Saturday,
August
18

Michael Kirkendoll, Piano


Michael Kirkendoll presents a recital featuring music by living American composers including Jerome Kitzke's moving Sunflower Sutra for speaking pianist.

Saturday,
August
18

ASU Dance Experience 2018


The ASU Dance Experience is a day of dance technique and creative practice experiences for high school students, community college students, ASU dance minors, studio dancers and Arizona dance teachers. We are offering a number of movement classes at varying experience levels including postmodern contemporary, urban, contemporary ballet, jazz, creative practice and teachers' classes. Come meet the ASU dance faculty and students from the program. The event is designed to inform participants about all ASU...

Saturday,
August
18

Ask a Diplomat in Residence


Ken Chavez, diplomat in residence for the Southwest and foreign service officer, will discuss student internship and graduate fellowship programs with the U.S. Department of State on Wednesday, Aug. 29 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. and again from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. For students with at least 60 hours of credit, internships are available in Washington, D.C. and at U.S. embassies and consulates around the world. For those considering graduate school in a...

Saturday,
August
18

Career Chat, Where You're At — Tempe


Don't have time to schedule a career advising appointment? Not a problem! ASU American Indian Student Support Services and ASU Career and Professional Development have organized the series "Career Chat, Where You're At" in the AISSS offices at ASU's West, Tempe, Polytechnic and Downtown Phoenix campuses. The sessions, led by senior career advisor Lilia Zacchia, will offer you the opportunity to get answers to career questions, learn interviewing skills and get feedback on your resume.

Saturday,
August
18

Ask a Diplomat in Residence


Ken Chavez, diplomat in residence for the Southwest and foreign service officer, will discuss student internship and graduate fellowship programs with the U.S. Department of State on Wednesday, Aug. 29 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. and again from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. For students with at least 60 hours of credit, internships are available in Washington, D.C. and at U.S. embassies and consulates around the world. For those considering graduate school in a...

Saturday,
August
18

Career Chat, Where You're At — Polytechnic


Don't have time to schedule a career advising appointment? Not a problem! ASU American Indian Student Support Services and ASU Career and Professional Development have organized the series "Career Chat, Where You're At" in the AISSS offices at ASU's West, Tempe, Polytechnic and Downtown Phoenix campuses. The sessions, led by senior career advisor Lilia Zacchia, will offer you the opportunity to get answers to career questions, learn interviewing skills and get feedback on your resume.

Saturday,
August
18

Off-Campus Programs Info Session


Where will you go? Studying abroad or interning provides you with valuable career skills and unforgettable experiences. This one-hour info session will break down some of the details, including information on interning or studying abroad and financial aid resources. We will cover the following programs: Politics and Culture of Ireland Politics, Culture and Society in Ghana Policy Design Studio and Internship Program Capital Scholars Program Arizona Legislative Internship Program and more!

Saturday,
August
18

Intro to ArcGIS Desktop


Join the ASU Library Map and Geospatial Hub for this two-hour workshop introducing geographic information system (GIS) technology. We'll be using ArcGIS Desktop on instruction room workstations. Twenty desktop computer workstations are available for this workshop. *Note: Due to the proprietary nature of ArcGIS Desktop software, this particular workshop is limited to ASU affiliates, including students, faculty and staff. We apologize for any inconvenience. Non-ASU affiliates (general public) are welcome to attend our Introduction to...

Saturday,
August
18

Introduction to the Agave Computer Cluster


This short workshop is an introductory overview of the Agave cluster, a high-performance computing resource that can be used to accelerate and/or scale computational research. This will also serve as a how-to session. Attendees are encouraged to bring laptops and preregister for accounts on Agave . Attendees can suggest use cases employing specific software packages. Additional computing resources will also be discussed.

Saturday,
August
18

Conversations on Gender and Violence: What's Missing?


Conversations regarding gender-based violence are happening among many these days. For the experiences and voices of still others missing from these critical conversations, the #MeToo Movement increases frustration, hopelessness, isolation and anger. This event explores gaps in gender-based violence advocacy and considers realities often ignored, such as missing and murdered indigenous women, violence against transgender and gender non-conforming individuals, gender-based violence against people of color, and the role of toxic masculinity in condoning abuse and...