Artist Lecture: Robert Harrison

Join us for a public lecture by Montana-based artist Robert Harrison.

Well known for his large-scale architectural sculpture, Harrison continues to evolve and exhibit smaller-scale studio works. His interests in history and world cultures have provided numerous opportunities to work and travel abroad.

His work is represented in many public and private collections, nationally and internationally. His interest in sustainability led to the publication of his book, "Sustainable Ceramics: A Practical Guide" (Bloomsbury Press 2013).

Hands-On Fire Extinguisher Training

All Arizona State University employees must complete their annual fire safety training. ASU employees can either take the online training or attend this in-person session to complete all requirements for annual fire safety training.

Topics covered:

  • Evacuation instructions
  • Fire classifications
  • Fire extinguisher use

Training is led by an Environmental Health and Safety instructor and provides participants an opportunity to ask questions and learn how to use a fire extinguisher.

Atlas of (Remote) Islands and Sea Level Rise

Presenter Christina Gerhardt, University of Hawai'i at Manoa

In "Let Them Drown," the 2016 London Edward W. Said lecture, Naomi Klein called attention, as Rob Nixon's "Slow Violence and the Environmentalism of the Poor" had done, to the nexus of climate change, (colonial) racism and poverty. She shifted the spotlight onto the oftoverlooked low-lying island nations, and their current day situation is dire. 

Supper with the Service

Open to students, veterans and first responders. Join us for a dinner that brings our community together to recognize and celebrate service. We will hear from veterans of various wars and conflicts as well as from men and women who are currently serving in the armed forces and as first responders.