 

Tue
Sep
25

Anand Gopal will present a paper on governance and conflict in Afghanistan that contributes to the study of civil war, based on several years of fieldwork. While in Afghanistan, Gopal learned Dari and Pashto and gained access to communities where few other Westerners have worked. Gopal is assistant research professor at the Center on the Future of War and the Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict, a journalist, sociologist and author of "No Good Men Among the Living: America, the Taliban and the War Through Afghan Eyes," which was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award. He is currently researching the conflicts in Iraq and Syria.

Co-sponsored with the Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict.

 

Tue
Sep
25

In today’s diverse and highly competitive work environment, employers are looking for candidates who have acquired experience and achieved success in the workplace. Learn about how to earn real life experience, develop new skills, and gain a competitive advantage by attending this career exploration series. Refreshments included!

Tue
Sep
25

Forgiveness can lead us toward enjoying the present, personal wellbeing and growth. When we are able to release resentment and anger, we are no longer limiting our own ability to be at peace, find hope, and connect with our own sense of gratitude and joy.

Join Amber Wonder, MC, LPC, as we explore the benefits of forgiveness, identify what forgiveness means for each of us individually, how to cope if we are not ready to forgive, and how we can begin to move forward toward internal peace and understanding.

Tue
Sep
25

This is a required workshop for all single semester student teachers. Please register in Handshake at asu.joinhandshake.com by Friday, Sept. 21.

Are you ready to apply for your full-time K–12 teaching positions? You will learn how to best market yourself and your education-related experience throughout your application and interview process for teaching positions. Bring a copy of your current resume and cover letter to get the most out of this workshop.

Tue
Sep
25

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. After, join us for a panel of advice, feedback and valuable tips to further stand out.

Tue
Sep
25

ASU'S First-Year Success Center is hosting our Game Changers  Fall Welcome Celebration for our trailblazing first-generation students at the West campus. 

The First-Year Success Center invites our first-generation students to join us we celebrate your achievements, empower you to build new connections and spark your success with tools to help you thrive as a Sun Devil! 

The event's featured speaker is ASU West Dean of Students Cassandra Aska. Dean Aska will be sharing valuable insight, resources and tips to empower first-generation students to create a plan for success! 

Here's what to expect:

  • Gain helpful resources about academics, wellness and campus involvement.
  • Meet and network with other first-generation students and success coaches.
  • Enjoy free snacks, refreshments and raffle prizes!
Tue
Sep
25

Learn how colleagues created their personal statement for promotional purposes

Tue
Sep
25

Please join us for the Inaugural O’Connor Day on Sept. 25, the day Justice Sandra Day O’Connor was sworn in to the Supreme Court of the United States. We will pay tribute to Justice O’Connor’s distinguished career and legacy. 

The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University and the O’Connor Institute invite you to attend a roundtable discussion where you will have an opportunity to hear from Justice O’Connor’s former clerks. The event is open to the public.
 
All guests must RSVP at the link provided as seating will be limited. Light refreshments will be served.

Tue
Sep
25

Arizona State University's Wind Ensemble and Wind Orchestra present an evening of music by Husa, Holst, Wagner and more.

Wed
Sep
26

This exhibition features the collaborative work of five teams of ASU science and art students during their 2018 summer course at the Kilpisjärvi Biological Research Station in the far North of Finland, “Bio Arts: Sonoran and Arctic Environments.” The study abroad course brought together the New College's School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies and School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences to train students across the disciplines in art and science. This program is supported by the National Science Foundation and was led by ASU West Professors Becky Ball and Richard Lerman along with Dr. Antero Järvinen, director of the research station, which is operated by the University of Helsinki.

Wed
Sep
26

During the month of September, the university fire marshal’s office will host a series of awareness events on ASU’s campuses. The events will consist of tabling activities that include distribution of fire safety literature and handouts, CPR demonstrations, fire extinguisher demonstrations, AED training and a prize wheel.

Wed
Sep
26

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.

Wed
Sep
26

From Will Bowen’s book "A Complaint Free World: How to Stop Complaining and Start Enjoying the Life You Always Wanted," learn how to consciously reformat your brain’s hard drive to reduce pain, improve relationships and become happier. It all begins with a purple bracelet.

Wed
Sep
26

Arizona State University Police offers a free active shooter training class for ASU community members to help them develop skills to increase their chances of surviving an active-shooter event.

Attendees watch active shooter video scenarios and may participate in an ASU police officer instructor-led discussion about tactics that reinforce the "run, hide, fight" concept. Participants are encouraged to ask questions. 

If you are unable to attend an Active Shooter class, enroll in the self-paced online training modules.

Wed
Sep
26

Stop by the Arizona State University Class Ring Event where you can try on class rings and speak to a Herff Jones representative to help you choose your class ring, a symbol of Sun Devil spirit and pride.

To start looking for that perfect ring, click here.

Wed
Sep
26

We have an opportunity and a responsibility to make our world more sustainable. "Career Cafe: Sustainability" will be a space where career advisors and industry experts can meet with students and focus on answering professional development questions related to the field of sustainability. Coffee included!

Wed
Sep
26

Ever wonder how ASU’s compensation program works? Join Carol Hurst, director of compensation, for an overview of how the program has evolved and learn best practices to achieve optimal compensation results for your career at ASU.

Wed
Sep
26

The ASU Book Group's September 2018 reading selection is "The Children Under the Ice" by R.A. Douthitt. The book group is open to all in the ASU community and meets monthly from noon to 1 p.m. in the Piper Writers House on ASU's Tempe campus. Authors are always present. A no-host luncheon follows at the University Club. Attendees at each meeting will be entered into a drawing for a $50 gift certificate! Drawing to be held in April.

Synopsis: Twelve-year-old Mikey hates hockey, but loves newspaper reporting, he's quirky that way. One night, Mikey discovers the newspaper story of a lifetime when he falls through the ice of the Sherman Oaks Pond and sees the ghosts of children with a secret. And that's when everything falls apart. No one believes Mikey's story, not even his dad, the town sheriff. Now Mikey has to let go and trust a ghost to help him solve a crime. Can you trust a ghost to solve a crime? Mikey has to solve the crime and convince the town his story is true before the killer strikes again. Will he do it? Or will the killer get to him first?

The book is available from amazon.com.                                 

Douthitt graduated from ASU with a degree in art. This young-adult novel is part of a trilogy, which includes "The Children in the Garden" and "The Children of Manor House."

The remaining ASU Book Group meetings and selections for 2018—19 are:

The ASU Book Group is sponsored as a community outreach initiative by the Department of English and organized in partnership with the Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing.

Wed
Sep
26
Enhance your research

The Institute for Humanities Research's new Faculty Development Workshop series provides resources and assistance for faculty members in the humanities at ASU. These workshops focus on enhancing research practices, assisting in writing for publications, applying for external funding and more.

