Tempe Campus Events

2019

June

Fri
Jun
21

Learn more about retiring from Arizona State University.  This meeting covers when ASU benefits end, state-sponsored retiree health insurance options, life insurance options, vacation payouts, the Retiree Accumulated Sick Leave Program (RASL), ASU retiree benefits and rules about working after retirement.

Note: Retirement income and pension information is not provided at these meetings. ASRS or ORP participants: Contact your retirement provider.

Fri
Jun
21

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.

Sat
Jun
22

"Particle and Wave" is a groundbreaking exhibition at the Ceramics Research Center of 45 works created by international artists who incorporate paper pulp and organic fibers into their clay, resulting in increased strength and lighter weight. The exhibition showcases a wide range of visual forms, which would not be possible with traditional methods. The artists utilize this technique to express contemporary social and cultural ideas.

"Particle and Wave: PaperClay Illuminated" is organized by Lorie Nelson, the exhibition director and founder of The International Paper Clay Exhibition, curated by Peter Held and sponsored by RedLine Contemporary Art Center. The ASU Art Museum presentation is supported by the Windgate Charitable Foundation as part of the Windgate Contemporary Craft Initiative. Visit the museum website for directions and hours and information about bringing classes to tour exhibitions or meet with curators.

Image credit: Mette Maya Gregersen, “Stalactites & Stalagmites,” 2018, Paper clay, 21 x 13 x 8 inches, 13.8 x 13.8 x 8.25 inches, Courtesy of the artist and The International Paper Clay Exhibition.