Fall 2020 Session C will now end on Friday, December 4, 2020. The final exam week originally scheduled Monday, December 7, 2020, through Saturday, December 12, 2020, will not take place.
All instruction after the Thanksgiving break will be remote.
Final exams, where applicable, should be held on the last day of class during the week of November 30.
Session B will conclude on December 4 as originally scheduled.
Deloitte U.S. Delivery Center Consulting will be hosting several virtual networking events and information sessions. They are also accepting applications for various full-time and internship opportunities. For more information, view the flyer.
Attend a virtual info session for the Operations Leadership Development Program with BAE Systems Inc., September 11
BAE Systems, Inc. will be hosting a virtual information session to engages students for their Operations Leadership Development Program (OLDP). ODLP is a prestigious three-year rotational program designed to develop high potential, entry-level individuals into future leaders. They would like to personally invite Arizona State graduating seniors to attend their virtual information session.
BAE Systems, Inc. virtual information session
Friday, September 11, 2020
9–11 a.m. MST
Learn more about this session and how to attend
During this time, current members of the OLDP will present for 30-45 minutes, leaving the remainder of time for any questions attendees may have.
Welcome to Fall 2020! Whether you’re here on campus or joining virtually from a different location, we’re excited to have you with us this semester. The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted us all in different ways and brought with it a unique set of challenges. It has also given us the opportunity to do what we do best — to innovate.
As a part of ASU’s proactive measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and promote well-being across the community, all students will be asked to “check in” on their health on a daily basis, beginning Monday, August 17, 2020. Find out more about what the daily health check entails.
ASU for You is an approach to education that supports Universal Learners® with resources from a national research university recognizing that to meet the needs of a rapidly changing, technology-driven world, people will need to access education and learning platforms throughout their lives.
This new offering — launched now at a time when the world faces unique challenges that demand innovation and adaptation — provides a flexible and growing set of digital educational assets. The program is designed for people of all ages and at all stages of their educational, career or lifelong learning journey — wherever in the world they may be.
The Krell University is now accepting applications for two prestigious Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Administration programs. The Stewardship Science Graduate Fellowship (DOE NNSA SSGF) and the Laboratory Residency Graduate Fellowship (DOE NNSA LRGF).
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.