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Tempe Spring Graduate Writing Workshop Series
The Graduate Writing Centers will be hosting workshops throughout the spring semester on writing in Graduate School. Various topics include Managing the Thesis & Dissertation Writing Process, Writing Effectively: The Art of Argument, Preparing to Submit for Possible Publication and more! See the Full schedule of topics along with dates, times, and locations online at https://tutoring.asu.edu/graduate.
FREE Concert – Featuring Hunter Hayes
The Programming and Activities Board is bringing Hunter Hayes to ASU for a FREE concert for students and one guest!
Time: Doors Open @ 6pm, Show starts @ 9pm
Location: Sun Devil Fitness Complex – Tempe
Click here to reserve your FREE tickets: https://eoss.asu.edu/pab/devilpalooza/register
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Call for Student Posters
Arizona Public Health Association is accepting abstracts for student poster presentations at the 2016 Spring Conference at the Desert Willow Conference Center in Phoenix, AZ on April 5. We encourage abstracts in all areas of public health from all public health disciplines, including exercise, wellness, nutrition, and environmental, among others! This is a great opportunity to showcase your work to Arizonan health professionals from various backgrounds and institutions, and make connections with future colleagues. There will also be cash prizes for top presentations!
The deadline for submissions is February 15, 2016 at 5:00pm. Please go to http://www.azpha.org/conference for more information or contact Lauren Savaglio (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Active Recreation: Upcoming Events and Games
Active Recreation is a relaxed environment for ASU students to play in casual drop-in activities and games. The best part is, our activities and games are created by students FOR STUDENTS, so they are ideally what is in demand. Completely unique to ASU, this program is entirely FREE. If you are a student you can participate in as many Active Recreation events as you please!
For the student looking to play at an unrestricted level with no commitment to leagues, Active Recreation is the place for you! The student experience is valuable; therefore, these are activities, events and games for students by students, come play!
The schedule is completed and posted monthly. This allows students to provide feedback and insight on what events they would want to participate in for the next month.
Active Recreation’s first semester, Fall 2015, wasn’t as successful as we hoped it would be. This semester, we want to focus on developing a relationship with GPSA. One main goal of Active Rec is to get the students who are not traditionally involved on campus involved in some way! As a graduate student myself, I know how demanding academics can be. However, by the same token, we know how beneficial taking your mind off of homework, tests, or studying can be. Come out and play events with Active Recreation for time off studying, a stress reliever, or just to have some fun.
We can also program whatever events/activities the students want. We are not constricted to just athletic events. We have chess, Pokémon, and other nontraditional events scheduled already this semester.
Our first event will be a chess tournament at the Memorial Union on Feb. 13th from 12:00-2:00pm
I look forward to hearing back from some of you!
If you need anything else from us, please do not hesitate to email me directly at email@example.com
Sun Devil Fitness Complex
Science Fiction TV Dinner: Lost in Space
Tuesday, February 16, 6:00pm
Free event – RSVP today at http://asulostinspace.eventbrite.com
Location: Marston Exploration Theater, ISTB4 building, ASU Tempe campus
Running alongside Star Trek’s original series at the dawn of the Space Age, Lost in Space presented a strikingly different vision for the future of human exploration in space. Lost in Space imagines deep space colonization as homesteading: the series is based on the classic novel The Swiss Family Robinson, and it blends domestic squabbles among members of a nuclear family with malfunctioning robots, emergency landings, rocket suits, Cold War espionage, and perilous alien encounters.
Join us for a screening and conversation with Paul Hirt, a professor of environmental history and senior sustainability scholar at Arizona State University, and Ruth Wylie, assistant director of the Center for Science and the Imagination and assistant research professor at ASU’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College.
We’ll have free dinner available for the first 150 guests. RSVP today at http://asulostinspace.eventbrite.com.
Have questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Help Wanted: Survey Researcher Position
Job Title: Survey Researcher
Pay Rate: Up to $15/hour for 5-20 hours/week
The Professional Engineering Pathways Study is a large, multi-institutional NSF-funded project aimed at developing new understandings of the career preparedness and decision-making of engineering students, for use in improving the career services and advising offered to these students on college campuses. This study focuses particularly on students’ experiences, perceptions, and plans as they look toward their initial career steps. Now in its second year, the project is scheduled to launch a longitudinal survey of engineering juniors and seniors at six U.S. institutions in April and May of 2016.
The project is seeking a highly-motivated ASU student to help with the first wave of data collection and analysis. Specifically, the candidate selected for this position will assist with the following activities: (1) implementing the survey online, (2) developing advertising and recruiting materials, (3) piloting the survey with a sample of ASU students, and (4) collecting, organizing, and analyzing the survey data.
• The primary qualification is motivation.
• Strong organizational, data analysis, and English oral and written communication skills.
• Ability to work effectively and independently within a complex structured team, work from general instructions on standard job duties and specific directions/instructions on new assignments, and exercise judgment within defined procedures and practices to determine appropriate action.
• Coursework and experience in developing surveys (e.g., in Qualtrics) and analyzing survey data.
