Tempe campus Activities

Natural Science | Presentation

Discovery of the Electron

Our modern understanding of the atom has a story that begins in the 4th century B.C.E., around the time of Aristotle. See how, over 2000 years later, the electron was discovered. See a beam of electrons, called a cathode ray, in a cathode ray tube, the ancestor to the television.

Business | Presentation

Strengthening Higher Education Access in Malawi Activity (SHEAMA) funded by USAID

SHEAMA is a 4-year, USAID funded activity that started in December 2018. SHEAMA is being implemented by Arizona State University (ASU) with its consortium partners that include Overseas Strategic Consulting and Malawi’s five public universities i.e. MZUNI; LUANAR; Chancellor College, Polytechnic and MUST; and local industries. SHEAMA endeavors to develop a viable and effective ODL model with Malawian universities that is economically sustainable, feasible, replicable and appropriate for Malawi. The goal of SHEAMA is to increase Malawi’s skilled and employable workforce—especially adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) and vulnerable young men.

Social Science | Tour

Study Abroad video

Watch this fun video from a Hugh Downs School Starbucks online student on her study abroad experience in 2017 to London, Edinburgh, and Dublin

Student Life | Tour

Student Pavilion Sustainability Tour

Welcome to the Student Pavilion! Located at the center of ASU’s Tempe campus since August of 2017, ASU’s Student Pavilion has been a hub of student life and hands-on sustainability engagement. In terms of the building itself, sustainability is a huge part of the original design and vision. It is LEED Platinum Certified and ASU’s first & Arizona’s largest net-zero energy-goal building. This tour will review the sustainability features of the building and will discuss how the building was designed and constructed.

Social Science | Presentation

Ask An Anthropologist! How did you know where to find Lucy?

How did you know where to find Lucy? Institute of Human Origins Founding Director Donald Johanson—and discoverer of the 3.2-million year-old human ancestor fossil "Lucy"—answers questions about how we "became human." Would you like to ask a question? Submit your question at the link.

Natural Science | Demonstration

Good Vibrations: Exploring Resonance with ASU Society of Physics Students

Meet current members of the ASU Society of Physics Students. Explore the physics of resonance and get some good vibrations in these demonstrations using a Tibetan bowl, Ruben’s tube, and Chladni plates.

Natural Science | Tour

Biodesign Institute. Innovative. Impactful.

Take a look at all the innovation and impact that is happening within ASU's Biodesign Institute. Brought to you by the Biodesign Institute, a unit of the ASU Knowledge Enterprise.

Social Science | Demonstration

Ask An Anthropologist! "Try it" Activity—Thumbs Down!

Try this easy at-home activity to test why your opposable thumbs are so important to humans! Try to build with Legos using only your fingers and no thumbs! Our fingers let us do many things easily and precisely. We can get food, make tools, and play with toys. Before human hands evolved to their modern form, our hominin ancestors began walking upright. This left their arms and hands free to carry things and make tools. Tools provided our ancestors with a great advantage, and so human hands—and brains—continued to evolve to allow tool use.

Humanities | Presentation

CSI Skill Tree: Video Games and Possible Futures

CSI Skill Tree is a series of events and videos that examines and celebrates how video games envision possible futures, build rich and thought-provoking worlds, and engage people as active participants in unfolding and interpreting stories. Our guests include game developers, scholars, critics and journalists, science fiction authors, and other interesting folks working at the intersection of technological change and story craft. So far we’ve looked at indie games like Subsurface Circular and Waking Mars, big-budget games like Death Stranding and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, critical favorites like 80 Days and Flower, and classics like Sid Meier’s Alpha Centauri.

Engineering | Demonstration

NEWT technology demonstration

Nanosystems Engineering Research Center for Nanotechnology Enabled Water Treatment (NEWT) is an interdisciplinary, multi-institution nanosystems engineering research center, funded by the National Science Foundation. NEWT uses advanced, new technologies that are safer, cost less, and more environment-friendly than the current technologies, to provide people with more clean drinking water. This video demonstrates some of our advanced techniques through an interactive learning activity that explains (nano-technology, water re-use) using common household/craft supplies.

