Attend “Becoming an Engineer: Challenging Traditional and Normative Conceptions of Engineering through Identity,” February 25

Posted by on Feb 19, 2019 in Events, Faculty, Opportunities, Research, Students | 0 comments

Please join Cassandra (Groen) McCall, PhD, Post-doctoral Research Associate at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University for the seminar, “Becoming an Engineer: Challenging Traditional and Normative Conceptions of Engineering through Identity,” February 25!

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Guest lecture — attend Diverse students and educational institutions: reframing conceptualizations of heterogeneity in engineering education, February 28

Posted by on Feb 19, 2019 in Events, Faculty, Research, Students | 0 comments

Please join us for a talk on Thursday, February 28 where assistant research professor Bruk T. Berhane, University of Maryland, will present a seminar titled, “Diverse students and educational institutions: reframing conceptualizations of heterogeneity in engineering education.”

Bruk Berhane guest lecture

 

 

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Graduating students: Save the date for Grad Fair, March 12 and March 19–21

Posted by on Feb 18, 2019 in Events, Features, Graduate Students, International Students, Spirit and Traditions, Students | 0 comments

Congratulations on your upcoming graduation! Make sure you’re prepared to celebrate at ASU Commencement and the Fulton Schools Convocation ceremonies with your cap, gown and tassel.

Grad Fair is your only chance to receive exclusive discounts on your graduation garb through Herff Jones.

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Attend the ASU-Mayo Center for Innovating Imaging Invited Lecture Series: Neuroimaging of Headaches, February 22

Posted by on Feb 12, 2019 in Events, Faculty, Fulton Schools, Graduate Students, Staff, Students | 0 comments

Neuroimaging has played an important role in advancing our understanding of the neuropathology underlying headache. ASU-Mayo Center for Innovative Imaging faculty members Jorge Caviedes, Teresa Wu and Jing Li invite you to a lecture on the results of these studies. The results have demonstrated widespread changes in structure and function in patients with migraine and post-traumatic headache in a number of brain regions now commonly called the ‘pain-matrix.’

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