A Celebration of Robert Clark's Legacy

Join the School of Music for a program in honor of Bob Clark by alumni Doug Reed, Curt Sather, Mike Mazzatenta and Mark Overman. Robert Clark was a professor of organ at ASU from 1981 until his retirement in 1998. He was the driving force in the construction of the Organ Hall and the design of the Fritts organ.

This concert is part of a series of events celebrating Robert Clark's pedagogical legacy. Tickets are $22 for adults; $16 for faculty, staff and alumni; $15 for seniors; $12 for students.

Series Itinerary:

Saturday, Oct. 20

ThunderTalk with Her Excellency Hunaina Sultan Al Mughairy

A conversation about Oman’s economic development (free trade, trade, investment, entrepreneurism, SMEs) and the U.S.-Oman relationship.

Speaker: Her Excellency Hunaina Sultan Al Mughairy, Ambassador of the Sultanate of Oman to the United States and His Excellency Dr. Ali bin Masoud Al Sunaidy Minister of Commerce and Industry, Sultanate of Oman

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Seminar: 'The Crisis of Political Representation and the Rise of Independent Voters'

While the constant crossfire of partisan politics dominates the headlines, a new community of voters is struggling for recognition. These are America’s independent voters, 44 percent of the electorate but dramatically underrepresented at every stage of the political process. Who are these voters? Can they transform the way we do politics?

Common Grounds: Salute to Service

ASU alumnus Richard "Rick" Romley is a a member of the Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame Society. He served in the United States Marine Corps as a combat infantry squad leader in Vietnam. He returned home severely injured as a war hero to live a life of service. He was elected as the Maricopa County attorney and recieved over 100 awards during his tenure. We are honored to have him share his story of a life of giving back.

Salute to Service: Interview Prep for Veterans — First Impressions Are Everything at West

Looking to gain interview experience and master the first impression? Join ASU Career and Professional Development Services and employers to practice your interview skills during Salute to Service! This event will not only allow you to practice your interview skills but also provide a unique opportunity to gain valuable insight into industry interview trends. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to connect with industry representatives in a lightning interview setting. These workshops are open to any ASU military and veteran-affiliated students (to include dependents).

ASU Chamber Orchestra: 'Frankenstein!!' at ASU Gammage

Jeffery Meyer conducts the ASU Chamber Orchestra as they embark on a musical exploration of Frankenstein themes as part of the ASU Frankenstein Bicentennial Project. Concerts at ASU Gammage and the Mesa Arts Center present HK Gruber’s "Frankenstein!!" featuring a fantastical protagonist and an ensemble that blurs the lines between classical and popular music. The second half of the concert presents the 1931 black-and-white film "Frankenstein" with Shapiro’s film score performed live.

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