Social Science | Presentation

Goldenrods Deserve a Place in Your Garden

In New England, Autumn often means crisp mornings, fresh squeezed apple cider, piping hot cinnamon donuts and pumpkin patches. Thriving in the background of this scene—ubiquitous, but often overlooked—are goldenrods. Their brilliant yellow spires add color to tired roadways, fields, and woodlands. There are more than 100 different species of goldenrod and nine grow in Arizona. Every last one of them is a pollinator powerhouse, providing nectar and pollen. From June through October they bloom, cheering up farm fields, fences, and our gardens, if we allow them space. Learn about this incredible plant and all the wildlife it supports.

Social Science | Presentation

Character-Driven Leadership

As part of Arizona State University’s Innovation Week 2020, General Freakley, Special Advisor to President at ASU, gives an introduction to the tenets of character-driven leadership. Freakley is part of the Leadership, Diplomacy and National Security Lab within The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. The Leadership, Diplomacy and National Security Lab advances character-driven leadership, diplomacy, and national security education and training in support of the full range of university enterprises.

Natural Science | Presentation

Extinction and the Value of Biodiversity with Leah Gerber

Join Leah Gerber, founding director of Arizona State University’s Center for Biodiversity Outcomes, as she explores the topic of biodiversity as it relates to extinction.

Student Life | Presentation

Access ASU and SPARKS, many SPARKS

Access ASU creates many SPARKS in the community through educational programming throughout the year for the next generation of ASU students. Our SPARKS ambassadors are leading the way by connecting students and families to summer program opportunities, family engagement programs, and much more. Check out our ASU student led session to learn more about the SPARKS being created in the ASU community and how you can SPARK your college pathway.

Natural Science | Presentation

EdPlus at ASU

EdPlus is a central enterprise unit for ASU focused on the design and scalable delivery of digital teaching and learning models to increase student success and reduce barriers to achievement in higher education.

Sustainability | Presentation

Dinner for 9.6 Billion

As our world population continues to growth exponentially, what happens when our resources finite? Join us for discussion of what sustainable solutions we can do while we live through this peril and be introduced to one of our new Food Systems program within the Arizona State University School of Sustainability.

Social Science | Presentation

Epidemics as Systems!

When the media reports on COVID-19 and SARS-CoV-2, do you ever hear about “R-naught” (R0)? You might have heard what this number represents, but where does it come from? Epidemiologists view the spread of disease through a population as the output of a system of interactions between individuals. Just like “temperature” helps determine the speed a gas moves through a room without keeping track of every molecule of that gas, ”R0” helps determine the speed of disease spread through a population. Here we describe the systems thinking behind epidemics and give an idea of how to better understand complex systems.

Natural Science | Tour

Emerging Minds Lab

Take a tour of our lab space! In our lab, we investigate how infants and young children learn about the world around them. We look at: (1) how children's early curiosity supports their thinking and reasoning; (2) what role the social and cultural environment plays in shaping early learning; and (3) how children's extraordinary capacity for learning differs from other closely related species. To conduct this work, we use a variety of methodological approaches (e.g. behavioral experiments, naturalistic observations, looking-based paradigms) across a range of species, ages, and diverse cultural groups.

Natural Science | Presentation

AZ Space Technologies: Exploring with ASU Space Missions

See a presentation by AZ Space Technologies, a contractor company providing support to these upcoming mission teams: LTES, EMIRS, SPARCS, and LunaH-Map. This video will highlight an instrument built at ASU to explore Mars.

Natural Science | Presentation

Campaign ASU 2020/Piper video of Josh and Biodesign

Philanthropic funding accelerates important research at ASU's Biodesign Institute. Brought to you by the Biodesign Institute, a unit of the ASU Knowledge Enterprise.

Engineering | Demonstration

Graphite Circuit

Light up a lamp using a circuit made out of graphite! This activity demonstrates the conductivity of graphite, which is also the source material for graphene, a single layer of carbon atoms.

