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  • ASU in Washington D.C.
    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 News Wednesday January 22 2014 Arntzen to present at national biodefense meeting Regents Professor Charles Arntzen will discuss the history and promise of plant pharming in a presentation at the 2014 American Society for Microbiology s Biodefense and Emerging Diseases Meeting to be held from January 27 29 in Washington D C Tuesday January 21 2014 ASU archaeologist outlines 25 defining challenges for the field Where the discipline of archaeology should place its focus in the coming years is the crux of a National Science Foundation funded effort spearheaded by ASU archaeology professor Keith Kintigh Monday January 20 2014 ASU launches Center for Emergency Management and Homeland Security The need to expand preparation response and management capabilities for various scale emergencies has led to the creation of the Center for Emergency Management and Homeland Security within ASU s College of Public Programs Thursday January 16 2014 Recommendations from ASU law professor become U S law A set of recommendations made by professor Orde Kittrie in a January 2013 book chapter were signed into law on Dec 26 by President Obama as part of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2014 Monday January 13 2014 Department of Defense grant to create new tech transfer center at ASU ASU has been awarded a 1 million grant from the U S Department of Defense to create a

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  • ASU in Washington D.C.
    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 News Thursday December 05 2013 ASU study aims to reduce stress in disadvantaged schools ASU and Johns Hopkins University researchers will launch a pilot study to test the effects of an intervention targeted to reduce school wide stress with funding from CityBridge Foundation and The Ludwig Family Foundation Wednesday December 04 2013 Project Humanities receives national award in Washington D C ASU s Project Humanities stepped into the national spotlight again and was recognized today by a leading higher education organization for its innovative effort to engage communities with the arts and sciences Tuesday December 03 2013 Debate on drones Are we going too far The growing debate over America s lethal use of remotely piloted vehicles will be the focus of ASU s next McCain Institute Debate and Decision Series Friday November 15 2013 ASU professor appointed to new task force by U S Attorney General Eddie F Brown executive director of ASU s American Indian Policy Institute has been appointed by as a member of a new task force to examine the impact of exposure to violence on American Indian and Alaska Native children Friday November 01 2013 Cronkite School hosts Edward R Murrow Journalists Twelve international journalists are visiting the Cronkite School at ASU as part of the U S State Department s prestigious Edward R Murrow Program for Journalists Tuesday

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  • The Planet Remade: How Geoengineering Could Change the World | ASU in Washington D.C.
    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 Back to all videos The Planet Remade How Geoengineering Could Change the World The above video link takes you to http www ustream tv recorded 82379406 Geoengineering the deliberate hacking of Earth s climate might be one of the most promising potential responses to climate change especially in the absence of significant carbon emission reductions It s also one of the most controversial We engineered our planet into our environmental crisis but can we engineer our way out with a stratospheric veil against the sun the cultivation of photosynthetic plankton or fleets of unmanned ships seeding the clouds In his new book The Planet Remade How Geoengineering Could Change the World Oliver Morton argues that the risks of climate change merit serious action According to Morton geoengineering is not a simple or singular solution to the problem but it is worth exploring even if it s never actually deployed

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  • Deploying Technology to Rescue the Past | ASU in Washington D.C.
    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 Back to all videos Deploying Technology to Rescue the Past As ISIS campaigns to eradicate non Islamic cultural heritage in Iraq and Syria and developers throughout the world encroach on sites where antiquities are found it seems as though the relics of our past have never been at greater risk of being lost to history Or are they Technology like geospatial sensing satellites drones 3D imaging and the like can be deployed to restore what might otherwise be destroyed forever On Thursday January 28 Future Tense held an evening discussion on how present technologies are being used to deliver the past to the future Participants included Kirk Johnson Sant Director Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History Scott Branting Assistant Professor of Anthropology University of Central Florida Project Director Heritage Mapping and Data Integration with the American Schools of Oriental

