“Reverence" by Jess Tommeraasen is an MFA thesis exhibition paying homage to Fungi. It showcases a captivating display of living Reishi mushrooms, inviting viewers to venerate the wonders of this vast, enigmatic, kingdom. Through multimedia installation, this work delves into themes of interdependency, multi-species entanglements, decay and rebirth, prompting contemplation on questions of agency and ethics beyond human intelligence.

“Reverence" by Jess Tommeraasen is an MFA thesis exhibition paying homage to Fungi. It showcases a captivating display of living Reishi mushrooms, inviting viewers to venerate the wonders of this vast, enigmatic, kingdom. Through multimedia installation, this work delves into themes of interdependency, multi-species entanglements, decay and rebirth, prompting contemplation on questions of agency and ethics beyond human intelligence.

Join us for a fantastic event as we hear about the exceptional achievements of the Hubert H.  Humphrey Fellows at Arizona State University while also honoring the enduring legacy of the esteemed Hubert H. Humphrey, former vice president of the United States and a staunch advocate for civil rights. 

For decades, technology has fostered the advancement of freedom, transparency and liberty. The more technology has been employed in elections and allowed people to access information, the more democracy benefitted. Yet, over time, technology also became a tool to undermine democracy. To address these threats against American democracy, Arizona State University’s McCain Institute and Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication are honored to invite you to attend our upcoming event, “Defending Democracy in the Disinformation Age.”

Join the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication on Tuesday, April 9 from 5 to 7 p.m. to talk about the unprecedented, multi-platform investigation “Lethal Restraint: An investigation documenting police use of force.”

Three years in the making, the project is a major collaboration between The Associated Press global investigations team, the Howard Centers for Investigative Journalism at Arizona State University and the University of Maryland, and FRONTLINE (PBS).

Are you ready to beat the heat? 

Join EHS for a heat stress awareness event, where we'll share tips and information on staying safe and healthy during the hot summer months. Our team will cover topics such as recognizing the signs of heat exhaustion, staying hydrated, and taking breaks in the shade. You'll also have the chance to pick up some swag. Don't miss out on this opportunity to stay cool and informed at the EHS heat stress awareness event!

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