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Last Event: Tuesday Sept. 1 All Day

Revealing Artifacts

Repeats every day until Fri Dec 04 2020.

Sept. 1 All Day

Revealing Artifacts

Repeats every day until Fri Dec 04 2020.

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Artifacts and records from central Arizona’s Tonto Basin, east of Phoenix, make up some of the largest archaeological collections at the School of Human Evolution and Social Change (SHESC). This exhibition features the post-doctoral research undertaken by Dr. Katherine Dungan at SHESC using painted pottery from the Roosevelt collections to study interaction in an ancient borderland, to experiment with new techniques and to contribute to a broader understanding of the ancient Southwest.

excavation at Roosevelt Lake

Second Floor, Fletcher Library

4701 W Thunderbird Rd, Glendale, AZ 85306

For More Information Contact:

Margaret Rodriguez
ASU Library
margaret.rodriguez@asu.edu

Last Event: Thursday Aug. 13 All Day

This and That

Repeats every day until Mon Dec 14 2020.

Aug. 13 All Day

This and That

Repeats every day until Mon Dec 14 2020.

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"This and That" features the artwork of Jenita Landrum, who explores race, class and gender through images reflecting the realities of living in urban spaces. The art in this exhibit reflects her journey through the art process, crossing mediums of paint, mixed media and found objects.

Landrum's career began in the Valley as an undergraduate student majoring in painting and drawing at Arizona State University, where she received a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Upon completion of her Master of Fine Art Degree at Ohio State University, she opened The Art Loft Studios and Gallery in Columbus, Ohio, where Landrum's work and career took flight, with her creations exhibited nationally and internationally in group and solo exhibition. She has traveled internationally to pursue fellowships in Ghana, Africa; Dresden, Germany and Poland. She is a nationally sought after curator and lecturer, and has completed several public commissions. She is currently an adjunct art history and studio instructor with Maricopa Community Colleges.

art work of Jenita Landrum

Vault Gallery, Downtown Phoenix campus Library

411 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004

For More Information Contact:

Jackie
ASU Library
jacqueline.young@asu.edu

Last Event: Wednesday Sept. 23 10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Data Science Open Lab

Repeats every other Wednesday starting on September 23, 2020 until November 18, 2020

Sept. 23 10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Data Science Open Lab

Repeats every other Wednesday starting on September 23, 2020 until November 18, 2020

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Learn the ins and outs of data science, and get connected with experts, collaborators and compelling projects! 

Students, faculty and staff, of all levels and disciplines, are welcome to attend all-virtual open lab workshops offered by the ASU Library's Unit for Data Science and Analytics. Open Lab is an opportunity to network, seek mentors and projects, gain skills and work on real-world problems using data science.

Join us for this biweekly, all-virtual event, every other Wednesday during the Fall 2020 semester: https://asu.zoom.us/j/92034159922.

Sept. 23: Statistics in Data Science
Understand the basic principles of probability and distribution, and identify the significance in hypothesis testing.

Oct. 7: Pattern Recognition
Learn how to draw conclusions from results.

Oct. 21: Data Visualization
Cover techniques and approaches to statistical data visualization, and explore ways to use graphics in both research and presentation.

Nov. 4: Model Selection
Learn how to identify a suitable algorithm and/or modeling technique that is appropriate to the data and problem statement. Pros and cons of various methods will be reviewed, and appropriate applications to use will be explored.

Nov. 18: Introduction to Machine Learning
Learn the concepts of machine learning, using a computer to perform a task.

social network analysis visualization

Online

For More Information Contact:

Kerri Rittschof
ASU Library
kerri.rittschof@asu.edu

Last Event: Tuesday Sept. 1 All Day

Revealing Artifacts

Repeats every day until Fri Dec 04 2020.

Sept. 1 All Day

Revealing Artifacts

Repeats every day until Fri Dec 04 2020.

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Artifacts and records from central Arizona’s Tonto Basin, east of Phoenix, make up some of the largest archaeological collections at the School of Human Evolution and Social Change (SHESC). This exhibition features the post-doctoral research undertaken by Dr. Katherine Dungan at SHESC using painted pottery from the Roosevelt collections to study interaction in an ancient borderland, to experiment with new techniques and to contribute to a broader understanding of the ancient Southwest.

excavation at Roosevelt Lake

Second Floor, Fletcher Library

4701 W Thunderbird Rd, Glendale, AZ 85306

For More Information Contact:

Margaret Rodriguez
ASU Library
margaret.rodriguez@asu.edu

Last Event: Thursday Aug. 13 All Day

This and That

Repeats every day until Mon Dec 14 2020.

Aug. 13 All Day

This and That

Repeats every day until Mon Dec 14 2020.

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"This and That" features the artwork of Jenita Landrum, who explores race, class and gender through images reflecting the realities of living in urban spaces. The art in this exhibit reflects her journey through the art process, crossing mediums of paint, mixed media and found objects.

Landrum's career began in the Valley as an undergraduate student majoring in painting and drawing at Arizona State University, where she received a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Upon completion of her Master of Fine Art Degree at Ohio State University, she opened The Art Loft Studios and Gallery in Columbus, Ohio, where Landrum's work and career took flight, with her creations exhibited nationally and internationally in group and solo exhibition. She has traveled internationally to pursue fellowships in Ghana, Africa; Dresden, Germany and Poland. She is a nationally sought after curator and lecturer, and has completed several public commissions. She is currently an adjunct art history and studio instructor with Maricopa Community Colleges.

art work of Jenita Landrum

Vault Gallery, Downtown Phoenix campus Library

411 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004

For More Information Contact:

Jackie
ASU Library
jacqueline.young@asu.edu

Last Event: Tuesday Sept. 1 All Day

Revealing Artifacts

Repeats every day until Fri Dec 04 2020.

