Join us for a creative and eco-friendly workshop where you can learn to craft your very own bird feeder.

Not only will you enjoy a fun DIY experience, but you'll also contribute to local birdlife by providing them with a cozy feeding station. Head over to Naturespace, room 311E at Hayden Library for this hands-on workshop and leave with a beautiful, functional bird feeder and a bag of bird feed to attract feathered friends to your own backyard.

In collaboration with Jacob Meders (Machoopda/Maidu), assistant professor in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science at Arizona State University, the Labriola Center will be a part of a workshop called "Print and the Protest." This workshop introduces students to the archives at the Labriola Center and the art of printmaking.

The second event in this series introduces and explores key concepts in Artificial Intelligence. The aim is to understand applications, but also think through implications for your own research and professional interests.

In each presentation and topic, we emphasize design, adoption and ethics of AI systems.

Are you ready to awaken your imagination and ignite your passion? You will not want to miss Ignite at ASU— the most inspiring speakers’ event of the semester!   Ignite at ASU is a public speaking event for inspiring individuals to share their ideas, passions and stories.

Thursday, November 2, 2023, 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Student Pavilion, Senita Ballroom, Tempe Campus

The event is live streamed!

Do you like tabletop games?

In the ASU Library's Naturespace, we have games based on the natural world. If you want to spend an afternoon exploring nature through the tabletop gaming world, come by Hayden Library's Naturespace 311E and game with us.

In this workshop, Yashar Ahmadli, a Senior Simulation Data Scientist at Amazon delves into the essentials of starting a data science career.

The workshop offers valuable insights into education pathways, skill enhancement and hands-on experience in the rapidly evolving world of data science.

Join us to explore the key steps to launch a successful data science career.

Have you ever wanted to learn how to bind and design your own journal or diary?

Come join the Labriola Center at West Valley campus for Coptic Bookbinding! Coptic bookbinding, or Coptic stitch bookbinding, is an ancient art form used to bind pages of a book together without glue or staples.

Our Labriola archivist and librarian, Vina Begay will be instructing attendees on how to create their very own journal using acid free paper, a bookbinding kit, and coptic stitching.

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