Events

2019

November

Wed
Nov
13

We encourage all Barrett students to take advantage of these "life hacking" opportunities for personal, professional and career development. These opportunities are meant to be quick, hands-on training sessions, each focusing on something different but essential to "adulting." For this month's session, students will be focusing on best practices to take better care of themselves, as well as best practices on how to manage their overall stress to ensure they stay balanced and well. 

Wed
Nov
13

Learn how to create an effective resume and cover letter for your application to work for ASU Housing as a Community Assistant or RASCAL. We will also cover important preparation tips to stand out in the application process!

Wed
Nov
13

In “Anchorman,” Ron Burgundy is San Diego's top-rated newsman in the male-dominated broadcasting era of the 1970s, but that's all about to change when an ambitious woman is hired as a new anchor.

The film will be introduced by Cronkite School Associate Dean Mark Lodato.

Wed
Nov
13

The Visiting Quartet Residency Program presents the fall culmination concert performed by chamber groups who have coached with the Brentano Quartet.

Thu
Nov
14

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

  • Adequate investing to retire at the 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
Nov
14

On Sun Devil Gratitude Day, November 15, we honor and celebrate the generous donors whose support and impact through philanthropy means so much to Arizona State University and the Sun Devil community.

In anticipation of Sun Devil Gratitude Day, join us on Thursday, November 14th by stopping at the ASU Foundation's table near the Tempe campus Memorial Union between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. to sign a thank-you postcard and let our donors know how much they're appreciated! Let them hear from you, some of their biggest fans.

 

Thu
Nov
14

Take a break, you deserve it! 

Join the ASU Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention Program and Sun Devil Support Network to learn about ways to reduce stress, practice self-care and get involved. 

*Coffee is provided.*

Thu
Nov
14

Take a break, you deserve it! 

Join the ASU Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention Program, Sun Devil Support Network, Barrett The Honors College and Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation to learn about ways to practice self-care and get involved. 

*Coffee is provided.*

Thu
Nov
14

Arizona State University's Environmental Health and Safety department invite you to attend the 2019 Compliance Officer Fall Luncheon.

The luncheon will feature presentations, recipients of the EHS Award for Excellence and updates on the Compliance Officer program. Please share your attendance by RSVP'ing to the event.

Guests may download the agenda, located at the bottom of this event listing, for full luncheon details. Program is subject to change. 

Thu
Nov
14

Please join ASU President Michael M. Crow for a convening of educators. 

Thu
Nov
14

"Nāntli Cemanāhuatl" is a MFA thesis exhibition by artist Estephania González. Combining sculpture and video, González takes inspiration from cosmology narratives found in ancient Mexica (Aztec) culture, contemporary Chilean indigenous culture and physics to develop her own cosmological narrative. González’s installation uses performance, video and animation to explore the connection between body, land and the cosmic universe. She focuses on the concept of the journey to explore the relationship between the personal, political and universal identity of herself to connect to others.

Thu
Nov
14

Economic factors can create a barrier that limits access to health care as well as affects the quality of care people receive.

Join a lunchtime panel discussion about some of the economic obstacles to health care, especially among underserved populations. Health Solutions researchers and leading community health professionals will highlight some of their efforts as well as explore additional solutions to improve the health of all Arizonans.

Panel:
Chad Stecher
Assistant professor, College of Health Solutions
Maurice Lee
Chief medical officer, Virginia G. Piper Medical and Dental Clinic, The Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Wayne Tormala
Chief, Bureau of Chronic Disease and Health Promotions, Arizona Department of Health Services

The event will also be livestreamed to the Tempe campus in Coor Hall 2342 / Observation Room J.

No RSVP required. Lunch will be served at both locations.

ASU’s College of Health Solutions offers its Health Talks speaker series to inspire collaboration and conversation on important topics in health.

