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save the date, march 1, 2014
3D-IMAGINE: 3D-IMage Arrays to Graphically Implement New Education
Zone 4 | ISTB 4 Lobby area
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
Get hands on experience with robots involved in planetary exploration research! Learn about the science, technology and engineering behind these robots. Visitors will also be able to interact with circuits and micro-controllers to make LED's and other projects come to life!
Zone 3 | ECG Student Center
Interactive word games for all ages designed by Regents' Professor and poet Alberto Ríos. Prizes for correct answers!
Open house at the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (ACMRS)! Experience first-hand what it was like to live in Medieval times. Try shooting the catapult, see medieval costumes and weaponry, try on actual chain mail, helmets, and the heavy weight of a sword! See members of the AZ Renaissance Festival in costume and a demonstration of Scottish Highland Dance!
Can video games be an effective tool for teaching and learning? Play for yourself and learn how interactive, educational games are being used in innovative ways to prepare excellent teachers. Come and join the Sanford Inspire Program and the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College!
Zone 1 | Coor Hall 150
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
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.
If you like fun, mind-stimulating games, Computer Science may be for you! Come to Women in Computer Science's exhibit to challenge yourself and discover the process of problem solving in Computer Science and Engineering.
Zone 3 | ECG Student Center
Get an immediate experience of ASU's insect collection with more and 700,000 specimens and learn about research related to their diversity and natural history in Arizona and beyond. Staff and students will be available to interact and learn with visitors of all ages
Professor Judd Bowman and the Low-frequency Cosmology Group (LoCo Lab) invite you to search and discover Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) and Radio Astronomy!
Learn about the Electromagnetic Spectrum, RFI and the need for "Radio Quiet" zones to study the Radio Sky in remote areas like Green Bank WV, Western Australia and South Africa.
With pens or pixels—how do you like to write? Add to community writing projects on a chalkboard or a Twitter backchannel. Facilitated by members of English's Writing Programs, where: “writing takes place.”
Come tour the Mars Space Flight Facility and see: Images "Live from Mars"; a full-scale model of the Mars Exploration Rovers, Spirit and Opportunity; hallways lined with spectacular Mars images. You will also have a chance to talk with scientists currently studying Mars for the latest information.
The School of International Letters and Cultures shares the ancient and sacred art of henna tattooing. Henna tattoo artists will be on hand to give live demonstrations on volunteers from the public.
Come inside and enjoy hands-on activities! Experience demonstrations of research tackling societal challenges such as the future of disease prevention and detection, security, and sustainability.
Comic books and graphic novels have become popular and valued parts of library collections all over the world. But how are they created? Join us to find out and make your own comic strip or graphic novel page. Comic artists and writers of all ages are welcome.
Stop by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera (LROC) Visitors Center in the Interdisciplinary A (INTDSA) building and watch the staff target images of the Moon in the Science Operation Center. You will also be able to view the Moon through telescopes (weather permitting), talk to LROC staff and students who can answer your questions about the Moon and provide informal tours. You can also see the latest high-resolution LROC images on display in the hallway and lobby.