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  • ASU in Washington D.C.
    Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Arizona State University s presence in Washington D C amplifies our institutional voice in national conversations Learn Why ASU is in D C Why Washington D C Having a presence in Washington D C generates attention and interest about Arizona State University on an international platform It spurs national engagements and partnerships for ASU provides important and one of kind learning teaching and research opportunities for students and faculty members facilitates ASU s participation in high level idea exchanges and expands the reach of groundbreaking research efforts Scroll down to learn more about why ASU is in Washington D C ASU efforts in Washington D C enable exciting Opportunities for students and faculty ASU s presence in our nation s capital provides significant educational opportunities for our students and leverages the expertise of our world class faculty across a wide range of issue areas Learn more ASU convenes key players to advance High level dialogue By being in Washington D C ASU serves as a catalyst and a host of timely leadership level discourse between national decision makers opinion leaders and ASU students faculty and staff ASU helps to advance Arizona by serving as a Resource for policymakers ASU delivers expertise and cutting edge ideas to national leaders and policy groups The Office of

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    five year energy studies partnership with Pakistan s National University of Science and Technology and the University of Engineering and Technology Peshawar to improve the nation s power production Highlighted Research Capabilities Global Security Initiative ASU s Global Security Initiative GSI will serve as a university wide interdisciplinary hub for global security research and will address resource security global health changing climate economic and political instability and other emerging challenges that are complex interconnected and interdependent ASU Research Enterprise ASURE The ASU Research Enterprise ASURE is the not for profit applied research development and consulting affiliate of Arizona State University ASURE specializes in conducting classified and midrange technology readiness level TRL services for the defense and security industry International Development ASU Global works to identify qualify and pursue a robust pipeline of projects that provide solutions to the most complex challenges facing the developing world ASU Global provides the link between ASU s world class researchers and international development funding agencies around the world Decision Theater Network The Decision Theater Network actively engages researchers and leaders to visualize solutions to complex problems The network provides the latest expertise in collaborative computing and display technologies for data visualization modeling and simulation It addresses cross disciplinary local national and international issues by drawing on ASU s diverse academic and research capabilities Center for Gender Equity in Science and Technology The Center for Gender Equity in Science and Technology CGEST explores identifies and creates innovative scholarship about under represented girls in science technology engineering and mathematics STEM As a unique research unit a diverse and interdisciplinary community of scholars students policy makers and practitioners unite to establish best practices for culturally responsive programs for girls of color Learn more Center on the Future of War The Center on the Future of War is a collaboration between ASU and New America an interdisciplinary think tank and civic enterprise focusing on the profound social political economic and cultural implications of the changing nature of war and conflict The initiative draws together leading experts and policymakers to address some of the most complex questions of our time including developments in international law national security policy defense and counterterrorism operations cyber security and complex global threats Learn more Consortium for Science Policy and Outcomes The Consortium for Science Policy and Outcomes is an intellectual network aimed at enhancing the contribution of science and technology to society s pursuit of equality justice freedom and overall quality of life The consortium s D C office expands its capacity to help decision makers and institutions grapple with the immense power and complexity of science technology and society by communicating knowledge and methods educating students and decision makers forming strategic partnerships participating in science policy initiatives and building a community of intellectuals and practitioners Visit website Forums Workshops and Debates As a comprehensive national university ASU regularly convenes events in Washington D C intended to facilitate conversations on critical national and international issues Regularly occurring series of events bring together experts policy makers practitioners and the public to examine topics ranging from science policy human rights global policy leadership higher education and emerging technologies and their transformative effects on society and public policy McCain Institute for International Leadership Debate and Decision Series Leadership Voices Series Human Trafficking Conversation Series Consortium for Science Policy and Outcomes New Tools for Science Policy CSPO Conversations Occasional Encounters in Science Society and Policy See all upcoming events Future Tense Event Series National and Global Issues Forums Future Tense Future Tense is a partnership between ASU New America and Slate magazine that explores emerging technologies and their transformative effects on society and public policy Central to the partnership is a series of events in Washington D C that take in depth provocative looks at issues that while little understood today will dramatically reshape the policy debates of the coming decade Visit the Future Tense channel on Slate Listen to Future Tense podcasts Learn more about Futurography Future Tense s monthly feature focusing on a new technology providing a citizen s guide to how it might shape the future Visit website Highlighted faculty work in DC In addition to faculty and staff based in Washington D C many ASU faculty in Arizona are also actively engaged in Washington D C through their research scholarship and teaching These faculty and staff provide their expertise to federal and international agencies lead federally funded research for the national academies contribute to the development of public policy connect students to national leaders lead nationwide education initiatives and much more Nadya Bliss Director Global Security Initiative Professor of Practice School of Computing Informatics and Decision Systems Engineering Ira A Fulton Schools of Engineering Nadya Bliss directs ASU s Global Security Initiative GSI a university wide interdisciplinary hub for global security research that focuses on openness inclusiveness and connections to the global defense development and diplomacy communities GSI serves as ASU s primary interface with the U S Department of Defense the intelligence community and the ASU Research Enterprise Working with collaborative teams of experts in computer science law business psychology and digital humanities GSI is actively engaged in research and developing solutions in dark web market behaviors personal privacy issues digital forensics and next generation authentication Jennifer Brian Honors Faculty Fellow at Barrett the Honors College Affiliate Faculty Consortium for Science Policy and Outcomes Jenny Brian is a faculty lead for CSPO s Science Outside the Lab a two week workshop in Washington D C where science and engineering graduate students have an intensive experience in the policy making arena and the culture of our nation s capital She also serves as a faculty participant for the Increasing Diversity in Science Studies program funded by the National Science Foundation and held in Washington D C Brian served as co principal investigator on a National Science Foundation funded grant on synthetic biology the results of which were presented at CSPO s New Tools for Policy Seminar in Washington DC Video of this program

