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Saturday, Feb. 22, 2020 | 1–5 p.m.

Social Science

Political Trivia and Treats

Spin the School of Politics and Global Studies Trivia Wheel! Test your political and global knowledge and win some tasty snacks!

Zone A: Tempe • Coor Hall (COOR) Outdoors | East Patio

Natural Science

Come Face-to-Face with the World's Deadliest Animal

Learn about the world’s deadliest animal: The mosquito! ASU scientists will share a swarm of fascinating facts about mosquitos including how they transmit diseases and how, like butterflies, they go through different life cycles from egg to larvae to pupa to adult. See mosquitoes and their parasites up close, play a Pin-the-Proboscis game, or dare to put your hand into a cage full of live mosquitos!

Zone B: Tempe • Life Sciences Center C (LSC) | First Floor | Atrium

Natural Science

Physics: The Phundamental Science

Make pie tins fly, manipulate invisible force fields and see a super-cold superconductor so strong it will even keep spinning upside down! Come by the Physics department to dive into the fundamentals of the universe with hands-on demonstrations for all ages!

Zone C: Tempe • Bateman Physical Sciences Center F (PSF) | First Floor | 186

Social Science

Dig for (Candy) Bones

Unearth buried history as you dig for bones made of candy. You will learn about the skeletal system and how it can help us understand people of the past. Collect stamps on your SHESC treasure map to win a prize.

Zone A: Tempe • School of Human Evolution and Social Change (SHESC) Outdoors | Lawn

Natural Science

Microplastics and Whale Poop

Come see a sample of REAL killer whale poop and learn about how sea creatures are able to accidentally eat dangerous microplastics!

Zone D: Tempe • Biodesign Institute Bldg B (BDB) | First Floor | Atrium

Natural Science

Storms, Tornadoes and more!

Tornadoes are AWESOME deadly, and POWERFUL winds. Come hold a tornado in your hands! Talk to weather experts, perform hands-on experiments and learn about other types of extreme weather. Ages: Everyone!

Zone A: Tempe • Coor Hall (COOR) Outdoors | East Patio

Sustainability

Food Security for Succulents

Do plants need alternative energy sources? Can alternative energy give plants food security? For photosynthetic organisms, food security depends on availability of sunlight, which could be reduced by factors including air pollution and solar radiation management. Food Security for Succulents explores technologies that might benefit plants and ultimately provide food security for animals including humans. This is your opportunity to see the first prototype wind turbines for cacti and propose alternative energy schemes of your own. Food Security for Succulents is a preview of the Emerge festival, happening on March 21, 2020 at the Mesa Arts Center.

Zone B: Tempe • Old Main (MAIN) Outdoors | Old Main Lawn

Art/Design

ASU Art Museum

Visit the ASU Art Museum to explore our current exhibitions and get inspired to create! We are proud to debut our new Artists’ Workshop, a participatory creative space designed to ignite curiosity and inspire richer engagement with the artworks on view. Come on in and make art, learn about our exhibitions, take a moment to meditate and reflect and tell us more about you! The ASU Art Museum is a site for innovation and discovery and is internationally recognized as a leader in contemporary art.

Zone A: Tempe • Nelson Fine Arts Center (FAC) | Lower Level | ASU Art Museum

Engineering

Robotics for Human Movement Science

We will present and showcase several interactive robots (ankle robots, shoulder robots and arm robots) designed for the study of human movement science and rehabilitation. Visitors will have a chance to experience them with interactive games!

Zone C: Tempe • Engineering Center E (ECE) | First Floor | 116

Engineering

MobileNEWT - Testbed

The MobileNEWT (Nano-Enabled Water Treatment) is a customized, enclosed trailer (i.e., 14X7 feet) on a dual-axle for easy hauling and deployment in featuring many Nanotechnologies based water treatment modules. It is built with a large side-window for public viewing, interaction, education and for the dissemination of knowledge. The overall goal of the MobileNEWT is to incorporate the advances of Engineering Nanomaterials (ENMs) into modular water treatment systems. The ENMs integrated devices are tested under actual field setting to validate Nano-based technologies in further driving innovations under the continuous-flow, actual field, and water treatment conditions toward real-world application & commercialization.

Zone D: Tempe • Interdisciplinary Science And Technology Building IV (ISTB4) Outdoors | NE Corner

Engineering

Watt Fun!

We will be hosting a table with snap circuits and Arduinos to showcase the fun side of Electrical Engineering!

