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A new Consortium to Promote Reflection in Engineering Education will develop and promote teaching practices that help undergraduate engineering students reflect on their experiences.
Arizona State University researchers with inventions licensed to existing companies or to form new startups will be entitled to a larger share of the proceeds under a new university policy developed by the Intellectual Property and Institutional Review Committee and approved by President Michael Crow.
Inspired by his advice from his commanding officer, Marine Corps veteran Jonathan Cudo decided to go back to school and is now enrolled at ASU's Polytechnic School, with an interest in aeronautical engineering.

Hayda Abu Hasan, a senior majoring in graphic information technology recently was honored as an outstanding Malaysian scholar.

Upcoming Events

This workshop focuses on constructing a skill-based resume that will highlight experiences from work, school, or extracurricular activities to help you present yourself in the most competitive way for non-academic or professional positions.
 
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How does a colony of honeybees with 20,000 to 40,000 workers engage in complex, seemingly coordinated behavior and how does this social behavior evolve? Join us as Dr. Robert Page, ASU University Provost and Foundation Chair of Life Sciences, discusses "The Spirit of the Hive: How Complex Social Behavior Evolves."

The seminar will be held at ASU's Polytechnic campus on Wed., Nov 12 at 3 p.m. in the Student Union, Cooley Ballroom B (with refreshments available at 2:45). The seminar is free and open to the public. 

Among the nation's distinguished scientists, Page served as chair of entomology at the University of California, Davis, before joining the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at ASU in 2004. His background is in behavior and population genetics and his current research is focused on the evolution of complex social behavior. Using the honeybee as a model, Dr. Page has dissected their complex foraging division of labor at all levels of biological organization, from gene networks to complex social interactions. 

Provost Page's presentation is the third in the 2014 Science and Mathematics Seminars, organized by ASU's College of Letters and Sciences.  The seminar series features invited speakers who share their current pursuits in research and education in the areas of biology, physics, chemistry, and mathematics.

 

The guide is for service members and veterans who have ongoing symptoms from a traumatic brain injury (TBI) and are going to college, university or vocational school. This a good resource for faculty and staff who serve the veteran community.

Have you checked your credit report lately? From 3:30 - 4:30 p.m., learn about building good credit, credit reports and credit scores. Free! Enjoy snacks and prizes.

Interested in changing the world through higher education? The Ashoka Social Innovation Initiative is hiring for internships and full-time positions. Ashoka seeks changemakers committed to driving positive social outcomes through innovation and entrepreneurship in the higher education space. The Office of University Initiatives and ASU Career Services will conduct the application, interview, and nominations process.
 
Applications Due - Thursday, November 13 by 11 p.m.
Candidates Notified of Final Round Interviews - Monday, November 17
Interview Dates - Tuesday, November 18 – Friday, November 21
Candidates Notified of ASU Nomination - Monday, December 1
 
To apply, send your resume along with a 1000 word max response to the question below to ui@asu.edu by 11 p.m. on Thursday, November 13.
 
What change do you wish to be in the world?
 
About Ashoka
Ashoka is the world’s largest network of social entrepreneurs. Building on a vision for a world where Everyone is a Changemaker, Ashoka takes an institutional change approach to impact the education of millions of students. We collaborate with colleges and universities to break down barriers to institutional change and foster a campus-wide culture of social innovation. Ashoka empowers emerging leaders with the freedom, confidence and support to address social problems and drive change. It connects these Changemakers with other students, faculty, administrators and community leaders to share inspiration, ideas and resources.

You’ve worked hard, now from 6 - 8 p.m. relax at the “spa”! Sample healthy snacks. Learn about foods to keep you happy and healthy. Try massage, acupuncture, yoga and relaxation activities. Receive giveaways and enter to win movie tickets, free massage or free passes for Devil-X group exercise classes. Sponsored by: ASU Health Services, Sun Devil Fitness Complex, ASU Counseling Services, ASU Wellness and University Housing.