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    your experience and skills on paper Bring your resume for a 10 minute one one one session with Bank of America Recruiting Information Session Sept 23 5 30 7 30 p m Come learn about Full Time and Internship opportunities within the Operations Managment Analyst Program You will have an opportunity to network Gallery Preview and Lecture Richard T Walker Tuesday Sept 23 2014 6 30 7 30 p m Artist Richard T Walker will give a behind the scenes tour of the installation of his upcoming exhibition at the ASU Art Museum TEACH org Information Table Tempe Sept 24 10 a m 2 p m Disseminating information regarding TEACH org to students upcoming Faculty Artist Series Robert Spring presents Clarinet Music from the Past Present and Future Sun Sep 21 Katzin Concert Hall Art is Home Mon Sep 22 Fri Sep 26 Gallery 100 Excellence in Education Building a Brighter Future Conference Mon Sep 22 Tue Sep 23 See Description ASU Day Glendale Community College Mon Sep 22 See Description Explaining Ebola from a Global Health Perspective Causation Crisis and Coordination Mon Sep 22 Social Science Building Water Resource Management with Stakeholder Collaboration A Case of Lake and Irrigation Areas Mon Sep 22 Wrigley Hall How to Prepare for a Career Internship Fair CS Workshop Polytechnic Mon Sep 22 Academic Center Poly How to Write a Winning Resume CS Workshop Polytechnic Mon Sep 22 Academic Center Poly Gateway to Spanish Conversation and Culture Mon Sep 22 Mon Nov 3 Language and Literature Building Must See Monday Mon Sep 22 Cronkite Eight CRONK New Writing a Personal Statement for Graduate School Admission Part 2 Tue Sep 23 Memorial Union Preparing for the GMAT Tue Sep 23 510 Rapid Resume Review CS Workshop Polytechnic Tue Sep 23 Academic Center Poly Writing

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    has performed world wide and presents music ASU Art Museum Fall 2014 Season Opening Reception Thursday Oct 2 2014 from 6 30 8 30 p m Join us at the ASU Art Museum to celebrate our Fall 2014 season and the opening of the exhibitions Guitar Series William Kanengiser Guitar Oct 4 2014 7 30 p m Recognized as one of America s finest classical guitarists William Kanengiser won First Prize in the 1987 Concert Artists Guild International Big Band Blastoff Oct 8 2014 7 30 p m The ASU Big Bands come together for an evening of vintage selections spanning the history of big band music Gallery Talk In Solitude Where We Are Least Alone with Brittany Corrales Wednesday Oct 15 2014 noon 1 p m In a tour of the gallery curator Brittany Corrales will explore the nature of solitude She will discuss the importance of carving out time Studio E451 Violin Recital Oct 16 2014 5 p m Violin studio recital featuring the students of Katherine McLin Studio 303 Concert Series Oct 20 2014 7 30 p m Studio 303 presents an evening of songs by Ned Rorem Margaret Atwood Exploring Climate Fiction Wednesday Nov 5 7 9 p m How can imagination and the creative arts combine with science to assist in developing solutions to today s climate challenges World Arts Warhol New Gifts from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts Tue May 27 Sat Nov 8 ASU Art Museum John the Evangelist as summus secretarius in Medieval Music Exegesis and Iconography Fri Jul 11 Mon Oct 20 Coor Hall These Are Some of My Favorite Things Sat Jul 19 Sat Oct 11 ASU Art Museum Brickyard In Solitude Where We Are Least Alone Sat Aug 9 Sat Nov 8 ASU Art Museum LANDMARKS From Dodge City to Shiprock Tue Sep 9 Sat Oct 4 Northlight Gallery Matericos Perifericos Under Construction Architecture as Collaborative and Placed Action Tue Sep 9 Fri Oct 24 Design North Claudio Vekstein Matéricos Periféricos 20 Years of Mutual Interaction Tue Sep 9 Fri Oct 24 Design North Shifting Sands Recent Videos from the Middle East Tue Sep 9 Sat Nov 29 ASU Art Museum why we bend Thu Sep 18 Sat Sep 27 Step Gallery Alejandro Alamanza Pereda Down Under Side Fri Sep 19 Sat Oct 25 See Description Faculty Artist Series Robert Spring presents Clarinet Music from the Past Present and Future Sun Sep 21 Katzin Concert Hall Art is Home Mon Sep 22 Fri Sep 26 Gallery 100 Gallery Preview and Lecture Richard T Walker Tue Sep 23 ASU Art Museum ASU s Gammage Auditorium 50th Anniversary Celebration Tue Sep 23 ASU Gammage Musical Interlude Series Desert s Edge Duo with Clarinetist Robert Spring and Percussionist J B Smith Wed Sep 24 See Description Director s Council Lecture Series with ASU Art Museum Director Gordon Knox Thu Sep 25 ASU Art Museum Arizona Residential Architects ARA Award Reception Fri Sep 26 Design South Known and Unknown Fri

