Closes May 29: Art in Focus gallery highlighting women artists from the museum’s permanent collection


Closes May 29: Art in Focus gallery highlighting women artists from the museum’s permanent collection

A recent study of the artists represented in the collections of eighteen major American art museums found that only 12.6% are women. Reserve your free timed-entry tickets and learn more about the museum’s new guidelines before visiting.

May 20: Global Accessibility Awareness Day at ASU

This virtual conference is a great introduction to accessibility for faculty, staff and students who create online content. Topics include accessible course design, inclusive pedagogy and ASU accessibility resources.

May 17-19: IASC 2021 Conference on Polycentric Governance

This event aims to bring together scholars and practitioners from various sectors, disciplines, and epistemological traditions to advance our understanding of how polycentric governance works in practice and share knowledge as a diverse research community.

Three sustainability scholars named 2021-22 IHR fellows

Research Accelerator participants Serena Ferrando, Daniel Gilfillan and Natalie Lozinski-Veach are among eight ASU faculty members who were awarded fellowships by the Institute for Humanities Research.

Larson: Arizona farmers to bear brunt of cuts from Colorado River

Sustainability scientist Rhett Larson was recently quoted by the Associated Press in an article about anticipated reductions in water the state of Arizona receives from the Colorado River.

Explore groundwater level changes in Arizona sub-basins

The Kyl Center for Water Policy’s new Arizona Groundwater Level Change App shows what’s happening in sub-basins across the state – where groundwater levels are rising or declining and where more data may be needed.

Survey responses requested: NEON Needs Assessment

Your assistance is requested in completing this short survey to collect information that informs our understanding of use of large-scale data sets in higher education, your familiarity with NEON data, and your usage/non-usage of NEON data.

May 12: The impact of supportive housing on the costs of chronic mental illness

Sustainability scholar Chrissie Bausch and scientist Jonathan Koppell are among the featured presenters for this noontime event, “Housing is Health Care,” presented by ASU’s Morrison Institute for Public Policy

Your questions answered about the Research Accelerator

Apply by Monday to be part of Cohort II of the Global Futures Research Accelerator. Click to read answers to our most frequently asked questions.