Zone C: Tempe • Engineering Center G (ECG) Outdoors | ECG Patio

Natural Science

ASU Natural History Collections

Come see an incredible display of mammals, insects, mollusks and plant specimens from the amazing ASU Natural History Collections! Learn about these fascinating specimens from our talented staff and students. We will also have hands-on activities for the kids. Learn how we gather important information on our collection specimens and share this information online.

Zone D: Tempe • Interdisciplinary Science And Technology Building IV (ISTB4) | Second Floor | Second Floor Gallery, Near the Meteorites

Natural Science

Build An Embryo

When you were developing in your mother’s uterus, you had eyelids before you had a brain. At one point, your femur bone (the biggest in your body now) was only 6 millimeters long. That is shorter than a pencil eraser! Swing by the Embryo Project booth to learn how you changed from a couple of cells to a fully grown human. Build an embryo out of clay and spin the Wheel of Embryos for cool prizes.

Zone B: Tempe • Life Sciences Center A (LSA) | First Floor | 175

Humanities

Message in a Bottle

Children can make a message in a bottle to send to a special person! Children can decorate and add fun craft elements to their bottles before sending it off. Learn about how the first message in a bottle was used by a Greek philosopher and how bottles were used in times of war, giving us a glimpse into the religious faiths of soldiers in times of distress.

Zone A: Tempe • Coor Hall (COOR) Outdoors | Forrest Mall Lawn

Culture/Language

Sky's the Limit!

Stop by the Pat Tillman Veterans Center to make fighter planes and learn what some heroes did in the past.

Zone B: Tempe • Memorial Union (MU) | Lower Level | 75, Pat Tillman Veterans Center

Art/Design

Portfolio Review

Special Hours: 3:45-5 p.m.

Applying to Art School? Then do not miss a chance to have your portfolio reviewed by the School of Art. Bring 3-5 examples of your current artwork and receive valuable feedback about it. Please bring in physical artworks to be reviewed. For digital artists, minimum 7" x 9" tablet. Images will not be reviewed on phone. Scheduling for reviews will be in person and begin at 3:45 p.m. This is on a first-come basis.

Zone A: Tempe • Art Building (ART) | Third Floor | 326

Engineering

Exploring Nanotechnology

Come try some hands-on activities exploring concepts in nanotechnology that are seen in everyday objects!

Zone D: Tempe • Interdisciplinary Science And Technology Building IV (ISTB4) | Third Floor | Crater Carpet

Natural Science

Clean-Up Bugs

Easter eggs filled with candy will be hidden in a soil/sand box representing molecules of "pollution". Remove the "pollution" with bacteria hand puppets, simulating bioremediation.

Zone D: Tempe • Biodesign Institute Bldg B (BDB) | Lower Level | Atrium

Natural Science

Lunar Polar Hydrogen Mapper Mission (LunaH-Map): Small Spacecraft, Big Science

LunaH-Map is the size of a shoebox, but will do big science as it maps the south pole of the Moon and seeks to measure hydrogen in its permanently shadowed regions. LunaH-Map is a 6U CubeSat mission selected by NASA and led by researchers and students at ASU’s School of Earth and Space Exploration. LunaH-Map is scheduled to launch in late 2020 aboard the SLS - Artemis 1. The spacecraft and its team have been through many challenges. Come and meet the team and view the full-scale 3D-printed model of LunaH-Map!

Zone D: Tempe • Interdisciplinary Science And Technology Building IV (ISTB4) | First Floor | Lobby

Natural Science

See Yourself in Infrared

Scientists use infrared photography to reveal hidden patterns of warm and cool temperatures, health of plants and more. Here’s a chance to see how YOU look in infrared, as well as learn about other applications of IR photography!

Zone A: Tempe • Coor Hall (COOR) Outdoors | East Patio

Engineering

Get HYPE for Hyperloop!

Come visit our booth to learn about the future of transportation and show us your ideas of innovating the future!

Zone C: Tempe • Engineering Center G (ECG) Outdoors | ECG Patio

Art/Design

Comics & Zines!

Special Hours: 1-3:30 p.m.

Explore some comic themes and techniques with zines in mind! Experiment making your own zine and also meet faculty and artist, Turner Davis, who teaches our Comics and Storyboards class as well as Illustration.

Zone A: Tempe • Art Building (ART) | Third Floor | 346

Business

Let's Get Down to Business

Come visit the W. P. Carey School of Business activity area to learn about how to create a business! Join us and foster your entrepreneurial spirit by starting with an idea and turning the idea into a business! You can also decode secret messages and engage in data games as you creatively, dream and explore with W. P. Carey students and balloon animals there to guide you through the activities.

