Arming Students for Good: Youth Activism to Prevent Violence

Event description

  • Academic events
  • Campus life
  • Free

Join the Humanities Lab at Arizona State University for a late afternoon event designed to elevate youth voices in collective efforts to prevent violence. Hear from public figures, scientists and students about what we know about school shootings. Participate in interactive activities designed to illustrate the urgent need for innovative solutions. 

Come learn how the humanities contribute to understanding and abating one of America’s most pressing tragedies of our time


This event is part of the annual ASU Humanities Week in partnership with The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.




About the Humanities Lab: The Humanities Lab is an inquiry-driven social change incubator designed to offer students new ways of knowing, doing and being. All Lab courses focus on today’s most pressing social challenges and engage students in team-based, action-oriented, project-centered learning in collaboration with instructional faculty, embedded university librarians and community consultants on and off campus. Learning is activated by students who pose questions, conduct transdisciplinary collaborative research, follow up on research-informed leads, innovate possibilities for positive change and ultimately develop public-facing impact outcomes designed to better our collective future. Read more about the Humanities Lab HERE.

Event contact

Humanities Lab

Monday, October 16, 2023


3:00 pm5:00 pm (MST)


Walton Center for Planetary Health, Room 107 and Atrium