Designing a digital humanities project

Join us on Sept. 26 to learn how you can incorporate the digital humanities into your research. Elizabeth Grumbach, the project manager of the Institute for Humanities Research's Digital Humanities Initiative, will be sharing methodologies and best practices for designing a digital humanities project.

This workshop will offer participants an introduction to digital humanities fundamentals, specifically tools and methodologies. We will explore technologies and platforms that allow scholars of all skills levels to engage with digital humanities methods. Participants will not only be introduced to a variety of tools (including mapping, visualization, data analytics, and multimedia digital publication platforms), but also discuss how and why to choose specific applications, platforms, and tools based on project needs.

Though lunch will be served, keep in mind the Institute for Humanities Research's is a peanut-free space. Please RSVP to attend.

Location and parking

This event will be hosted in Ross-Blakley Hall at ASU's Tempe campus. The closest parking options are the visitor parking in Lot 44 and the Rural Road parking structure.

Wed
Sep
26

Boost your energy in this easy-to-follow, Latin-inspired, calorie-burning dance party. A Sun Devil Fitness Complex instructor will be leading the class. Please bring a towel and water, and come dressed to participate.

Wed
Sep
26

Since the dawn of sound recording technology, Native American voices have been the subject of significant academic and government research, generating voluminous archives of multimedia materials scattered across institutions around the globe. Growing awareness of these archives by indigenous communities — often as they are being digitized en masse and made available to the public by holding institutions — has led these communities to question institutional claims to ownership and control over the voices of their ancestors.

In this lecture, Professor Trevor Reed will discuss three pathways through which indigenous communities might (re)claim ownership over their ancestors’ voices as well as raise key objectives for the development of intellectual and cultural property laws in this area.

RSVP to ILP@asu.edu or at 480-965-2922.

Wed
Sep
26

This is a required workshop for all single semester student teachers. Please register in Handshake at: asu.joinHandshake.com by Friday, Sept. 21. Are you ready to apply for your full-time K–12 teaching positions? You will learn how to best market yourself and your education-related experience throughout your application and interview process for teaching positions. Bring a copy of your current resume and cover letter to get the most out of this workshop.

Wed
Sep
26

Join ASU’s participation in Character Day, which is celebrated by organizations around the globe. Discover the science of character strengths and what research tells us about having an adaptable mind with the skills most needed to flourish in the 21st century like curiosity, empathy or multidisciplinary thinking. Receive a free character strengths discussion kit to take back to your team.

Wed
Sep
26

Join us for a book discussion featuring:

Author Claudia Sadowski-Smith, who earned her PhD in English, is a professor of English and American studies in the Department of English at ASU. She specializes in multiethnic U.S. literatures, immigration studies and border studies. Sadowski-Smith’s book, "The New Immigrant Whiteness: Race, Neoliberalism, and Post-Soviet Migration to the United States" (2018), places post-USSR migration in the larger context of the racialization of contemporary U.S. immigrants. 

Discussant Iveta Silova, who earned her PhD in comparative education as well as history and political science, is a professor and the director of the Center for the Advanced Studies in Global Education at the ASU Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College. Born and raised in Soviet Latvia, Silova has since lived and worked in various countries of the former Soviet Union, including Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan and Belarus. Her research looks at post-socialist education transformations, including in her most recent book, "Childhood and Schooling in (Post)Socialist Societies: Memories of Everyday Life" (2018), which she edited with Nelli Piattoeva and Zsuzsa Millei.  

Discussant Laurie Manchester, who earned her PhD in history, is an associate professor in the ASU School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies. She is the author of "Holy Fathers, Secular Sons: Clergy, Intelligentsia, and the Modern Self in Revolutionary Russiawhich won the 2009 Vucinich Prize from the organization now known as Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies. Her current book project focuses on Russian, most of whom were from pious, monarchist families who voluntarily repatriated to the Soviet Union between 1935 and 1960.

Discussant Anna Cichopek-Gajraj, who earned her PhD in history, is an associate professor in the ASU School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies. A native of Krakow, Poland, she studies postwar Polish gentile-Jewish relations in 20th century Poland and abroad, antisemitism and ethnic violence, and "rebuilding" of individual and communal lives. Cichopek-Gajraj’s book, "Beyond Violence: Jewish Survivors in Poland and Slovakia in 1944-1948" (2014), was a finalist of the 2016 Jordan Schnitzer Book Award and a recipient of the 2015 Barbara Heldt Prize Honorable Mention. Her current research project incorporates interviews with Polish Jews and Catholics who came to the United States either as children or teenagers in the first 15 years after World War II.

Dessert will be served at the event.

This event is sponsored by the Melikian Center for Russian, Eurasian and East European Studies and the Department of English.

Parking is available in the ASU Fulton Center parking garage , which is located on South College Avenue just north of East University Drive in Tempe. 

Wed
Sep
26

ASU'S First-Year Success Center is hosting our Game Changers Fall Welcome Celebration for our trailblazing first-generation students at the Polytechnic campus. 

The First-Year Success Center invites our first-generation students to join us we celebrate your achievements, empower you to build new connections and spark your success with tools to help you thrive as a Sun Devil! 

The event's featured speaker is ASU Polytechnic Assistant Dean Regina Matos, who will be sharing valuable insight, resources and tips to empower first-generation students to create a plan for success! 

Here's what to expect from the event:

  • Gain helpful resources about academics, wellness and campus involvement.
  • Meet and network with other first-generation students and success coaches.
  • Enjoy free snacks, refreshments and raffle prizes!
Wed
Sep
26

How do I qualify? When should I apply? What are the benefits?

Learn more about the accelerated 4+1 combined Bachelor of Science and Master of Science program and the traditional master's program in applied biological sciences, offered by the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts at ASU Polytechnic campus.

Faculty members Heather Bateman and Catherine Hart explain the application process and program features of two pathways to a graduate degree in applied biological sciences. One option is the combination bachelor’s-master’s program in which you earn both degrees in just five years by double-dipping — using 12 credits across both degree programs. The second option is the traditional two-year Master of Science.

About Catherine Hart:

A senior lecturer in mathematics in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts since 2016, Catherine Hart most recently served as interim faculty head of the Faculty of Science and Mathematics. Hart has taught at ASU since 2003, previously serving as a faculty associate and lecturer. She has expertise in best practices in teaching math for specific contexts and in incorporating relevant technologies and practical skills that will help students succeed in their courses and in the workforce.

About Heather Bateman:

Associate professor Heather Bateman is an award-winning field ecologist, conservation biologist and student mentor. Bateman is interested in how human land-use affects vertebrate populations and habitats, especially in riparian ecosystems. Her research interests lie in exploring wildlife responses to habitat alteration, with a particular interest in amphibians, reptiles and birds.

This session is part of the Faculty of Science and Mathematics Colloquium Series offered most Wednesdays during the academic year, by the College of Integrative Sciences at ASU's Polytechnic campus.

