'Ways of Walking, Ways of Hearing' by Teri Rueb

Abstract:

“Walking is a way of knowing,” writes Timothy Ingold, who reciprocally asks if knowing might be a way of walking. What is the relationship between embodied movement, spatial awareness and epistemology, or the culturally agreed upon ways in which we understand knowledge to emerge and be legitimated or contested? What role do media and the senses play in these interactions? How are the senses reconceived within the milieux of mobile media and sound reproduction technologies in particular? Sound has become the primary spatial medium I am engaged with as an artist. I am recently reth

Devils on Mill: ASU vs. Stanford

Devils on Mill is a free event where Arizona State University students can get together and get hyped for the home football game.

There will be lots of food, free ASU gear, music, carnival games and tons of free activities for students to participate in. 

You do not want to miss out on this event! Consider Devils on Mill your premiere Game Day experience! #devilsonmill

Sparky's Touchdown Tailgate: ASU vs. Stanford

Sparky’s Touchdown Tailgate is a pregame event that takes places prior to every home football game. We have giant backyard games (Jenga, Connect 4, mini golf,and more), fun inflatable games, a photo booth and selfie station with Giant Sparky, an airbrush tattoo artist, cool giveaways, and the Sun Devil Marketplace street sale. Also, get the chance to mingle with and meet notable Sun Devils, including Mr. Sun Devil himself, Sparky.

Meteors and Art

Combining the roles of scientist, historian and anthropologist, Buenos Aires artists Guillermo Faivovich and Nicolas Goldberg will discuss their work that offers new ways of seeing and experiencing the results of a meteor shower that occurred about 4,000 years ago in northern Argentina. 

Join ASU Library for this special artist talk. Food and beverages will be served. 

This event is part of the Vamos Argentina series.

An Approach to the Engineering of Intelligent Systems That Enable Human Machine Teaming

The Center for Human, AI and Robot Teaming presents this seminar focused on the challenges of effective engineering and transition for human systems capabilities, ranging from platform associates to scheduling systems and distributed collaboration for situational awareness.

Scott Fouse will share personal experiences in developing and in some cases transitioning advanced human systems technology, focusing on three projects that shaped his thinking about this space:

RefWorks Drop-In Session — West Campus

ASU Library will be offering drop-in sessions to provide in-person support for the migration of your RefWorks citation data to a new citation manager (Zotero, Mendeley or EndNote).

Bring your laptop and library staff will help you set up a new account, add your RefWorks data and get comfortable adding new files and citations. Participants without laptops are also welcome to attend, but they will not have hands-on experience in the session. 

Employee Flu Shots: Tempe Campus, University Services Building

Get it while you can. Arizona State University benefits-eligible employees in October can receive a free flu shot. Employees not eligible for benefits can get a flu shot for a nominal fee — cash or check only. HIP members can earn 25 points.

Learn more about requirements, schedules and forms on ASU's flu shots site. There are no exceptions to the requirements. Flu shots will be administered as long as the supply lasts.

Bicycle Registration Event

The Arizona Parking and Transit Services department will host a series of bicycle registration events as part of Bike Month in October. Each event will run from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Bring your bike and ASU ID to register your bike. Light refreshments will be served.

ASU Police will be on hand at the events to discuss bike safety while Enterprise CarShare and Grid Bike Share will be in attendance to provide program information. Maricopa County’s Travel Reduction Program will present sustainable transportation options.

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