Tempe Campus Events

2018

May

Mon
May
28

Ten women artists formed "Just Ten" to put together their own group exhibitions. Each artist had their own style from realistic to abstract and from figurative to landscape. 

What binds their work into a cohesive show is their use of color. Sometimes it is bold and jumps from the walls; other works are subtle with hidden color combinations that invite the viewer to look at the painting to glimpse the color combinations.

All are established painters in the Phoenix area; they are members of the Arizona Art Alliance, the Arizona Artists Guild and/or the Scottsdale Artist Guild.

The painters are: Laura Cohen-Hogan, Linda Farber, Dyanne Fiorucci, Sandy Garvey, Joyce Hergert, Barbara Bayless Lacy, Marnelle North, Ann Osgood, Beverly Robb and Carolyn Tolliver.

Also displaying their work is artist Pilar Hanson. Pilar Hanson is a mixed media artist working with acrylic paint, charcoal, graphite and transfers in a process of layering and mark making. Although local geography, culture and history inform her work, it is ultimately the internal mappings of the experience of place that is expressed in her paintings. 

The paintings on display may be best described as abstract landscapes. Many of the paintings contain references to maps, some real and some imaginary. A few contain familiar place names. 

Due to rehearsals, event set-up, performances, special events and holidays, it is advised to call 480-965-6912 or 480-965-0458 to ensure viewing hours, since they are subject to cancellation without notice.

Tue
May
29

In this 8-hour course, you will learn about the various departmental processes related to spend data-entry in the new FMS.

The course teaches you how to generate a requisition, initiate a Change Order, identify what causes the match process to occur, submit expenses on behalf of another ASU employee, and create spend authorizations and enter non-PO invoices in the new FMS.

Access the "Basic Navigation" and "Other Resources" folder of the FMS Blackboard course to view prerequisite videos on basic navigation, the Foundation Data Model and the FDM Mapping tool.

This class is intended for all ASU employees who will work in the new FMS.

Tue
May
29

In this 4-hour course, you will learn how to create accounting journals, accounting adjustments and budget amendments in the new Financial Management System.

The course will explain the workflow for accounting processes, demonstrate the steps necessary to create accounting journals and explain the types of existing budgets in the new FMS.

Access the "Basic Navigation" and "Other Resources" folder of the FMS Blackboard course to view prerequisite videos on basic navigation, the Foundation Data Model and the FDM Mapping tool.

This class is intended only for users who work within the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts.

Tue
May
29

The Summer Program for Elementary Literacy and Language: Second Grade (SPELL–2) is a research-based intervention program designed to boost literacy skills through a focus on linguistic processes.

This camp is designed for children who have completed second grade and are having a specific difficulty with oral language and/or reading development.

We will consider children who are entering second or fourth grades if we do not reach our capacity with those completing second grade.

This camp is not appropriate for children who have significant difficulty with attention or social skills. If your child has an IEP or 504 plan, please submit a copy with this registration.

We will schedule pre-camp assessments during the weeks of May 21–25. Assessments will be conducted to ensure that your child is a good fit for the goals of the program and to assess his or her current level of language and reading so that personalized goals can be set.

The program is run by a certified speech-language pathologist and five to six graduate students in communication disorders. The camp will be limited to a maximum of 15 children.

Program includes:

Classroom time

Children will have the opportunity to participate in teaching activities to increase reading and literacy skills including decoding, listening comprehension, reading comprehension, spelling and writing.

Small group rotations within the classroom will be utilized to assist children at different levels on particular goals including oral language skills and improved social interaction.

Individual or small group therapy 

Children will participate in sessions that focus on specific communication goals including improved speech production, grammatical formulation and narrative re-tell.

How children qualify

• Enroll in the program by completing the required paperwork
• Be developing typically or have a diagnosed language or reading impairment.
• Speak English
• Complete assessment testing in April or May prior to the beginning of the camp

Cost

Tuition is $500

Scholarship applications are available upon request from shsclinic@asu.edu.

Registration

For more information or to register for our SPELL–2 program, call the ASU Speech and Hearing Clinic at 480-965-2373 or email shsclinic@asu.edu.

Tue
May
29

The ASU Speech and Hearing Clinic offers a summer program for adult clients with chronic aphasia called Aphasia Communication Effectiveness (ACE) to promote "Living Well with Aphasia." 

ACE is an adult communication program for individuals with chronic aphasia. Any adult with acquired language and/or cognitive abilities may register. All activities center on opportunities and strategies for communication. 

The program utilizes thematic based discussion on topics that are of interest to adults. There will be large group and smaller group activities based on an individual’s level of communication.

Group Options

The sessions are activity based and there will be several groups running at the same time. Participants are grouped based on their interests and level of communication.

Some group options include:

• Debate club
• Cooking
• Language games
• Movie reviews
• Book club
• Current events/conversations topics
• Cooperative learning dyads
• Scripted language practice (e.g., ordering in a restaurant)
• Computer and apps for practicing language and attention skills
• Problem-solving group: Math and word problems

Tue
May
29

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.
Tue
May
29

In this 4-hour course, you will learn how to create accounting journals, accounting adjustments and budget amendments in the new Financial Management System.

The course will explain the workflow for accounting processes, demonstrate the steps necessary to create accounting journals and explain the types of existing budgets in the new FMS.

Access the "Basic Navigation" and "Other Resources" folder of the FMS Blackboard course to view prerequisite videos on basic navigation, the Foundation Data Model and the FDM Mapping tool.

This class is intended only for users who work within the Fulton Schools of Engineering.

Tue
May
29

Stephen Karam's "The Humans" is an uproarious, hopeful and heartbreaking play that takes place over the course of a family dinner on Thanksgiving. Breaking with tradition, Erik Blake has brought his Pennsylvania family to celebrate and give thanks at his daughter's apartment in lower Manhattan. As darkness falls outside the ramshackle pre-war duplex, and eerie things start to go bump in the night, the Blake clan's deepest fears and greatest follies are laid bare.

Our modern age of anxiety is keenly observed, with humor and compassion, in this new American classic that won the 2016 Tony Award for Best Play.

Wed
May
30

In this 8-hour course, you will learn about the various departmental processes related to spend data-entry in the new FMS.

The course teaches you how to generate a requisition, initiate a Change Order, identify what causes the match process to occur, submit expenses on behalf of another ASU employee, and create spend authorizations and enter non-PO invoices in the new FMS.

Access the "Basic Navigation" and "Other Resources" folder of the FMS Blackboard course to view prerequisite videos on basic navigation, the Foundation Data Model and the FDM Mapping tool.

This class is intended only for users who work within the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

Wed
May
30

Attend a meeting two to three months prior to retiring to learn about:

• Arizona State University retiree benefits
• Life insurance options
• Retiree Accumulated Sick Leave Program
• Retiring from ASU
• State-sponsored retiree health insurance options
• Vacation payouts
• When ASU benefits end
• Working after retirement rules

Retirement income and pension information is not provided at these meetings. 

• ASRS and ORP participants: Contact your retirement provider. 
• PSPRS participants: Call HR Employee Services 855-278-5081 or send an email.

Advance registration is required. 

For help completing your retirement forms, visit the HR webpage or attend an event. No registration required; assistance is provided on a first-come, first-served basis.