Wed
Sep
26

Join the ASU community for a month-long celebration of Argentine art, literature and culture.

The event series is presented, in part, by ASU Library’s Future of Print initiative, highlighting the Argentine literature collection — located in Noble Library and comprised of more than 8,500 volumes — and the surrounding community of students, scholars, artists and writers whose work connects with it.

All events are free and open to the public.

Wednesday, Sept. 26 — "'If I finish my Yerba, I am fried': The Importance of Yerba Mate in Argentina"
Julia Sarreal, associate professor, School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies
3 to 4:30 p.m., Noble Library 252, Tempe campus

Yerba mate is much more than a caffeinated beverage. The commonly consumed drink in South America is a ritual associated with social connection and relationship building. Dr. Sarreal will discuss the history, culture and production of yerba mate and its significance across Argentine class and culture.

Thursday, Oct. 4 — "Affective Erasure: Representation of Indigenous Peoples in Argentine Cinema"
Cynthia Tompkins, professor, School of International Letters and Cultures
3 to 4:30 p.m., Noble Library 252, Tempe campus

A look at the history of Argentine film with a focus on the cinematic representation of different Indigenous cultures. Dr. Tompkins specializes in contemporary Latin American literature and film and has written about Latin American women writers and cultural production.

Wednesday, Oct.10 — "Argentinian Musical Instruments as Material Culture: Reflections on Collecting and Exhibiting Intruments at the Musical Instrument Museum"
Daniel C. Piper, PhD, Musical Instrument Museum
3 to 4:30 p.m., Design Library Reading Room, Tempe campus

A music scholar and a multi-instrumentalist, Dr. Piper spent a month in Argentina last spring conducting extensive field research with folk musicians. He specializes in ethnographic interviewing, videography and photography, and is a lifelong performer. 

Wednesday, Oct.17 — "The Peronista Archive of Photographer Sara Facio"
David William Foster, Regents’ Professor, School of International Letters and Cultures
3 to 4:30 p.m., Noble Library 252, Tempe campus

Argentine urban photography is a focus of Dr. Foster’s research which looks at the cultural production of Latin American cities. A leading scholar of Latin American culture, he is working to build one of the world's largest collections of photography of Buenos Aires.

Thursday, Oct. 18 — "Meteors and Art"
Guillermo Faivovich and Nicolas Goldberg, artists, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Noon to 1 p.m., Design Library Reading Room, Tempe campus

Combining the roles of scientist, historian and anthropologist, artists Faivovich and Goldberg will discuss their work that offers new ways of seeing and experiencing the results of a meteor shower that occurred about 4,000 years ago in northern Argentina.

Wednesday, Oct. 24 — "Tango Night"
ASU Tango Club
4 to 6 p.m., Noble Library patio, Tempe campus

A popular partner dance originating in the late 19th century, the tango consists of a variety of styles that developed over time and in different regions of Argentina. Come learn the iconic dance style characterized by a close embrace and small, syncopated steps.

Wed
Sep
26

Join the ASU Library Map and Geospatial Hub in hosting a workshop providing hands-on training with JMARS.

JMARS (Java Mission-Planning and Analysis for Remote Sensing) is a software suite for viewing and analyzing remote sensing data retrieved from a variety of sources. JMARS was originally developed as a mission planning tool for the THEMIS instrument orbiting Mars on the Odyssey spacecraft. Over the years, functionality has been added to view and study data from other instruments on Mars and other planetary bodies including Earth, the Moon, Mercury, Venus, moons of Jupiter and Saturn, and even asteroids. With functions such as the ability to create shapefiles, draw profile lines, stack data products in layers, import/export data, count craters, and save your work for later, JMARS has become a powerful geographic information system. With a variety of data products available with no user processing necessary, JMARS makes access to scientific data readily available.

Members of the ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration's Mars Space Flight Facility will lead this workshop.

JMARS is a FOSS (free open source software) application, and can be installed on Mac, Windows, Linux, and Solaris. Download installation files.

See the full calendar of Map and Geospatial Hub events.

Wed
Sep
26

Continuing your education through a graduate or specialty program could be an option to consider as you work your way through your current program. It is important to consider the pros and cons of pursuing a graduate education and whether it will help you achieve your future goals. Learn about whether or not graduate school is right for you by attending this career exploration workshop. Refreshments included!

Wed
Sep
26

Practice and learn valuable dining etiquette skills that are sure to impress your next client, employer or colleague.

During this four course meal, you will learn international and multicultural dining etiquette and mannerisms.

Do you know how to properly signal to the wait staff that you're finished? What about napkin placement and paying for the check? We will help you find out.

Thu
Sep
27

This exhibition features the collaborative work of five teams of ASU science and art students during their 2018 summer course at the Kilpisjärvi Biological Research Station in the far North of Finland, “Bio Arts: Sonoran and Arctic Environments.” The study abroad course brought together the New College's School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies and School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences to train students across the disciplines in art and science. This program is supported by the National Science Foundation and was led by ASU West Professors Becky Ball and Richard Lerman along with Dr. Antero Järvinen, director of the research station, which is operated by the University of Helsinki.

Thu
Sep
27

Center for Mindfulness, Compassion and Resilience is excited to invite you to our first “Mindfulness Leadership” Professional Development Certificate workshop hosted by Dean Teri Pipe, ASU's chief well-being officer. Participating in this workshop will teach you skills to incorporate mindfulness into your own life and lead mindfulness efforts in your department, organization or family. Recommended for those who aim to be proponents of well-being in their communities.

Thu
Sep
27

Natives Connecting at ASU is an annual student welcome event organized by ASU American Indian Student Support Services, a unit of University College.

Come learn more about ASU and community resources, services and programs that can support your success. Choose the date or campus location that works best for you:

  • Sept. 13 — Downtown Phoenix campus, Post Office Building, room L1-32, noon to 2 p.m.
  • Sept. 19 — Polytechnic campus, Student Union, Cooley Ballroom, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  • Sept. 25 — Tempe campus, Discovery Hall, room 312, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  • Sept. 27 — West campus, Fletcher Library, room 117, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

There will be refreshments and raffle prizes during each event.

Thu
Sep
27

Food Truck Thursday returns with its first event on Thursday, Sept. 27, from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the corner of Sixth Street and College Avenue, near lot 67 and the College Avenue Commons.

Free parking is available nearby in designated lots. View the location

Thu
Sep
27
"From Targets to Translation: Deconvoluting Tumor Vulnerabilities in Drug Development in Hepatobiliary Cancers"

This Center for Evolution and Medicine Seminar features Mitesh J. Borad, M.D., an assistant professor of medicine and director of Phase I Drug Development at Mayo Clinic in Arizona. He obtained his internal medical training at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and completed his medical oncology fellowship at Tulane University School of Medicine. Prior to joining Mayo Clinic, he spent three years at the Translational Genomics Research Institute as a Genomics Medicine Scholar. He has been serving on the NCI Hepatobiliary Task Force since 2011.

