Events and opportunities open to the entire Arizona State University community.

ASU Learning Futures Fall Expo

Attend the ASU Learning Futures Fall Expo, August 19

ASU Learning Futures is a production studio through the University of Technology Office that imagines the future of learning three-to-five years into the future and creates platforms and experiences using extended reality (XR) technologies to make those learning experiences real. These technologies include but are not limited to VR headsets, mobile apps, and more!

Register for Dare to Lead this fall — course begins September 8

Dare to Lead™ is a professional development opportunity for students and staff. Based on the grounded theory research of Dr. Brené Brown, this Dare to Lead course is an interactive leadership workshop you have never experienced before. It will teach you the skill sets of courage to work on and provide operationalized tools that will change how you lead forever.

Apply for Emerging Supervisor Pathway Training

ASU’s Emerging Supervisor Pathway training is a self-paced experience for employees aspiring to become supervisors with no prior experience and those with limited experience who have not yet been admitted to LWD’s Supervisor Development Program. 

Share the new Space@ASU ambassador program with your students!

We invite motivated undergraduate students from across ASU to share their passion and excitement for space exploration! Space@ASU student ambassadors will be students from all walks of life taking classes at Tempe, Downtown, Polytechnic and West campus. We encourage all majors to apply including, but not limited to business, communication, engineering, art, design, journalism, sustainability and liberal arts and sciences.

Faculty: Attend FSE Cloud Classroom Live Training for Apporto, July 26

This interactive session, led by Max Lushchan, director of customer success at Apporto, will give you everything you need to get off to a strong start this fall. In addition to best practices for enhancing the learning experience, this webinar will also cover advanced features, such as student impersonation, collaborative learning and virtual classrooms. 

Register for the 2022-2023 Global Advocacy Certificate Program

The Global Advocacy Certificate Program, or GACP, is for ASU faculty and staff who desire to cultivate a globally-minded campus through Cultural Intelligence (CI). Participants will broaden their awareness of intercultural topics and learn specific strategies for supporting culturally and linguistically diverse, or CLD, students and scholars in the classroom and workplace to promote a more inclusive community for all.

Register for the 2022 Research Computing Expo, August 1–2

This event will include in-depth and interactive training for vital topics such as using the web portal, the Linux command line, the software module system, job submission, job benchmarking, job profiling, job monitoring, tools for submitting a large number of jobs, as well as how to leverage hardware such as graphics processing units (GPUs) and high memory nodes.

Apply for the Fall 2022 Supervisor Development Program by August 5

It’s time to apply for the Fall 2022 Supervisor Development Program! Series 41 begins on Wednesday, September 21, 2022. Please be aware that priority will be given to those applicants who are currently supervising staff. Even if you had previously applied for the Supervisor Development Program, we ask that you complete this form again so we have up-to-date information.