• Working knowledge of quantitative research methods and software packages (e.g., SPSS and Excel).
• Interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education.
Employment Period: Spring Semester 2016, with the potential to continue through Summer 2016 and Fall Semester 2016, given satisfactory performance.
Location: ASU Polytechnic Campus and/or ASU Tempe Campus. Some flexibility in location. The candidate will need to work with Dr. Samantha Brunhaver (PI, and assistant professor in The Polytechnic School engineering program) to establish a mutually convenient time/place to regularly meet.
Number of Positions: 1-2
To apply, submit resume to email@example.com.
Versatile PhD Panel Discussions
• An Applied Mathematics PhD who has worked in software development for many years as a developer and Team Lead, and is now Technical Project Manager at a legal software company
• A Biophysics PhD who is a Scientific Software Developer at a mathematical computing software company
• A Genetics PhD who does Business Development, Sales Engineering, and Technical Account Management at an enterprise software company while also adjuncting on the side
• An Applied Mathematics PhD who adjuncted briefly before becoming a Software Developer at General Motors
Fellowship in University Innovation
The Fellowship in University Innovation (http://ui.asu.edu/fellowship) at Arizona State University (ASU) is designed to engage early career policy-makers, analysts, researchers, communicators, writers, designers and leaders in big ideas and real program building processes that can transform higher education institutions. Fellows will develop skills essential to building and communicating programs linked to institutional and societal change, and will be given a unique opportunity to reimagine existing institutions. Fellows will form an interdisciplinary team that utilizes a diversity of experiences to contribute to high-level projects, learn from university leaders and support institutional innovation.
We are now accepting applications for the 2016-2017 Fellowship in University Innovation. Come help us continue to transform the role of higher education. Priority application deadline is March 6, 2016.
After Paris: ENERGY, CARBON, and SOCIETY IN GLOBAL TRANSITION
The December 2015 Paris climate deal marks a major turning point in the global debate about energy change. In its wake, societies around the world confront the pragmatic challenge of transforming the world’s energy systems from bottom-to-top. This transformation raises profound and complex questions at the intersection of energy, carbon, and society. How are carbon and the energy infrastructures built around it wrapped up in our forms of cultural, economic, and political organization—and how will these change as we decarbonize energy systems? What will energy transitions look like, and how will they shape future societies? How will our energy futures reflect our energy pasts—and what can we learn from past energy transitions to inform future pathways? How do we manage the complex processes of socio-technical change entailed in energy systems change? How can we ensure that the benefits, costs, and risks of energy transitions are distributed justly across diverse communities in global chains of energy supply and demand? Join us as we take up these questions in conversation with two of today’s most important and provocative thinkers about energy and society.
9:00 am – 10:45 am
Biodesign B 105 Auditorium
727 E. Tyler St., Tempe
Living oil, casting the modern energy system and aspirations for a renewable future
Stephanie LeMenager is the Barbara and Carlisle Moore Professor of English and Environmental Studies at the University of Oregon. She is the author of four books, most recently Living Oil and Teaching Climate Change in the Humanities, a collection co-edited with Stephen Siperstein and Shane Hall.
LeMenager will discuss the concept of “Zombie Fuel,” which extends her proposition of Living Oil, casting the modern energy system and aspirations for a renewable future as a comedic horror story about living death—and
resilience—in the Anthropocene.
The Light of New Fires
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Memorial Union 202 – Alumni
Energy challenges yesterday, today and tomorrow
Richard Rhodes is the author or editor of 25 works of fiction, history and memoir including The Making of the Atomic Bomb, which won a Pulitzer Prize, a National Book Award and a National Book Critics Circle Award. He has been a host and correspondent for documentaries on public television’s Frontline and American Experience series. He has been a visiting scholar at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard University and Stanford University. He lives near San Francisco, on Half Moon Bay.
Presented by School for the Future of Innovation in Society
· Center for Energy in Society
· ASU Department of English
Creating Success by Whom we Include: a Dialogue with ASU President Michael Crow
Recent events at universities throughout the United States have focused national attention on issues of student and faculty diversity, campus climate and inclusion. ASU President Michael M. Crow will speak about the role of inclusion as a central tenet of the ASU Charter and discuss the environment of innovation that drives our success as the New American University. ASU has one of the most diverse campus communities in the nation, and a robust set of community engagement initiatives. Joining him will be members from his leadership team for an unparalleled opportunity to explore inclusion at ASU.
Michael M. Crow, President, Arizona State University
Ray Anderson, Vice President for University Athletics
Bryan Brayboy, President’s Professor, School of Social Transformation; Director, Center for Indian Education; Special Advisor to President Crow on American Indian Initiatives
Edmundo Hidalgo, Vice President for Outreach Partnerships
Colleen Jennings–Roggensack, Executive Director, ASU Gammage; Assistant Vice President of Cultural Affairs
Moderator: Delia Saenz
Associate Professor, Psychology
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Thursday, February 18, 11am at the Marston Exploration Theater (ISTB-4)
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