Thu
Nov
14

Looking for some decorating ideas this holiday season? Come to the ASU Library mkrspace for our DIY Paper Turkey workshop! Come discover your creative side by learning how to make a turkey out of a book. Thanksgiving is around the corner so why not display your own artwork this season? We will guide you in a step-by-step process of how to build a turkey from a book. Hope to see you there! 

Thu
Nov
14

Bio: Sha Xin Wei is a professor in the School of Arts, Media and Engineering (AME) and director of the Synthesis Center for responsive environments and improvisation, with colleagues in AME and affiliate research centers. From 2005-2013, Sha was the Canada Research chair in media arts and sciences, and associate professor of fine arts at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. From 2001 to 2013, he directed the Topological Media Lab (TML), an atelier-laboratory for the study of gesture and materiality from computational and phenomenological perspectives. He established the TML at Georgia Institute of Technology in 2001, and moved the lab to Montreal in 2005 with the support of the Canada Fund for Innovation and the CRC.

Abstract: A conversation bringing to the fore the multiple different manifestations of classical and contemporary AI approaches in art, engineering and beyond. This discussion will be led by Sha Xin Wei who will discuss historical trends, ethical implications and future possibilities. Pavan Turaga will also participate in the conversation, bringing applied perspectives rooted in collaborative projects spanning engineering, arts and science. The conversation will also include other AME faculty reflections on how they view AI as an enabler in their own work.

Thu
Nov
14

How will the China Belt and Road Initiative re-shape the global future?

Thursday Nov. 14, 2019
3-4:30 p.m.
Pima Auditorium, Memorial Union
ASU Tempe campus
 

Join us for the fifth talk in the Development Reimagined series, focused on the theme of disrupting development and the future through innovative approaches and new thinking. This talk features a distinguished panel of experts who will be discussing China's Belt and Road Initation and its impact on development all around the world.

 

Panelists:

Amanda Ellis is the executive director, Hawaii and Asia-Pacific and director of strategic partnerships for the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability at Arizona State University. She is an adjunct senior fellow at the East West Center where, from 2016-2018, she served as special advisor for International Programs and Partnerships in the Office of the President on secondment from the New Zealand Foreign Ministry. Until March 2016 Ms. Ellis served as New Zealand's head of mission and ambassador to the United Nations in Geneva and the Prime Minister's special envoy to Francophone Africa. From 2010 she was deputy secretary international development and the first woman to head the New Zealand Aid Program. Prior to this, Ms. Ellis was lead specialist in the Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Group at the World Bank Group in Washington D.C., where she managed the World Bank President's Global Private Sector CEO Leaders Forum and led the Doing Business gender research 

 

 

 

 

Tom Narins is an assistant professor of geography with research interests in Chinese-Latin American political and economic relations, political geography and international political economy. Professor Narins teaches courses such as "Global China in the World Order", as well as courses in political, urban and world regional geography. His work investigates China’s geopolitical logic and considers the country’s broader goals beyond its territorial borders in the emerging multi-polar world order. His research questions China’s presumed dominance as the new international power player in the developing world.

 

 

 

 

 

Chentao Cui For the last seven years Chentao has worked as a television journalist at the Yunnan Report Station of China Central Television (CCTV), the biggest TV station in China. His main responsibility is to conduct interviews and report the news in Yunnan Province, such as breaking news about earthquakes, debris flow and border conflicts. He also focuses on covering stories about doctors and teachers working in the rural part of China, and concerns including the problems of minorities' traditional culture, pollution and endangered species protection. Chentao has produced more than 1,000 TV news reports and interviews, including 200 live TV broadcasts. 

 

 

 

 

Noreen Shams is a multimedia journalist with 10 years of experience in traditional and online media. She has contributed to Pakistan's daily newspapers, as well as the high ranking magazine, Herald. She makes documentaries and multimedia reports on various topics, and has worked on legislation of newspapers, news agencies and books act, along with other leading journalists of Pakistan. She hosts a morning radio show on politics and social media trends and trains media professionals and students on mobile journalism. Her work has focused on the country's political situations and she covered three Pakistani general elections. She served as a political commentator for various TV channels, and was selected as an ICFJ fellow to go to CNN headquarters in Atlanta, where she reported on Malala when she was shot by the Taliban in October 2012. 