Engineering | Demonstration

Learn from Nature! CoRncrete

What if we could find a natural way to bind sand together without using Portland cement? Center for Bio-mediated and Bio-inspired Geotechnics (CBBG) engineers and scientist are researching ways to add environmentally friendly materials, found in nature, to use as an alternative building material. Try making your own coRncrete at home and discover how CBBG engineers are working to develop efficient, ecologically friendly, and cost-effective solutions that are inspired by nature!

Humanities | Presentation

Clothesline Project 2018

The Sexual and Relationship Violence Protection Program The Clothesline Project is a visual display of shirts with graphic messages and illustrations that have been designed by survivors of and individuals impacted by domestic violence. The purpose of the project is to increase awareness, destabilize stereotypes about “victims”, celebrate a person’s strength to survive and provide another avenue to courageously break the silence that often surrounds these experiences.

Engineering | Demonstration

Marshmallow Tour Building with Fulton Student Council

Join the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering Student Council in building a free standing marshmallow tower. Materials needed: 1 bag of mini marshmallows, 1 box of dry spaghetti pasta, and 1 paper plate. Submit your tallest tower at the link, the winners will be announced on our Instagram!

Engineering | Tour

What is a NanoFab?

NanoFab is the shortened name of a nanometer-scale fabrication facility. It is the cleanroom where devices with nanoscale features, like those found in computer chips, are built. Remember, 1 nanometer is one-billionth of a meter. So, the components being fabricated are extremely small. The video below will give a short tour of the ASU NanoFab, and talk about the device fabrication process using various pieces of advanced equipment and instruments. After watching the video, you can look around further at you own pace using the links on the side.

Art/Design | Demonstration

Fashion Illustration Activity Book

Have fun learning about the Fashion Program at ASU though hands-on Fashion Illustration activities. Follow along with our demonstration video for some inspiration! Great for all ages!

Engineering | Presentation

Next Level Devils: Real-world engineering in Microgravity

Meet ASU student club Next Level Devils and their current involvement in Phase II of NASA's Micro G NExT (Micro-g Neutral Buoyancy Experiment Design Teams) challenge. Learn how they have worked to develop, design and fabricate prototype mission hardware to be tested at the NASA Neutral Buoyancy Lab in Texas.

Engineering | Demonstration

Learn from Nature! Self-burrowing Robot

Center for Bio-mediated and Bio-inspired Geotechnics (CBBG) scientists and engineers are trying to design a self-burrowing robot inspired by the razor clam in nature, to help monitor soil health conditions. Build a simple burrowing robot at home and discover how CBBG engineers are working to develop efficient, ecologically friendly, and cost-effective solutions that are inspired by nature!

Art/Design | Performance

ASU School of Music, Dance and Theatre presents: "A Little Boy and the Moon"

Dance and Piano Performance. Kathy Luo, dancer. Nicholas Turner, pianist. “A Little Boy and the Moon”. Lawrence Fung, cinematographer. The School of Music, Dance and Theatre is a cutting-edge music school with an abundance of opportunities that inspires creativity; a dance school that encourages originality and demands dedication; and an inventive theatre school with a comprehensive view of acting, design and production.

Natural Science | Presentation

Today I Learned… How to Save the Environment

What can you do to help save the environment? For the 50th anniversary celebration of Earth Day, follow along with founding director of the ASU Center for Biodiversity Outcomes Leah Gerber and other ASU sustainability experts to discuss reducing consumption, working with your community and other ways to become involved in this important topic.

Humanities | Presentation

TomorrowTalks with Michael Eric Dyson: Long Time Coming

Author, academic and media commentator Michael Eric Dyson was the featured guest on February 25, 2021 in TomorrowTalks, a new virtual series at Arizona State University. The series places thought leaders of today in conversation with the changemakers of tomorrow: our students. Each distinguished speaker explains how they use writing to address our most pressing challenges. Dyson discussed his most recent book, "Long Time Coming: Reckoning with Race in America."