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    Faith in 16th and 17th Century Germany Tue Jun 17 Tue Oct 7 See Description John the Evangelist as summus secretarius in Medieval Music Exegesis and Iconography Fri Jul 11 Mon Oct 20 Coor Hall Must See Monday Mon Sep 22 Cronkite Eight CRONK Gallery Preview and Lecture Richard T Walker Tue Sep 23 ASU Art Museum The Goddess s Tiger Tīpu Sultān and transcommunal kingship in early modern Mysore Wed Sep 24 Coor Hall The semantic meanings and pragmatic functions of the Japanese discourse marker sore de and then so a variationist sociolinguistic perspective Wed Sep 24 Language and Literature Building Director s Council Lecture Series with ASU Art Museum Director Gordon Knox Thu Sep 25 ASU Art Museum Must See Monday Mon Sep 29 Cronkite Eight CRONK Fall 2014 Philosophy Speaker Series Fri Oct 3 Coor Hall Ana Maria Shua The Cultural Project of the 1976 83 Argentine Military Dictatorship Imposition and Resistance Mon Oct 6 Language and Literature Building Brass Area Master Class Oystein Baadsvik Tuba Tue Oct 7 Katzin Concert Hall 2014 IHR CLAS Humanities Faculty Authors Reception Thu Oct 9 University Center Building Gallery Talk In Solitude Where We Are Least Alone with Brittany Corrales Wed Oct 15 ASU Art Museum The Design School Lecture Series Design Details Wed Oct 15 Design North Robert Brunner Lecture Being Driven by Design Wed Oct 15 Design North Maria Tallchief Ortiz Labriola Lecture by Sandy Osawa Filmmaker Thu Oct 16 See Description Sonoran Chamber Music Series Master Class Rina Dokshitsky Piano Fri Oct 17 Katzin Concert Hall Sonoran Chamber Music Series Master Class Henry Gronnier Violin Fri Oct 17 Recital Hall Must See Monday Mon Oct 20 Cronkite Eight CRONK Roger Sherman Lecture Battery Power Wed Oct 22 Design North The Limits of Power Thu Oct 23 Old

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    2014 6 30 7 30 p m Artist Richard T Walker will give a behind the scenes tour of the installation of his upcoming exhibition at the ASU Art Museum TEACH org Information Table Tempe Sept 24 10 a m 2 p m Disseminating information regarding TEACH org to students All Events Warhol New Gifts from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts Tue May 27 Sat Nov 8 May 27 Nov 8 2014 See Description Fearless Women Fighters and Writers for Their Faith in 16th and 17th Century Germany Tue Jun 17 Tue Oct 7 Tuesday October 7 2014 at 7 00pm See Description Teotihuacan and ASU Archaeology in Action Tue Jul 8 Sat Jan 31 July 8 2014 January 31 2015 See Description John the Evangelist as summus secretarius in Medieval Music Exegesis and Iconography Fri Jul 11 Mon Oct 20 Monday October 20 2014 at 1 p m See Description These Are Some of My Favorite Things Sat Jul 19 Sat Oct 11 July 19 Oct 11 2014 See Description In Solitude Where We Are Least Alone Sat Aug 9 Sat Nov 8 Aug 9 Nov 8 2014 See Description Job Shadow Program ASU Mon Sep 1 Fri Sep 26 Sept 1 26 Various times See Description The Encyclopedia Show AZ Mon Sep 8 Thu Oct 30 Mon Nov 17 Mon Jan 26 Mon Feb 23 Mon Mar 30 September 8 2014 7 00 p m October 30 2014 7 00 p m November 17 2014 7 00 p m January 26 2015 7 00 p m February 23 2015 7 00 p m March 30 2015 7 00 p m See Description LANDMARKS From Dodge City to Shiprock Tue Sep 9 Sat Oct 4 Sept 9 Oct 4 2014 See Description Matericos Perifericos Under Construction Architecture as Collaborative and Placed Action Tue Sep 9 Fri Oct 24 Sept 9 Oct 24 2014 See Description Claudio Vekstein Matéricos Periféricos 20 Years of Mutual Interaction Tue Sep 9 Fri Oct 24 Sept 9 Oct 24 2014 See Description Matéricos Periféricos Under Construction Exhibition Claudio Vekstein Matéricos Periféricos 20 Years of Mutual Interaction Tue Sep 9 Fri Sep 12 Thu Oct 2 Wed Oct 22 Tuesday Sept 9 Friday Sept 12 2014 Thursday Oct 2 Wednesday Oct 22 2014 See Description Shifting Sands Recent Videos from the Middle East Tue Sep 9 Sat Nov 29 Sept 9 Nov 29 2014 See Description Poster Competition Celebrates Fall of the Wall 25th Anniversary Wed Sep 10 Tue Oct 21 Start your poster today Deadline for submission is Tuesday October 21 at 6 p m See Description why we bend Thu Sep 18 Sat Sep 27 Sept 18 27 2014 See Description Fall 2014 Philosophy Speaker Series Fri Sep 19 Fri Oct 3 Fri Oct 17 Fri Nov 7 Friday 9 19 2014 3pm Coor 4403 Friday 10 03 2014 3pm Coor 5536 Friday 10 17 2014 3pm Coor 4403 Friday 11 07 2014 12pm Coor 4403 See Description Digital Solutions