Zone B: Tempe • Old Main (MAIN) Outdoors | Old Main Lawn

Social Science

So You Want To Be An Archaeologist?

Try out equipment and tools while our experts share stories from the field. Archaeology is more than just fedoras and shovels - come see if you have what it takes. Collect stamps on your SHESC treasure map to win a prize.

Zone A: Tempe • School of Human Evolution and Social Change (SHESC) | Second Floor | Lobby

Culture/Language

Around the World in 80 Seconds

Have your picture taken in Indonesia, Macedonia, Russia, Turkey or Uzbekistan without ever leaving campus!

Zone A: Tempe • Cowden Family Resources Bldg. (COWDN) Outdoors | Cady Mall Lawn

Art/Design

Design a Park

Learn about different types of parks, what are the essential the components of park design and how parks can benefit people and the environment through this interactive, hands-on activity.

Zone A: Tempe • Neeb Hall (NEEB) Outdoors | North Plaza

Art/Design

Motion Painting

Join us for a day of interactive performances, led by you! Use motion to generate brushstrokes along moving objects. This art piece is based on standard computer vision techniques.

Zone A: Tempe • Stauffer Communication Arts B (STAUF) | First Floor | B111

Natural Science

Can the Math Magician Read Your Mind?

Our world-famous Math Magician is a master of minds, lord of logarithms, prince of primes. And he can read your mind. That’s right, he can accurately guess the number you are thinking of. Come by and see if you can outwit his predictive powers. You might need to bring your own crystal ball.

Zone C: Tempe • Wexler Hall (WXLR) Outdoors | North Patio

Natural Science

What Chemistry is All About - Science is Fun

A spectacular series of hands-on chemical demonstrations for kids of all ages presented by the Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society.

Zone C: Tempe • Bateman Physical Sciences Center F (PSF) Outdoors | South Plaza

Social Science

Black Box: How is Science Done?

Try to figure out what is inside the Black Box without opening it. With the Black Box activity, introduce the idea of reasoning from indirect observations. Any discovery made in the field of science was possible due to many such attempts. A good example is the identification of extra solar planets. We have not seen or photographed them but we know they are there from two indirect means. One is the regular decreasing light when the planet gets between their sun and us. The other is the slight wobble of the star in response to the planet’s orbit.

Zone D: Tempe • Biodesign Institute Bldg A (BDA) | First Floor | Atrium

Engineering

Using Your Nose to Discover Disease

Challenge yourself to identify diseases by their smell. We will show you how physicians have used their sense of smell to identify diseases in the past and how we are currently using olfaction to identify biomarkers of disease in our lab.

Zone C: Tempe • Interdisciplinary Science And Technology Building I (ISTB1) | First Floor | 153

Social Science

Kid’s Voting: Superheroes Election!

A group of superheroes are running for election! Learn where the candidates stand on important issues and vote for your favorite!

Zone A: Tempe • Coor Hall (COOR) Outdoors | East Patio

Student Life

Experience ASU

Special Hours: 10-11:30 p.m., 11-12:30 p.m.

Join us to learn about admission, scholarships and financial aid, student housing and ways to get involved. You will also go on a student-led walking tour of campus with a Devils’ Advocate. This two-hour visit will give you an overview of the admission process and a peek at what it’s like to be a Sun Devil. Sign up here: https://visit.asu.edu/schedule.

Schedule: 10:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m.

Zone A: Tempe • College Avenue Commons (CAVC) | First Floor | 101

Natural Science

The Psych Zone

Come get psyched! Enter a world of different psychological activities that promise to be exciting and educational. Experience how psychology connects with different aspects of life that you may have never realized!

Zone D: Tempe • Psychology Building (PSY) | First Floor | First & Second Floors

Humanities

Justice for All!

If you were a Supreme Court Judge, what would you do to make a difference? Come visit us at the School of Social Transformation and take a selfie with Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg.

Zone B: Tempe • Old Main (MAIN) Outdoors | Old Main Lawn

Natural Science

Blurring the Lines Between Fantasy and Reality: STEAM Panels and Q&A

Sun Devil STEAMcomm is a graduate student organization that loves answering people's questions about the world while simultaneously using science, technology, engineering, art and math to bring the world of pop culture into reality! Join us for four panels where we'll be answering your burning questions about STEAM in video games, movies, and the real world! 1 p.m.: STEAM 101 - How to Get Into STEAM; 2 p.m.: From Mario to Fortnight - STEAM in Video Games; 3 p.m.: GMOh Snap That Mouse is Glowing-Genetic Engineering Demystified; 4 p.m.: Who Would Win - Solving Epic Pop Culture Debates with STEAM

Schedule: 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m.