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  • How Human Do We Want Our Robots to Be? | ASU in Washington D.C.
    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 Back to all videos How Human Do We Want Our Robots to Be The above video link takes you to http www ustream tv recorded 81740565 Robots are starting to look suspiciously familiar Increasingly sophisticated robots designed to resemble us are striking up more and more symbiotic relationships with humans at home as our companions and at our workplaces as colleagues Human robot interactions will continue to evolve as robotic technology transforms the way we see our creations and the way they react to us But as machines cease acting like machines and become more integrated into our lives how will we feel about them And dare we ask how will they feel about us Future Tense explored the future of human robot interaction on Wednesday January 20th at New America in Washington D C Participants

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  • 2015 McCain Institute Highlights | ASU in Washington D.C.
    Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos 2015 McCain Institute Highlights In 2015 The McCain Institute hosted its third class of Next Generation Leaders 12 remarkable individuals from 12 countries Each NGL works at a unique placement site in the United States to continue his or her professional development while working on an individualized Leadership Action Plan to guide his or her actions going forward after the program year Placement sites include Intel Corporation The Bush Institute the Office of Kansas City Mayor Sly James Dignity Health and International Refugee Committee Through our Next Generational Professionals program The McCain Institute trained five women from the Democratic Republic of Congo in character driven leadership and election skills Upon their return to the DRC the NGPs trained more than 200 women using the leadership and political campaign tools provided by The McCain Institute and our partner in the project the International Republican Institute Of the five NGP program participants three plan to run for public office two locally and one nationally The McCain Institute for International Leadership sponsored the inaugural Sex Trafficking Awareness Week at Arizona State University in January 2015 reaching more than 20 000 students faculty and staff This has led to the launch of a nation wide Student Alliance against trafficking which is raising awareness at campuses across the country The Institute doubled the number of public events it sponsored in 2015 as compared with 2014 A new summer series Conversation Cocktails expanded The Institute s audience particularly with young professionals though several guided conversations with The McCain Institute s senior directors The McCain Institute also partnered with a wide variety of organizations to expand The Institute s growing network including Google Polaris Thorn Rights4Girls

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  • ASU associate professor Kimberly Scott discusses new White House-backed initiative | ASU in Washington D.C.
    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 Back to all videos ASU associate professor Kimberly Scott discusses new White House backed initiative On Monday January 11 ASU launched the Center for Gender Equity in Science and Technology led by Dr Kimberly Scott of the School of Social Transformation The new center seeks to engage communities of scholars organizations and policy makers to breakdown the systematic barriers that prevent girls and women of color from pursuing STEM science technology engineering and math options Scott s work to enhance the opportunities for women and girls of color has earned her acclaim from the

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  • After Paris: The Refugee Crisis | ASU in Washington D.C.
    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 Back to all videos After Paris The Refugee Crisis The above video link takes you to http www ustream tv recorded 79606199 Ongoing conflicts around the world have displaced sixty million refugees with the war in Syria creating an unprecedented humanitarian crisis Half of the country s population has been forced from their homes and over four million Syrians have fled their homeland Many are crossing the Aegean Sea in rafts or walking across Serbia and Hungary to reach Europe which now faces its worst refugee crisis since World War II Given the severity of the situation it is essential to examine Western policies towards these refugees This half day event examines the moral legal social and political aspects of the challenges posed by recent mass displacement with a focus on current and future policy solutions Participants include State Department officials such as Deputy Assistant Secretary Dafna Rand Bureau of Democracy Human Rights and Labor and Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary Simon Henshaw Bureau of Population Refugees and Migration Ambassador Peter Wittig the German ambassador to the United States New America president Anne Marie Slaughter author Kati Marton Syrian community organizers Zaher and Suzanne Sahloul and many others Featuring Introductory Remarks by Anne Marie Slaughter President New America and Kati Marton Board Member New America Panel 1 Syrian Refugees On the Ground Perspectives featuring Zaher Sahloul President Syrian

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