His research and clinical interests are in development of novel treatments for patients with biliary and liver cancers. His team has been engaged in whole genome analysis efforts in cholangiocarcinoma with focus on discovery of novel drug targets and their subsequent implementation in the clinic with the long range goal of providing precision medicine to patients with cholangiocarcinoma.

Thu
Sep
27

Unfortunately, many of our favorite recipes are delicious but not very healthy. ASU Nnutrition graduate students will teach techniques to modify your family’s favorite dishes. Learn recipe makeovers to create more healthful versions without sacrificing flavor

This class is taught by graduate students in the ASU nutrition program who are training to become registered dietitian nutritionists.

Thu
Sep
27

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
Sep
27

A new series kicks off at ASU's Polytechnic campus this fall to promote conversation across disciplines. The Humanities Dialogues at ASU Poly will each feature presentations by two faculty members sharing recent scholarship or projects. All students, faculty and staff are invited to attend! 

The first event in the series features faculty members Vanessa Fonseca-Chávez and Patricia Colleen Murphy on Sept. 27:

“Chicana Movidas: Activism and Archives in Rural Wyoming” by Vanessa Fonseca-Chávez

This presentation will focus on a documentary that highlights the struggles of a Chicano community in Riverton, Wyoming to advocate for improved living conditions in their South Park Barrio. At the forefront of organizing efforts were Chicanas who utilized their University of Wyoming education and a spirit of activism to create movidas in their barrio. The documentary blends archival footage from 1986 with new footage from 2016, when the South Park community came together to celebrate 30 years of Chicano activism.   

Vanessa Fonseca is an assistant professor of English at ASU Polytechnic campus, where she teaches courses on Chicana/o and indigenous literature and film. She co-directs the Following the Manito Trail project, which looks at the Hispanic New Mexican, or Manito, diaspora from the mid-1800s to the present. The project team has conducted about 40 interviews of New Mexicans who migrated to Wyoming in the early 1900s and is now looking at Eastern Arizona as a migration point for New Mexicans who found work in the sheepherding and mining industries. She is interested in oral histories, folklore, digital stories and how one develops a sense of place for home and for new environments as a result of migration.

“Superstition Review” by Patricia Murphy, founding editor of Superstition Review  

Superstition Review is the original online literary magazine at ASU. Founded in 2008, Superstition Review has published 21 issues featuring 1,084 international artists and authors. The magazine's audience of 51,000+ is constantly growing over nine social media channels, a blog, a newsletter and the magazine.

Patricia Murphy is a principal lecturer at ASU where she teaches magazine production. Since founding the literary magazine Superstition Review in 2008, she has served 285 student interns, many of whom have established successful careers in publishing, web design, freelance writing and academia. Murphy's book of poems "Hemming Flames" won the 2016 May Swenson Poetry Award and the Milton Kessler Poetry Award in 2017. She has published her writing in many of the top national literary magazines.

Mark your calendars now for the October and November events in this series, which will focus on: 

  • "Horror and Disguise" — Thursday, Oct. 25, noon to 1:15 p.m., Santa Catalina Hall 122, featuring presentations by Donald Guillory, James Sabata, Cindy McDonald and Jeni Grossman.
  • "Happiness and Beauty" — Thursday, Nov. 8, noon to 1:15 p.m., Santa Catalina Hall 122, featuring presentations by Elaine Yoshikawa and Ian Moulton.
Thu
Sep
27
For more information, please visit https://pac-12.com/womens-soccer/event/2018/09/27/colorado-arizona-state

Broadcast network: ASU Live Stream
Thu
Sep
27

Come hear from professionals in the health care field who make a difference in patient care and health care delivery who are not RNs. You will get to see a different side of health care and how you can be a member of these teams.

Fri
Sep
28

This exhibition features the collaborative work of five teams of ASU science and art students during their 2018 summer course at the Kilpisjärvi Biological Research Station in the far North of Finland, “Bio Arts: Sonoran and Arctic Environments.” The study abroad course brought together the New College's School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies and School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences to train students across the disciplines in art and science. This program is supported by the National Science Foundation and was led by ASU West Professors Becky Ball and Richard Lerman along with Dr. Antero Järvinen, director of the research station, which is operated by the University of Helsinki.

Fri
Sep
28

Typically loaded with fat and calories, comfort foods are usually a once-in-a-while treat rather than a staple. But we can help. ASU nutrition graduate students will demonstrate favorite dishes and give them a healthy makeover.

This class is taught by graduate students in the ASU nutrition program who are training to become registered dietitian nutritionists.

Limited to 20 employees.

Sat
Sep
29

This exhibition features the collaborative work of five teams of ASU science and art students during their 2018 summer course at the Kilpisjärvi Biological Research Station in the far North of Finland, “Bio Arts: Sonoran and Arctic Environments.” The study abroad course brought together the New College's School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies and School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences to train students across the disciplines in art and science. This program is supported by the National Science Foundation and was led by ASU West Professors Becky Ball and Richard Lerman along with Dr. Antero Järvinen, director of the research station, which is operated by the University of Helsinki.

Sun
Sep
30

This exhibition features the collaborative work of five teams of ASU science and art students during their 2018 summer course at the Kilpisjärvi Biological Research Station in the far North of Finland, “Bio Arts: Sonoran and Arctic Environments.” The study abroad course brought together the New College's School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies and School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences to train students across the disciplines in art and science. This program is supported by the National Science Foundation and was led by ASU West Professors Becky Ball and Richard Lerman along with Dr. Antero Järvinen, director of the research station, which is operated by the University of Helsinki.

October

Mon
Oct
1

This exhibition features the collaborative work of five teams of ASU science and art students during their 2018 summer course at the Kilpisjärvi Biological Research Station in the far North of Finland, “Bio Arts: Sonoran and Arctic Environments.” The study abroad course brought together the New College's School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies and School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences to train students across the disciplines in art and science. This program is supported by the National Science Foundation and was led by ASU West Professors Becky Ball and Richard Lerman along with Dr. Antero Järvinen, director of the research station, which is operated by the University of Helsinki.

Mon
Oct
1

Please join ASU President Michael M. Crow and Dean Jonathan Koppell for a historic university announcement in the College of Public Service and Community Solutions.

The Community Solutions Festival will be an interactive event highlighting impactful work of faculty, students and community partners. Remarks and announcement will begin at 11:30 a.m.

Sandwiches and refreshments will be served.

For tabling opportunities, email Breanna.Carpenter@asu.edu before Sept. 21.

Mon
Oct
1

Interested in graduate professional programs in veterinary medicine?

Learn more about the Washington-Idaho-Montana-Utah (WIMU) Regional Program in Veterinary Medicine (and enjoy pizza) at this presentation at ASU's Polytechnic campus. Find out what makes WIMU unique and review admission requirements, prerequisite coursework and the application process.  

