'Chasing Coral' Documentary Screening

Join us for a free screening of Netflix’s award-winning documentary, 'Chasing Coral.' Witness the tale of beauty, hope and adventure that the New York Times called an “emotional race against time.” Divers, photographers and scientists set out on an ocean adventure to discover why the reefs are disappearing and to reveal the underwater mystery to the world. 

This event is part of Campus Sustainability Month. 

Civil Dialogue: Fall Series

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Arizona State University and the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication invite you to participate in a fall dialogue series that focuses on key issues that impact intergenerational dialogue. Community Conversations events will employ a unique facilitated format, "Civil Dialogue," which will give Arizonans the opportunity to discuss “hot topics with cool heads,” and Storyscope is a communal, creative experience that features storytelling within story circles. 

The Design School Graduate Info Session

Curious about going to graduate school? Learn about opportunities as a designer! Our free Graduate Info Sessions will provide details on what resources are available to you, whether you want to continue your education as a designer or how to switch your career path.

If you have any questions about a design program or the process to apply, we'll explain the admissions process in detail. Plus, you'll have the chance to chat with faculty and current students about the program you're interested in during the in-person sessions.

IHR Book Award and Author Reception

The history of the U.S. southern border involves a mix of not just Mexican and Anglo-American communities, but many others, including Chinese and African American migrants. So how did the multiracial past of the U.S.-Mexico border develop a monoracial identity? How do the politics of immigration reform inhibit the U.S. from embracing its culturally diverse reality?

Digital Culture Speaker Series: Soma Design — Intertwining Aesthetics, Ethics and Movement

Bio: Kristina Höök is a full professor in interaction design at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), in Stockholm, Sweden. Höök is a frequent keynote speaker, known for her work on social navigation, seamfulness, mobile services, affective interaction and lately, designing for bodily engagement in interaction through somaesthetics. Her competence lies mainly in interaction design and user studies helping to form design.