Enjoy a free Thanksgiving Dinner hosted by ASU Student Media/Off-Campus Housing, in partnership with the Sun Devil Family Association and Apollo Apartments — just bring a can of food to donate to the City of Tempe Food Bank!
The end of the fall 2019 semester is fast approaching and your academic success, as well as your health and wellness, are important to us.
During this challenging time of the semester, we encourage you to use this list of resources, tips and suggestions. We ask that you continue to embrace the ASU Student Honor Code by completing your final exams with integrity and honesty and promote these values among your peers.
- Double-check the date, time and location of your final exam for each class.
- If you have more than three final exams on the same day, contact your instructor to move one to a different day.
- If you have academic integrity questions, refer to the Academic Integrity Office website.
- Prioritize studying for tests that have the most impact on your grades.
- Review quizzes, exams and homework and rework sample/practice problems.
- Eat a nourishing meal and get a good night’s sleep before each of your exams.
- Check the Fulton Schools’ Tutoring Centers schedules: The final day the tutoring centers will be open for the fall 2019 semester is Friday, December 6, 2019. (Our tutors are students too!) ECG 104 will close at 3 p.m. ECF 102 and CTRPT 114 will close at 7:00 p.m. The centers will reopen for the spring 2020 session on Monday, January 21, 2020.
- Fulton Schools tutoring is also available through our virtual tutoring format.
- Free tutoring services are also available to students at the Polytechnic campus, Tempe campus and online. Search for a tutor who can help with any of your class needs.
- Finally, while the Fulton Tutoring Centers are closed for tutoring during finals week, December 9–13, the tutoring labs in ECG 104, ECF 102, Centerpoint 114 (CIDSE) and Tooker House eSpace D101 will be open for quiet study only. While no formal tutoring will be offered, these spaces will be open as an additional study space. ECG 104, ECF 102 and Centerpoint 114 will be open December 9–12 from 9 a.m.–5 p.m.; and on Friday, December 13 will close at noon; Tooker D101 will be open Sunday, December 8: 4–9 p.m.; Monday–Thursday: 6–9 p.m.
We wish you the very best as you prepare for and take your final exams!
Attention upper-division undergrads and first-year graduate students: apply for the Los Alamos National Laboratory Summer Research program!
The Los Alamos National Laboratory will be hosting its 21st edition of the Los Alamos Dynamics Summer School. The LADSS focuses students on the multi-disciplinary field of dynamics, spanning electrical, mechanical, structural and cyber-physical systems from Monday, June 8 to Friday, August 14, 2020.
The students apply their research to creating solutions to LADSS mission-relevant problems defined by LANL R&D engineers and scientists. The program also offers formal technical and career-development tutorials; it is designed for upper-division
ASU will host a special guest invited by President Crow, Amory Lovins, Rocky Mountain Institute Cofounder and Chief Scientist on April 24–25. During his visit, Lovins will give two Global Futures Special Seminars on energy.
Refreshments will be served at both lectures.
Oil suppliers have more unsellable than unburnable oil; they are more at risk from competition than from climate regulation. Electricity suppliers too face a swarm of disruptors that will transform their business beyond recognition. As these two vast industries merge and as insurgents in both challenge incumbents, almost everything we thought we knew about energy is ripe for rapid and profound change.
Energy efficiency is traditionally viewed as a pile of separate technologies to be added in order of increasing cost. Yet designing buildings, vehicles, and factories instead as whole systems can save several-fold more energy at several-fold lower cost. Examples spanning all sectors and virtually all applications even show that such “integrative design” can often make savings cost less as their quantity grows. Countries still building much of their infrastructure can more easily build it right than fix it later, so integrative design offers an extraordinary opportunity to stretch capital budgets by leveraging enormous supply-side savings.