After the presentation, you'll have the opportunity to meet with the admissions recruiter individually to discuss your progress toward being a competitive applicant and get answers to your questions. A limited number of spots are available for the one-on-one meetings, so priority will be given to junior or senior students and current WIMU applicants.

RSVP for the general presentation and sign up for an individual meeting by Sept. 27.

This event is co-sponsored by the Academic Success team in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts at ASU Polytechnic campus, and ASU Career Services.

 

Mon
Oct
1

Washington Post journalists Dan Balz, chief correspondent; Scott Clement, polling director; and Cathleen Decker, political campaign editor, sit down with former Washington Post Executive Editor Leonard Downie Jr., Weil Family Professor of Journalism, to examine the 2018 election. 

The talk is part of the Cronkite School's "Must See Mondays" lecture series, which brings leading journalists and media professionals to discuss the latest in the profession. 

 

Tue
Oct
2

This exhibition features the collaborative work of five teams of ASU science and art students during their 2018 summer course at the Kilpisjärvi Biological Research Station in the far North of Finland, “Bio Arts: Sonoran and Arctic Environments.” The study abroad course brought together the New College's School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies and School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences to train students across the disciplines in art and science. This program is supported by the National Science Foundation and was led by ASU West Professors Becky Ball and Richard Lerman along with Dr. Antero Järvinen, director of the research station, which is operated by the University of Helsinki.

Tue
Oct
2

The Working Parents Network is a peer-led network that connects employees who are parents of children age five and younger.

We recognize balancing both career and family can be challenging at times. The network focuses on supporting working parents through peer support, tips and strategies to make it all work. We provide campus and community resources and a professional presentation on a child development topic each semester.

The network meets on the first Tuesday of each month at the Downtown Phoenix and Tempe campuses.

Contact Cindy Meza for location and meeting times for the Working Parents Network.

The Arizona State University Employee Assistance Office sponsors this event.

Tue
Oct
2

In this Town Hall Debate presented by the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, various leaders will debate the motion that even if they are constitutional, states and cities should not adopt sanctuary policies.

The debate will be moderated by Assisant Professor Allan Colbern. Those in favor of the motion include Mark Spencer, Phoenix police officer from 1988 to 2012 and president of the Phoenix Law Enforcement Association from 2007 to 2011, and Jessica M. Vaughan, director of policy studies for the Center for Immigration Studies. Those against the motion include Chris Newman, legal director and general counsel for National Day Laborer Organizing Network, and Monica W. Varsanyi, professor of political science at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and doctoral faculty of geography and criminal justice at City University of New York.

The Town Hall Debate is open to the public. The School of Social and Behavioral Sciences is committed to engagement of civil discourse and conversation intended to enhance understanding.

Wed
Oct
3

This exhibition features the collaborative work of five teams of ASU science and art students during their 2018 summer course at the Kilpisjärvi Biological Research Station in the far North of Finland, “Bio Arts: Sonoran and Arctic Environments.” The study abroad course brought together the New College's School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies and School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences to train students across the disciplines in art and science. This program is supported by the National Science Foundation and was led by ASU West Professors Becky Ball and Richard Lerman along with Dr. Antero Järvinen, director of the research station, which is operated by the University of Helsinki.

Wed
Oct
3

As part of the Heath Careers Workshop series, come learn how to utilize the tools to effectively network and make connections in the health care field. You will be able to identify alumni and practitioners to reach out to and do informational interviews as well as build your network.

Wed
Oct
3

ASU Library will be offering drop-in sessions to provide in-person support for the migration of your RefWorks citation data to a new citation manager (Zotero, Mendeley or EndNote).

Bring your laptop and library staff will help you set up a new account, add your RefWorks data and get comfortable adding new files and citations. Participants without laptops are also welcome to attend, but they will not have hands-on experience in the session. 

Because of low usage and new technology platforms, ASU Library will be ending its subscription to RefWorks, effective June 30, 2019. Learn more here.

Other scheduled drop-in sessions are listed below. If you are unable to attend one of these drop-in sessions, please check lib.asu.edu/refworks-transition for information about future sessions.

Tempe campus
Thursday, Oct. 4
2:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Noble Library, Instruction Room

West campus
Thursday, Oct. 4
2 to 3 p.m.
Fletcher Library 101

Polytechnic campus
Thursday, Oct. 18
2 to 3 p.m.
Polytechnic Library, Academic Center 20

Thu
Oct
4
The conference is a collaborative effort to:

• Highlight the accomplishments of women and girls from diverse communities.

• Educate women and girls of color through knowledge sharing and capacity building.

• Encourage institutions and industries to recruit and retain women and girls of color in STEM fields.

Conference activities and meals include:

• Four plenary sessions featuring two keynotes and two panels.

• Four breakout sessions featuring three distinct workshop tracks.

• Two buffet-style lunches.

• A welcome reception on Thursday evening with hors d'oeuvres.

• A structured networking activity on Friday evening with hors d'oeuvres and cocktails.

Registration

Early bird rates are available until July 20. For more information, please contact Kalani Rice, Program Manager at Kalani.M.Rice@asu.edu or call 480-727-0749.

The registration fee includes access to all conference activities and conference meals.

Price

• Early bird full registration (before July 20) — Student, $150; non-student, $350

• Full registration (after July 20) — Student, $200; non-student, $450

• Friday only — Student, $75; non-student, $200

• Saturday only — Student, $75; non-student, $200

Please check the conference schedule section in summer 2018 for the complete schedule of keynote speakers and breakout sessions.

Thu
Oct
4

ASU Library will be offering drop-in sessions to provide in-person support for the migration of your RefWorks citation data to a new citation manager (Zotero, Mendeley or EndNote).

Bring your laptop and library staff will help you set up a new account, add your RefWorks data and get comfortable adding new files and citations. Participants without laptops are also welcome to attend, but they will not have hands-on experience in the session. 

Because of low usage and new technology platforms, ASU Library will be ending its subscription to RefWorks, effective June 30, 2019. Learn more here.

Other scheduled drop-in sessions are listed below. If you are unable to attend one of these drop-in sessions, please check lib.asu.edu/refworks-transition for information about future sessions.

Downtown Phoenix campus
Wednesday, Oct. 3
2 to 3 p.m.
Downtown Library, University Center L1-82

Tempe campus
Thursday, Oct. 4
2:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Noble Library, Instruction Room

Polytechnic campus
Thursday, Oct. 18
2 to 3 p.m.
Polytechnic Library, Academic Center 20

Fri
Oct
5

The well-being of a nation and its presidents is in the hands of a few good cooks.

Glimpse a fascinating piece of presidential history seen through the eyes of the African Americans who worked in the White House kitchens through the centuries.