Moderator: 

Britt Crow-Miller is an assistant professor at the School for the Future of Innovation in Society at Arizona State University. Her research focuses on the question of how power, politics and technologies work to shape and constrain development pathways and their socio-environmental impacts in China, the Western U.S. and around the world. 

 Crow-Miller's recent work examines the underlying political-economic agendas driving China's South-North Water Transfer Project, the world's largest water control project to date, which lubricates urban and industrial growth in North China. She also has ongoing projects dealing with scalar politics, the transregional implications of Chinese infrastructure projects and innovations in sustainable urban water management and collaboration in the American West.

 

Thu
Nov
14

Please join the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies staff for an informal meet and greet. This is a great opportunity to spend some time with our team, learn about our new programs and talk to our director, Ayanna Thompson, about the center’s goals and programming.

Refreshments will be served.

Thu
Nov
14

MNS Seminar

Thu
Nov
14

Join us for a collaborative workshop facilitated by Julia Himberg, author of "The New Gay for Pay."

This is not your average book talk. Julia Himberg invites faculty, graduate students and anyone interested in social change, advocacy and activism to talk to each other about how to get out of the academic "comfort zone" and make our work accessible to a public audience.

This workshop is designed to benefit your research and offer a workshop-style, collaborative space. Guests will have the option to present their own 90-second lightning talks on their topic of research in relation to social change, advocacy and activism. Together, the talks and following table discussions will bridge the gap between what we research and how we can inform the public about that research.

Himberg's "The New Gay for Pay" was awarded honorable mention at the 2019 Institute for Humanities Research Book Award. The book, which will serve as the foundation of this workshop, investigates the complex and multifaceted ways that television production participates in constructing sexuality, sexual identities and communities and sexual politics.

Light refreshments will be served.

About Julia Himberg

Julia Himberg is associate professor of film and media studies at Arizona State University. She is the author of "The New Gay For Pay: The Sexual Politics of American Television Production" (University of Texas Press, 2017). Her work has appeared in journals such as Television & New Media, Journal of Cinema & Media Studies, Communication, Culture & Critique, among others. She teaches courses on sexuality and gender identity, television culture and history, media industries, digital media, and consumer culture. She also serves on the board of GLSEN Phoenix, an organization which works for safe schools in K–12 education. You can follow her on Twitter at @Jhimberg.

Thu
Nov
14

Curious about going to graduate school? Learn about opportunities as a designer! Our free Graduate Info Sessions will provide details on what resources are available to you, whether you want to continue your education as a designer or how to switch your career path.

If you have any questions about a design program or the process to apply, we'll explain the admissions process in detail. Plus, you'll have the chance to chat with faculty and current students about the program you're interested in during the in-person sessions.

We have three Graduate Information Sessions available:

  • 5 to 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 10:  — College of Design North Room 64
  • 7:30 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 6: Phoenix time — Virtual Session
  • 4 to 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 14:  — College of Design South Tall Hall

For more information or to RSVP to any of the three upcoming sessions, email designgrad@asu.edu.

Learn about our programs at http://design.asu.edu.

Thu
Nov
14

Annual lecture series featuring: Pardis Mahdavi, director and professor, School of Transformation

Summary: We are at a turning point in how we think about feminism, womanhood and resistance. In the U.S., feminism is under attack from the right, the left and from within⁠ — causing American feminists to be "triple bind." Across the atlantic, women are engaging in these same struggles and finding their feat through friendships formed between the threads of activism and similar struggles. Through the narrative of feminist activists in Iran, Tunisia and India, experience the "triple bind" stories of women in West and South Asia. These women are simultaneously fighting the state, their religions and themselves — meanwhile all informed by a patriarchy. Many women struggle with expectations of womanhood, but there is much to learn from the way that women in the Middle East and South Asia engage in feminism. Learn about the inspiring Iran's Green Movement, Tunisia's Arab Spring and the landmark repeal of Section 377 in India to decriminalize homosexuality and how these highlight roles in regards to feminism.

