Tempe campus Activities

Social Science | Presentation

What is human communication?

Learn what is meant by human communication with this fun video!

Engineering | Demonstration

MobileNEWT: Platform for Development and Assessment of Nano-Based Water Treatment Technologies

The MobileNEWT (Nano-Enabled Water Treatment) is a customized, enclosed mobile trailer for easy hauling and deployment. It is built with a large concession side-window for public viewing, interaction, education, and dissemination of knowledge in featuring various Nano-based water treatment technologies. The overall goal of the MobileNEWT is to incorporate the advances in Engineering Nanomaterials (ENMs) and their integration into modular water treatment devices. These devices are then tested under actual field setting to validate these technologies in further driving innovations under the continuous-flow and field conditions toward real-world application and commercialization.

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.

Health & Wellness | Demonstration

Burpee Workout Equals Superhero!

Coach Alberto Flores and 4-year-old Manny demonstrate a simple burpee workout, with information on how to incorporate this exercise into your family workout routine.

Art/Design | Presentation

Resilient Cities

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

Engineering | Presentation

Demonstration of How Space is Cold and Empty

The Interplanetary Lab test satellites in the rigors of space. Professor Danny Jacobs demonstrates vacuum and cold, with surprising results.

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!

Student Life | Performance

Broadcast Club Presents...

The ASU Prep Digital Broadcast Club presents The Spark, a special presentation of our video newscast for your review! Our elementary school students will teach you the Spanish phrase of the week, and an interview with Roblox, an online community of game players and creators. Learn how young Sun Devils can code and publish their own games!

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.

Humanities | Presentation

Young Adult Authors Discuss the Writing Process

During this 2014 roundtable, award-winning young adult (YA) authors discussed their writing processes and how they became published authors. Arizona State University's Department of English hosted the special session for students an ENG 471: Literature for Young Adults class. Featured authors and YA specialists included: Tom Leveen, Faith Hochhalter, Amy Fellner Dominy, Amy K. Nichols, Janette Rallison, Shannon Messenger, Shonna Slayton, and Suzanne Young. Professor James Blasingame, an English education specialist, facilitated the discussion.

Student Life | Presentation

Achievement Unlocked: Earning ASU Credit in High School

ASU Preparatory Academy high school students discuss why earning ASU credit in high school not only benefitted their high school learning but also paved the way for their future entrance into the university from both an education, and social/emotional perspective. If you are, or have, a high school student - this interview panel of high school Sun Devils will answer your questions about why and how to get started.

Engineering | Demonstration

Learn from Nature! Soil Liquefaction

Mother Nature is Earth’s greatest design engineer, but she can also pack a destructive wallop. Researchers at the Center for Bio-mediated and Bio-inspired Geotechnics (CBBG) are learning from nature to discover ways to mitigate these destructive effects. Liquefaction, a phenomenon where saturated soil acts and flows like a liquid, is often the major source of property damage due to earthquakes. CBBG engineers are working to understand, and reproduce, ways in which nature cements and creates bubbles in soil to prevent soils from liquefying. Try a hands-on experiment at home to explore ways in which soil particles can be cemented together.

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.

Natural Science | Presentation

ASU & NASA Missions: Ronald Greeley Center for Planetary Studies

Discover ASU's involvement in current and upcoming NASA missions. Meet planetary geologist Dr. David Williams, Director of the Ronald Greeley Center for Planetary Studies for an exciting overview of how ASU explores Earth - and way beyond.

Art/Design | Presentation

Metropolitan: Conversation with Author and Director Whit Stillman

Arizona State University faculty Devoney Looser and Kevin Sandler moderated this March 31, 2017 conversation with writer-director Whit Stillman after a screening of his 1990 film "Metropolitan." Audiences may be most familiar with Stillman's award-winning, Jane Austen-inspired 2016 film, "Love and Friendship," which starred Kate Beckinsdale as the deliciously awful widow, Lady Susan. Stillman has had a long, fruitful relationship with reimagining Austen for contemporary audiences. He describes himself as a long-time Austenite ("among the most fervent") and had previously revisited Austen material in his Mansfield Park-influenced "Metropolitan."

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 | 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!

