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save the date, march 1, 2014
The T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics is dedicated to enhancing the well-being of children, youth, and families through innovative inter-disciplinary research, instructional excellence, and active community involvement. We strive to be a leader in fusing basic and applied research and in translating scientific knowledge into solutions for pressing problems related to children, youth, families. Join us to find out more about what we do!
4pm – 8pm – Child Fingerprinting
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
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
Learn about exciting research going on at ASU to produce fuels from sunlight without warming the earth! 4th year graduate student Justin Flory will explain how his research adapts natural photosynthesis from plants and bacteria to make it suitable for capturing and storing solar energy on an industrial scale. He is eager to answer questions and discuss your ideas on alternative energy, climate change, fossil fuels or any of your other scientific curiosities!
Find out more about Justin and his amazing research:
Zone 2 | LSC Atrium
An interesting display of different bacterial colonies with diverse lifestyles and ubiquitous natures. See it all under the microscope! Bacteria are EVERYWHERE.....
Explore the world of sea turtles by interactively with School of Life Sciences graduate students! Kids will love learning all about these special and unique creatures! Please visit us in the SOLS Learning Resource Center.
Zone 2 | World of the Sea Turtle
The ASU Arboretum is a flourishing oasis of plants from around the world. As Arizona's largest public arboretum, it is home to approximately 908 species.
School of Life Sciences (SOLS) Self-Guided Campus Tour.
Emerge unites artists, engineers, scientists, storytellers and designers to build, draw, write and rethink the future of the human species and the environments that we share. To accomplish this, we challenge pioneers, changemakers and futurists from a variety of fields to respond to the question “what kind of future do we want to create?” In short, ASU is determined to break down the barriers between those making the future and those thinking about what it all means.