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In today’s diverse and highly competitive work environment, employers are looking for candidates who have acquired experience and achieved success in the workplace. Learn about how to earn real life experience, develop new skills, and gain a competitive advantage by attending this career exploration series. Refreshments included!
This is a required workshop for all single semester student teachers. Please register in Handshake at asu.joinhandshake.com by Friday, Sept. 21.
Are you ready to apply for your full-time K–12 teaching positions? You will learn how to best market yourself and your education-related experience throughout your application and interview process for teaching positions. Bring a copy of your current resume and cover letter to get the most out of this workshop.
We have an opportunity and a responsibility to make our world more sustainable. "Career Cafe: Sustainability" will be a space where career advisors and industry experts can meet with students and focus on answering professional development questions related to the field of sustainability. Coffee included!
The Institute for Humanities Research's new Faculty Development Workshop series provides resources and assistance for faculty members in the humanities at ASU. These workshops focus on enhancing research practices, assisting in writing for publications, applying for external funding and more.
Join us on Sept. 26 to learn how you can incorporate the digital humanities into your research. Elizabeth Grumbach, the project manager of the Institute for Humanities Research's Digital Humanities Initiative, will be sharing methodologies and best practices for designing a digital humanities project.
This workshop will offer participants an introduction to digital humanities fundamentals, specifically tools and methodologies. We will explore technologies and platforms that allow scholars of all skills levels to engage with digital humanities methods. Participants will not only be introduced to a variety of tools (including mapping, visualization, data analytics, and multimedia digital publication platforms), but also discuss how and why to choose specific applications, platforms, and tools based on project needs.
Though lunch will be served, keep in mind the Institute for Humanities Research's is a peanut-free space. Please RSVP to attend.
This is a required workshop for all single semester student teachers. Please register in Handshake at: asu.joinHandshake.com by Friday, Sept. 21. Are you ready to apply for your full-time K–12 teaching positions? You will learn how to best market yourself and your education-related experience throughout your application and interview process for teaching positions. Bring a copy of your current resume and cover letter to get the most out of this workshop.
Continuing your education through a graduate or specialty program could be an option to consider as you work your way through your current program. It is important to consider the pros and cons of pursuing a graduate education and whether it will help you achieve your future goals. Learn about whether or not graduate school is right for you by attending this career exploration workshop. Refreshments included!
Join the ASU Library Map and Geospatial Hub in hosting a workshop providing hands-on training with JMARS.
JMARS (Java Mission-Planning and Analysis for Remote Sensing) is a software suite for viewing and analyzing remote sensing data retrieved from a variety of sources. JMARS was originally developed as a mission planning tool for the THEMIS instrument orbiting Mars on the Odyssey spacecraft. Over the years, functionality has been added to view and study data from other instruments on Mars and other planetary bodies including Earth, the Moon, Mercury, Venus, moons of Jupiter and Saturn, and even asteroids. With functions such as the ability to create shapefiles, draw profile lines, stack data products in layers, import/export data, count craters, and save your work for later, JMARS has become a powerful geographic information system. With a variety of data products available with no user processing necessary, JMARS makes access to scientific data readily available.
Members of the ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration's Mars Space Flight Facility will lead this workshop.
JMARS is a FOSS (free open source software) application, and can be installed on Mac, Windows, Linux, and Solaris. Download installation files.
See the full calendar of Map and Geospatial Hub events.
Center for Mindfulness, Compassion and Resilience is excited to invite you to our first “Mindfulness Leadership” Professional Development Certificate workshop hosted by Dean Teri Pipe, ASU's chief well-being officer. Participating in this workshop will teach you skills to incorporate mindfulness into your own life and lead mindfulness efforts in your department, organization or family. Recommended for those who aim to be proponents of well-being in their communities.
As students are preparing for graduate school and starting their professional career paths, having the skills to be successful in an interview is vital to their success.
Students who participate will go through an intense round of multiple interview practice sessions with professional staff and graduate students.
At the end join us for a panel for advice, feedback and valuable tips to further stand out.
Join the ASU Library Map and Geospatial Hub for this two-hour workshop introducing geographic information system (GIS) technology.
We'll be using ArcGIS Desktop on instruction room workstations. Twenty desktop computer workstations are available for this workshop.
*Note: Due to the proprietary nature of ArcGIS Desktop software, this particular workshop is limited to ASU affiliates, including students, faculty and staff. We apologize for any inconvenience. Non-ASU affiliates (general public) are welcome to attend our Introduction to Open Source GIS (Using QGIS) workshops. Please see our full calendar of events.