Africana Religions and the Academy: Challenges and Opportunities

Please join the School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies for the first religious studies forum of the semester. Drawing on over a decade of experience as a scholar-practitioner of Africana religions, Dr. Funlayo E. Wood-Menzies will highlight some of the challenges in researching and teaching about these traditions, as well as the opportunities their often underappreciated perspectives present for sparking academic innovation.

2019-2020 Outstanding Faculty Mentor Awards Reception

Every year, the Graduate College recognizes outstanding faculty members for their outstanding service to the graduate student and postdoctoral scholar communities through mentoring excellence, commitment to professional development and career advancement and the fostering of inclusive, collaborative academic environments. Active, committed mentors not only offer coaching, modeling and feedback in academic and career development, but provide essential psychosocial and interpersonal connection and support.


"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.

Rapid Resume Review

In preparation for the ASU Spring Career and Internship Fair in Tempe, please join us for a Rapid Resume Review! Students that are planning to attend the fair are strongly encouraged to attend.

Does your resume clearly showcase your skills and experiences? Bring in your resume for advice with a career professional and learn important strategies you can apply to make your resume more effective. Resumes can be brought as a hard copy or displayed on a laptop. 

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 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.

Hearing Screening — Tempe

Register now to receive a free 15-minute hearing screening from the ASU Speech and Hearing Clinic located on Tempe campus. Adults should be screened every decade through age 50, followed by additional screenings every three years.

Hearing loss can develop slowly and painlessly and lead to temporary hearing loss. Permanent hearing loss often is treatable with hearing aids.