Seminars, funding, mentorship, workshops, competitions and more — there’s always something going on at the Fulton Schools or the larger university community. Check out these opportunities and events.

Apply now for the Faculty Fellowship Program starting January 2023

The program will include an in-person, hands-on workshop in January 2023, a reflection workshop in August 2023, and a culminating participant conference in January 2024. Not only can participating faculty expect to receive a $1,000 honorarium, but they also have opportunities for conference presentations, faculty collaboration and course development. 

Participate in a book exchange with a twist, October 5

The ASU Staff Council Sustainability Committee is hosting a book exchange at the Memorial Union. Bring a wrapped book with five keywords and the author written on the wrapping to exchange for a surprising new find!

Celebrate the 2022 World Cup by sharing your knowledge — submit proposals by August 26

Some ways ASU is celebrating the World Cup are: having interdisciplinary conversations, talks by subject matter experts and providing learning resources. If you are interested in participating we encourage you to submit a brief proposal. Below lists the different ways you can engage. Programming will primarily span Monday, October 10, 2022–November 21, 2022, leading into the opening matches of the men’s 2022 FIFA World Cup competition. 

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.

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.

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.