We’ll be welcoming a new class of #ASUgrad students to our Sun Devil alumni!

Top December events at ASU

We’re getting ready to celebrate our new #ASUgrads!

Dec. 1

Dec. 2

Must See Mondays at ASU’s Cronkite School features some of the top journalists of today. In “The Best in Disability Reporting,” the winners of the Katherine Schneider Journalism Awards for Excellence in Reporting on Disability will discuss their award-winning work, including:

Living Apart, Coming Undone” by Joaquin Sapien of ProPublica and Tom Jennings of PBS “Frontline”
“Trapped: Abuse and Neglect in Private Care” by Audrey Quinn of Reveal
“Unfit” by Matt Kielty, Pat Walters and Lulu Miller of Radiolab

Free and open to the public. 7 p.m., First Amendment Forum, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus.

Dec. 4

Dec. 5

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Dec. 6

  • Bundle up, Sun Devils, and cheer on Sun Devil Hockey as they take on Denver in a doubleheader. Public ticket prices not yet released; free for students. 7:05 p.m. Dec. 6–7, Oceanside Ice Arena, 1520 N. McClintock Drive, Tempe.
  • See innovation in action at Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation’s Health Innovation Exhibition, a showcase of innovative solutions to current problems in health care from all first-year students enrolled in ASU 101-NU in the Fall 2019 semester. Learn about today’s issues and how Sun Devils like you are looking to solve them. Free and open to the public. 3:30 p.m., Civic Space Park near ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus.
  • Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow, because it’s Sun Devil Women’s Basketball’s Winter Wonderland game vs. BYU! Bring a toy for the Toys for Tots Drive, play the Teddy Bear Toss and meet Santa! Students who attend will receive a 942 Crew Ugly Sweater shirt while supplies last. Public ticket prices not yet released; free for students. Time TBA, Desert Financial Arena, ASU’s Tempe campus.
  • Get your tickets for the first night of the Fall Film Showcase! The School of Film, Dance and Theatre presents two days of new, original film and media work created by graduating students. The culmination of more than a year’s work, the screened projects will be curated by film faculty and industry professionals and include short narrative and documentary films, as well as screenwriting, cinematography and editing reels. Open to the public. Herberger Institute faculty, staff and students are eligible for complimentary tickets for this event when requested in advance. Adult, alumni, faculty/staff, senior, $10; student, $5. 7 p.m., Nelson Fine Arts Center, Paul V. Galvin Playhouse, ASU’s Tempe campus.
Last year’s Hacking the Human Conference attracted more than 700 people.

Dec. 11

Upcoming ASU Book Group meetings and selections are:

Jan. 29 — Gary L. Stuart, “Call Him Mac”
Feb. 26 — Adrienne Celt, “Invitation to a Bonfire” (tentative)
March 25 — Joey Eschrich and Clark A. Miller, “The Weight of Light”
April 29 — Kelly deVos, “Fat Girl on a Plane”

Free and open to the public. Noon, Piper Writers House, ASU’s Tempe campus.

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ONGOING

VIDEO PREVIEW: Listen in as ASU Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts Dean Steven Tepper walks through “Juntos Together” with Carolina Aranibar-Fernandez, artist in residence with the Bi-National Arts Residency and former ASU Projecting All Voices fellow.

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