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This workshop explains how to use the Arizona State University flexible spending account to save money on dental, medical and vision services.
Presented by ASI FLEX.
This workshop provides an overview of the plans available to employees and their family members.
Presented by UNUM
This workshop explains how the EAP helps employees with life problems including those having to do with family, finances, health, legal issues and sustance abuse.
Presented by Arizona State University Employee Assistance Office.
Dino S. Cervigni, professor emeritus of romance languages and comparative literature at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies presents: "The Decameron Unknown to Boccaccio’s (and Chaucer’s) Scholars: The Evening Lyrical Moments"
The Center for Evolution and Medicine Seminar Series features George N. Somero, Professor Emeritus at Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University.
"Micromolecular Evolution: How the Cellular 'Soup' Evolves to Foster Macromolecular Function"
This workshop will help employees understand key investment concepts to maximize wealth.
Presented by Fidelity.
Have we become so reliant on our mobile devices that they have become part of our extended mind? Is there a link between the technology we use and our spirituality and consciousness? Why are consumers attracted to their purchases? Is it prestige, fashion, brand loyalty, practicality?
Discuss these questions and more with panelists:
• G. “Gregg” Pascal Zachary, School for the Future of Innovation in Society
• Ben Hurlbut, School of Life Sciences
• Jeffrey John Watson, School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies
This workshop will help employees understand how to plan for retirement.
Presented by TIAA.
The Arizona State University date harvest returns this fall.
ASU grows and harvests the dates on the Polytechnic and Tempe campuses. Sun Devils can expect five to six varieties throughout this harvest season. Free samples available.
Dates can be purchased for $5 a pound. Proceeds help fund the Arboretum Volunteer program, plant signage, new garden construction and the purchase of tools, and plants for the Arboretum.