Zone B: Tempe • Life Sciences Tower E-Wing (LSE) | First Floor | 104

Health & Wellness

Microarray Speed Match Game

People must recognize patterns from NAAPA arrays between people with and without a disease, presented as a computer game. You will be given a biomarker slide, then you must match patient slides to the given slide, but be quick, as the patterns increase in complexity and the timer counts down! Match the most slides to be placed on the leader boards.

Zone D: Tempe • Biodesign Institute Bldg B (BDB) | First Floor | Atrium

Social Science

Transborder Trivia

Play this trivia game with your friends and family, and compete for fun prizes!

Zone A: Tempe • Interdisciplinary B (INTDSB) | First Floor | 161B

Engineering

Engineering Paper Airplanes

Come out to ASU Open Door with Next Level Devils and engineer an airplane!

Zone C: Tempe • Engineering Center G (ECG) Outdoors | ECG Patio

Engineering

SWE ASU

A hands-on activity for all ages showing how engineering can be accessible to anyone of any age.

Zone C: Tempe • Engineering Center G (ECG) Outdoors | ECG Patio

Natural Science

Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera Science Operations Center - See a Real Moon Rock!

Since 2009, NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) has observed the Moon with a camera system operated at ASU. Visit the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera (LROC) Science Operations Center and discover the excitement of lunar exploration. Team members will be present to meet and greet the public. Activities, such as 3D-printed lunar feature puzzles, 3D videos, and more, are also available. Take the History of Lunar Exploration Walk and make your way to the Visitor’s Gallery to see dedicated scientists charting the amazing lunar frontier.

Zone A: Tempe • Interdisciplinary A (INTDSA) | First Floor | Lobby

Sustainability

What is Sustainability?

Students and faculty from the School of Sustainability will showcase their research and guide you through fun interactive activities that highlight the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The 17 SDGs are an urgent call for action by all countries - developed and developing - in a global partnership. They recognize that ending poverty and other deprivations must go hand-in-hand with strategies that improve health and education, reduce inequality and spur economic growth - all while tackling climate change and working to preserve our oceans and forests.

Zone A: Tempe • Wrigley Hall (WGHL) | First Floor | 102 and Breezeway

Student Life

University Testing and Scanning Services

Come learn how your family, friends and you can save money and time by earning college credits through CLEP (credit by examination).

Zone C: Tempe • Tyler Mall Cantina (TYLER) Outdoors | Tyler Mall / Palm Walk Intersection

Art/Design

Modern White Photo Booth

Take a photo with your friends and family and get a photo strip to take home with you.

Zone B: Tempe • Old Main (MAIN) Outdoors | Old Main Lawn

Social Science

Annual Student Photo Contest

See the world through the eyes of our students and vote for your favorite photo submissions across numerous categories!

Zone A: Tempe • Coor Hall (COOR) Outdoors | East Patio

Art/Design

Learn How Screen-Printing Works!

Special Hours: 1-4 p.m.

Stop by and see how to screen-print on fabric with current School of Art students. Great for all ages! Visitors will receive a free "I Heart Art" bandana while supplies last.

Zone A: Tempe • Art Building (ART) Outdoors | Entryway

Engineering

Building Structures with Kinetic Sand

Come join Engineers Without Borders explore concepts of the engineering design process through a fun, hands-on activity!

Zone C: Tempe • Engineering Center G (ECG) Outdoors | ECG Patio

Engineering

Urine for a Surprise!

Urine diversion is a sustainable alternative for wastewater treatment. Urine diversion allows for water conservation, nutrient recovery for agriculture and reduction of pharmaceutical pollution. At this activity, participants will perform a nutrient recovery technology that recovers valuable nutrients for agriculture. Urine for a surprise!

Zone D: Tempe • Interdisciplinary Science And Technology Building IV (ISTB4) | Third Floor | Crater Carpet

Culture/Language

Your Name in Russian

Have your name written in Russian.

Zone A: Tempe • Cowden Family Resources Bldg. (COWDN) Outdoors | Cady Mall Lawn

Natural Science

Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream

We will be making liquid nitrogen ice cream with different extracts, milk, cream and sugar.

Zone D: Tempe • Biodesign Institute Bldg B (BDB) | Lower Level | Atrium

Natural Science

Animal Tracks

Attendees will learn how to use their observation skills in nature specifically to find and identify animal tracks.