Art/Design | Presentation

Learn about the Fashion Program at ASU School of Art!

Get insight into our Fashion Program from the student experience through this behind the scenes video. The BA in Fashion at Arizona State University is a trans-disciplinary program that provides a foundation for working across many segments of the fashion industry. This program combines history, business practices and hands-on studio experience to prepare students for a variety of roles in this important industry.

Natural Science | Demonstration

How does a solar cell work?

Solar energy is a renewable free source of energy that is entirely sustainable and inexhaustible, unlike fossil fuels that are finite. Moreover, Fossil fuels produce large quantities of CO2 when burned. Carbon emissions trap heat in the atmosphere and lead to climate change. In the United States, the burning of fossil fuels, particularly for the power and transportation sectors, accounts for about three-quarters of our carbon emissions. Solar panels convert the sun’s light into usable electrical energy. We are going to explain how a semiconductor p-n junctions works and converts energy of photons into electricity.

Culture/Language | Presentation

How to Defend Against Fake News | ASU KEDtalks®️ featuring Scott Ruston

There's an insidious threat that seeks to divide the nation and undermine our faith in democracy — disinformation. ASU researcher Scott Ruston offers tips on how to defend yourself.

Sustainability | Presentation

Sir Jonathan Bate on How the Humanities Can Save the Planet

This lecture series explores how humanities thought can help generate imaginative solutions to environmental concerns. Biographer, broadcaster, critic, Shakespearean, and former provost of Worcester College at Oxford, Sir Jonathan Bate (now Foundation Professor at Arizona State University) presented these talks during a spring 2019 ASU residency. In "Paradise Lost" (Jan. 16), "The End of the World as We Know It" (Feb. 5), and "Living Sustainably" (Feb. 20), Bate discussed the way creation stories, catastrophe myths, and artists' imaginations provide a roadmap for how to live in harmony with the natural world.

Natural Science | Tour

The Hidden Beauty of Mosquitoes

Discover the amazing life cycle of the deadliest animal in the world - mosquitoes! These beautiful insects are known for their life above water when they annoyingly bite you and suck your blood, but they actually start their life underwater. In this video you'll see this awesome transformation occur right before your eyes.

Humanities | Tour

Virtual Tour of Ross-Blakley Hall

Come along for a tour of Ross-Blakley Hall on the ASU Tempe campus, a jewel in the university's architectural crown. Originally constructed as a law library in the early 1990s, the building's midcentury-esque geometry nods to its Southwest environs, combining exuberant form with function. It provides a physical home for the study of the foundational discipline of the humanities, currently housing two of The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences' flagship humanities units: the Department of English and the Institute for Humanities Research. Note: this tour mainly focuses on portions of the building occupied by the Department of English.

Engineering | Presentation


How dangerous could artificial intelligence turn out to be, and how do we develop ethical and beneficial artificial intelligence? Join Risk Bites and Professor Andrew Maynard from the ASU College of Global Futures as we take a look at how we might develop AI safely, ethically, and beneficially, while avoiding potential dangers. Produced by Andrew Maynard and previously posted on the YouTube channel Risk Bites. Used with permission.

Natural Science | Tour

Tour of the zebrafish lab

Take a tour of the Zebrafish lab at the School of Life Sciences. Zebrafish are a small fish species native to the parts of the Indian continent. There are many advantages of using zebrafish as a model organism in research. Humans share many physiological and genetic characteristics with these little fish and their transparent bodies during early development make it easy to see inside of them as they grow. In our lab, we breed and house domesticated and wild zebrafish collected from their native habitats in India. You can hear more about our research on zebrafish from the video.

Natural Science | Presentation

Biomimicry: Exploring Nature-Inspired Design

What can a kingfisher bird beak teach us about reducing drag? What can we learn from a lotus leaf about self-cleaning surfaces? Join The Biomimicry Center for a short presentation about what we can learn from nature, and how these lessons might inspire innovative designs. See our unique 3D-printed models in action as we explore two popular examples of biomimicry.