This ethographically informed project is an opportunity for feminists and those interested in women's issues to explore a different kind of feminism, as well as the opportunity to learn about this feminism in the lives of women outside the context of Europe or America, thus creating a truly transnational feminist movement in the wake of #MeToo.

This event is a part of the annual CAIS Lecture Series.

Thu
Nov
14
The School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership welcomes Forrest Nabors to Arizona State University for a faculty and student seminar.

Dr. Forrest Nabors is Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Political Science at the University of Alaska Anchorage. He is author of From Oligarchy to Republicanism: The Great Task of Reconstruction, which won the award for best book in American Political Thought in 2017. He earned his doctorate in political science at the University of Oregon and is a former business executive in high technology. 

Seminar Topic: The purpose of the extended republic was not only to prevent the ascendancy of unjust factions, but also to increase the probability that natural justice would become the ruling principle of the United States. James Madison and Aristotle have similar views on what natural justice is, but Aristotle believed that a just political regime could only endure as long as the life of a just king or aristocracy.
Thu
Nov
14

This event has been canceled.

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

 

Thu
Nov
14

Farm to table. School gardens. Food and nutrition advocacy. The conversation surrounding food these days is more than just what’s for dinner, and women are key players driving innovation in every aspect of our food systems. 

Join ASU's College of Health Solutions for a discussion led by some of the leading food entrepreneurs and innovators in the Phoenix metro area while you sample some of Arizona’s eclectic cuisine at this free event:

Sara Dolan, farm manager, Blue Sky Organic Farms

Patricia Johnson, vice president of nutrition services, Fuel Up to Play 60

Ashley Schimke, national farm-to-school network specialist, Arizona Department of Education

Adrienne Udarbe, executive director, Pinnacle Prevention

Thu
Nov
14

Acclaimed authors Professor Dina Gilio-Whitaker ("As Long As Grass Grows") and Reverend Robert W. Lee ("A Sin By Any Other Name") will engage with ASU and Arizona communities about critical issues of race, place, memory, justice and America's histories in a public dialogue moderated by center Director Lois Brown, PhD.

Q&A and book signing will immediately follow. Light refreshments

Livestream: https://asunow.asu.edu/asulive.

Thu
Nov
14

Charlotte Ethington presents an oboe recital in partial fulfillment of the Doctor of Musical Arts in music degree requirements. 

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

 

Thu
Nov
14

Thomas Menefee presents a recital in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Music in jazz performance degree requirements. 

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

 

Thu
Nov
14

Head Coach Bobby Hurley and Sun Devil Men's Basketball will celebrate ASU's Salute to Service as they tip-off their home season on Nov. 14 against Central Connecticut State.

The Sun Devils are coming off a second place finish in the Pac-12 and the program's first back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances since 1980 and 1981. Don't miss your chance to cheer on the Sun Devils in their first home game of the season.

Thu
Nov
14
For more information, please visit https://pac-12.com/mens-basketball/event/2019/11/14/central-connecticut-...

Broadcast network: Pac-12 Network Pac-12 Arizona
Fri
Nov
15

"Nāntli Cemanāhuatl" is a MFA thesis exhibition by artist Estephania González. Combining sculpture and video, González takes inspiration from cosmology narratives found in ancient Mexica (Aztec) culture, contemporary Chilean indigenous culture and physics to develop her own cosmological narrative. González’s installation uses performance, video and animation to explore the connection between body, land and the cosmic universe. She focuses on the concept of the journey to explore the relationship between the personal, political and universal identity of herself to connect to others.