Zone C: Tempe • Interdisciplinary Science And Technology Building I (ISTB1) Outdoors | Patio

Engineering

Construction Management Association and Technologies!

Come learn about the future of construction and our club and get some of our giveaways!

Zone C: Tempe • Engineering Center G (ECG) Outdoors | ECG Patio

Natural Science

Fossil Plant Puzzles

Experience a variety of plant fossils that are millions of years old! Try your hand at piecing together a cool fossil puzzle. This set of 3D preserved fossil plant blocks have been cut up into puzzles that can be put back together by matching the mirror images.

Zone D: Tempe • Interdisciplinary Science And Technology Building IV (ISTB4) | First Floor | First Floor Lobby, Near Trixy Triceratops

Natural Science

The Possibilities of Algae

Algae present several opportunities to improve our future. Algae can be used for food, feed, fuels, wastewater treatment, high-value nutraceuticals and carbon capture. Come learn about the possibilities of algae and the research our team is advancing.

Zone D: Tempe • Biodesign Institute Bldg B (BDB) | First Floor | Atrium

Social Science

Follow Our Treasure Map

Pick up a map of our school, then follow it to find stamps at each of our school and center activities around the building. Collect five stamps to win a fun prize.

Zone A: Tempe • School of Human Evolution and Social Change (SHESC) Outdoors | Front Courtyard on Cady Mall

Engineering

Tower Building

Think you can build the tallest tower out of only spaghetti and marshmallows? Come and see if you can make it on our leader board of engineers!

Zone C: Tempe • Engineering Center G (ECG) | First Floor | 140

Social Science

The Water Insecurity Challenge

Getting a drink of water in some parts of the world means carrying heavy buckets home from far away. You will learn about the challenges of water scarcity from experts as you attempt to pick up buckets of bean bags. Collect stamps on your SHESC treasure map to win a prize.

Zone A: Tempe • School of Human Evolution and Social Change (SHESC) Outdoors | Lawn

Culture/Language

Picture with Putin

Have your picture taken with Vladimir Putin.

Zone A: Tempe • Cowden Family Resources Bldg. (COWDN) Outdoors | Cady Mall Lawn

Natural Science

Marston Exploration Theater - 3D Programs

The School of Earth and Space Exploration will showcase research in a singular beyond in the Marston Exploration Theater. Live presentations run throughout ASU Open Door. Recommended for ages 5 and up. To ensure seating, free tickets will be distributed for all shows at the ISTB 4 Information Desk.

Schedule: 1:15 p.m., 2:15 p.m., 3:15 p.m., 4:15 p.m (subject to change)

Zone D: Tempe • Interdisciplinary Science And Technology Building IV (ISTB4) | First Floor | Room 185

Engineering

Learn from Nature! Experiments in Biogeotechnical Engineering

Mother Nature is Earth’s greatest design engineer and the researchers at the Center for Bio-mediated & Bio-inspired Geotechnics (CBBG) are following in her steps. Come try hands-on experiments and discover how CBBG engineers are working to develop efficient, ecologically friendly and cost-effective solutions that are inspired by nature!

Zone C: Tempe • Goldwater Center For Science & Engineering (GWC) | First Floor | 111, Lobby, Outside SE Doors of GWC

Natural Science

Why Lizard Skulls Are Different

Lizards come in all shapes and sizes and we like to study how this diversity has evolved. Here, you can see and touch 3D printed skulls from different species of spiny lizards. Learn how they are different and try to guess which lizard species are closely related and which ones are long-distant relatives.

Zone B: Tempe • Life Sciences Center C (LSC) | First Floor | 102

Student Life

Sparky's Garden with ASU Prep Tempe

ASU Preparatory Academy Tempe is a high school chartered by ASU. Come decorate a Sun Devil planter with us to take home for your own garden.

Zone B: Tempe • Old Main (MAIN) Outdoors | Old Main Lawn

Humanities

Hogwarts Sorting Hat & Spell Casting

Special Hours: 3-5 p.m.

Welcome to Hogwarts! Inspired by the Harry Potter books, young visiting wizards get sorted into a “house” and receive a corresponding wand; use the wand to magically correct misspelled words! Teeny tiny wizards can just enjoy learning silly spells. Beware: Dementors may show up! Facilitated by professors Jim Blasingame and Peter Goggin and English education students.