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    individuals focused working adults and inquisitive retirees alike the opportunity to expand their horizons and improve themselves by participating in noncredit courses workshops and certificate programs Whether seeking a professional certificate enrichment opportunities or corporate training ASU Continuing Education helps individuals achieve their personal and professional goals by means of accessible high quality and challenging courses Visit website Cronkite News Washington Bureau Cronkite News in Washington D C is an intensive professional reporting experience for advanced Cronkite students in the journalism degree program Graduate and top undergraduate students work from ASU s Washington center in the Dupont Circle area of D C covering public policy issues in Congress the White House and in federal agencies that affect Arizona Student reporters and producers generate breaking and investigative stories and packages that appear in print and online client news outlets across the state Cronkite News in D C began operations in summer 2011 instantly becoming the largest Arizona based news gathering operation in the nation s capital Visit website DC Legal Externship Program ASU s Sandra Day O Connor College of Law offers a unique program for second and third year law students who seek legal experience with a federal agency or nonprofit organization in Washington D C The Legal Externship Program helps students acquire expertise in important legal areas develop an informed insider perspective on policy developments on Capitol Hill and in federal agencies and foster relationships and experiences that are invaluable assets to new attorneys when they enter a legal practice anywhere in the world Learn more Executive Master of Public Administration Program Coming soon Ranked No 16 in the nation by US News and World Report the ASU School of Public Affairs is designing its Master of Public Administration program for public service leaders This program will be jointly administered by the McCain Institute for International Leadership The 18 month hybrid program will feature a mix of short in person courses held on location in Washington D C and Phoenix Arizona and online courses Learn more Futurography Futurography combines the storytelling techniques of journalism and the instructive capacity of a massive open online course or MOOC in an effort to educate readers about the technologies that will define tomorrow Each month from January through May 2016 Futurography will break down a new technology providing a citizen s guide to how it might shape the future Learn more about geoengineering algorithms cyberwar and artificial intelligence the first four Futurography topics Futurography was created by Future Tense a partnership between Arizona State University New America and Slate magazine that explores emerging technologies and their transformative effects on society and public policy Learn more Intern Housing in Washington D C Washington Intern Student Housing s WISH Woodley Park center is ASU s preferred housing for Sun Devils interning living and working for a semester in Washington D C Located in the Northwest district of Washington D C WISH Woodley Park center offers interns fully furnished housing just blocks from the Metro in

