ASU's Week in Pictures
ASU hosted the fifth in a series of events sponsored by the American Enterprise Institute, the Center for a New American Security, and the New America Foundation. The debate between top-level surrogates of the Obama and Romney presidential campaigns, Dov S. Zakheim, special adviser on Foreign Policy and National Security for the Romney campaign, and Janine Davidson, adviser on National Security Issues for the Obama Campaign, was streamed live on CNN Sept. 19.Tom Story
Prior to participating in the Surrogates Debate, Peter Bergen, CNN's National Security Analyst and Director of the National Security Studies Program at the New America Foundation, spoke to a full house of students at Barrett, The Honors College on Wednesday about the decade-long hunt bring Al-Queda's leader, Osama bin Laden, to justice.Alecia Fremling
A full house was on hand at the ASU Well Devils event during the “Thing on Thursday” on ASU’s Polytechnic campus. Attendees learned about healthier lifestyles as they received information on cooking tips, health screenings and nutrition.Goeke M. Frerichs
Leila Hosseinizadeh, a junior in the W. P. Carey School of Business, majoring in supply chain management, studies the list of participants in the 2012 Career and Internship Fair at the Memorial Union as she looks for an opportunity at a great summer internship.Tom Story
Peggy Glick (center) presents Hao Yan a version of her late husband’s, Milton D. Glick, trademark hat during a ceremony Sept. 20, when ASU President Michael Crow (left) named Hao Yan the Milton D. Glick Distinguished Chair of Chemistry and Biochemistry.
The award is named for chemistry professor Milton Glick, who passed away last year. Glick came to ASU in the early 1990s and worked as a provost and executive vice president before serving as president of the University of Nevada-Reno from 2006 until his death.
The 2012 Seeking Justice in Arizona lecture series kicked off this week with a presentation by KJZZ's Nadine Arroyo Rodriguez, senior field correspondent with "Fronteras: The Changing America Desk." The Emmy-nominated journalist discussed her on-air coverage of justice issues of importance to Arizona and the Southwest, including SB1070, the disbarment of Andrew Thomas, and mass deportation. For more on upcoming events in the series, go to: http://sst.clas.asu.edu/Tom Story
Robert Kramer (center), a freshman health sciences major, gets help with physics homework from fellow vet Steven Dickerson, a microbiology major, during a study session in the Tillman Veterans Center in the Memorial Union on the Tempe campus.Tom Story
Paul Johnson (right), dean of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, visits with Emily Falkner, a freshman in computer systems engineering and her parents, Don and Patti Falkner, at the ASU Family Weekend engineering barbecue.Jessica Slater
Sparky and the football team celebrate the Sun Devils' victory over Utah. For the "Week in Sports" gallery, visit: https://asunews.asu.edu/20120925_gallery_weekinsportsTom Story
Brian David Johnson, futurist for Intel, announces the partnership with his company and ASU's Center for Science and the Imagination to host Tomorrow Project USA, a platform for globe-spanning, science-based discussions, fueled by a writing competition open to college students everywhere.Tom Story
Following the Tomorrow Project USA announcement, Brian David Johnson joined Ed Finn (left), director, Center for Science and the Imagination; Elizabeth Marincola (second from right), president, Society for Science & the Public and publisher of Science News; and ASU President Michael Crow in a conversation titled “Building Better Dreams.” To learn more, visit: https://asunews.asu.edu/20120924_imaginationTom Story
Fresh produce, gourmet pasta, pulled pork sandwiches, hand pies and gyro plates are just some of the treats found at the Farmers Market on the ASU Tempe campus. Visit https://students.asu.edu/farmersmarket for more information and dates of the next market.Tom Story
Kristen Warner, assistant professor of telecommunication and film at the University of Alabama participated in the Film and Media Studies Guest Speaker Series where she explored the topic “Just Business? Understanding Hollywood Logic and Issues of Identity through Television Casting.”Tom Story
Cassandra Hansen, a sophomore business management major and transfer student from Utah, found a comfortable place in the lobby of ISTB4 to prepare for her geology class.Tom Story
Following a screening of the part of the film, "Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide" ASU's School of Social Transformation hosted a panel discussion to explore issues raised by the film. From left to right: Yamrot Girma Teshome, doctoral candidate in gender studies, School of Social Transformation; Charlie Zhang, doctoral candidate in gender studies, School of Social Transformation; Heather Switzer, assistant professor, School of Social Transformation; Sarah Suhail, doctoral candidate in gender studies, School of Social Transformation, and Fulbright Scholar from Pakistan; and Crista Johnson-Agbakwu, clinical research affiliate with ASU’s Southwest Interdisciplinary Research Center and an obstetrician/gynecologist.
For more on the film, visit: http://sst.clas.asu.edu/news/2012-09-18/half-sky-panel-global-womens-issues-screens-pbs-special
ASU President Michael Crow (center) honors 2012 NCAA National Champions Jordan Clarke (shot put – indoor & outdoor) and Mason McHenry (indoor 800 meters) during a VIVA Celebration and Reception at the Fulton Center, for their achievements. To learn more, visit: http://www.thesundevils.com/sports/c-track/spec-rel/092512aaa.htmlTom Story