Join us for this free event as James Beard Award-winning author Adrian Miller tells the stories of these behind-the-scenes chefs in a discussion of his book, "The President's Kitchen Cabinet: The Story of the African Americans Who Have Fed Our First Families, from the Washingtons to the Obamas."

Event highlights include:

  • Food sampling
  • Book signing
  • Audience Q&A with the author

Make it part of your First Friday visit to downtown Phoenix!

Tue
Oct
9

Join us to learn about Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) funding opportunities, which are broader than you might think. Hear from DARPA expert Jamie Winterton of the Global Security Initiative. Bring with you a three-slide presentation outlining your research program. The third slide should be a word cloud showcasing your research areas. Please RSVP to Lara Ferry directly.

 

Thu
Oct
11

You're busy — we get it!

Don't have time to schedule a career advising appointment? Not a problem!

Drop in and meet with Alison Binford to get answers to your career questions, get your resume reviewed, explore career paths that best fit your interests, and more!

Thu
Oct
11

All benefits-eligible Arizona State University employees are welcome. Non benefits-eligible employees may receive a flu shot for a nominal fee — cash or check only. HIP participants can earn 25 HIP points.

To receive a free flu shot you will need:

• A valid state-issued Arizona employee insurance card
• A valid ASU ID

There are no exceptions to these requirements. Shots will be given on a first-come, first-served basis for as long as the supply lasts.

 CDC vaccine information statement

Thu
Oct
11

While queer marriage isn’t legal in mainland China, more gays and lesbians are coming out, creating a just-beginning-to-be-addressed economic force. Taobao (China’s e-commerce platform akin to Amazon in the United States), for example, recently sponsored a wedding competition in which gay and lesbian Chinese couples vied to win 10 all-expense-paid trips to marry in Los Angeles and get, essentially, a marriage certificate from a foreign country.

Join ASU faculty member Terrie Wong as she uses the Taobao "Rainbow Love" contest to discuss her research on the growing pink market in China and how corporations are joining with LGBTQ nongovernmental organizations to market to China’s gays and lesbians. This lecture is based on Wong's co-authored article "More Coming Out, Bigger Market: Queer Visibility and Queer Subjectivity in the Chinese Pink Market," which is currently under review.

Wong is a lecturer in communication in the faculty of languages and cultures in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts at ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus, with research expertise in intercultural communication issues such as cultural identity and cultural hybridity. Over the last five years, she’s taught courses in many areas of communication at ASU and has recently begun writing on pink marketing and queer visibility.

The annual Humanities Lecture Series in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts provides opportunities at ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus to analyze, discuss and interpret current research and events in public discussions that help us understand and appreciate various points of view on political, social and cultural issues.

Mon
Oct
15

All benefits-eligible Arizona State University employees are welcome. Non benefits-eligible employees may receive a flu shot for a nominal fee — cash or check only. HIP participants can earn 25 HIP points.

To receive a free flu shot you will need:

• A valid state-issued Arizona employee insurance card
• A valid ASU ID

There are no exceptions to these requirements. Shots will be given on a first-come, first-served basis for as long as the supply lasts.

 CDC vaccine information statement

Mon
Oct
15

Kim L. Hunter, president and CEO of Lagrant Communications, discusses the explosive growth of integrated marketing and communications with former Edelman U.S. President and CEO Mark Hass, professor of practice in strategic communications.

The talk is part of the Cronkite School's "Must See Mondays" lecture series, which brings leading journalists and media professionals to discuss the latest in the profession. 

Tue
Oct
16
Your graduation is our shared goal, but in order to participate in graduation, you must purchase the official Arizona State University cap, gown and tassel. Graduation regalia is offered through Herff Jones and can be purchased during Grad Fair, which is the only time the graduation packages will be discounted.
Tue
Oct
16

The Arizona Parking and Transit Services department will host a series of bicycle registration events as part of Bike Month in October. Each event will run from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Bring your bike and ASU ID to register your bike. Light refreshments will be served.

ASU Police will be on hand at the events to discuss bike safety while Enterprise CarShare and Grid Bike Share will be in attendance to provide program information. Maricopa County’s Travel Reduction Program will present sustainable transportation options.

Wed
Oct
17

All benefits-eligible Arizona State University employees are welcome. Non benefits-eligible employees may receive a flu shot for a nominal fee — cash or check only. HIP participants can earn 25 HIP points.

To receive a free flu shot you will need:

• A valid state-issued Arizona employee insurance card
• A valid ASU ID

There are no exceptions to these requirements. Shots will be given on a first-come, first-served basis for as long as the supply lasts.

 CDC vaccine information statement

Wed
Oct
17

Workshop sessions and lunch time events, covering topics related to career development, workplace skills, leadership training, supervisory training, financial planning and work-life balance. The free conference is open to all ASU faculty, staff and students. Sponsored by the Commission of the Status of Women and ASU Staff Council.

Wed
Oct
17

Workshop sessions and lunch time events, covering topics related to career development, workplace skills, leadership training, supervisory training, financial planning and work-life balance. The free conference is open to all ASU faculty, staff and students. Sponsored by the Commission of the Status of Women and ASU Staff Council.

Wed
Oct
17

Workshop sessions and lunch time events, covering topics related to career development, workplace skills, leadership training, supervisory training, financial planning and work-life balance. The free conference is open to all ASU faculty, staff and students. Sponsored by the Commission of the Status of Women and ASU Staff Council.

Wed
Oct
17

All law students are invited to join the Clinical Program clinicians and current student attorneys to explore clinics as part of your law school experience.

Learn what clinics are available for you to participate in and about the responsibility you would have to assist a client in real-world legal issues.

Please join us to enjoy some food and learn more about the variety of clinics at the law school and how you can get involved.

Wed
Oct
17

Explore careers in health care and related fields. Meet with representatives from various local organizations and discover career options. All students and alumni are welcome!

Wed
Oct
17

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

Medical marijuana is touted as a miracle drug for everything from anxiety to epilepsy. It’s also big business in Arizona, with dispensaries selling more than 40 tons of cannabis products in 2017, bringing in millions of state tax dollars. Yet the medical profession is divided on the benefits and dangers of this drug, which remains illegal in 20 states.

What’s the truth about medical cannabis? Join the discussion as a panel explores the medical evidence, the risks and the realities of this controversial substance, including an audience Q&A. The event will be recorded as a live podcast.

Doors open at 4:30 p.m.

Thu
Oct
18
Your graduation is our shared goal, but in order to participate in graduation, you must purchase the official Arizona State University cap, gown and tassel. Graduation regalia is offered through Herff Jones and can be purchased during Grad Fair, which is the only time the graduation packages will be discounted.
Thu
Oct
18

You're busy — we get it!

Don't have time to schedule a career advising appointment? Not a problem!

Drop in and meet with Alison Binford to get answers to your career questions, get your resume reviewed, explore career paths that best fit your interests, and more!

