Events

2019

May

Wed
May
22

The School of Music and the International Women's Brass Conference presents Tempe Winds conducted by Mike Willson and the Phoenix Brass Collective with featured soloists  Rose French, Brianne Borden and Gail Robertson.  

Since 1989, Tempe Winds is dedicated to making music accessible to audiences of all ages and backgrounds across the East Valley and Phoenix by providing fully professional, low-cost concerts and educational programming. Tempe Winds presents concerts with musical offerings for children and families, seasoned concert-goers, and those just discovering the joys of classical music!

General admission tickets are $10.  General admission for the International Brass Conference events is limited.  To pre-order tickets contact the conference General Manager at generalmanager@myiwbc.org.   Remaining general admission seats will be sold at the door.

This concert is free to all registered conference participants with a conference badge. For more information or to register for conference visit the International Women's Brass Conference website.

 

Thu
May
23

The Vault Gallery at the Downtown Phoenix campus Library is featuring “Paper Planes,” an exhibit of the work of Jeff Del Nero. His current paintings are of mixed media on various sized panels in the form of college-ruled binder paper. It’s a visual reference to the time in his life when mark making was unencumbered by worldly awareness. 

The materials and processes used on these panels seek to conceptually contrast a simpler relationship between the artist and paper of the past. Considering the relationship to expanded versions of this common form of paper suggests a new way to experience his doodles and visual references. He asks us to wrestle with these combinations in hopes that you may find their associations yield playful interpretation. 

Del Nero, who hails from a small town in Central California, has lived and worked in Arizona as an artist and educator for the past 25 years. He has an undergraduate degree in Painting and Drawing from CSU Fullerton and an MFA in Visual Art from Azusa Pacific University. 

He has been included in the Arizona Biennial at the Tucson Museum of Art, along with shows around Phoenix, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Frankfurt, Germany. Most recently, his work was included in a show called “Shared Vision” at the Inland Empire Museum of Art in California. 

The exhibit will be on display during regular library hours through Aug.10. For more information on the artist’s work, go to his website: http://delnero-artwork.com/.

 

Thu
May
23

Take charge and learn how to use your annual performance review as a development tool. This workshop will help you to prepare for your performance evaluation and take a more active role in the process.

Feel free to bring your lunch.

Thu
May
23

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

Thu
May
23

The School of Music and the International Women's Brass Conference presents the Athena Brass Band, the first all-female brass band in the United States, named after Athena, the Greek goddess of wisdom.

The Athena Brass Band was formed in 2003, by Laura Lineberger, to perform at the International Women's Brass Conference. This successful debut resulted in invitations to perform at the Great American Brass Band Festival in 2005 and a return to the IWBC in 2006, followed by a Brass Band Invitational at Indiana University Southeast in June 2009. In 2012 Athena Brass Band gave the first performances of Athenian Fanfare, which was written for the women of Athena Brass Band by Lisa Galvin, at IWBC 2012 and the Gettysburg Festival. In 2014 Athena Brass Band returned to IWBC, and in 2015 Athena returned to Gettysburg, for the Gettysburg Brass Band Festival.

General admission tickets are $10.  General admission for the International Brass Conference events is limited.  To pre-order tickets contact the conference General Manager at generalmanager@myiwbc.org.   Remaining general admission seats will be sold at the door.

This concert is free to all registered conference participants with a conference badge. For more information or to register for conference visit the International Women's Brass Conference website.

Fri
May
24

The ASU Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certificate program consists of six hours of interactive in-person instruction covering the quality tools and concepts of Lean and Six Sigma. Instructors will facilitate collaborative sessions that empower individuals with six tools that can be immediately deployed in their work areas.

Additionally, instructors will work with participants throughout the program to ensure each participant obtains a solid understanding of the material that can be applied to their unique organizational challenges.

To earn the Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certificate, participants are required to attend the entire full day course and complete the one-hour final exam with a score of at least 70 percent.

Fri
May
24

The School of Film, Dance and Theatre’s Industry/Motion dance clinic includes master classes, professional development seminars and practical, real-world advice for emerging professionals. The two-day clinic will be taught by Los Angeles dance industry professionals James Alsop, YNOT and Chisa Yamaguchi. Alsop has worked with artists such as Beyonce, Lady GaGa, Kelly Rowland, Janelle Monae, Wayne Brady and many more. Anthony Denaro, aka YNOT, is senior vice president of the legendary Rock Steady Crew, and as a B-boy, he works internationally at judging battles and teaching workshops. Yamaguchi, is the associate manager for Sozo Artists Inc., an international creative arts agency that features artists such as Wendy Whelan, Lil Buck and Daniel Bernard Roumain. She has worked with renowned Los Angeles-based dance company DIAVOLO | Architecture in Motion® for the past 10 years as a touring performing artist, education director, institute director and marketing director. The dance clinic is open to high school, college and professional dancers who are 16 years old and older.  

Register online.

