ResourCE Hack

This hack is based on circular economy concepts addressing the following areas: built environment, food, textiles, e-waste, and retail sectors. During our opening on the Oct. 19 we will have speakers come in to talk about these five areas of interest, circular economy, waste to resource innovation, and more. Food and drinks provided.

All ASU-affiliated innovators are encouraged to register.

Molecular and Cellular Biology Colloquium

Join us for our colloquium, “Integration of Inflammation and Myogenesis During Skeletal Muscle Repair,” presented by Cherie-Alissa Lynch, molecular and cellular biology graduate student. 

Hosted by the molecular and cellular biology interdisciplinary graduate degree program. In partnership with Biodesign Institute, University of Arizona, College of Medicine–Phoenix, Translational Genomics Research Institute and Mayo Clinic of Arizona.

Spanish Film Series

"Julieta" (2016, drama)

3 p.m. Friday, Sept. 7

Told in flashbacks of over 30 years of guilt and grief, this tender melodrama based on three Alice Munro short stories is Pedro Almodóvar’s best film in a decade.

Director: Pedro Almodóvar

Stars: Emma Suárez, Adriana Ugarte, Inma Cuesta, Darío Grandinetti, Michelle Jenner and Rossy de Palma


Active Shooter Training

Arizona State University Police offers a free active shooter training class for ASU community members to help them develop skills to increase their chances of surviving an active-shooter event.

Attendees watch active shooter video scenarios and may participate in an ASU police officer instructor-led discussion about tactics that reinforce the "run, hide, fight" concept. Participants are encouraged to ask questions. 

If you are unable to attend an Active Shooter class, enroll in the self-paced online training modules.

Place, Personhood and Precarity: Immigration and the Landscape of Care in Rural America

Growing numbers of immigrants work and live in rural, geographically isolated areas throughout the United States — places without previously settled immigrant populations. Rapid immigration to such areas already struggling with poverty, weak public infrastructures and high concentrations of uninsured residents has given way to an increasingly precarious landscape of care.

Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification

The Arizona State University Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certificate program examines potential process improvements for organizations.

The course follows the "Plan-Do-Check-Act" methodology. This is a four-step cycle that guides improvement and operations excellence. The process has been proven to help organizations improve quality and save time.

Course topics include:

• Using process maps to model relationships and optimize process flows

• Application of quality tools to understand processes and make data-driven decisions

'War of the Worlds' at 80: The Social Value of Healthy Media Skepticism

On October 30, 1938, Orson Welles staged the original “fake news” — a real-sounding radio drama about an invasion from Mars. This scared some, irritated others and disrupted life for many in America. Join us for a panel discussion titled “'War of the Worlds' at 80: The Social Value of Healthy Media Skepticism," about news, society and the need for facts and rationality.

Panelists include:

An Evening of Champagne and Sparking Wine

Join ASU Law for a CLE and tasting of champagnes and sparkling wines. Tasting to include Piper Heidsieck 2002 Vintage Brut, Billecart-Salmon Rose, Ruinart and Nyetimber.

In the world of sparkling wines, most of the attention is focused on Champagne and on a select few brands with Champagne. The goal of this CLE is to educate not only your mind but also your palette. To that end, we will be tasting six different wines, some from the top Champagne houses and others from outside France.