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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.
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.
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
What is it like to launch into space on the Space Shuttle, or to float weightless and work on the International Space Shuttle? Come meet NASA astronaut Catherine "Cady" Coleman and experience her journey. Extraordinary slideshow (out of this world), talk, Q & A. Do you have what it takes to follow in her footsteps? Find out!
Laptop Orchestra of Arizona State (LOrkAS) is an experimental sonic art performance collective exploring the use of the laptop as ensemble instrument for musical expression. We are using this medium to develop new possibilities and skills in listening, improvisation, performance, composition, coding, and teaching, as well as adapting contemporary classical repertoire and 'classic' laptop orchestra works for our purposes. Visit the group's website at http://lorkas.org
LOrkAS will perform:
Bee Hive Observation Display A live observation bee hive! See how the queen and her worker bees interact and learn about the role of bees in our world. ASU's resident expert Osman Kaftanoglu hosts the buzz for visitors with a photographic exhibit, too.
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