Culture/Language | Presentation

REEESpectives of ASU's Melikian Center

Take a journey through the languages and cultures of Russia, Eurasia & East Europe.

Art/Design | Demonstration

Digital Photography Activity Book

Have fun learning about the Photography Program at ASU though hands-on activity using Procreate on iPad. Great for all ages!

Culture/Language | Presentation

Laura Tohe: Armed with Our Language, We Went to War—The Navajo Code Talkers

During WWII, a select group of young Navajo men devised a secret code using their language. The code was never broken. A cloak of secrecy hung over the Code Talkers' service until the code was declassified in 1968; the men were finally honored for their military contributions in 1982. In this presentation from November 10, 2015, Arizona State University Professor Laura Tohe, a native speaker of Navajo and daughter of a Code Talker, discussed the Code Talkers’ cultural background, how the code was devised and used, and how Navajo spiritual beliefs were used to treat post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Art/Design | Performance

ASU School of Music, Dance and Theatre presents: Projection Mapping

Student projection mapping project in the Secret Garden. The School of Music, Dance and Theatre is a cutting-edge music school with an abundance of opportunities that inspires creativity; a dance school that encourages originality and demands dedication; and an inventive theatre school with a comprehensive view of acting, design and production.

Natural Science | Tour

Introducing ASU Compact X-Ray Free Electron Laser

The compact X-ray free electron laser, currently being built at ASU will be the first of its kind in the world. Brought to you by the Biodesign Institute, a unit of the ASU Knowledge Enterprise.

Health & Wellness | Demonstration

Can You Count the Characters?

See if you can accurately count the number of Toads from Mario Party in this video. This activity demonstrates how distractions and stress can impact ability to focus and successfully completing tasks.

Engineering | Tour

Tour Fulton Schools of Engineering 3D Print and Laser Cutter Lab

Tour Fulton Schools of Engineering 3D Print and Laser Cutter lab

Social Science | Presentation

Tipping Points!

People talk about “tipping points” all the time, but what are they? Where do they come from? And are the things people call “tipping points” actually tipping points? Understanding these phenomena is critical for understanding sustainability and stability in human socio-techno-ecological systems. In this mini-tutorial, we discuss what “tipping points” are and how they emerge from complex systems of interactions we might think we understand at a small scale but might fail to understand at a large scale.

Sustainability | Tour

Finding sustainability solutions by studying locust swarms

Named one of the top 10 most brilliant scientists by Popular Science magazine School of Sustainability Professor Arianne Cease runs the world’s largest locust laboratory. Professor Cease discovered land-use impacts swarming behavior of locusts, which in turn affects food security. A key goal of her research is to improve sustainable ecosystem management and local livelihoods by linking fundamental ecological research with economic models and policy. Take a tour of the lab and find out more in this 5-minute video.

Engineering | Demonstration

Modify Me! Genetic Engineering Through an Obstacle Course

Learn about genetic engineering through our game! Four animals are competing in an obstacle course and each gets one genetic adaptation to help them win. Follow the thoughts of a hypothetical genetic engineer as they decide how to modify the animals to give them the winning edge. This is a fun and exaggerated example of the thought process real-life engineers go through in the lab.

Culture/Language | Demonstration

Can you read it?

Participants will engage in a reading activity, which poses a learning challenge. This is to demonstrate what it might feel like to have a learning disability, to struggle with anxiety, ADHD, color blindness, etc... After the activity, we will debrief and discuss how disabilities create barriers that impact learning. This activity is part of a larger training program that ASU offers called AccessZone, which is designed to increase institutional awareness and support, in working with students with disabilities.

Humanities | Demonstration

1st Grade Skill: Double Consonants

When we're in first grade, we learn about double consonants! ASU Prep Digital first grade teacher, Mrs. Smith, will show your first grader how to read, say, and write words that end in double consonants. What you'll need: A whiteboard and marker, or scrap paper and a pencil. We can't wait to learn with you!

