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Drawn from ASU Art Museum's permanent collections, this exhibition highlights the work of 31 internationally and nationally known artists who represent the human form in order to convey a vast range of emotions. A breadth of emotions are explored in the works on display ranging from lightheartedness and humor to anguish and despair. "From Darkness to Light" features both ceramic and print media, representing two of ASU Art Museum's largest and strongest holdings. Notably, the prints selected for the exhibition are all by artists who work primarily in ceramics.
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).
Paul Spruhan, assistant attorney general for the Ligitation and Employment Unit of the Navajo Nation Department of Justice, will present a lecture, "The Role of the Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood in Defining Native American Legal Identity."
Daniel Burke, religion editor at CNN, explores the intersections between religion, journalism and democracy in this talk sponsored by the Luce/American Council of Learned Societies Program in Religion, Journalism and International Affairs. The talk includes John Carlson, director and associate professor at the Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict, and Kristin Gilger, Cronkite senior associate dean.
All law students are invited to join us to learn more about the Truman Young Fellowship for 2019–20. Truman R. Young Jr. was an Air Force Academy graduate and decorated combat pilot selected to participate in a series of internships sponsored by the State Bar of Arizona. These internships were designed to encourage highly qualified and motivated law students to become career prosecutors.
"Remembering Our Fallen" is a photographic war memorial honoring our country's fallen military from Sept. 11, 2001, to present day.
Unlike brick-and-mortar memorials, "Remembering Our Fallen" is designed to travel and includes both military and personal photos. Its legacy will be that these men and women will be remembered and their names will be spoken while helping to lessen the grief of their families.
Julia Broome-Robinson presents a trombone recital featuring a collection of works ranging from the Romantic era to the 21st century showcasing the tenor trombone's wide range of expressive capability. This recital is in partial fulfillment of the Doctor of Musical Arts in music degree requirements.
Student degree recitals are subject to cancellation. Before making a special trip, please check the School of Music event hotline, 480-965-TUNE (8863) for up-to-date information.
This class is cancelled.
This program is designed to empower male participants to make safer choices when confronted with aggressive behavior. It is a minimum nine-hour program, 12 hours with simulation.
This class occurs over a two-day period. Registrants must attend both days to complete the course.
Participants will have the following opportunities:
The 2019 campus recruitment has now begun in China. Chinese overseas talents are away from the Chinese job market. Where can you find good, suitable job opportunities? Participating in this workshop, overseas talents are able to gain the same job-seeking knowledge as domestic students and acquire practical skills. By attending this workshop you will: