Speak Out

The Civil Rights Act of 1964 outlawed discrimination on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex or national origin. This is the law, but still we see discrimination in the media, in our law enforcement and in our schools every day. Students “SPEAK OUT” featuring work from the Media, Art and Design Students at the Academies at South Mountain High School. 

Opening Reception: Hermosa Belleza

"Beautiful sculpture
Gorgeous colors exposed
Delightful abstract forms
Fascinating grotesque forms
Adorable anthropomorphic forms
Pleasing forms
Forms that captivate the eyes
That captivate the eyes to inflict pleasure
Undeniable pleasure
Such pleasure that transforms itself
Transforms itself into Beauty
Beautiful pleasing Beauty."

"Hermosa Belleza" is a MFA Thesis Exhibition by Marcela Erives. Join the artist for the opening reception on Friday, March 6 from 6 to 9 p.m.

Opening Reception: I'm From Here

"I’m From Here" presents work by artists who are grappling with generational identity and trauma, assimilation and cultural erasure. Their artwork explores contemporary American life through the personal experiences of people who are always at a cultural crossroads. The exhibition expresses the duality and complexity of one who shifts between an American identity and an identity based on the familial country of origin. The artists included in this exhibition are Fernando Cabrera Gonzalez, Katherine Del Rosario, Mariah Moneda and Papay Solomon.

Opening Reception: Origins

"Origins," a Bachelor of Fine Arts exhibition in Ceramics, features works by Emily Bauer, Breanna Kohlmeyer, Amber Langus, Andrea Rivera Cisneros, Andrew Smith, Brooke Solarte and Sam Staas as they explore the map-like beginnings of their development as artists. Using ceramics, printmaking, painting, embroidery and installation, they tackle concepts such as mental health, nostalgia, realistic depictions of women, abstract forms, biological systems and intuitive production. Please join the artists for the opening reception on Tuesday, Feb. 25 from 5–8 p.m.

Introduction to Scopus

This follow-along workshop, part of ASU Library's Graduate Scholars Toolkit, will teach you how to use Scopus, a large and wide-ranging database (40,000 titles from approximately 12,000 publishers) that covers content primarily in the STEM and social sciences fields. Scopus can help you track citations to and from specific articles, create alerts about new publications on topics of interest to you and make your searching more powerful and efficient.

Spring Career and Internship Fair

The Spring Career and Internship Fair is the largest recruiting event at ASU and is open to students and alumni of all majors and degree levels!

Resume Reviews and Career Fair Prep Sessions will be offered prior to the fair. Check Handshake Events for locations and details.

We expect more than 125 employers from a variety of industries with open career and internship positions to attend this event. Bring your resume and dress professionally!