RISE event — Student discussion: Request for student voices re-visited — What have been challenges for students of color over the past 6 months?

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RISE logoStudent discussion: Request for student voices re-visited — What have been challenges for students of color over the past 6 months?
Monday, November 23, 2020
6–7 p.m.
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In this open student discussion, undergraduate and graduate students of color will have a chance to talk about what have been the challenges and hardships in the last several months. This will be a safe space for students to share their thoughts and experiences with others. We ask that only students of color attend this session. SoLS directors and members of the SoLS advisory committee for diversity and inclusion will be present at this event to listen to student concerns and demands.

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Devils Invent: Drone Defense

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The next Devils Invent weekend design challenge is to solve a problem related to drone use, in partnership with Boeing and the Department of Homeland Security Center of Excellence.

You’ll have all the tools you need to build your solution in this Zoom and Discord event. The top three finishers will receive prizes in the form of scholarships!

Devils Invent: Drone Defense
Friday, October 23, 2020, at 5 p.m. (new start time!)–Sunday, October 25, 2020, at 3 p.m.
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IE Decision Systems Engineering Fall ’20 Seminar Series: Framework for Loss Distribution of the Operational Risk of Vehicle-to-Vehicle Cooperation to Marshal Traffic via Monetization of Highway Space

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IE Decision Systems Engineering Fall '20 Seminar Series: Framework for Loss Distribution of the Operational Risk of Vehicle-to-Vehicle Cooperation to Marshal Traffic via Monetization of Highway Space, October 23

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Learn about a framework for loss distribution of the operational risk of vehicle-to-vehicle cooperation to marshal traffic via monetization of highway space in this IE Decision Systems Engineering Fall ’20 Seminar Series event hosted by Giulia Pedrielli.

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Study Abroad for Fulton Schools Students

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Study abroad image of people on safari.

The COVID-19 pandemic has altered plans for many with interest to study abroad. As we look forward to the time when international travel is safer and more secure, come join us to learn about how education abroad can enhance your preparation for an engineering or technical career, get updates on safety and security responses to COVID-19, review information about eligibility and earning credit, find out about funding and scholarships and more!

Study Abroad for Fulton Schools Students
Friday, October 23, 2020
2–3 p.m.
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Civic Learning for a Diverse Democracy: Centering the Graduate Student Role

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Is the role of higher education to reflect society or to reflect the society we aspire to become? For Dr. Sylvia Hurtado, this year’s featured speaker for the Graduate College Distinguished Lecture, it’s the latter. Higher education should play a role in creating greater equity and a more diverse democracy and graduate students can play a critical role as they teach and mentor undergraduates.

Civic Learning for a Diverse Democracy: Centering the Graduate Student Role
Thursday, October 22, 2020
Noon–1 p.m. (lecture and Q&A)
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About the speaker
Sylvia Hurtado is Professor, Graduate School of Education and Information Studies at UCLA, in the Division of Higher Education and Organizational Change. Her numerous publications focus on undergraduate education, student development in college and diversity in higher education.

About the lecture series
Each year, the Graduate College Distinguished Lecture series brings a leading scholar to engage the ASU community in a discussion of the advancement of graduate education as a public good and how to attract, nurture, and inspire future generations of advanced learners, who will foster opportunity and well-being in their communities.

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