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Natural Science

Math is Changing the World - Find Out How

Math is changing neuroscience by gaining a better understanding of how neurons change due to trauma or aging. Math is changing cities by modeling what would happen if vacant land were turned into urban farms. Math is changing societies by exploring the interactions of social insects with each other and with the environment. Math is changing public health by assessing the impact of climate change on malaria transmission dynamics. Math is changing the environment by predicting the nighttime warming and Urban Heat Island effect caused by urbanization and conducting mitigation strategies. Visit our Math Research room to find out more.

Zone C: Tempe • Wexler Hall (WXLR) | First Floor | WXLR 116

Engineering

Growing semiconductor crystals one layer of atoms at a time

Join ASU Molecular Beam Epitaxy group researchers as they demonstrate growth of semiconductor crystals for use in next generation solar cells. Molecular beam epitaxy is a cutting-edge ultra-high-vacuum technique for growing high purity crystalline material by depositing atoms one layer at a time. You’ll get a first-hand look at semiconductor growth in real time, as well as learn about the fundamentals of semiconductor materials for every day optical devices like LEDs, solar cells, detectors, and lasers.

Zone C: Tempe • Engineering Research Center (ENGRC) | First Floor | ERC 164

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

Business

Balloon Twisters

Stop by W. P. Carey School of Business to receive your choice of balloon animal, fun creation or balloon accessory.

Zone B: Tempe • Business Administration C Wing (BAC) Outdoors | Dean's Patio (Patio between BA and BAC

Natural Science

Reptile Row

Learn about Arizona’s amazing reptiles at the Living Collections in the School of Life Sciences. Come see a real Gila Monster, one of only two venomous lizards in the world, as well as king snakes, desert tortoises and one of the most complete collections of Arizona rattlesnakes.

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

Business

Let's Get Down to Business

Come visit the W. P. Carey School of Business activity to learn about how to create a business from start to finish! Real W. P. Carey students will help you start with an idea and turn it into a business. Join us and foster your entrepreneurial spirit!

Zone B: Tempe • Business Administration C Wing (BAC) Outdoors | Dean's Patio (Patio between BA and BAC

Engineering

Operate a Satellite, tour the Interplanetary Lab Space Maker Space

The Interplanetary Initiative Space Lab will be open for touring for all ages to come see the different projects and equipment we work with everyday to increase access to space! Operate a prototype satellite yourself! See the lab and view assembly of Lightcube satellite, an ASU student cubesat set for launch in 2023. Live satellite tracking station will operate any available cubesats including ASU’s own Phoenix cubesat! The Interplanetary Lab is a student-powered space maker-space which supports ASU’s small satellite missions with development and testing including vibration, thermal, and vacuum. The facility will be available for tours.

Zone B: Tempe • Sun Devil Hall (SDH) | First Floor | Suite #160

Business

Clone of Test Event #2

Special Hours: 10AM - 3PM

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Zone A: Tempe • Lyceum Theatre (LYC) | First Floor | Theatre

Natural Science

Learning About Neuroscience with GAINS

Learn about neuroscience with GAINS, the Graduate Association for Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Students.

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

Health & Wellness

Origami Heart Affirmations

Join ASU Counseling Services to make an origami heart with a positive affirmation to hang somewhere that you can see it every day. Perfect for all ages!

Zone A: Tempe • Student Services Bldg. (SSV) | Third Floor | Room 334, the lobby of Counseling Services

Engineering

Measuring the performance of next-generation thin film solar cells

Semiconductor materials are the fundamental building block of light emitting and detecting devices like solar cells, LEDs, lasers, and photodetectors. Join ASU Molecular Beam Epitaxy (MBE) group researchers for a hands-on demonstration of current-voltage (I-V) measurements of cutting-edge thin film solar cells. You’ll have an opportunity to perform your own measurements of solar cells grown by the ASU MBE group, as well as learn about the fundamentals of light absorption and emission in semiconductors.

Schedule: 1:00 p.m.

Zone C: Tempe • Engineering Research Center (ENGRC) | First Floor | ERC 170

Natural Science

Rep-tiling and trominos

Do you like solving puzzles? Using L-shaped tiles called trominos, help us figure out if we can cover all the squares on a chessboard after one square is removed. Have fun as you learn about rep-tiles, tessellations, symmetry and substitution tiling.

Zone C: Tempe • Wexler Hall (WXLR) | First Floor | WXLR 116

Health & Wellness

Disease Detectives

Come join the ASU COVID-19 Case Investigation Team to be an epidemiologist for the day. Students will learn about the field of epidemiology and how disease detectives investigate outbreaks. Students will have the opportunity to see how viruses can travel from person to person and ways to mitigate the risk.

Zone B: Tempe • Social Sciences Bldg. (SS) | First Floor | SS101

Sustainability

Biomimicry-in-Action Demo:

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.

Zone A: Tempe • Design South (CDS) | First Floor | CDS 126

Health & Wellness

Yoga Pretzels: Fun Yoga Activities For All Ages

Join ASU Counseling Services to learn and practice a variety of yoga poses through Yoga Pretzels, an activity for all ages!

Zone A: Tempe • Student Services Bldg. (SSV) | Third Floor | Room 334, the lobby of Counseling Services

Health & Wellness

All About Pie!

Special Hours: 1-4

Pie is yummy! Let's talk all about pie!

Schedule: 1:00, 3:00

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

Natural Science

Finding the future of innovation with Complex Adaptive Systems Science

Can we use computers to identify scientific innovation? Come by to learn how ongoing research in complex adaptive systems uses computer algorithms to characterize innovative scientific research. Resident complexity scientist, Deryc T. Painter will be available to discuss all things complexity science including current research in the School of Complex Adaptive Systems and potential future directions.

Zone A: Tempe • Design South (CDS) | First Floor | CDS 126

Culture/Language

Test One from Steve

Special Hours: 10AM-4PM

Leberkas cow jerky filet mignon kielbasa t-bone biltong. Salami ham hock burgdoggen rump, chislic porchetta sirloin shank brisket. Turducken jerky fatback prosciutto andouille strip steak cow ham hock beef ribs pancetta meatloaf ground round shank. Chuck porchetta t-bone corned beef jowl ribeye tongue pig salami. Chislic ball tip picanha strip steak pancetta.

Schedule: 1 pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm

Zone B: Tempe • Old Main (MAIN) | Third Floor | Carson Ballroom

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