Downtown Campus Events

2018

June

Mon
Jun
18

Camp CRAVE is an interactive camp that aims to make kids in grades four through six "Creative, Resourceful, Active, adVenturous and Enthusiastic" (CRAVE), so they can embrace a healthy lifestyle every day.

Each day will include exciting fitness activities to get campers energized and excited to learn about nutrition and food culture. They will try out their cooking skills in our Instructional Nutrition Kitchen and practice making healthy meals each day.

A certified chef, registered dietitian, and ASU nutrition students will lead campers on this fun and unique culinary journey.

A snack and lunch will be provided each day.

Age group

For kids in grades four through six.

Both basic sessions include the same activities and teach the same skills.

Mon
Jun
25

These 4-day camps will be offered in a wide variety of studio practices including portrait painting, fashion illustration, 3-D printing, comic art, photography, floral design and so much more!

The summer camps are designed to give students an art immersion experience, where students will work with faculty and professional artists on creative projects that represent the variety of courses offered in the School of Art. 

Camps are open to students ages 13–18 and welcome beginners to advanced levels of experience. All materials will be provided.

Sculpt with flowers! Cultivate your creativity and explore the elements of art in a new material as you learn the art of floral arrangements. Learn the science, history and meaning about the medium of flowers and foliage as well as floral design techniques and styles. 

Mon
Jun
25

Camp CRAVE is an interactive camp that aims to make kids in grades four through six "Creative, Resourceful, Active, adVenturous and Enthusiastic" (CRAVE), so they can embrace a healthy lifestyle every day. 

Each day will include exciting fitness activities to get campers energized and excited to learn about nutrition and food culture. They will try out their cooking skills in our Instructional Nutrition Kitchen and practice making healthy meals each day.

A certified chef, registered dietitian, and ASU nutrition students will lead campers on this fun and unique culinary journey.

A snack and lunch will be provided each day.

Age group

For kids in grades four through six.

Both advanced sessions are identical in activities.

October

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.

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

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.

November

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.