Health & Wellness | Demonstration

7 Minute Meditation for Times of Transition

Join Tiara Cash with ASU's Center for Mindfulness, Compassion and Resilience as she walks through a meditation to help find change in times of change. Envision an expanding and healing light in your heart’s center. Thank your body for its strength and resilience, and briefly let go of fear and worry.

Engineering | Demonstration

Learn from Nature! Surficial Soil Stabilization

What if we could find a natural way to stabilize surface soils by forming a protective glue that can reduce erosion and dust? Center for Bio-mediated and Bio-inspired Geotechnics (CBBG) engineers and scientists are researching ways to add environmentally friendly materials, found in nature, to soil in order to help prevent the damaging effects of soil erosion. Try a fun hands-on hydrogel experiment at home and discover how engineers are working to develop efficient, ecologically friendly, and cost-effective solutions that are inspired by nature!

Health & Wellness | Demonstration

8 Minute Meditation for Self-Appreciation

What values do you hold dear? Join Dr. Teri Pipe with ASU's Center for Mindfulness, Compassion and Resilience, as she helps us uncover our sense of self, brings clarity to our uniquely held values and reveals how we can align with these values in everyday life.

Engineering | Tour

Studying Diseases on Chips

Our lab works on the creation of organs-on-chips and microscale tissue engineering! We specifically work in the fields of cardiovascular research and cancer biology. Come learn about the micro-models that we make in our lab, and how we use them to study different diseases.

Humanities | Performance

Storytime: I Like Myself!

ASU Prep Digital second-grade teacher Ms. Nicola Homy is an energetic and exciting learning coach who loves children and reading fun books! Join Ms. Homy as she reads "I Like Myself!" High on energy and imagination, this ode to self-esteem encourages kids to appreciate everything about themselves, inside and out.

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.

Engineering | Demonstration

Learn from Nature! Soil Particle Forces

What if we could "see" forces of soil particles as they interact with each other? To evaluate the effect of loading on soil particle force chains, Center for Bio-mediated and Bio-inspired Geotechnics (CBBG) engineers are using photoelastic materials to explore the patterns and magnitude of inter-particle forces. Try a photoelasticity experiment 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 | 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.

Natural Science | Presentation

Ask a Physicist

Ask a Physicist is a monthly webinar series, with renowned physicists Paul Davies, Sara Walker and Maulik Parikh from the Beyond Center for Fundamental Concepts in Science at Arizona State University. Each month they address the big questions in physics with viewers participating in the discussion during the live event!

Engineering | Presentation

LEGO Engineering for Kids!

Fulton Schools of Engineering is challenging children 5 to 14 years of age by exploring engineering concepts using LEGOs and LEGO robotics from the comfort of their home. Hear from Mr. Knorr, Camp Instructor and STEM middle school teacher about the virtual LEGO robotics camps that Fulton Virtual Summer Academy is offering and how STEM learning can be activated through play. These engaging camps were designed to capture children’s innate creative spirit and curiosity through unique LEGO building challenges which are tied directly into fundamental STEM concepts. Learning through play safely at home!

Social Science | Presentation

Civic Classics Collection

The Civic Classics Collection is comprised of historically and culturally significant rare books and manuscripts related to American political thought. The School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership curates the collection in collaboration with ASU’s Hayden Library. Prominent items include a 1788 first edition of The Federalist, a 1776 first edition of Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations, an 1848 partial printing of the Seneca Falls Declaration in The North Star, signed copies of two books by Martin Luther King, Jr., a first edition of Zitkala-Sa’s Old Indian Legends, and many more. For more information, visit scetl.asu.edu/CivEd.

Sustainability | Presentation

Sustainability Storytelling: Student-produced Short Documentaries

Relax at home with your favorite movie snack and watch two 2020 documentary shorts produced in Professor Peter Byck’s class. “Plant the Rain” shows how a renegade rainwater harvester and a band of elementary school kids maximize the desert’s water. “Holding on to the Corn” explores the multi-generational effort to create a healthier community through Hopi knowledge and traditions.

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.

Engineering | Demonstration

Smelly Balloons

How big is a nanometer? We can't easily see nanometer-sized objects, but we can smell them! This activity will use balloons and flavor extracts to demonstrate how the molecules of the flavors can pass through tiny nanopores in the balloons.

