May 22, 2015

Community

04/01/10

Celebrate Mother's Day at the Rock Art Center

Looking for an usual place to take your mother for her big day in May?

03/31/10

Canon Leadership Program teaches valuable skills

Can one person change the world? The Canon Leadership Program likes to think so.

03/31/10

Ubiquity conducts 'state of the LGBTQA union'

Domestic partner benefits and key issues affecting the LGBTQA community will be discussed at the April 7 event.

03/31/10

Culinary challenge heats up ASU kitchens

The ACE competition recognizes and rewards outstanding chefs throughout the organization and provides ARAMARK chefs with the opportunity to share their culinary expertise with the broader community.

03/31/10

ASU passport office issues friendly reminder

Effective last June, new regulations from the U.S. Department of State require all U.S. citizens to have a passport book or passport card when traveling outside the United States.

03/31/10

Phoenix yerberias focus of Rock Art Center lecture

Donna Ruiz y Costello, a recent ASU graduate in Transborder Chicana/o and Latina/o Studies (TCLS), will present a free lecture titled “The Role of Valley Yerberías and Their Owners in Phoenix Latino Neighborhoods” at Deer Valley Rock Art Center.

03/31/10

ASU and Phoenix Art Museum unveil treasured Southeast Asian textiles from professor's collection

A little over 35 years ago, Tom Hudak - now a professor of linguistics at Arizona State University - was a Fulbright scholar living in Sumatra, teaching English at Sriwijaya University in Palembang

03/25/10

Student volunteers needed for simulated public health emergency

ASU students are invited to participate in a simulated public health emergency exercise on April 13.

03/24/10

Communities connect in the name of learning something new

From coffee meet-ups to workshops to arts and crafts, “Communities Connect Dialogues” is a new university collaborative designed to bring the ASU community together in the name of learning something new.

03/23/10

Rep. David Lujan to discuss civic leadership

On April 1, Rep. Lujan and ASU history professor Eduardo Pagan will address leadership in challenging times.

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