Dates and times:

• May 24 and May 25 at ASU’s Tempe campus

• 9 a.m.–5 p.m. with break for lunch (four classes per day, two in the morning and two in the afternoon)

Cost:

• $125 – Early registration (by March 15)

• $200 – Regular registration (March 15–April 12)

• $250 – Late registration (April 13–May 12)

Fri
May
24

The School of Music and the International Women's Brass Conference presents Women in Jazz. Enjoy an evening of jazz music, featuring women jazz performers and music by women composers. Soloists trumpeter Jami Dauber from "DIVA", bass trombonist Jennifer Wharton with the Trombone Jazz Quartet, and trombonist Jen Krupa, are joined by the Arizona State University Faculty Jazz Trio, Michael Kocour (piano), Dwight Kilian (bass), and Dom Moio (drums).

General admission tickets are $10.  General admission for the International Brass Conference events is limited.  To pre-order tickets contact the conference General Manager at generalmanager@myiwbc.org.   Remaining general admission seats will be sold at the door.

This concert is free to all registered conference participants with a conference badge. For more information or to register for conference visit the International Women's Brass Conference website.

Sat
May
25

The School of Music and the International Women's Brass Conference presents the Monarch Brass Ensemble for the final International Women's Brass Conference concert.

In the tradition of the highest artistic levels of brass playing, Monarch Brass was founded by Susan Slaughter, retired principal trumpet of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. This musical 'dream team' has and continues to represent the very best women brass soloists, orchestral, and premiere military band players throughout North America and Europe.

General admission tickets are $10.  General admission for the International Brass Conference events is limited.  To pre-order tickets contact the conference General Manager at generalmanager@myiwbc.org.   Remaining general admission seats will be sold at the door.

This concert is free to all registered conference participants with a conference badge. For more information or to register for conference visit the International Women's Brass Conference website.

Thu
May
30

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

June

Tue
Jun
11

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

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

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

Tue
Jun
11

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

Schedule an appointment online.

Sun
Jun
23

Join students from all over the world at ASU West for a weeklong summer enrichment experience! At ASU SummerUp Camps students from eighth through 12th grades will have the opportunity to stay for a week in our dorms or be a day student and take amazing classes all while being on the beautiful ASU West campus. Experience life as a college student — engaging in college-level coursework, see dorm life, rec time in the Sun Devil Fitness Center and of course, s'mores around the nighttime fire. Check out the web page for camp listings. Camps fill fast so register soon! 

July

Sun
Jul
7

Join students from all over the world at ASU West for a weeklong summer enrichment experience! At ASU SummerUp Camps students in eighth through 12th grades will have the opportunity to stay for a week in our dorms or be a day student and take amazing classes all while being on the beautiful ASU West campus. Experience life as a college student — engaging in college-level coursework, see dorm life, rec time in the Sun Devil Fitness Center and of course, s'mores around the nighttime fire. Check out the web page for camp listings. Camps fill fast so register soon! 

Sun
Jul
14

Join students from all over the world at ASU West for a weeklong summer enrichment experience! At ASU SummerUp Camps, students from eighth through 12th grade have the opportunity to stay for a week in our dorms or be a day student and take amazing classes all while being on the beautiful ASU West campus. Experience life as a college student — engaging in college-level coursework, see dorm life, rec time in the Sun Devil Fitness Center and of course, s'mores around the nighttime fire. Check out the web page for camp listings. Camps fill fast so register soon. 

Tue
Jul
16

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

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

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

Thu
Jul
18

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

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

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

Mon
Jul
22

The Labriola National American Indian Data Center invites ASU students to an informal gathering to share their ideas and thoughts about which books, authors, genres and resources they would like to see included in the Labriola Center's circulating print collections, coming to Hayden Library in spring 2020. 

International in scope, the Labriola Center brings together the current and historical work of Indigenous authors across a multitude of disciplines, and features thousands of books, journals, Native Nation newspapers and primary source materials, such as photographs, oral histories and manuscript collections.

When Hayden Library re-opens for the spring 2020 semester, it will feature circulating print collections that have been selected and curated, in part, by the ASU community. As part of their new space in Hayden Library, the Labriola Center will feature such collections.

All ASU students are welcome to attend to share their input. Refreshments will be provided.

August

Thu
Aug
8

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

Schedule an appointment online.

Thu
Aug
29

Monthly faculty meeting with director.

September

Thu
Sep
12

The Labriola National American Indian Data Center invites ASU students to an informal gathering to share their ideas and thoughts about which books, authors, genres and resources they would like to see included in the Labriola Center's circulating print collections, coming to Hayden Library in spring 2020.  

International in scope, the Labriola Center brings together the current and historical work of Indigenous authors across a multitude of disciplines, and features thousands of books, journals, Native Nation newspapers and primary source materials, such as photographs, oral histories and manuscript collections.

When Hayden Library re-opens for the spring 2020 semester, it will feature circulating print collections that have been selected and curated, in part, by the ASU community. As part of their new space in Hayden Library, the Labriola Center will feature such collections.

All ASU students are welcome to attend to share their input. Refreshments will be provided.

Thu
Sep
19

Monthly Faculty Meeting with director.

October

Thu
Oct
17

Monthly Faculty Meeting with director.

Sat
Oct
26

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

November

Thu
Nov
21

Monthly Faculty Meeting with director.