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The M.A. program in social justice and human rights and the students of the Community Embedded Seminar will host “A Seminar on Ethical Issues in Social Justice and Human Rights” at the West campus on Monday, May 3. The seminar takes place in the University Center Building (UCB) #266 from 3:30 – 8 p.m. Throughout the […]

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The statistics are alarming.   Breast cancer incidence in women in the U.S. has increased from 1 in 20 in 1960 to 1 in 8 today. For women in the U.S., breast cancer death rates are higher than those for any other cancer besides lung cancer.   About 40,170 women in the U.S. were expected to die […]

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Heather Cruz saw and felt the frustration of young students and their teachers when it came to grading and assessment processes.  So, she and fellow classroom leaders designed a classroom innovation — the Student Data Portfolio. Cruz is a doctoral student in ASU’s College of Teacher Education and Leadership’s Ed.D. program and is a member of the college’s second […]

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The ASU Bookstore at the West campus is gearing up for the Spring 2010 Textbook Buyback. Dates are May 3-14 with the following hours: May 3-6: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. May 7: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. May 8: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. May 10-13: 9 a.m. – 6 pm. May 14: 9 […]

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Our congrats go out to the College of Teacher Education and Leadership; the college recently won a coveted ASU President’s Medal for Soicial Embeddedness for its Building Educator Support Teams (BEST) initiative. The program was honored for its positive impact on K-12 education in the Valley, across the state of Arizona and even around the […]

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No, they won’t take your old lime-green leisure suit. But if you have old electronic equipment that’s gathering dust, it’s time to recycle it! Recycling Services on ASU’s West campus is participating in the 10th annual AZ StRUT (Arizona Students Recycling Used Technology) Computer Recycle Day, Saturday, April 24. You can drop off your unwanted […]

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Today’s cooler than normal temperatures mean it will be a perfect afternoon to spend some time outside on ASU’s beautiful West campus, enjoying music, crafts, dance, circus performers, food booths and more. West CultureFest is set for 3 to 7 p.m. today (Thursday, April 22) in the central courtyard between the FAB and UCB buildings. […]

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Whether you’re into music, crafts, martial arts, or studying the night sky, there’s something for you Thursday, April 22 on the West campus. West CultureFest starts at 3 p.m. in the central courtyard (between the FAB and UCB buildings) and includes a wide range of performers and artists. Belly dancers, fire/circus artists, Native American musicians and more will […]

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Do you find yourself wondering what those (fill in the blank: young whippersnappers, old fogeys) are thinking when you’re working on a project together? The Campus Environment Team is sponsoring a brown bag workshop that will help you make the most of everyone’s strengths and communicate better as different generations work together. The free workshop, “Four […]

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Calling all West campus students! ASU President Michael M. Crow will visit West on Tuesday, April 20 for an open forum with students. President Crow is expected to address the ongoing budget issues that are affecting Arizona’s public university system. He also will answer student questions about this and other topics. The discussion will be held from […]

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