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International Student On-Demand Career Advising

Repeats every week every Tuesday until Tue Apr 26 2022 except Tue Mar 08 2022.

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No appointment needed! International students looking for career advising are invited to join us virtually every Tuesday from 10 a.m.–2 p.m. Connect with our Global Career Initiatives team members who are knowledgeable about finding jobs and internships for OPT and CPT. We can discuss your U.S. job or internship search, strategies for identifying international-friendly employers, communicating about your work authorization status, preparing application materials, interview success, navigating U.S. work culture and more!

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For more information contact:

Julia Tebben
jtebben@asu.edu

Nonprofit, MS Information Session

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This information session offers you an opportunity to explore Watts College’s premier practitioner graduate programs. The information session will cover nonprofit leadership management and public administration graduate programs. This quick 30-minute session will cover everything you need to know about these programs to help you decide which one is right for you! Application tips will be shared to prepare you to start the program in an upcoming semester.
Access virtual sessions by phone, computer, cell phone and via Zoom after registering. The Zoom link will be provided to you in your confirmation email after you register for this event.

Please bring questions to ask the grad recruiter during this time.

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For more information contact:

Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions
publicservice.gradrecruitment@asu.edu
602-496-7827 https://publicservice.asu.edu/

ASU Employee Wellness 2022: Gentle Flow Yoga

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This dynamic class focuses on relaxation, core stabilization, balancing poses, breathing and meditation. Yoga promotes a sense of fluidity, spaciousness and clarity. Ximena Iglesias, program coordinator at the Polytechnic Sun Devil Fitness Complex will lead this class. Please have your mat ready to participate.

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For more information contact:

Elizabeth Badalamenti
Employee Wellness
ebadalam@asu.edu
https://cfo.asu.edu/wellness

Data Science Mini-Workshop: R Basics

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In this mini-workshop you will learn some of the basics of data science from the ASU Library’s Data Science and Analytics hands-on mini workshops. We will show you how to import data, build models and interpret results using multiple techniques in the R programming language.

Three people of different genders and ethnicities talking around a table while interacting with online Zoom attendees

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No registration required.

For more information contact:

ASU Library
Data Science and Analytics
datascience@asu.edu
https://lib.asu.edu/data

Global Career On-Demand Advising

Repeats every week every Wednesday until Wed Apr 27 2022 except Wed Mar 09 2022.

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No appointment needed! Global Career virtual drop-in advising is a space for international students and other globally-minded Sun Devils to get career advice. Have you dreamed of working overseas? Or maybe you are an international student making the transition back to your home country. Connect with our Global Career Initiatives team to learn about careers beyond borders. We can discuss strategies for launching an international job search, demonstrate how to utilize global career resources like Interstride, show you how to build a global network, provide cross-cultural feedback on your application materials, and more!

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For more information contact:

Julia Tebben
jtebben@asu.edu

Health Impact Program

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Earn $200 for taking care of yourself. ASU Employee Wellness program manager Liz Badalamenti will walk you through the steps to earn it. This voluntary program allows you to take action, track progress and earn points while striving towards better health. Participants must log a minimum of 50,000 points to be eligible for the $200 incentive.  All benefits-eligible state employees can participate. It is not necessary to be enrolled in state benefits to participate in HIP.

Image of man stretching his leg for exercising.

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For more information contact:

Elizabeth Badalamenti
Employee Wellness
ebadalam@asu.edu
https://cfo.asu.edu/wellness

Belonging in Arizona and Beyond: Archives, Narrative and Border Identities

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This talk investigates the ways expressive culture has consolidated or challenged myths about Arizona, the West, and the U.S.-Mexico borderlands. Arizona’s archival traces are central to this work and this talk will consider both what the archival record contains as well as its many gaps and silences. Foregrounding a borderlands perspective, this talk will question the archives’ literary, geographic and temporal trajectories to imagine other possibilities. 

Guest speaker: Anita Huizar-Hernández is Associate Professor of Border Studies in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at the University of Arizona. Born and raised in Arizona, Huizar-Hernández's teaching and research focus on the literatures and cultures of the U.S.-Mexico borderlands and investigate the ways that stories—past, present and future—shape our ability to cultivate just and inclusive communities within the borderlands.  

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For more information contact:

Juan Gil-Osle
jgilosle@asu.edu
https://silc.asu.edu/

ASU Marston Theater Virtual Night Sky Presentation

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Why does Earth’s Moon have special names, tides, phases and lunar eclipses? Find out more about how the Moon changes each month, names associated with it and so much more. 

Learn about the planets and stars you can see from your own backyard! 

Join the ASU Marston Exploration Theater via Zoom Webinar on Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. for a live presentation of the night sky using our unique planetarium technology.

Register here

Grand Canyon Night Sky with stars

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For more information contact:

Kim Baptista
School of Earth and Space Exploration
Kim.Baptista@asu.edu
https://sese.asu.edu/community-engagement/events

Mindfulness at Work: Creating a Culture of Empowerment and Focus

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Mindfulness is the practice of engaging our attention in the present moment. Get tips from experts at the Center for Mindfulness, Compassion and Resilience about how to adopt a culture of mindfulness that can improve focus and productivity; manage workplace stress and reframe challenges; foster strong and productive relationships within our teams and create empowered, impactful leaders. 

Zachary Reeves-Blurton is the assistant director of ASU's Center for Mindfulness, Compassion and Resilience who will lead the session. Blurton works with individuals, groups and organizations about the importance of mindfulness and how it improves the development of psychosocial capacity and resilience, stress reduction and empowerment.

ASU Thrive

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For more information contact:

Elizabeth Badalamenti
Employee Wellness
ebadalam@asu.edu
https://cfo.asu.edu/wellness

Labriola Virtual Open House/Open Mic Night

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The Labriola National American Indian Data Center in collaboration with Emerging Beyond Genocidal Colonization would like to welcome back students with our Virtual Open House and Open Mic event. Join us as local and regional creative Indigenous voices share their original poetry. In addition, come learn more about the Labriola Center and Emerging Beyond Genocidal Colonization. There will also be open slots for community participation. Start the semester with Indigenous creativity!

A silver metal microphone

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No registration required.

For more information contact:

ASU Library
Labriola National American Indian Data Center
https://library.asu.edu/labriola

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