Friday and Saturday, March 25 – 26, 2022
ASU WAESO 16th Annual Conference
March 25-26, 2022
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. virtual symposium only
Interested in joining the 16th annual conference for the Western Alliance to Expand Student Opportunities? Anyone is welcome to join! Register at the link provided.
Wednesday March 30, 2022
March 30th, 2022
On March 30, 2022, Arizona State University will join schools and universities around the world in a global teach-in focused on climate justice (https://gps.bard.edu/world-wide-teach-in). ASU students are organizing to lead 30 minute educational activities and Iveta Silova (Mary Lou Fulton College)
Are you passionate about teaching, climate action, and sustainability, and looking to get more involved with the student community? There is a Global Teach-In happening across universities globally to create awareness about the climate crisis we are living in and the importance of creating just and equitable solutions to this crisis. Arizona State University will be participating in the Teach-In with their Teach-In being called “Turn it Around ASU: Global Teach-in for Climate Justice.” Organized in partnership with Changemaker Central, this Teach-In will take place on Monday, March 30, 2022. Student instructors will be holding 30-minute takeovers of classrooms along the course of the day and will lead educational activities on climate change. The day will end with a Climate March at Arizona State University, organized by Defend Our Future. The Climate March will start at 6:00 p.m. Our sign up form will share more updates about the March and the Teach-In.
Friday April 15, 2022
ASU Graduate Student Educators Symposium
April 15th, 2022
2:45 – 4:45 MST at Hayden Library (Concourse level, Rooms C3 & C5)
Have a knack for teaching? Want to learn more about best practices or share some of your own? Are you exploring education or teaching-focused careers?
The first-ever Graduate Student Educators Symposium is a free event for any ASU graduate student with education-focused interests to come together. The event includes three briefs (15-minute) concurrent session rotations where graduate student presenters can share about a teaching idea or practice, and then a 40-minute panel featuring advanced degree holders from different backgrounds who apply their skills in a variety of education-focused careers.
Registration is now open on the event website and will be rolling until full; spots will be limited due to COVID-19 to ensure social distancing is possible, and proper use of masks will be required. Brief proposals to present have a priority deadline of 2/20/22, but will continue to be accepted after that on a rolling basis until all presenter slots are filled.
Please register for free to attend and/or present; click here to learn more!
Saturday, December 18
Our friends at Az(Land) are working to co-create environmentally and racially just futures for our underserved and underfunded communities of color. They focus on urban green spaces, the heat island impact, systemic racism and environmental inequalities among other important topics.
You are welcome to join on Saturday, December 18th from 12:00pm-5:00pm. They will have vendors, food trucks, folklorico, and Drag performances centering Environmental Justice, and integrating aspects of our green space project into the event. This includes activities for youth and community in attendance focused on future building, connecting to community history, telling our stories, and desert ecology benefits.
Please see attached flyer for details.