Natural Science | Presentation

Properties of Matter

Everything around us can be described by its properties. These properties are important to rocks that make up planets to reactions that happen in your body.

Social Science | Demonstration

Ask An Anthropologist! "Try it" Activity—Tool Test!

Are you smarter than a crow? Try this easy at-home activity to see if you can figure out how to get an object from the bottom of a tube! We know that for millions of years, humans have evolved a whole suite of specialized skills to help us survive. Perhaps the most important of these skills was our ability to make and use tools. Tools enabled early humans to access new types of foods and eventually, to hunt for their prey. But crows have also figured out how to use tools! See the activity for how crows use tools too!

Social Science | Presentation

Ask An Anthropologist! Could other animals evolve into humans?

Could other animals evolve into humans? Institute of Human Origins Founding Director Donald Johanson—and discoverer of the 3.2-million year-old human ancestor fossil "Lucy"—answers questions about how we "became human." Would you like to ask a question? Submit your question at the link.

Engineering | Other

Discover the Fulton Schools of Engineering

Are you interested in becoming an engineer or computer programmer, or working with artificial intelligence? Through our recorded webinars and program videos discover the 25 different degree programs offered on the Tempe and Polytechnic campuses, and how to customize your experience through the Fulton Difference. Learn how to select a discipline within the Fulton Schools and explore options to accelerate your path to graduation.

Engineering | Tour

Learn from Nature! Soils Lab Tour and Biocementation

Center for Bio-mediated and Bio-inspired Geotechnics (CBBG) researchers mimic the natural formation of sandstone and increase soil strength through biomineralization process. Take a virtual tour of the CBBG Test Pit on the ASU Polytechnic campus, including the excavation of seven biocemented columns created using Enzyme Induced Carbonate Precipitation (EICP). Make cemented soils at home and discover how engineers are working to develop efficient, ecologically friendly, and cost-effective solutions that are inspired by nature!

Art/Design | Presentation

Resilient Cities

Watch a project presentation developed by Fourth Year Environmental Design students.

Natural Science | Presentation

Dr. Water: Biogeochemistry at Tempe Town Lake

This presentation reveals research of the water cycle in a man-made reservoir in the hottest part of the United States. Meet Dr. Water, also known as ASU Professor Hilairy Hartnett, a biogeochemist and oceanographer. Since 2005, Professor Hartnett and her students have collected water samples from Tempe Town Lake measuring water properties including temperature, pH, salinity, dissolved oxygen, organic carbon and total nitrogen to understand the cycles in the lake over time. This project is one area of Professor Hartnett's research and is part of the Central Arizona-Phoenix Long-Term Ecological Research Program (CAP LTER).

Social Science | Presentation

Degree Exploration: Global Studies

Katie Reese, Manager of Academic Advising for the School of Politics and Global Studies at Arizona State University, shares information on the global studies Bachelor of Arts degree at ASU. The BA program in global studies examines the causes and consequences of problems that cross national boundaries and the governance of these problems in social, cultural and economic contexts.

Engineering | Presentation

SEDS-ASU: Rocketry Division Video

This video gives an overview of what we do as an organization and several of our members share their experiences with (Students for the Exploration and Development of Space) SEDS-ASU: Rocketry Division.

Business | Demonstration

Impossible Notecard Challenge

Can you solve the Impossible Notecard Challenge? This is a hands-on activity about the entrepreneurial mindset of "failing forward". You will need notecards and 1 pair of scissors for this activity. Turn on your volume, follow the instructions, and enjoy the challenge!

Natural Science | Presentation

Math Talk for 5th Graders

Hey 5th Graders! Are you good at noticing patterns? Join us for a peek into Ms. Bolduc's ASU Prep Digital fifth-grade math class as students look at patterns and brainstorm how recognizing them could help you do quick math!