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    D C or other travel expenses For purposes of the Act lobbying activities includes both lobbying contacts and efforts in support of such contacts including preparation and planning activities research and other background work that is intended at the time it is performed for use in contacts and coordination with the lobbying activities of others The statutory definition of lobbying contacts essentially means traditional back room lobbying of certain high level federal officials for the purpose of influencing federal law regulations policies grants contracts and the like not public testimony participation in advisory committees public position statements on policy issues or other public communications A detailed explanation of the statutory definition of lobbying contacts can be found here Note that the definition includes only those contacts that both are with the specific federal officials listed in the statute and pertain to the federal issues specified in the statute Contacts that a are with other federal officials b do not pertain to the specified federal issues and or c are with state or local officials should not be included in your estimate Note also that lobbying contacts includes only those contacts that are made on behalf of the University It does not include lobbying that you may perform on behalf of your personal or scholarly interests or of any professional organizations It includes only those contacts that you make at the specific request or authorization of the President the Vice President for Government Relations the Assistant Vice President for Government Relations or other appropriate University official or that are otherwise clearly within the normal scope of your administrative duties Only those activities should be included in your estimate Individual faculty members are not as such authorized to lobby on behalf of the University and any efforts in that regard are considered personal in nature in the absence of specific individual prior authorization Thank you in advance for helping us to collect the information for our report X Lobbying Contacts Definition The Lobbying Disclosure Act defines the term lobbying contacts in relevant part as follows The term lobbying contact means any oral or written communication including an electronic communication to a covered executive branch official or a covered legislative branch official that is made on behalf of the university with regard to 1 The formulation modification or adoption of Federal legislation including legislative proposals 2 The formulation modification or adoption of a Federal rule regulation Executive order or any other program policy or position of the United States government 3 The administration or execution of a Federal program or policy including the negotiation award or administration of a Federal contract grant loan permit or license or 4 The nomination or confirmation of a person for a position subject to confirmation by the Senate The term lobbying contact does not include a communication that is 1 Made in a speech article publication or other material that is distributed and made available to the public or through radio television cable television or other medium

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    ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Upcoming Events See all Featured Event Friday April 29 2016 New Tools for Science Policy Seminar Innovation in Higher Education Africa s Turn Monday May 09 2016 IdeasToRetire Information Systems in Public Management Public Policy and Governance Wednesday May 11 2016 Why Does It Still Take 5 Hours To Fly Cross Country Sunday May 15 2016 Think Write Publish fellowship application deadline News See all Tuesday April 26 2016 Real world experience in a model embassy President Barack Obama is scheduled to travel to Vietnam next month and a class at Arizona State University s Washington Center is researching what he should do while he s there Global studies major Caitlin O Grady has looked into what it would mean for the president to make remarks about decreasing corruption in the business sector of that developing economy Connor Murphy Thursday April 21 2016 ASU struts its sustainability stuff on Earth Day You could argue that every day is Earth Day at Arizona State University an institute that set up the first sustainability school in the nation which just celebrated its 10th anniversary So today when the world officially comes together to honor the planet feels extra special to ASU students faculty and staff Especially those students who live Wednesday April 20 2016 ASU political science major shares experience writing for USA Today Although Arizona State University student Jenny Ung is pursuing three majors political science journalism and mass communications and Asia studies that hasn t stopped her from also gaining valuable experience outside the classroom Ung is interning at USA Today through the McCain Institute Policy Design Studio and Internship Program this semester and has had multiple front page stories already Videos See all Thursday April

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    International Leadership Melikian Center Language Training Center National Affiliations National Capital Chapter ASU Alumni Association National Policy Affairs New America Partnership University Innovation Alliance What It Means To Be American Education Opportunities Academy for Innovative Higher Education Leadership ASU Online Business and Public Policy Residency Program Capital Scholars Program Continuing Education Cronkite News Washington Bureau DC Legal Extension Program Executive Master of Public Administration program Futurography Intern Housing in Washington D C Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders McCain Institute for International Leadership Internship Program Next Generation Leaders Program Policy Science Technology Society Scholars Program Rule of Law and Governance Program School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Washington Internships Science Diplomacy and Leadership Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos All Upcoming Events Featured Event Friday April 29 2016 New Tools for Science Policy Seminar Innovation in Higher Education Africa s Turn Search Upcoming Events Monday May 09 2016 IdeasToRetire Information Systems in Public Management Public Policy and Governance Wednesday May 11 2016 Why Does It Still Take 5 Hours To Fly Cross Country Sunday May 15 2016 Think Write Publish fellowship application deadline Wednesday May 18 2016 Conversation Cocktails Humanitarian Action Sunday May 22 2016