Natural Science | Presentation

Math can save the world

There are so many amazing applications of math in medicine, sport, space sciences, artificial intelligence, biology and even music! When mathematicians solve equations and draw graphs of functions - we also save patients lives in hospitals and send shuttles to space. The beauty of mathematics can be described with theorems and proofs, but also with lists of data, models and simulations. Brought to you by lecturer Julia Inozemtseva

Natural Science | Presentation

Catching the Next Wave

This movie is a simulation showing movement of a fluid inside a rectangular cavity. The fluid is heated from above and cooled from below, resulting in a stable temperature stratification. When the cavity is oscillated up-and-down, the fluid experiences an instability which develops into a full-fledged wave-breaking event. The movie illustrates this event over ten oscillation periods, using the temperature to visualize the flow. The simulation was conducted over one month on the ASU Agave supercomputer. Brought to you by postdoctoral scholar Jason Yalim and associate professors Juan Lopez and Bruno Welfert.

Sustainability | Presentation

ASU Common Read: A Virtual Visit with Jonathan Safran Foer

In this presentation, best-selling author Jonathan Safran Foer discussed his work and answered questions from Arizona State University students and faculty about food, climate change and the writer's life. Foer's most recent book, "We Are the Weather: Saving the Planet Begins at Breakfast," was selected as the 2020-2021 ASU Common Read and The College hosted him for a virtual visit on October 1, 2020. Known primarily for his fiction, which includes the novels "Everything is Illuminated" and "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close"—both adapted for film—Foer is also an internationally acclaimed writer of nonfiction.

Sustainability | Presentation

Sports & Sustainability

How does a big business industry like sports take into consideration sustainability? Join us for a worthwhile discussion with ASU College of Global Futures School of Sustainability alum Garrett Wong as he shares how the sport industry can be a beacon for communities as social, economic, and environmental components are taken into consideration when working towards sustainable solutions.

Natural Science | Presentation

Combustion Reactions

Combustion reactions are an exciting and important type of chemical reactions. A variety of combustion reactions are presented, along with their importance.

Humanities | Presentation

Seeking Justice Part 1: Reyna Montoya Co-creating Healing & Agency: DACA, Undocumented and Youth Leadership

The Seeking Justice in Arizona Fall Lecture Series brings in experts from our local communities to discuss critical national issues in an Arizona context. Reyna Montoya, a 2016 Soros Justice Fellow, a 2017 Echoing Green Fellow, a Forbes: 30 Under 30 Social Entrepreneur, and an ATHENA 2019 recipient by the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce among other awards. In 2013, she was the lead organizer, who prevented an immigration bus of undocumented immigrants from deportation in Arizona for the first time in the nation’s history. In the same year, with the help of the community, she stopped her father’s deportation.

Culture/Language | Presentation

A Celebration of Natalie Diaz

On Feb. 12, 2019, ASU held an event honoring poet Natalie Diaz for her literary achievements, including her recent 2018 MacArthur Foundation fellowship. Diaz, who is an associate professor of English at ASU and also holds the Maxine and Jonathan Marshall Chair in Modern and Contemporary Poetry, spoke about language and belonging and read from her work. Diaz is Mojave and an enrolled member of the Gila River Indian Tribe. Her 2020 poetry collection, "Postcolonial Love Poem," was a finalist for the National Book Award, and her 2012 collection, "When My Brother Was an Aztec," won the American Book Award.

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).

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

Learn about the Online Digital Photography Program at ASU School of Art

Get insight into our Online Digital Photography Program and the philosophy behind it. The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art in Digital Photography at ASU is the first online program from a research 1 university or fine art college in the nation to offer a studio practice-based degree. Working with a faculty of professional artists, students have the opportunity to master technical, aesthetic and conceptual aspects of digital photography.

Natural Science | Tour

Online Labster ASU Biology Degree

ASU Online will share some of the innovations ASU is employing to deliver a premium online college experience. ASU Online showcases the relationships and technologies that are the foundation of all our programs through an augmented reality experience.

Art/Design | Presentation

Finishing a 3D-Printed Object

Watch as our Design Shop staff show you some tips and tricks for coating a 3D-printed object.

