Saturday,
October
19

Graduate Student Writing Studio


The Institute for Humanities Research invites you to a 6-week writing studio for ASU graduate students, facilitated by Christopher Jones.Want to jump start your current writing project? Looking for dedicated writing time in a supportive and collegial environment? Interested in picking up new habits to make your writing more productive and less daunting? Join a special 6-week writing studio for ASU Graduate Students.Starting Friday, Oct. 25, we will gather weekly to work on our ...

Saturday,
October
19

Intro to Arduino


Learn the basics of microcontrollers in this beginner-level Arduino class. This workshop will focus on the entire process, including wiring, coding and uploading. Arduinos will be provided. Bringing a laptop is recommended but not required.The ASU Library Makerspace provides active learning experiences in a creative, supportive environment using equipment and tools that are free to all ASU students, faculty and staff. All disciplines, backgrounds and experience levels are welcome.

Saturday,
October
19

Graduate Student Writing Studio


The Institute for Humanities Research invites you to a 6-week writing studio for ASU graduate students, facilitated by Christopher Jones.Want to jump start your current writing project? Looking for dedicated writing time in a supportive and collegial environment? Interested in picking up new habits to make your writing more productive and less daunting? Join a special 6-week writing studio for ASU Graduate Students.Starting Friday, Oct. 25, we will gather weekly to work on our ...

Saturday,
October
19

Model Selection


Presented by the ASU Library Unit for Data Science and Analytics, this workshop will cover how to identify a suitable algorithm and/or modeling technique that is appropriate to the data and problem statement. Pros and cons of various methods will be reviewed and appropriate applications to use will be explored (e.g., supervised vs. unsupervised learning, linear vs. nonlinear regression and normal v. non-normal distributions).This workshop coincides with the weekly data science Open ...

Saturday,
October
19

Every Body


“Every Body” is a group exhibition featuring a selection of works by current MFA students within the School of Art. The exhibition’s title refers to the inclusivity of the open call process and the collective diversity of the student body. The artists in this exhibition represent multiple areas of focus and points of development within the program. Works on view include ceramics, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture and video.Join the artists for an opening ...

Saturday,
October
19

Graduate Student Writing Studio


The Institute for Humanities Research invites you to a 6-week writing studio for ASU graduate students, facilitated by Christopher Jones.Want to jump start your current writing project? Looking for dedicated writing time in a supportive and collegial environment? Interested in picking up new habits to make your writing more productive and less daunting? Join a special 6-week writing studio for ASU Graduate Students.Starting Friday, Oct. 25, we will gather weekly to work on our ...

Saturday,
October
19

Every Body


“Every Body” is a group exhibition featuring a selection of works by current MFA students within the School of Art. The exhibition’s title refers to the inclusivity of the open call process and the collective diversity of the student body. The artists in this exhibition represent multiple areas of focus and points of development within the program. Works on view include ceramics, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture and video.Join the artists for an opening ...

Saturday,
October
19

Closing Reception: Every Body


“Every Body” is a group exhibition featuring a selection of works by current MFA students within the School of Art. The exhibition’s title refers to the inclusivity of the open call process and the collective diversity of the student body. The artists in this exhibition represent multiple areas of focus and points of development within the program. Works on view include ceramics, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture and video.Join the artists for an opening ...

Saturday,
October
19

2019 ASU Employee Benefits Expo


Arizona State University faculty and staff eligible for benefits are encouraged to attend this event. The expo provides an opportunity to learn about the 2020 benefits changes and available options. Benefits-eligible employees will have the chance to speak directly to vendors and ASU benefits staff about their benefits during the open enrollment period. Open enrollment for the 2020 plan year is Oct. 21 to 5 p.m., Nov. 8, Arizona time. The expo is at Memorial Union's Arizona ...

Saturday,
October
19

Studio Basics


In this introduction to the maker studio, you’ll be taking a crash course in how to use the camera and lighting systems of the space. Learn basic interviewing skills and how to look your best in front of a camera. Beginners welcome!The ASU Library Makerspace provides active learning experiences in a creative, supportive environment using equipment and tools that are free to all ASU students, faculty and staff. All disciplines, backgrounds and experience ...