Natural Science | Presentation

An Experiential Model of the Atmosphere

Collaborative Steering with Movement and Ordinary Objects. Brandon Mechtley, PhD, Synthesis Center, School of Arts, Media + Engineering, ASU. With Melissa Bukovski (NCAR); Connor Rawls, Julian Stein, Emiddio Vasquez, Todd Ingalls, Megan Patzem, Chris Roberts, Sha Xin Wei (Synthesis). September 2018.

Student Life | Demonstration

High School Robotics Champs

ASU Preparatory Academy Casa Grande is a school for high school Sun Devils located in rural Casa Grande, AZ. Our competitive, student-led Robotics Team has won state and competed in multiple world robotics championships since the school's inception in 2016. If you are, or have, a student interested in robotics join our team as we walk you through the ins and outs of being a world-class robotics team while in high school!

Engineering | Demonstration

Atomic Force Microscopy at Home

How do you see really tiny things? By feeling them! In this activity, you will see how to simulate an atomic force microscope (AFM) by feeling a bumpy surface and making an image.

Sustainability | Presentation

Top 5 Zero Waste Swaps

ASU Zero Waste Department hopes to encourage the ASU community to swap out single-use items for more sustainable options. In this video, we recommend our current favorite top five swappable items

Art/Design | Performance

ASU School of Music, Dance and Theatre present "Come as You Are" Highlight Video

This 3 min video highlights one of the School of Music, Dance and Theatre's annual dance events: Come as You Are. The School of Music, Dance and Theatre is a cutting-edge music school with an abundance of opportunities that inspires creativity; a dance school that encourages originality and demands dedication; and an inventive theatre school with a comprehensive view of acting, design and production.

Art/Design | Tour

Virtual Tour of the School of Art Building

Virtually explore the School of Art Buildings and studios! Navigate through all of our studio buildings, classrooms, common areas, and labs for an in depth look of our facilities. Click on the icons to get an idea of the program by seeing a variety of 2D and 3D art work by current and former students.

Health & Wellness | Presentation

Bee Safety at ASU

Arizona State University campuses are situated in the Sonoran Desert, which is home to stinging insects such as bees. Learn how to be avoid bee stings and what do do if you encounter a swarm.

Sustainability | Presentation

Kahoot! as a tool in Sustainability Education

Do you Kahoot! ? Learn more about Kahoot! and how students are using it to advance sustainability education from faculty member Stephanie Pfirman.

Engineering | Presentation

Resilience in materials and in life | ASU KEDtalks®️ featuring Aditi Chattopadhyay

No stranger to resistance, Regents’ Professor Aditi Chattopadhyay has forged her own path in aerospace engineering to design resilient materials capable of withstanding the rigors of the world.

Social Science | Presentation

What is chaos? How is it different from randomness?

Science develops models that help us make sense of the patterns we see in the world. Without those models, the world appears to be random – a product of chance. But as we gain knowledge, we learn that there are patterns, and knowledge of those patterns makes the world seem less random and more deterministic. But what if there were systems that behaved randomly even if you knew everything about how the system works? These are special kinds of complex systems that are said to be chaotic. Here we explore how chaos is the apparent randomness from ordered complex systems.

Culture/Language | Presentation

Convergence Lab

Launched in 2017, Convergence Lab CDMX is an Arizona State University project that seeks to connect the university with Mexican audiences and partners to explore ideas of mutual interest, through a series of public events and ambitious ideas journalism. Convergence, either between academic disciplines or nations, is the order of the day, and Convergence Lab offers a forum to learn from each other, and think our way to a better, shared North American future.

Humanities | Presentation

Historical Reflections of Indian Education

ASU Center for Indian Education 60th anniversary webinar Historical Reflections of Indian Education Webinar Date: November 20, 2020 The world's challenges have shifted dramatically over the last 50 years, but many universities have hardly changed at all. At Arizona State University, we're challenging the very definition of what a university can be. By transcending traditional academic boundaries, fusing new intellectual connections, embracing complexity, and embedding our work in community partnerships, we're radically redesigning higher learning to prepare graduates and our communities to succeed in today's world and to create knowledge that is relevant for our time