Engineering | Demonstration

Visiting the ASU Solar Power Lab

Have you ever wondered how to make a solar cell in a research lab? The Solar Power Lab is located at Macro Technology Works at the ASU research Park. In a state-of-the-art clean room with semiconductor processing and metrology equipment, ASU has a complete fabrication line for silicon solar cells. The facility includes 6,000 square feet of cleanroom space equipped with a full set of tools supporting silicon solar cell fabrication from wafers to modules. This video shows how solar cells are made in the lab. We describe the process from the silicon wafer to the final solar cell.

Natural Science | Presentation

Poker probabilities (in under one minute)

Assuming that all possible 5-card poker hands are equally likely, what is the probability of being dealt 1 pair, 2 pairs, 3 of a kind, 4 of a kind? This video gives a proof in under one minute, following Khachaturian's Sabre Dance. Brought to you by associate professor Nicolas Lanchier.

Art/Design | Presentation


Watch a presentation of an app idea developed by Fourth Year Environmental Design students.

Natural Science | Demonstration

NASA Psyche Mission: Journey to a Metal World

Psyche is the name of an asteroid orbiting the Sun between Mars and Jupiter and the name of a NASA space mission to visit that asteroid, led by Arizona State University. The full spacecraft, including the solar panels, is about the size of a singles tennis court! Join Psyche’s journey today by building and decorating your own scale model. When you are done, we invite you to share it on social media with #PsycheSpaceCRAFTY or submit it to https://psyche.asu.edu/get-involved/psyche-space-crafty

Natural Science | Presentation

Interactions of Light and Matter

Rainbows, fireworks, and studying stars and planets all have something in common -- they involve the interaction of light and matter. This presentation shows how what we see and can measure, even light-years away, is determined by the behavior of electrons.

Natural Science | Demonstration

Biomimicry: Exploring Nature-Inspired Design

The practice of biomimicry offers a unique approach to sustainable innovation. In this biomimicry primer, participants will virtually explore one unique organism that promises many ideas to draw from, and learn how to create a design based on the organism's features. This demonstration includes strategies for observing and learning from nature and an overview of the biomimicry thinking process. Join us to ask the question: "What would nature do?"

Student Life | Tour

Day in the Life of ASU Sustainability Major Transfer Student

Join Samantha, a College of Global Futures transfer student, as she shares her experience of transferring to ASU as a Phoenix local. At ASU, Samantha is double-majoring in sustainability and supply chain management. Samantha talks about how she's getting hands-on sustainability experience through extracurricular activities and studying abroad in rural China and Nepal.

Art/Design | Presentation

Orange Build

Watch a video of work completed by our Fourth Year Architectural Studies group for a Design-Build project

Natural Science | Demonstration

Biomimicry: Exploring Nature-Inspired Design

The practice of biomimicry offers a unique method for creating sustainable innovation. In this virtual workshop, participants will be 1) introduced to the basics of biomimicry thinking; 2) get tips on how to observe organisms in nature; and 3) learn how to apply nature’s strategies in generating their own innovative designs. So join us to ask the question: "What would nature do?"

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

Art/Design | Presentation

Digital Photography Lecture Series with Professor Betsy Schneider

This is a lecture featuring Professor Betsy Schneider from the Digital Photography Online Program. Betsy Schneider is a photographer and filmmaker who explores and documents transformations of individuals and families over time and place. She holds a BA from the University of Michigan, a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and an MFA from Mills College in Oakland, California. She is the Founder, Lead Instructor and Coordinator of ASU's Online BFA in Digital Photography

Natural Science | Presentation

How Strong is Strong?

Do you like strong coffee? The concentration of solutions is important whether you're talking about the weather, swimming pools or your coffee.

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!

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.

Social Science | Demonstration

Futures Technology Bracket Board Game: Print and Play

This game is designed to give opportunity for participants to think about how future technologies will impact society and reflect on their own values around this theme. Do they think about risks and benefits? Unintended consequences? Using a tree diagram style bracket, participants will narrow down a list of future technologies and discuss why some might be more important than other.

Sustainability | Demonstration

Watch and Create! Creativity for Sustainability

In this activity, children and adults work together to explore their relationship with technology and examine ways to make sustainable media consumption choices. Participants watch a short clip of a cartoon, then try a creative challenge to turn time spent watching videos into an interactive and imaginative experience at home.

Student Life | Tour

Day in the Life of ASU Sustainability & Business Marketing Student

Join Annika, our Global Futures concurrent degree (double major) in Sustainability and Business Marketing, as she shares her ASU experience in an instagram takeover. Learn how she goes about her day as a student athlete that plays ASU volleyball and why she has chosen her Sustainability program.

