Saturday,
February
22

Artist Talk: Michael Sherrill


Join us for an intimate conversation with featured artist Michael Sherrill to learn more about his artistic practice and career.Sherrill has lived in the western North Carolina mountains since 1974. He considers himself a materials-based artist experimenting primarily in the media of metal, clay and glass and utilizes both handmade objects and the natural world in his work. Of his process and inspiration, he says, “I am compelled by the sensation of seeing things fresh; ...

Saturday,
February
22

A. Wade Smith Memorial Lecture on Race Relations featuring April Ryan


White House correspondent and CNN Political Analyst April Ryan will deliver the 25th annual A. Wade Smith Memorial Lecture on race relations on Tuesday, March 3 at Armstrong Hall on the ASU Tempe Campus. This lecture is free and open to the public. About the speakerWhite House Correspondent April Ryan has a unique vantage point as the only black female reporter covering urban issues from the White House — a position she has held since ...

Saturday,
February
22

Nashville: ASU Cares


Please join the ASU Alumni Nashville Club as we support those in need at Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County Restore.This event assists in furthering ASU's commitment to sustainability. ASU Cares is the annual nationwide volunteer community service project organized by the ASU Alumni Association. Visit here for more information about ASU Cares events across the country!This event is family-friendly and all are welcome to participate!By registering for this event, I give ...

Saturday,
February
22

Opening Reception: 2020 Galbut Prize Exhibition


Martin and Cynthia Galbut are artists and art collectors whose love of art spans throughout history from Asian Art to American Tonalism and Contemporary Western American Landscape painting. The Galbut Prize is patterned after the Henry Ward Ranger prize which was established at the National Academy of Design and aimed at recognizing and supporting young talent. The Galbut Prize is an annual award that includes a $1,500 purchase prize juried by a rotating member of the ...

Saturday,
February
22

Undergraduate Student Recital: Yueze Liu, Tuba


Michael (Yueze) Liu presents a tuba recital in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Music in performance degree requirements. Student degree recitals are subject to cancellation. Before making a special trip, please check the School of Music event hotline, 480-965-8863 for up-to-date information.

Saturday,
February
22

Graduate Student Recital: Leon Jin, Bassoon


Leon Jin presents a bassoon recital in partial fulfillment of the Master of Music in performance degree requirements. Student degree recitals are subject to cancellation. Before making a special trip, please check the School of Music event hotline (480-965-8863) for up-to-date information.

Saturday,
February
22

Jane Jacobs: Economist


Those who know of Jane Jacobs, and even those who know her work well (as few economists do), tend to think of her almost exclusively in terms of her trenchant writings and fierce activism against heavy-handed urban planning and top-down urban design; or they focus on her discussions of environmentalism (despite her biting criticisms of environmentalists), the preservation of entire neighborhoods (despite little written evidence of her support for the widespread practice ...

Saturday,
February
22

Building Your Scholarly Identity


As a researcher, having an online presence can provide a number of benefits. In this workshop, part of ASU Library's Graduate Scholars Toolkit, you’ll learn how to establish and manage your scholarly identity using tools such as ORCID, connect with colleagues, find collaborators and expose your research to new audiences. You’ll also learn how to boost your scholarly impact using social media and alternative metrics that come with new methods of knowledge communication ...

Saturday,
February
22

Lecturer Workshop


An opportunity to sit down together and have a conversation about topics of interest to lecturers including, but not limited to, professional development, promotion, community, etc.

Saturday,
February
22

Global Advocacy Certificate Program: Cultural Experiences Across Regions: India


Global Advocacy Certificate Program 2019-2020 – Become a Global AdvocateProgram overviewThe Global Advocacy Certificate Program (GACP) is for ASU faculty and staff who wish to cultivate a globally-minded campus. By attending a series of workshops, participants will broaden their awareness of intercultural topics and learn specific strategies for supporting international students and scholars in the classroom and workplace and promoting a more diverse community for all. To earn a certificate as a Global ...