Thu
Oct
18

ASU Library will be offering drop-in sessions to provide in-person support for the migration of your RefWorks citation data to a new citation manager (Zotero, Mendeley or EndNote).

Bring your laptop and library staff will help you set up a new account, add your RefWorks data and get comfortable adding new files and citations. Participants without laptops are also welcome to attend, but they will not have hands-on experience in the session. 

Because of low usage and new technology platforms, ASU Library will be ending its subscription to RefWorks, effective June 30, 2019. Learn more here.

Other scheduled drop-in sessions are listed below. If you are unable to attend one of these drop-in sessions, please check lib.asu.edu/refworks-transition for information about future sessions.

Downtown Phoenix campus
Wednesday, Oct. 3
2 to 3 p.m.
Downtown Library, University Center L1-82

Tempe campus
Thursday, Oct. 4
2:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Noble Library, Instruction Room

West campus
Thursday, Oct. 4
2 to 3 p.m.
Fletcher Library 101

Thu
Oct
18

Monthly faculty meeting with director.

Thu
Oct
18

Build a sundae while you build your resume with your career peer in residence, Miranda.

Stack your favorite toppings on your ice cream and let us help you turn your experience into a resume that represents you professionally.

Fri
Oct
19

This conference will offer a survey of legal issues in consumer law, eminent domain and research in Navajo case law, case law updates and an exploration in fundamental law. It is ideal training for tribal court advocates, tribal court practitioners, tribal court prosecutors, tribal court defenders, tribal council members, Indian law attorneys and attorneys practicing on and near the Navajo Nation Reservation, tribal liaisons, government legislators, Navajo Nation Bar members, law students, teachers, professors and students of American Indian studies. 

Agenda and registration are available at law.asu.edu/navajolaw.

Early Registration: $200 by 5 p.m. Sept. 25
Standard Registration: $250 by 5 p.m. Oct. 16
Walk-In Registration: $275 by 8 a.m. Oct. 19

Tue
Oct
23

An in depth look on the promotion and tenure process and requirements. For tenure-track/tenured faculty only.

Wed
Oct
24

Explore careers in public service at this casual networking event. Meet ASU alumni from various local organizations and discover how they navigated their career paths in public service. All students and alumni are welcome!

Wed
Oct
24

Come hear from nursing professionals about what skills and experiences you need to stand out in the application process. Ask questions about the day-to-day work and what other opportunities exist within the nursing field.

Thu
Oct
25
Your graduation is our shared goal, but in order to participate in graduation, you must purchase the official Arizona State University cap, gown and tassel. Graduation regalia is offered through Herff Jones and can be purchased during Grad Fair, which is the only time the graduation packages will be discounted.
Tue
Oct
30

New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences faculty colloquium

Wed
Oct
31

This workshop provides insight into personal work-life balance. You will gain essential tools to manage work and life more effectively, while increasing productivity and overall satisfaction. Cindy Montgomery is a licensed associate counselor with the Board of Behavior Health Examiners for the state of Arizona. 

November

Fri
Nov
2

Learn about delicious and unique vegetable side dishes, appetizers and dinner entrees that will liven up your recipe repertoire. This class is taught by graduate students in the ASU nutrition program who are training to become registered dietitian nutritionists.

Fri
Nov
2

Class reunion for ASU Law alumni from the graduating classes of 1978, 1988, 1998 and 2008.

Re-connect, reminisce and find out what's new with your ASU Law classmates!  The evening's festivities will include a cocktail reception on the patio, tours of the new building, dinner buffet with program, presentation by Dean Doug Sylvester, interactive class trivia game and entertainment. Dinner seating will be by class year.

Price and registration

Cost is estimated at $50-$60 per person (to be finalized) and includes reception, hosted bar, dinner buffet, parking and a gift for alumni.

Please let us know if you are planning to join us and register at https://forms.law.asu.edu/view.php?id=476906

A note on class year

Did you graduate in the summer (August) or fall (December) of 1977, 1987, 1997 or 2007?  If so, then you are part of the graduating class of 1978, 1988, 1998 or 2008 respectively and this is your reunion year.

Are you are part of the incoming class of 1975, 1985, 1995 or 2005 or identify with one of the graduating classes "on the 8's"? If so, then you are welcome to attend.

Would you like to help? We need alumni class representatives from each class year to assist with planning the event and encouraging your classmates to attend. Indicate your interest below and Alumni Director Julia Moore will contact you.

Questions?

Email julia.l.moore@asu.edu or call 480-965-3112

This event is hosted by the ASU Law Office of Alumni Relations and the ASU Law Alumni Association.

Tue
Nov
6

Earn ASU credit while living and exploring the world. With over 250 study abroad programs in more than 65 countries, you can find what you're looking for — whether it be academic, personal or professional experiences. Join us on Backus Mall anytime from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. What will you discover abroad?

During the Showcase:

  • Learn about spring 2019, summer 2019 and fall 2019 programs before the March 1 deadline — many of which are designed for Polytechnic-based majors.
  • Chat with us, including our study abroad alumni who know what it's like to be in your shoes.
  • Meet ASU faculty who lead programs abroad.
Thu
Nov
8

Enjoy some sweet treats and get the inside info on how to rock your next job or internship interview.

Meet with your career peer In residence, Miranda to learn more about ways to make a great impression. Then book an appointment to practice your skills with one of our career advisers.

Fri
Nov
9

Are you uncertain about how much of a book you can post in your class? Are you tired of wondering when you can and cannot link to a webpage? Frustrated and confused about figuring out how to use a video? And what is the deal with “fair use” anyway?

Join us for an interactive workshop, presented by ASU Library, in which you will learn strategies to better navigate U.S. copyright law and fair use in educational situations. RSVP is required.

For more information, contact Anali Perry, scholarly communications librarian, at anali.perry@asu.edu.

This workshop is being offered remotely and at various times throughout the year on three campuses:

Downtown Phoenix campus
Sept. 18, 2018
10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Downtown Library Instruction Lab

Tempe campus
Oct. 9, 2018
10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Noble Library 105

Webinar on Zoom
Jan. 4, 2019
1 p.m. to 2 p.m.
https://asu.zoom.us/j/925982676

Fri
Nov
9

You are invited to the Indian Legal Program’s 30th anniversary celebration, which will include a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) program followed by a fun evening reception with silent auction and live music.

Join ILP alumni, students and prominent faculty and bid on the signature ledger art piece created by Dallin Maybee (‘11) that will be auctioned off at the event. Mark your calendar and join us for this very special evening!

All net proceeds benefit the ILP's operation and scholarship accounts. Silent auction Items and event sponsorships welcome.

Registration will open soon.

Time description

CLE 2–5 p.m. and reception 5–9 p.m.