Natural Science | Presentation

Dr. Mineral: Science, Form, and Beauty

Meet Dr. Mineral; also known as ASU Professor Tom Sharp, a geologist who specializes in mineralogy, field geology and electron microscopy. View specimens in incredible detail and learn about the science, structure and beauty of minerals.

Student Life | Tour

Mirabella at ASU Virtual Tour

Discover the future of retirement with a virtual tour of Mirabella at ASU, a first-of-its-kind intergenerational community for older adults. Located on the southwest corner of the bustling ASU Tempe campus, Mirabella at ASU represents a paradigm shift in senior living and demonstrates ASU's commitment to meeting the needs of learners from all backgrounds and at every stage of life. This groundbreaking community provides residents with resort-style services and amenities as well as a deep immersion into campus life.

Natural Science | Demonstration

GEOPIG: Into the field! An exploration in geochemistry

Meet the Group Exploring Organic Processes in Geochemistry (GEOPIG). This presentation will show basic concepts in geochemistry and how scientists work in the field in places like Yellowstone National Park. See a demonstration of gases dissolved in water using a can of soda, and simple water-rock interactions. Our demonstration of fieldwork will use a local water source, take the temperature, pH, and dissolved oxygen measurements and compare with samples collected from a Yellowstone hot spring. Will there be a difference? Find out how your water source compares to a hot spring.

Social Science | Presentation

What does a degree in Political Science look like?

Political science is the study of how citizens interact with their governments and how governments at all levels formulate policies to serve their citizens. Political Science students are well-rounded learners with the research and writing skills useful for success in political or governmental careers, law school, graduate study, business or the nonprofit sector.

Engineering | Presentation


Advanced brain computer interfaces like the one being developed by Elon Musk’s Neuralink have the potential to transform our lives for the better. But they also come with complex ethical challenges. Join Risk Bites and Professor Andrew Maynard from the ASU College of Global Futures as he explores the benefits, risks and ethics of advanced brain machine interface technology.

Student Life | Tour

Day in the Life of a Sustainability Alumna Working at U-HAUL

Follow Arizona State University School of Sustainability alumna Alexia Bednarz for a glimpse into her sustainable career at U-HAUL. Alexia shares how her position and sustainable practices have been implemented at U-HAUL and their impact. She also shares her journey to becoming a Sustainability major and how she landed her job at U-HAUL.

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.

Engineering | Presentation


Imagine eating a hamburger that is, in every way, identical to the hamburgers you’re used to eating—except that didn’t come from an animal! While this may sound like science fiction, lab-grown meat (also known as cultured meat) may be available to most people in the next couple of years—they’re already being served up in Singapore! Join Risk Bites and Dr. Mariya Vizireanu from the ASU College of Global Futures as we take a look at what lab-grown meat is, and what the benefits and risks might be.

Humanities | Presentation

Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College Community Home Educator Toolkit

Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College (MLFTC) Community Pathways empower parents and caregivers to complement the work of teachers and schools. With these short and free courses, you can master instructional skills that can help children learn at home and in school

Engineering | Presentation


How do we ensure that facial recognition technology is developed responsibly and ethically? Join Risk Bites and Professor Andrew Maynard from the ASU College of Global Futures as he dives into complex ethical problems and risks presented by face recognition.

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!

Natural Science | Presentation

Einstein's Photoelectric Effect

For centuries people debated if light was a particle or a wave. Einstein in his groundbreaking work in 1905 finally settled the question. Both! In this video we talk about how Einstein was inspired to think about the Photoelectric effect and what the over-reaching effects of his principle are. We also discuss how to this day we still use his principle in our research of solar panels, CAT scans and the study of different materials.

Engineering | Presentation

Sun Devil Alka Rocketeers

The Sun Devil Alka Rocketeers is a Fulton Student Organization that accepts ALL majors and students from diverse backgrounds. Within the program we strive to provide professional development opportunities through our daily club operations. In turn, adding to your network as a student and prospective worker or intern. This is done through creating unique outreach programs for children grades K-12. As well as world records through our participation in the Bayer Alka-Seltzer Rocket Challenge. We are a nationally-ranked team REDEFINING what "rocket science" is.

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."

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.