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The Unit for Data Science and Analytics is hosting Open Lab every Wednesday for you to connect with experts and other students, work on projects and organize new groups and attend instructional sessions.
We need your help at ASU Open Door! The Tempe and Polytechnic campuses will soon host visitors to explore and experience the creative energy that powers a world-class university — and the Fulton Schools play an important and major role.
You can help us make this awesome event a success! Volunteer positions range from assisting with hands-on activities to helping set up and clean up.
Join the Fulton Schools for fun and food before the men’s basketball team takes on the Arizona Wildcats! The party is open to all in the Fulton Schools community, even if you choose not to attend the game.
Fulton Schools Residential Community Tailgate
Thursday, January 31, 2019
PV Beach in front of Tooker House (TKRH), Tempe campus [map]
Sign up to attend — only registered attendees get free Waldo’s BBQ and a t-shirt!
Food will be served from 4–5:45 p.m.
Please make sure to register for the total number of people in your party. All Fulton Schools students must individually register. Learn how to reserve your student tickets for the game.
Industry-recognized executives and thought leaders from Starbucks and ASU will share their insights on technology careers and industry experience at an upcoming career program designed for ASU students. Don’t miss this opportunity to be inspired and to gain insights from visionary leaders!
See what our graduate students are researching at Underrepresented Intellect: a research symposium for graduate students of color. All graduate students, faculty and staff are invited to attend, provide feedback and support speakers, and undergraduate students are welcome to attend to observe and learn about graduate research.
Community Outreach and Advocacy for Refugees, or COAR, is a student organization here at ASU that focuses on helping and supporting refugees in the area.
An Oregon State University research team is conducting the first national study on the experiences of transgender and gender nonconforming undergraduate (TGNC) students in engineering and computer science education programs, and they’re looking for undergraduate student participants.
The research team is asking undergraduate students who identify as members of the TGNC community to participate in an online questionnaire about their educational experiences.