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save the date, march 1, 2014
Join us for a fun and exciting evening while we explore the Transborder Region through Film. We will offer educational activities for the entire family including, tours of Historic maps and art collections, face painting, and a scavenger hunt. The evening will include a special musical presentation and performance.
A suspended garden of lightweight translucent forms made of multiple layers of laser cut plexiglas. These computer generated blossoms pulse in response to local real time data such as river water flows, barometric pressure, CO2 levels and air particulate readings. In addition, the environment reacts dramatically to people passing under it through responsive sound and quickening light pulses. What music will you create as you walk through? Created by Mary Neubaeur and Todd Ingalls.
Hungry from all of the fun of the Night of the Open Door? Visit the Origins Project Club Snack Table where you can purchase a variety of food and beverages. All proceeds benefit the student-run Origins Project Club. You can also receive information about the exciting science-focused public programming and cutting-edge research being facilitated by the Origins Project at ASU.
Zone 2 | Cady Mall, near the intersection with Tyler Mall
Children's Activities - Color, decorate, and take home stars and comets with you at our Children's Activity table! Build your own rocket, redesign the planets, and take home other toys and free goodies.
Telescope Viewing - Ever wanted to look at the night sky? Don't have a telescope? Stop by the viewing deck and experience the vast beauty that the night sky has to offer!
Zone 4 | ISTB 4 2nd floor AND PSH 5th floor
Stop by the School of International Letters and Cultures to learn more about studying abroad in Brazil, Québec, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Mexico, Romania, Spain, and China.
Come check out sustainability and how you can make a positive impact in your own neighborhood and city. Activities from the Global Institute of Sustainability and School of Sustainability will include an onsite Caricature Artist to capture your best look for your own personal souvenir, a Global-Traveler pose photo, computer games for children, hands-on displays about the ecology of the city, and interactive models of water use in the Valley, as well as other materials about how ASU is contributing to local and global sustainability.
The CCS Mobile Training Center proudly introduces two new products coming to your schools: Channel One News InterActiv and SAFE system, security alert for education.
The Ronald Greeley Center for Planetary Studies (RGCPS), also known as the Space Photography Laboratory (SPL), is a NASA Regional Planetary Information Facility (RPIF). Visit and see selected images of archived and current planetary missions, as well as plasma displays and maps of interest. Come and explore!
The center was renamed to honor Dr. Greeley, who came to ASU in 1977 and propelled the ASU Planetary Geology Group into a tremendous legacy of exploration that continues today with Curiosity on Mars! Come and explore!
Zone 4 | Bateman Physical Science Building, F Wing, 5th floor AND ISTB 4, 2nd floor
Learning Support Services in the School of International Letters and Cultures presents its new “project-based learning lab” – the SILC LSS Collaboratory at this open house event.
Volcanoes are cool! Many would agree and volcanoes are becoming places of interest for many a tourist around the world. But what does it mean to understand how volcanoes work. Come and find out during the Nght of the Open Door. We have a dynamic group here at ASU working on a variety of problems to crack the secrets of some of the most beautiful, and dangerous, phenomena on the planet.
Zone 4 | ISTB4 room 121