Tempe Campus Events

2018

July

Tue
Jul
17

Meet on your campus with a financial consultant from Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association 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 or call 800-732-5353.

Note: This event will take place in the Memorial Union Copper Room on July 17, July 23 and Aug. 7. It will take place in the Memorial Union Kaibab Room on Sept. 13.

Tue
Jul
17

Are looking to find more fulfillment and purpose from your work? Have you felt like you have more within you, but are not sure how to bring it out at work?

In this session on career development, you will use assessments to create a language of understanding that will help you tap into your passions and ideal work environment.

If you have taken DISC or Passions before, or even if you have not, this course will provide you with a deeper application of how to integrate them and take your new knowledge and find ways to have a more purposeful and fulfilled career and life.

This Leadership and Workforce Development workshop is part of the "Career Development Certification" series.

By attending this workshop and the two others in this series – "Enlist Your Manager in Career Coaching" and "Getting Ahead at ASU" – you can earn 250 Sun Devil Rewards pitchforks.

Tue
Jul
17

Arizona State University Police offers a free active shooter training course for faculty and staff 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 instructor-led discussion about tactics that reinforce the "run, hide, fight" concept.

 To enroll:

  1. Click the red Enroll button at the top of this page.
  2. Log in with your ASURite ID.
  3. Select “Training Registration” and enter your affiliate ID number.
  4. Click “Select from all available courses.”
  5. Search for "Shooter" and choose the course you want to attend.
Wed
Jul
18

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 a 90-minute 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

Workshops are also being offered at these dates/locations:

West campus: Fletcher Library Instruction, room 101

Thursday, July 5
10–11:30 a.m. 

Tempe campus: Noble Library, instruction room  

Friday, July 13
10:30 a.m. to noon

Polytechnic campus: Library Instruction, room 20  

Thursday, July 19
10–11:30 a.m. 

Fri
Jul
20

The Arizona State University Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certificate program examines potential process improvements for organizations.

The course follows the "Plan-Do-Check-Act" methodology. This is a four-step cycle that guides improvement and operations excellence. The process has been proven to help organizations improve quality and save time.

Course topics include:

• Using process maps to model relationships and optimize process flows

• Application of quality tools to understand processes and make data-driven decisions

• Lean essentials and the removal of waste from a process

• Utilizing root cause analysis to identify the source of faults or problems

• The application of basic control methods to monitor stability and process performance

To earn the Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certificate, participants must attend the full day course and complete the 1-hour exam with a passing score of 70 percent.

Registration closes five days before the date of the class.

Sat
Jul
21

Looking for enrichment, creativity, and artistic growth? Spend a Saturday with the School of Art at Arizona State University exploring a wide range of studio practices in our state of the art facilities through our Adult Master Learner Workshops.

The workshops are taught by ASU faculty and professional artists. All are welcome, from beginner to advanced levels of experience. All materials will be provided.

Transform plants into ceramic forms! Gather materials and inspiration from the natural world to build your own organic vessel using an experimental casting procedure. 

Mon
Jul
23

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.

Love drawing people? Take it a step further and learn how to a paint a portrait! Portrait painting has deep roots in history and still has a strong presence in the art world today. In this class, you will learn how to work with oil paints, mix skin tones, tackle proportion, and create the illusion of light and form.

Mon
Jul
23

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.

We're turning fashion into fine art! Learn how to use watercolor paint to create fashion inspired compositions. This class is perfect for those interested in fashion illustration and want to paint fabrics and textiles in closer detail. Be sure to check out "Fashion Illustration" and learn how to draw like a fashion designer.

Mon
Jul
23

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.

Explore the world of clay through creature design and bring your imagination to life! Push, twist and pinch the clay into your own 3-D monsters and fantasies using traditional hand building techniques.

Be sure to check out "Comics and Storyboards," where you can begin your creature development through storyboarding.

Tue
Jul
24

Develop and practice the skills of an effective meeting facilitator through practical hands-on exercises.

Participants will learn how to set meeting goals, develop a clear agenda and identify strategies to manage difficult situations.