The MisDiagnosis of Madam Toy

"The Mis(Diagnosis) of Madam Toy" is a new interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary project reorienting our narratives about Asian American experiences of racialization historically through the lens of affect and mental illness/health. This work-in-progress multimedia performance is a new ongoing project created by School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies Professor Marianne Kim in collaboration with School of Social Transformation Professors Karen Kuo and Brandon Yoo.

How to be a Competitive Applicant Workshop Series: Mock Interviews

As students are preparing for graduate school and starting their professional career paths, having the skills to be successful in an interview is vital to their success! Students who participate will go through an intense round of multiple interview practice sessions with professional staff and graduate students. At the end join us for a panel for advice, feedback, and valuable tips to further stand out!

Communication Lab Relaunch

Join us as we celebrate 15 years of communication mentoring and help us kick off a new season and new name, CommLabASU. Events include a ribbon cutting ceremony, reflections from the first fifteen years, lab tours and student speaker showcase. Presented by the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences. RSVP for free parking.

Fresh Start Your Application - West

It's the time of year when applications are both opening and closing for jobs, internships, scholarships and many other opportunities during summer and fall. Make the most of this application season and partner with your career peer-in-residence to continue your search, nail down options, and/or finalize and send off your applications. Enjoy some fruity refreshments to fuel and reward your success.

Global Poverty: Place, Productivity or Program?

About the Talk

There are three ways to reduce global poverty: poor people change the places they live, the places poor people live get more productive, or commmunities engage in anti-poverty programs. Lant Pritchett argues that place has, at the margin, far and away the largest potential. If productivity goes up, poverty goes down, but creating sustained productivity growth has proven difficult in many places.

Humanities Forum: Transdisciplinarity and the Humanities

What does it mean to “do” humanities scholarship at a university that values the “transdisciplinary”? How can transdisciplinarity amplify the voice and reach of humanists? What is the future of transdisciplinary humanities? What are the strengths and weaknesses of the center model as a way to promote transdisciplinary humanities?

As part of our Humanities Forum, the Institute for Humanities Research invites you to join us for a discussion on transdisciplinarity and the humanities.