Fri
Nov
15

ASU Law’s seventh annual Gold ’n Gavel Auction and Reception will take place on Friday, Nov. 15, at the Beus Center for Law and Society on the ASU Downtown Phoenix campus. This year’s theme is “THANKS,” as the evening promises to be a night to remember as we say “thank you” to those who have helped strengthen ASU Law’s impact in our community. Together we will celebrate our achievements and, in the process, raise critical funds for our unique programs and student scholarships.

Tickets are $95 per person. Tickets can be purchased at http://goldngavel.com/.

Fri
Nov
15

Bring 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
Nov
16

Contribute $12 to shop for up to 70 lbs. of fresh produce for your family or to share with neighbors, friends, or someone who's in need. No qualifications to purchase, open to the community. Variety of fruits and vegetables every month.

Sat
Nov
16

Sun Devil Support Network is a leadership training for students interested in expanding their knowledge on supporting victims and survivors of sexual and relationship violence. After receiving training, students have the option of joining a community of "advisors" who are equipped to provide education and resources on campus as well as contribute to changing the culture of violence in society. For more information and to register for a training, visit eoss.asu.edu/sdsn.

Sun
Nov
17

Join the Arizona State University community for the seventh annual Sparky's Challenge 5K/10K event! Come join this family-friendly event for people of all ages and ability levels. Participants can choose to walk or run in either the 5K or 10K.

Mon
Nov
18

This is a Cybersecurity Day for middle school girls. It will focus on being safe online, introducing cybersecurity and building awareness in the field of cybersecurity.

Registration information coming soon.

Mon
Nov
18

Great Ties Arizona and the Lodestar Dispute Resolution Center at ASU Law are delighted to partner with the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations (NCUSCR) to present the thirteenth annual China Town Hall. The live webcast will be hosted at the Beus Center for Law and Society followed by a local town hall panel discussion.

This year’s China Town Hall will be moderated by George Stephanopolis, chief anchor of ABC News, and former senior adviser and White House communications director, and will include NCUSCR President Stephen Orlins and Melanie Hart, senior fellow and director for China Policy at the Center for American Progress — as well as additional experts. The webcast will feature fascinating discussion of Sino-American relations in light of today’s political climate and China’s rapid development.

Tickets are free, space is limited.

Mon
Nov
18

The Health Entrepreneurship Accelerator Lab (HEALab) and the Health Entrepreneurship and Innovation Club are excited to welcome Adam Bell to Arizona State University.

 

This presentation will explore biomimicry, a revelatory, yet sustainable, nature-based innovation methodology. We will survey the three pillars of biomimicry with a focus on the emulation of nature's strategies emphasizing a healthcare context.

 

Adam Bell spent twenty years at the clinical bedside as a critical care certified paramedic and dual-certified transplant coordinator in settings including the ER, EMS, ICU and surgery. A former member of the Cleveland Clinic Lung Transplant Team, and a seasoned clinical consultant, he has developed educational materials for transplant centers and organ procurement organizations, trained new staff, led successful lung recruitment initiatives and presented on diverse subjects at multiple national annual meetings of the North American Transplant Coordinators Association. He is a recent graduate of ASU’s Master of Science in biomimicry program.

 

Free to attend, but space is limited. RSVP at https://www.eiseverywhere.com/biomimicry

Mon
Nov
18

Pauline Arrillaga, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation director and professor of practice in health news, and Julio Cisneros, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation professor of practice in health news, discuss the need for improved coverage of health care issues across the Southwest. In particular, the need is great for expanded coverage for Latino and Native American communities.

The discussion will be moderated by Rebecca Blatt, assistant dean of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.

Wed
Nov
20

Join this session for core strengthening, balancing poses, inversions, breath and meditation. These yoga elements promote a sense of fluidity, power, spaciousness and clarity. Jade Culbertson is the program coordinator and student engagement and wellness and fitness coordinator at the West campus. She will lead the class. Please bring a towel or mat, water and be dressed to participate.

