Free Bike Registration for Sun Devils — Polytechnic

Celebrate Bike Month with Parking and Transit Services by riding your bike on campus. 

To help bicyclists, PTS offers free bike registration. All you need is to bring your bike and Arizona State University ID card to the event.

Participants can learn about Phoenix-area alternate transportation options and meet with ASU Police for bike safety tips. Representatives from ASU’s car share and bike share programs will provide information about these services on campus.

Light refreshments served.

Free Bike Registration for Sun Devils — Downtown Phoenix

Celebrate Bike Month with Parking and Transit Services by riding your bike on campus. 

To help bicyclists, PTS offers free bike registration. All you need is to bring your bike and Arizona State University ID card to the event.

Participants can learn about Phoenix-area alternate transportation options and meet with ASU Police for bike safety tips. Representatives from ASU’s car share and bike share programs will provide information about these services on campus.

Light refreshments served.

A Conversation with the Authors of 'The 500 Hidden Secrets of Rome'

A conversation with Luisa Grigoletto and Christopher Livesay, authors of "The 500 Hidden Secrets of Rome."

Arizona State University professor of Italian Chiara Dal Martello will lead an intimate chat with the Rome-based couple, followed by a Q&A.

An Arizona native, Chris is an NPR and PBS correspondent who graduated from ASU in art history and Italian. His wife, Luisa, is an Italian culture and tourism expert who writes about food and art after years of managing the elite tour company Context Travel. 

Lecture Series: Susan Szenasy

Lecture Series

Susan Szenasy is the Publisher and Editor in chief of Metropolis Magazine. She moderates Think Tank, discussions at architecture firms in major U.S. cities, speaks at universities, and serves on countless national design juries.

Date: Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Time: 6:30pm - 7:30pm

Room: CDN 60

 

An Invitation to Critical Multilingualism Studies: A lecture by David Gramling

Interest in multilingualism has been growing in leaps and bounds over the past two decades in European policy spheres, U.S. state legislatures, scholarly conference circuits, computational sciences, and international business logistics and recruiting.

But is multilingualism always a virtue for everyone? Do we all mean the same thing when we speak of it? Is multilingualism the opposite of monolingualism, or do these notions go historically hand-in-hand? What does it mean to research multilinguality?

Free Bike Registration for Sun Devils — Tempe

Celebrate Bike Month with Parking and Transit Services by riding your bike on campus. 

To help bicyclists, PTS offers free bike registration. All you need is to bring your bike and Arizona State University ID card to the event.

Participants can learn about Phoenix-area alternate transportation options and meet with ASU Police for bike safety tips. Representatives from ASU’s car share and bike share programs will provide information about these services on campus.

Light refreshments served.

Colorado River Indian Tribes v. Welsh (2017) Whose Law Governs Criminal Procedure on the Reservation?

Many commonly assume that tribal courts apply tribal law, particularly to procedural issues, and that federal courts address such procedural questions by invoking federal law. The recently decided criminal appeal in Colorado River Indian Tribes v. Welsh challenged both of these assumptions and turned out to create a complex, intertwined web of procedural legal questions ultimately turning on whose law governed in tribal court. Professor Clinton will explore how the Colorado River Indian Tribes disentangled the complex web of choice of law questions posed in that appeal.

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