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    Rescue the Past Wednesday January 20 2016 How Human Do We Want Our Robots to Be Friday December 11 2015 After Paris The Refugee Crisis Thursday December 10 2015 The Tyranny of Algorithms Wednesday December 09 2015 Reframing the Debate around CRISPR and Genome Editing Thursday December 03 2015 Is It Time for the United States to Pivot Back to Europe Wednesday December 02 2015 My Favorite Movie with Dr France Córdova October Sky Wednesday November 18 2015 Why we need Risk Innovation Tuesday November 17 2015 ISIS in the West The Western Foreign Fighters Flow to Syria and Iraq Friday November 13 2015 What Does American Ingenuity Look Like Thursday November 12 2015 Will Libraries Outlive Books Tuesday November 10 2015 The Faith Based Community s Role in Congo s Electoral Process Thursday November 05 2015 Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking and the Child Welfare Response Thursday October 22 2015 Should Foreign Aid Be Tied to Human Rights Thursday October 22 2015 The Citizen between Science and Policy Innovation in Governance and Climate Change Resilience Wednesday October 21 2015 How Can Science Help With Diplomacy and Diplomacy Help With Science Friday October 09 2015 Nanotechnology Policy Evolving and Maturing Thursday October 01 2015 How Did the 1965 Immigration Act Change America Thursday October 01 2015 Objective Troy The Hunt for Awlaki Thursday October 01 2015 From Asteroids to Oceans Using Public Engagement to Inform Policy Decisions Wednesday September 30 2015 Religion and International Affairs Faith Conflict and Governance Friday September 25 2015 Entrapment or Necessary Tool The Role of Informants and Undercover Officers in Terrorism Cases Monday September 21 2015 One Rock Three Religions Film Screening Monday September 21 2015 CSPO Conversations Diversifying the Climate Dialogue Thursday September 10 2015 Should the United States be the World s Policeman Thursday September 03 2015 McCain Institute Next Generation Leaders Graduation Ceremony Wednesday August 19 2015 Conversations Cocktails with The McCain Institute Humanitarian Action Wednesday July 29 2015 Conversations Cocktails with The McCain Institute National Security Monday July 27 2015 Reporting While Female Wednesday July 22 2015 Drones and Aerial Observation New Technologies for Property Rights Human Rights and Global Development Friday July 10 2015 Fallujah Redux Lessons in Leadership and Engagement from the Fallujah Awakening Thursday July 02 2015 Team of Teams Lessons from JSOC for a Complex World Wednesday June 24 2015 Conversations Cocktails with The McCain Institute Human Rights and Democracy Wednesday June 24 2015 Terrorists at the Table Why Negotiating is the Only Way to Peace Monday June 22 2015 A New Transatlantic Trade Deal Good for America Wednesday June 17 2015 Designing the Future Monday June 15 2015 Blood Year Terror and the Islamic State Wednesday June 10 2015 War of Women Why We Need Female Service Members to Fight Tomorrow s Battles Thursday June 04 2015 Resolved Technology Will Take All Our Jobs Thursday June 04 2015 Rethinking Higher Education featuring Ben Nelson founder chairman and CEO Minerva Project Thursday May 28 2015 Contested Terrain The

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    Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos News Tuesday April 26 2016 Real world experience in a model embassy President Barack Obama is scheduled to travel to Vietnam next month and a class at Arizona State University s Washington Center is researching what he should do while he s there Global studies major Caitlin O Grady has looked into what it would mean for the president to make remarks about decreasing corruption in the business sector of that developing economy Connor Murphy Thursday April 21 2016 ASU struts its sustainability stuff on Earth Day You could argue that every day is Earth Day at Arizona State University an institute that set up the first sustainability school in the nation which just celebrated its 10th anniversary So today when the world officially comes together to honor the planet feels extra special to ASU students faculty and staff Especially those students who live Wednesday April 20 2016 ASU political science major shares experience writing for USA Today Although Arizona State University student Jenny Ung is pursuing three majors political science journalism and mass communications and Asia studies that hasn t stopped her from also gaining valuable experience outside the classroom Ung is interning at USA Today through the McCain Institute Policy Design Studio and Internship Program this semester and has had multiple front page stories already Tuesday April 19 2016 A novel approach to war Land grabs by Russia Escalating Chinese military dominance in Asia Superpowers fighting in outer space The launch of World War III It is the stuff of fiction specifically Peter W Singer s novel Ghost Fleet A Novel of the Next World War but it is also mere moments away from reality the political theorist said Tuesday night at Arizona Tuesday April 19 2016 Revealing history The horror that was the Holocaust exists now in our collective consciousness as one of the darkest periods in human history However as Arizona State University associate professor of history Matthew Delmont points out knowing that it happened from reading about it in a history textbook and seeing firsthand how it played out on a day to day basis are two very Friday April 15 2016 Setting the table for better health In ASU s teaching kitchens in downtown Phoenix the din of cooking activity is peppered with the sounds of friendly conversation Just an hour ago the white aproned amateur chefs knew each other only casually Now they are cooking shoulder to shoulder and sharing stories inspired by the food such as eating nopales and making tortillas with their grandmothers They also discuss their roles Tuesday April 12 2016 Finding life and fulfillment after college As Arizona State University prepares to celebrate a fresh new crop of graduates

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