Thu
Nov
21

The presenters, both 2001 JD alumni, will share insights on tribal in-house legal practice in general and the dynamics of working for tribal governments, including their own experiences working as the chief legal officers for their own tribe.

Doreen Nanibaa McPaul, Navajo Nation attorney general, is Navajo (Kinyaa’áanii) and grew up on the Navajo Reservation in Chinle, Arizona. After law school, McPaul clerked at the Arizona Court of Appeals and as a staff attorney for the Navajo Nation Judicial Branch. She has also worked as an associate attorney at the Nordhaus law firm and as a visiting clinical law professor and interim director of the ASU Indian Legal Clinic. Since 2008, McPaul has worked as an in-house tribal attorney for several Arizona tribes.

Kimberly A. Dutcher, Navajo Nation Deputy attorney general, is Navajo (Ta’neeszahnii) and grew up on the Navajo Reservation in Fort Defiance, Arizona.  Dutcher's career includes serving as court solicitor for the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, as well as the executive director of the Association on American Indian Affairs, the nation’s oldest American Indian advocacy organization. She also served the Gila River Indian Community for 10 years as a prosecutor, senior assistant general counsel and as a division manager.

RSVP to ilp@asu.edu or 480-965-2922.

Thu
Nov
21

Monthly Faculty Meeting with director.

Thu
Nov
21

You are invited to join the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation for a special Salute to Service event. Following a welcome and an overview of Edson College programs, small group tours will be led through the Grace Center for Innovation in Nursing Education clinical simulation labs to demonstrate how our simulation labs prepare our students for caring for today’s veterans via veteran-specfiic simulations, military cultural awareness and knowledge of unique needs such as TBI, PTS, moral injury, etc. The programs support pre-licensure, post-baccalaureate, and Doctorate Nurse Practitioner student's health care experiences learning.

Thu
Nov
21

Museums, fridge magnets, movies, quirky celebrations or somber commemorations? Thirty years after the fall of communism, Romanians are still trying to figure out what is the “right” way to remember it. 

Join Marie-Louise Paulesc, lecturer in the Faculty of Languages and Cultures, as she closes out the fall portion of the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts' Humanities Lecture Series, at ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus.

The lecture series provides opportunities to analyze, discuss and interpret current research and events. The public discussions help us understand and appreciate various points of view on political, social and cultural issues.

 

Mon
Nov
25

The winners of the 2019 Barlett & Steele Awards share their award-winning investigations with Professor Andrew Leckey, president of the Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism.

December

Wed
Dec
4

The Academy for Justice at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, and the Office of the Arizona Governor, Doug Ducey, are together sponsoring the Summit on Reentry concerns in our criminal justice system. Though Arizona’s three-year recidivism rate of 39 percent is lower than the national average of 50 percent, those returning to society after prison often lack the resources to establish themselves in the outside world (Wright, K., 2018, Arizona Town Hall, Criminal Justice in Arizona, Phoenix, Arizona). This summit seeks to provide insight on barriers to reentry that inmates face in Arizona and nationally, including reentry successes, failures and where improvements can be made. Topics will range from barriers to housing, employment upon reentry, mental health and drug treatment.

Wed
Dec
4

Join the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation for the annual Health Innovation Exhibition! 

The Health Innovation Exhibition is a culminating celebration for Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation first-semester ASU 101 students. The health innovation project provides first-year students with the opportunity to reflect on real-world health problems with the goal of generating innovative solutions, all with the guidance of a faculty member. Through this experience, students become familiar with the college mission, work collaboratively in teams, develop professional experience related to pitching an idea or a concept and explore entrepreneurial leadership.

Thu
Dec
5

Visit the university's Garden Commons and learn about the importance of biodiversity in our communities. We will discuss the environmental benefits of open green spaces and the role pollinators play in securing our food system. A fun takeaway will include making a flower press from recycled material.

