Arizona State University benefits-eligible employees can get a 30-minute health screening. Several tests, including readings on cholesterol, blood pressure and triglycerides, are available free of charge.

Other tests are available for as low as a $20 copay. Cash, check, MasterCard or Visa are accepted. Bring your ASU ID and health insurance cards.

Spring is here! Come and learn more about starting a Spring garden in the Phoenix area. We will discuss what vegetables, flowers, and herbs grow best in the spring and tips for getting your garden started. We will share some of our excess seeds to get you started with growing your own garden. 

Program will include a tour of Garden Commons and what we have growing. 

This is a Lunch and Learn Program. Feel free to bring your lunch to enjoy during the presentation.

More information about Garden Commons can be found here:

Sun Devil Hospitality and ASU Sustainability Practices welcome you to join us on Tuesday, April 9, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. for the Cakes and Cacti event. This event will be taking place at the Garden Commons at the Polytechnic Campus. Come and enjoy locally sourced mesquite pancakes and sustainably sourced beverages. 

Sustainability is a philosophy at ASU and we incorporate it into education, operations outreach and research. ASU is an innovative academic laboratory and demonstration model of sustainable processes and practices.

ASU campuses include a variety of buildings, programs and design elements that embody the university’s building toward being a “living laboratory” for sustainability. The Sustainability Tour highlights several “Sustainability Points of Pride” that exemplify ASU’s effort to incorporate the principles of sustainability into its physical and academic environment.

Learn about the development of “combat close air support” and hear personal stories from Retired Brigadier General Tom Webster, a former A-10 and F-16 pilot in the US Air Force. Hear about how this mission-critical process evolved through engagement in World War I and World War II and honed in the Korean War and the Vietnam War to become a key component of today’s air-land battle team.

This event is part of Teaching Professor Valerie Adams’ aviation speaker series in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts.

At 17 years old, Caroline Kilgore began work at a factory that built the wings for the C-47 aircraft during the Second World War. Today, in her late 90s, she is as sharp as ever and shares her story to preserve the history of the efforts of American women during WWII. You are invited to this special opportunity to meet one of the millions of women who answered the country's call to war on the home front. 

This event is open to Barrett, The Honors College students.

Join us for a Fajita Fiesta! Indulge in delicious flavors as we celebrate the new semester with great food, company, and a festive ambiance.

Get ready for a flavorful fiesta you won't want to miss!

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