Thursday,
September
20

Natives Connecting at ASU: West Campus Resource Fair


Natives Connecting at ASU is an annual student welcome event organized by ASU American Indian Student Support Services, a unit of University College. Come learn more about ASU and community resources, services and programs that can support your success. Choose the date or campus location that works best for you: Sept. 13 — Downtown Phoenix campus, Post Office Building, room L1-32, noon to 2 p.m. Sept. 19 — Polytechnic campus, Student Union, Cooley Ballroom, 11...

Thursday,
September
20

Pro Tips: Communicating for Career Success


Internships, paid employment and elite referrals start with a simple handshake. Languages and Cultures faculty member Dawn Penich-Thacker invites any interested ASU students, faculty or staff to attend her ENG 301: Writing in the Professions course on days in which guest speakers come in, for the series “Pro Tips: Communicating for Career Success.” Hear stories and get advice from top professionals in fields like political strategy, sustainability, women's advocacy, nonprofit, health care and real estate...

Thursday,
September
20

Common Ground: Secrets of Real-Life Forensic Science


Forensic science today is very different than it was 10 or even 20 years ago. Explore the history of forensic science. This event will include case study examples, with two experts in the field.

Thursday,
September
20

Surprise Me!


Explore the unknown through a new book display of poetry and drama. All books in this display are shelved spine-backward in an effort to encourage discovery and serendipity. Featured poets include Joy Harjo and Juan Felipe Herrera. “Surprise Me” is the first book display in the “10 Compelling Ideas” series, part of the Future of Print initiative at ASU, which looks at new and innovative ways to present print materials to library visitors.

Thursday,
September
20

3D Printing Lithophanes-Pictures


A lithophane is an etched or molded artwork that presents a backlit 3D image with characteristics that vary depending on its light source. Learn how to 3D print lithophane pictures in this makerspace workshop. ASU Library maker classes are offered in the Hayden Library mrkspace, a hub for creativity, collaboration, learning and making.

Thursday,
September
20

Graduate College Outstanding Faculty Mentor Awards


Every year, the Graduate College awards outstanding graduate faculty members for their service in mentoring to the graduate student and postdoctoral scholar communities. Join us on Wednesday, Jan. 30, in Old Main's Carson Ballroom as we once again recognize our 2018 winners and honor this year's recipients of the Outstanding Postdoctoral Mentor, Outstanding Doctoral Mentor, Outstanding Master's Mentor and Outstanding Instructional Faculty Awards. This event is open to all graduate faculty, staff, postdoctoral scholars and...

Thursday,
September
20

One-on-One Consultations with TIAA Retirement Plan Representatives


Meet with a financial consultant on your campus from Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association. Receive free, personalized advice, guidance and support to help you make informed decisions regarding the following: Adequate investing to retire at the desired age
 Appropriate investing based on risk tolerance
 Converting investments into steady income after retirement Meeting financial goals in retirement Schedule an appointment today online or call 800-842-2252.

Thursday,
September
20

Open Mike Eagle with Video Dave and Special Guests


The ASU 365 Community Union welcomes Open Mike Eagle to Sun Devil Stadium's Coca-Cola Sun Deck. Open Mike Eagle, a Chicago native, released "Brick Body Kids Still Daydream" in late 2017, starting a worldwide tour including opening spots for Aesop Rock, WHY? and multiple U.S. headline shows as well as a live performance on Tiny Desk. The first half of 2018 saw Eagle headlining his biggest concerts to date all across Europe, coming home straight...

Thursday,
September
20

Thunderbird Downtown Open House


Please join Thunderbird’s Dean and Director General Dr. Sanjeev Khagram , students, faculty and staff at Thunderbird’s Open House. Enjoy a casual tour of our new location in One Arizona Center Tower, floors seven, eight and nine. After-party begins at 7:30 p.m. at the 1130 Restaurant (the temporary Thunderbird Pub) in the Arizona Center.

Thursday,
September
20

Pro Tips: Communicating for Career Success


Internships, paid employment and elite referrals start with a simple handshake. Languages and Cultures faculty member Dawn Penich-Thacker invites any interested ASU students, faculty or staff to attend her ENG 301: Writing in the Professions course on days in which guest speakers come in, for the series “Pro Tips: Communicating for Career Success.” Hear stories and get advice from top professionals in fields like political strategy, sustainability, women's advocacy, nonprofit, health care and real estate...