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  • These Are Some of My Favorite Things | ASU Events
    Closing reception Tuesday Oct 7 2014 Members and Alumni Preview 5 30 6 30 p m Public Reception 6 30 8 30 p m Cost Free For his final exhibition prior to his retirement this summer curator of ceramics Peter Held examines the compulsion to collect He includes cabinets of curiosities knick knacks and creative tableaus from local artists designers and the public at large in an exhibition that highlights how we re all equally passionate and obsessive about the things we love and choose to live with These Are Some of My Favorite Things features eight private collections from local artists collectors and creatives all equally passionate and obsessive about the things they love and choose to live with They include Cyndi Coon small white objects Emily Long vintage Arizona objects Gretchen Freeman folk and naïve art Mark Klett sunrise sticks Randall and Katherine Schmidt military trench art Joe Willie Smith African folk and naïve art Kathleen Vanesian Mexican folk art and Kurt Weiser childhood and travel memorabilia Also included is a selection of works from the museum s permanent collection chosen by curator of ceramics Peter Held focused on the ceramic Funk movement One of Held s favorite time periods in the development of American studio ceramics Funk ceramics emerged from the San Francisco Bay Area alternative underground and were shaped by counter cultural aesthetics in the 1950s and 60s The movement was spearheaded by Robert Arneson at the University of California Davis who encouraged his ceramic students to explore a new terrain of art In addition to a number of iconic works by Arneson works by Fred Bauer David Gilhooly Erik Gronborg Peter VandenBerge and Patti Warashina will be included This exhibition is generously supported by the Ceramics Research Center s Artists Advisory Committee Image courtesy of

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  • In Solitude, Where We Are Least Alone | ASU Events
    30 6 30 p m Public Reception 6 30 8 30 p m Cost Free Inspired by the essays of American transcendentalists Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson this exhibition explores the value of seclusion and self reflection The works which range in date and medium consider both the pain and pleasure of isolation ultimately posing the question At what point does solitude cease to be a refuge from society This exhibition is curated from the ASU Art Museum s permanent collection by Brittany Corrales Windgate curatorial assistant and graduate student in art history and is supported by the Evelyn Smith Exhibition Fund RELATED PROGRAMMING Wednesday Oct 15 noon 1 p m Gallery Talk In Solitude Where We Are Least Alone with Brittany Corrales Learn more and RSVP https asuevents asu edu gallery talk solitude where we are least alone brittany corrales Leonard Baskin Woman and Landscape 1950 Woodblock 37 x 12 5 in From the ASU Art Museum collection gift of Rea Bennett For more information E mail juno schaser asu edu Website ASU Art Museum Phone 480 965 0014 Share with my friends ASU Art Museum Hours Tuesday During academic semesters 11 a m 8 p m

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  • Job Shadow Program @ ASU | ASU Events
    workplace As a Job Shadow participant you can learn from a professional in their workplace to better understand the requirements of a particular job or career and to learn more about industries and organizations ASU has employers that want to meet YOU and help you learn about how to get a jump start on your career Top Five Reasons to Job Shadow EXPERIENCE what a day on the job looks and feels like NETWORK with professionals in the field you re considering CONSIDER the array of options available and competencies needed that will inform your future decisions CLARIFY your career objective through first hand experience CONFIRM to yourself you re on the right track all in one day Watch this 12 minute Webinar to learn more about ASU Job Shadow SIGNING UP FOR JOB SHADOW IS EASY September 1 26 Create or update your account Profile in Sun Devil CareerLink at asu edu career using the Sun Devil CareerLink login link Upload an up to date copy of your resume to your Sun Devil CareerLink account Submission instructions will appear under Announcements You will receive a match communication from Career Services by October 3 If you change your mind about one of your selections before the deadline of September 26 on your Sun Devil CareerLink home page select Applications Submitted to deselect or select another application After October 3 6 Once you are matched by Career Services the following must be completed i Contact your assigned employer to confirm date time and location of shadow experience ii Attend a mandatory Job Shadow Orientation on 1 of 5 scheduled dates between October 15 24 October 15 7 Attend the Meet your Match networking session Carson Ballroom Tempe campus from 5 7 p m October 15 November 26 8 Participate in the

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  • Faculty Artist Series: Robert Spring presents Clarinet Music from the Past, Present and Future | ASU Events
    Series Robert Spring presents Clarinet Music from the Past Present and Future Sept 21 2014 2 30 p m School of Music Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts Location Katzin Concert Hall Campus Tempe Cost 5 9 Clarinet classics new music and new directions Robert Spring and friends present an hour of varied music from beautiful classics to world premiers Robert Spring Plan to attend Share with my friends

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