Thu
Dec
5

Faculty Meeting

Fri
Dec
6

Join Arizona State University’s Health Entrepreneurship Accelerator Lab (HEALab), expert speakers, faculty researchers and over 600 students showcasing their health innovation solutions at a high-level conference demonstrating current and upcoming advancements in health, wellness and longevity.

Topics include:

  • Mindfulness
  • Regenerative medicine
  • Artificial intelligence solutions for memory loss
  • Technology adoption
  • Sustainability through nutrition

Brought to you by Arizona State University’s Health Entrepreneurship Accelerator Lab (HEALab), the event is free for ASU students, $15 for ASU faculty and staff and $30 for community members.

Lunch is included in your registration.

Spots are limited; register today!

Fri
Dec
6

Barrett students are encouraged to take a break from their finals study sessions to rest and relax. Join us in our suite for some free lunch, free massages, a free opportunity to have a go at a punching bag and tons of fun swag giveaway options! This week's catering theme: warm and cozy! Expect cookies, candy, hot chocolate and more.

Fri
Dec
6

Join the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation for the 5th annual Health Innovation Exhibition! The Health Innovation Exhibition showcases innovative solutions to current problems in healthcare from all first-year students enrolled in ASU 101-NU in the Fall 2019 semester. With over 150 posters showcased, come learn about today’s issues and how students are looking to solve them. In addition, the top teams from each class will be displayed and judged for prize money to further develop their idea through the Health Entrepreneurship Accelerator Lab (HEALab).

Thu
Dec
12

The 2019 Global Legal Skills Conference (GLS-14) will provide an opportunity to share the best practices of international legal skills education while taking in the beautiful surroundings of Phoenix, Arizona. The first Global Legal Skills Conference was held at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago. It was an intimate conference connecting legal writing and ESL professionals who had an interest in teaching law students, lawyers, and other legal professionals from around the world. GLS has since grown to include not only legal writing faculty, but also international and comparative law professors, clinical faculty, linguists, librarians, judges, attorneys, court translators, law students and scholars interested in global legal skills education. Now in its 14th iteration, the conference draws hundreds of professionals from around the world.

The conference has been held four times in Chicago, three times in Mexico, twice in Costa Rica, twice in Italy, once in Washington D.C., and once in Melbourne, Australia. In December 2019, the conference travels Phoenix, Arizona and in 2020, the conference will make a third visit to Italy.

Thu
Dec
19

Graduates of the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, located at Arizona State University's West campus, will cross the stage in the culminating convocation experience as they graduate from student to alumnus.

Sat
Dec
21

Contribute $12 to shop for up to 70 lbs. of fresh produce for your family or to share with neighbors, friends, or someone who's in need. No qualifications to purchase, open to the community. Variety of fruits and vegetables every month.

2020

January

Tue
Jan
14

Discover the world!

This showcase is specifically for you, West-based majors! During the showcase, you'll have a chance to meet with ASU faculty members, chat with study abroad alumni, meet the sstudy abroad office staff and discover your study abroad possibilities.

Learn about programs and scholarships specifically designed for you. Earn ASU course credit abroad, while elevating your degree and your ASU experience.

Where will you go?

February

Tue
Feb
11

Fixed-Term Promotions: An in-depth look on the promotion process and requirements for fixed-term faculty only.

 

Sat
Feb
22

Join us for the 7th annual Cybersecurity Challenge at the ASU West campus. 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 forensics scientists, and network/security/system engineers. Students of all ages are welcome to attend.

Registration information coming soon.

April

Fri
Apr
10

Join us at the 2nd Machine Learning Day at ASU West campus where researchers and practitioners in the field of machine learning have an opportunity to share and report innovative breakthroughs in the theory and practices of machine learning, data mining and artificial intelligence. 

Registration information coming soon.

Tue
Apr
28

Probationary Review Workshop: An in-depth look on the review process and requirements.