Open Pitch - Tempe

Pitch your idea, receive feedback and network with other ASU students interested in Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Pitching at Open Pitch provides an amazing opportunity to improve your storytelling and could even provide a connection that helps you grow your idea into a venture.

This event will be presented by ASU Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Students have exactly two minutes to pitch an idea, no visual aids/PowerPoints/etc. If we have five or more students pitch their ideas, there will be a prize of $250 for the “Crowd Favorite!”

Assembling Heads and Circulating Tales: The Doings and Undoings of Specimen 2032

In April 1859, U.S. Army Surgeon Charles Brewer was dispatched to a remote mountain valley in the Utah Territory with orders to oversee the burial of 120 massacre victims. The scattered bones of overland immigrants who had been murdered by Mormon militiamen were gathered and interred in a series of mass graves. Though Brewer reported that his work was complete, he carried away from the site two skulls. One of those crania was recently identified in the collections of the National Museum of Health and Medicine.

Prison Education Conference 2019

Join us for the 8th annual ASU Prison Education Conference themed "Easy In & Long Way Out." This free event is hosted by ASU's Prison Education Awareness Club (PEAC) with support from the Department of English, School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, School of Social Transformation and Undergraduate Student Government.

Keynote speakers:

Donna Harati and Gabriel Lopez, Homeboy Industries

Tyra Patterson, social justice activist, wrongfully imprisoned for 23 years

Program:

Western Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Conference

The Western Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies will hold its 2019 conference at Arizona State University's Tempe campus on the theme, "The Global Eighteenth Century."

The conference will feature a plenary panel of scholars: Felicity Nussbaum (English, UCLA), Satoko Shimazaki (East Asian languages and cultures, USC), Regulus Allen (English, California Polytechnic State University), and Claudia Brown (Art history, ASU).

Scholars from disciplines on all aspects of 18th-century culture will present their work.

Xerxes

Handel's only comic opera is a timeless story of love, deception, mistaken identity and ultimate forgiveness.

It combines delightfully comic situations with heart-wrenching depths of emotion that has much in common with the pairs of "star-crossed" lovers found in many Shakespearean comedies, such as “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”

The opera is filled with some of Handel's most beautiful, charming and virtuosic music including one of Handel's greatest "musical hits" — the aria "Ombra Mai Fu," more popularly known as "Handel's Largo.”

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