Thursday,
October
29

What's a ‘Habitable’ Planet?


One of the biggest questions of all time is, Are we alone in the universe? We’ll look at some critical steps on the road to life’s formation. What is “life,” anyway? What does it require and how might we find those conditions on other planets? Featuring: Lindy Elkins-TantonPI, NASA Psyche missionManaging Director and Co-chair, ASU Interplanetary InitiativeCo-founder, Beagle LearningWhen: Thursday, Dec. 3 4–4:30 p.m.Run Time:30 min ...

Thursday,
October
29

Small Worlds - Building Planets Series


Small Worlds Asteroids, comets and the NASA Psyche mission: Why do the big planets get all the attention? Our solar system is inhabited by literally millions of smaller bodies, each one bearing a part of the story of the solar system’s formation. Where are they, what are they made of and what remains to be discovered?Featuring: Lindy Elkins-TantonPI, NASA Psyche missionManaging Director and Co-chair, ASU Interplanetary InitiativeCo-founder, Beagle ...

Thursday,
October
29

School of Community Resources and Development 15th Anniversary Graduates and Alumni Celebration


The ASU School of Community Resources and Development is celebrating our 15th Anniversary this year, and you are invited to join us for an exciting virtual celebration! Our school has always been dedicated to finding innovative solutions to problems and our current situation is certainly no different. Given the pandemic, the virtual 15th Anniversary celebration will take place via Zoom. During the event, our graduating students and successful alumni will share their ...

Thursday,
October
29

Small Worlds - Building Planets Series


Small Worlds Asteroids, comets and the NASA Psyche mission: Why do the big planets get all the attention? Our solar system is inhabited by literally millions of smaller bodies, each one bearing a part of the story of the solar system’s formation. Where are they, what are they made of and what remains to be discovered?Featuring: Lindy Elkins-TantonPI, NASA Psyche missionManaging Director and Co-chair, ASU Interplanetary InitiativeCo-founder, Beagle ...

Thursday,
October
29

Exploring Global Careers with Interstride


This session hosted by Career and Professional Development Services is for all globally-mobile students and alumni, including international students studying in the U.S. and U.S. students with a desire to work abroad. We will talk about developing an international job search strategy using the platform Interstride. A demonstration of Interstride’s key features empowers participants to begin their own global career journey!Career and Professional Development Services encourages persons with disabilities to participate ...

Thursday,
October
29

Plate Tectonics and Planetary Atmospheres


What is plate tectonics and why haven’t we found it on any other planet? How does plate tectonics help maintain and preserve our atmosphere? How do other atmospheres evolve without plate tectonics? Featuring: Lindy Elkins-TantonPI, NASA Psyche missionManaging Director and Co-chair, ASU Interplanetary InitiativeCo-founder, Beagle LearningWhen: Thursday Nov. 19 4–4:30 p.m. Run Time:30 min webinar (20 talk • 10 Q&A)Register >> HERE*Attendees register once ...

Thursday,
October
29

Small Worlds - Building Planets Series


Small Worlds Asteroids, comets and the NASA Psyche mission: Why do the big planets get all the attention? Our solar system is inhabited by literally millions of smaller bodies, each one bearing a part of the story of the solar system’s formation. Where are they, what are they made of and what remains to be discovered?Featuring: Lindy Elkins-TantonPI, NASA Psyche missionManaging Director and Co-chair, ASU Interplanetary InitiativeCo-founder, Beagle ...

Thursday,
October
29

Success Outside the U.S.: International Alumni and Employers Share Global Career Journeys in Germany, Italy and Guatemala


Have you ever dreamed of working in another country? No matter where you’re from or where you want to go, planning for a global career can be tricky. Connect with ASU international alumni who’ve successfully secured jobs and navigated the transitions to Germany, Italy and Guatemala. They’ll share tips for making your own big moves and inspire you to think beyond borders.Career and Professional Development Services encourages persons with disabilities to ...

Thursday,
October
29

Building and Leveraging Your Global and Intercultural Fluency Workshop


Did you know that “global and intercultural fluency” is a top skill U.S. employers value? In this workshop, hosted by Career and Professional Development Services, you are invited to explore what global and intercultural fluency is and how to develop this competency. Participants will brainstorm ways they can communicate and leverage their strengths in global fluency on resumes, LinkedIn, in interviews and other professional settings.Career and Professional Development Services encourages persons with disabilities ...

Thursday,
October
29

Comparing the Rocky Planets


Why are Mercury, Venus, the Earth and Mars so different? Why are Venus and the Earth so similar in many ways\yet so different in their surface conditions? (Spoiler alert: A million ideas and few areas of broad agreement.) And what about all those rocky exoplanets? Featuring: Lindy Elkins-TantonPI, NASA Psyche missionManaging Director and Co-chair, ASU Interplanetary InitiativeCo-founder, Beagle LearningWhen: Thursday (11/12) @ 4 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.Run Time:30 min webinar (20 ...