Sept. 1 All Day

Revealing Artifacts

Repeats every day until Fri Dec 04 2020.

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Artifacts and records from central Arizona’s Tonto Basin, east of Phoenix, make up some of the largest archaeological collections at the School of Human Evolution and Social Change (SHESC). This exhibition features the post-doctoral research undertaken by Dr. Katherine Dungan at SHESC using painted pottery from the Roosevelt collections to study interaction in an ancient borderland, to experiment with new techniques and to contribute to a broader understanding of the ancient Southwest.

excavation at Roosevelt Lake

Second Floor, Fletcher Library

4701 W Thunderbird Rd, Glendale, AZ 85306

For More Information Contact:

Margaret Rodriguez
ASU Library
margaret.rodriguez@asu.edu

Last Event: Thursday Aug. 13 All Day

This and That

Repeats every day until Mon Dec 14 2020.

Aug. 13 All Day

This and That

Repeats every day until Mon Dec 14 2020.

Share

"This and That" features the artwork of Jenita Landrum, who explores race, class and gender through images reflecting the realities of living in urban spaces. The art in this exhibit reflects her journey through the art process, crossing mediums of paint, mixed media and found objects.

Landrum's career began in the Valley as an undergraduate student majoring in painting and drawing at Arizona State University, where she received a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Upon completion of her Master of Fine Art Degree at Ohio State University, she opened The Art Loft Studios and Gallery in Columbus, Ohio, where Landrum's work and career took flight, with her creations exhibited nationally and internationally in group and solo exhibition. She has traveled internationally to pursue fellowships in Ghana, Africa; Dresden, Germany and Poland. She is a nationally sought after curator and lecturer, and has completed several public commissions. She is currently an adjunct art history and studio instructor with Maricopa Community Colleges.

art work of Jenita Landrum

Vault Gallery, Downtown Phoenix campus Library

411 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004

For More Information Contact:

Jackie
ASU Library
jacqueline.young@asu.edu

Last Event: Friday Sept. 25 9:30 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Sept. 25 9:30 a.m. - 11 a.m.
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Please join the ASU Library Labriola Center and David Martinez, American Indian studies professor at ASU, for an online Q&A discussion with Christopher Pexa regarding his 2019 book, "Translated Nation: Rewriting the Dakhota Ovate"(U of Minnesota Press), this year's winner of the Labriola Center National Book Award.

Pexa is an assistant professor of English and affiliate of American Indian studies at the University of Minnesota, where he studies the critical role that oral and written histories have played in preserving the culture of the Dakota. 

His winning book "examines literary works and oral histories by Dakhóta intellectuals, highlighting creative Dakhóta responses to violences of the settler-colonial state. Bringing together oral and written as well as past and present literatures, it expands our sense of literary archives and political agency and demonstrates how Dakhóta peoplehood not only emerges over time but in everyday places, activities, and stories."

The online discussion will be recorded. For more information about the Labriola Center National Book Award, see the 2018 ASU Now story: "10 years, 200 books: Honoring Indigenous scholarly activism"

Translated Nation book

Online - via Zoom

For More Information Contact:

Alex Soto
ASU Library Labriola Center
alexander.soto@asu.edu

Last Event: Tuesday Sept. 1 All Day

Revealing Artifacts

Repeats every day until Fri Dec 04 2020.

Sept. 1 All Day

Revealing Artifacts

Repeats every day until Fri Dec 04 2020.

Share

Artifacts and records from central Arizona’s Tonto Basin, east of Phoenix, make up some of the largest archaeological collections at the School of Human Evolution and Social Change (SHESC). This exhibition features the post-doctoral research undertaken by Dr. Katherine Dungan at SHESC using painted pottery from the Roosevelt collections to study interaction in an ancient borderland, to experiment with new techniques and to contribute to a broader understanding of the ancient Southwest.

excavation at Roosevelt Lake

Second Floor, Fletcher Library

4701 W Thunderbird Rd, Glendale, AZ 85306

For More Information Contact:

Margaret Rodriguez
ASU Library
margaret.rodriguez@asu.edu

Last Event: Thursday Aug. 13 All Day

This and That

Repeats every day until Mon Dec 14 2020.

Aug. 13 All Day

This and That

Repeats every day until Mon Dec 14 2020.

Share

"This and That" features the artwork of Jenita Landrum, who explores race, class and gender through images reflecting the realities of living in urban spaces. The art in this exhibit reflects her journey through the art process, crossing mediums of paint, mixed media and found objects.

Landrum's career began in the Valley as an undergraduate student majoring in painting and drawing at Arizona State University, where she received a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Upon completion of her Master of Fine Art Degree at Ohio State University, she opened The Art Loft Studios and Gallery in Columbus, Ohio, where Landrum's work and career took flight, with her creations exhibited nationally and internationally in group and solo exhibition. She has traveled internationally to pursue fellowships in Ghana, Africa; Dresden, Germany and Poland. She is a nationally sought after curator and lecturer, and has completed several public commissions. She is currently an adjunct art history and studio instructor with Maricopa Community Colleges.

art work of Jenita Landrum

Vault Gallery, Downtown Phoenix campus Library

411 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004

For More Information Contact:

Jackie
ASU Library
jacqueline.young@asu.edu

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