Location

• Ak-Chin Indian Community Conference Center
• Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation Courtyard
• Beus Center for Law and Society, 111 E. Taylor St., Phoenix AZ 85004

Questions? Contact Kate Rosier at kate.rosier@asu.edu

Sat
Nov
10

The Native American Heritage Festival featuring the 18th Annual Veterans Day Weekend Traditional Pow Wow celebrates Native American heritage and honors the contributions of all U.S. veterans. 

Free admission and free parking. This event is open to all. Join us! 

• 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m. — Native American Heritage Festival begins
• 1 p.m. — Pow Wow Grand Entry, Fletcher Lawn
• 1–5 p.m. — Pow Wow dancing and music continues
• 5–6 p.m. – Pow Wow dinner break
• 6–7 p.m. — Gourd Dancing
• 7–7:30 p.m. — Veterans' Recognition and Grand Entry
• 7:30–10 p.m. — Pow Wow dancing and music continues
• 10 p.m. — Closing

Native arts and crafts will be for sale. Food trucks will be on hand. Art demonstrations will take place including screen printing by Jacob Meders. The ASU Teachers of the Future student club is hosting kids’ activities.

Attendees are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs. (Limited seating will be provided for tribal elders.)

Volunteers are needed to help stage the event; to sign up to volunteer, email WestEvents@asu.edu

The Pow Wow is sponsored by the Native American Events Committee and Arizona State University’s Office of Government and Community Engagement. Special thanks to the other organizations supporting the event, which include ASU American Indian Student Support Services, ASU Office of Student Engagement - West campus, ASU Office of Student and Cultural Engagement - Tempe campus, the ASU Teachers of the Future student club and the Glendale Community College Native American Student Association.

Mon
Nov
12

R.A.D. Systems is a program of self-defense tactics and techniques open to women in the Arizona State University community. The R.A.D. System is a comprehensive course for women that begins with awareness, prevention, risk reduction and avoidance that progresses to the basics of hands-on defensive training. Those who complete the course receive R.A.D. certification.

To receive R.A.D. certification, you must complete all training sessions. If you are unable to attend consecutive sessions, tell your instructor to discuss enrollment in other sessions.

Sessions:

  • 6–10 p.m. Nov. 12
  • 6–10 p.m. Nov. 14 
  • 6–10 p.m. Nov. 16

R.A.D. is not a martial arts program. Participants should wear comfortable workout-type attire and athletic shoes. No sandals or flip-flops.

Learn more about the program on the ASU PD R.A.D. webpage.

Wed
Nov
14

As part of the Heath Careers Workshop series, come learn how you can leverage your student leadership position by applying the skills learned to your resume, and in answering interview questions. Whether you have been running a student organization, working in an office, or being part of community service projects, you will learn how to tailor that experience into something employers are looking for.

Wed
Nov
14

This course will help you manage and reduce stress during the hectic holiday season.

Thu
Nov
15

Join University Sustainability Practices to learn about how ASU uses water on each of its campuses.

Internal and external partners will present ways to conserve water both on- and off-campus.

Thu
Nov
15

Monthly faculty meeting with director.

Fri
Nov
16

There are many foods and nutrients that will strengthen your immune system. We will demonstrate some delicious and healthy recipes to help give your immune system a helping hand so you can stay healthy this season. This class is taught by graduate students in the ASU nutrition program who are training to become registered dietitian nutritionists.

Limited to 20 employees.

Fri
Nov
16

You are invited to attend the sixth Gold 'n Gavel Auction and Reception.

Tickets are now on sale for ASU Law’s 6th Annual Gold ‘n Gavel Auction and Reception. We at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University look forward to connecting and celebrating achievements with our amazing community! Early bird tickets are $85 per person  ($70 for ASU Law students) through Oct. 19. Proceeds support law school student scholarships and programs. 
      
The theme for this year’s signature event is League of Legal Heroes. As part of the festivities, we are recognizing 13 heroes and those who nominated them, as well as one very special alum. Heroes were selected for having a positive impact on students, alumni and friends of ASU Law, and for their overall contributions to advance the legal community. Visit the Gold 'n Gavel website or follow us on social media as we continue to reveal this year’s honorees. 

Mon
Nov
26

This course will help you manage and reduce stress during the hectic holiday season.

Tue
Nov
27

Walking is a great way to burn calories and clear your mind at the same time. If you need motivation, meet with Employee Wellness Program Manager Liz Badalamenti, RN, BSN, to learn how to start your own walking group and get the tools necessary to be successful. We will talk for 30 minutes and walk for 30 minutes, so bring your sneakers. Badalamenti has 31 years of experience in clinical, educational and academic roles.

Tue
Nov
27

Outlines the SRCA Grant Program process and application for 2019.

Wed
Nov
28

Walking is a great way to burn calories and clear your mind at the same time. If you need motivation, meet with Employee Wellness Program Manager Liz Badalamenti, RN, BSN, to learn how to start your own walking group and get the tools necessary to be successful. We will talk for 30 minutes and walk for 30 minutes, so bring your sneakers. Badalamenti has 31 years of experience in clinical, educational and academic roles.

December

Wed
Dec
5

An exhilarating, effective, easy-to-follow, Latin-inspired, calorie-burning dance party where you will lose yourself in the music. A Sun Devil Fitness Complex instructor will be leading the class. Please bring a towel, water and come dressed to participate.

Fri
Dec
7

Have you thought about going to law school? If so, ASU Law Day is a great opportunity to learn about the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, ranked No. 27.

ASU Law Day will include the admissions process, various degree programs (law school is not just for lawyers now — you can earn a master's degree in law in one year), student life, career services support and more!

You will meet Dean Douglas Sylvester, faculty, staff and current students who will share what makes ASU Law a place of excellence for your legal education. 

2019

January

Tue
Jan
29

The goal of the workshop is to delve deeper into mindful practice in order to set your intention for this year and to create a sense of stability while moving forward in your journey.

February

Wed
Feb
13

The goal of this workshop is to facilitate a conversation around compassion and practice promoting positive spaces and compassionate work in the participant’s lives.

March

Fri
Mar
1

Center for Mindfulness, Compassion and Resilience is excited to invite you to our first “Mindfulness Leadership” Professional Development Certificate workshop hosted by Dean Teri Pipe, ASU's chief well-being officer. Participating in this workshop will teach you skills to incorporate mindfulness into your own life and lead mindfulness efforts in your department, organization or family. Recommended for those who aim to be proponents of well-being in their communities.

Sat
Mar
2

This event brings talented minds from high school and colleges in Arizona to solve challenging, real-world problems that face today’s cyber professionals, digital forensic scientists and network/security/system engineers.

The Cybersecurity Challenge includes:

• Developing strategies for protecting assets in enterprise networks

• Performing digital forensic analytics for detecting and analyzing cyberattacks

• Identifying and patching a series of cross-layer vulnerabilities in the networking devices or end systems

• Analyzing the structure, content, behaviors and potential damage of mysterious executables and virus/worm packets

April

Tue
Apr
16

NCIAS faculty colloquium