Zone D: Tempe • Ross-Blakley Hall (RBHL) | First Floor | 117

Social Science

Army ROTC Obstacle Course

The Sun Devil Battalion at ASU is one of the premier Army Reserve Officer's Training Corps (ROTC) programs in the country. We will showcase all of the exciting opportunities that our Cadets take advantage of on the road to becoming outstanding Army officers. Children can enjoy an Army obstacle course, pull-up competition, football toss and much more. High school students and their parents can learn about scholarship opportunities, extracurricular activities, officer career choices and cultural programs that are available to our Cadets. Stop by our display to find out more!

Zone B: Tempe • Old Main (MAIN) Outdoors | Old Main Lawn

Engineering

Intro to Laser Cutting

The name says it all, whether you want to etch detailed graphics, cut intricate patterns or fabricate complex 3D objects, this tool will make your life much easier. Please visit Fulton Schools of Engineering Laser Cutter Lab if you're interested in learning more about this amazing tool.

Zone C: Tempe • Engineering Center F (ECF) | First Floor | 103

Engineering

Software Developers Association

Come join the Software Developers Association at ASU Open Door, explore opportunities in programming and grab some free swag!

Zone C: Tempe • Engineering Center G (ECG) Outdoors | ECG Patio

Engineering

Lab on a Chip Demo

Lab-on-chip devices can be used for health monitoring and disease (e.g. cancer) diagnostics. They consist of tiny structures that are in the micrometer (1 millionth of one meter) and nanometer (1 billionth of one meter) scale that can effectively interact with important biomolecules such as DNA and extracellular vesicles (a very promising cancer biomarker). We will show the audience our lab-on-chip devices that we use in research to detect single DNA molecules and extracellular vesicles and we also play videos showing single-molecule motions of these biomolecules. The audience will also be able to visualize DNA molecules on a fluorescence microscope.

Zone C: Tempe • Engineering Research Center (ENGRC) | Second Floor | 230

Natural Science

Life in the Universe

How did life begin? Are we alone in the universe? Life in the universe may be different than what you think. Come draw your best alien life form and learn about alien life in the universe. Also, discover how the Beyond Center confronts the “Big Questions,” such as is time travel possible? Can we communicate with aliens? Where do the laws of nature come from? And so many more!

Zone D: Tempe • Interdisciplinary Science And Technology Building IV (ISTB4) | Third Floor | Crater Carpet

Sustainability

Staying Cool in a Warm City

Why is one street reasonably comfortable in the summer, while half a mile away, another street is intolerable? ASU scientists will use infrared imagery to explain the mystery - and children can color a picture with temperature-sensitive paints!

Zone A: Tempe • Coor Hall (COOR) Outdoors | East Patio

Health & Wellness

How Cool Are You? with the EvMed Club

In this activity, you will have the chance to scientifically prove just how cool you are! In this student-driven citizen science research project, we will be discussing the evolutionary importance of fever, learning how we can apply this understanding to modern medicine and taking temperatures. Come on by to answer the question 'how cool are you?'

Zone B: Tempe • Life Sciences Center C (LSC) | First Floor | Atrium

Social Science

Get Lost

Navigate a small maze and use your success to contribute to the overall navigation of a larger maze. See how getting "lost in the woods" is a part of every discovery. When you get through to the end, your success can add to the success of your entire community.

Zone D: Tempe • Biodesign Institute Bldg B (BDB) | First Floor | Atrium

Social Science

Kid’s Crafts – If I Were President or an Ambassador Posters!

Imagine what you would do if you were the leader of the United States or an ambassador from your home country representing abroad!

Zone A: Tempe • Coor Hall (COOR) Outdoors | East Patio

Health & Wellness

Are You Fitter Than a 5th Grader?

Complete a sit-and-reach, push-up and step-up test and we will let you know if you are fitter than a fifth grader!

Zone A: Tempe • Coor Hall (COOR) Outdoors | Forest Mall Lawn

Health & Wellness

Memorial Tree

Family, friends and other community members are encouraged to come add the name of a loved one that has been impacted by cancer our memorial tree.

Zone D: Tempe • Biodesign Institute Bldg B (BDB) | First Floor | Atrium

Natural Science

Take a Dive! Ocean Conservation for Desert Dwellers

How are humans impacting our oceans? Explore this question and learn about potential conservation solutions. Our oceans are full of a variety of life, which is important to nature and to our society. Find out how our environment is being stressed, which is negatively affecting marine health. Can you help us find a conservation solution to help our oceans?

Zone B: Tempe • Life Sciences Center C (LSC) | First Floor | 126

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