ASU's Week in Pictures
Stephen Bradley, an Army ROTC cadet and history major, was one of more than 250 volunteers that helped place 2977 flags, as part of the 2011 Healing Field held at Tempe Beach Park. The 8th annual event honors those lost in the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.Tom Story
A conference titled “The Difference a Decade Makes: Religion, Politics and Public Life - An Event Marking the Tenth Anniversary of 9/11,” was held at the Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict on ASU’s Tempe campus.Tom Story
Members of the ABC production crew film ASU students who braved early morning hours to be part of Good Morning America’s “Your Three Words” segment that featured approximately 20 live hits around the world – from Afghanistan to New York City’s Times Square. Participants displayed inspirational three-word messages as the band OneRepublic sang their hit, “Good Life,” live from the Good Morning America studio.Julie Newberg
The Laptop Lounge in the Computing Commons is a popular location for students to work between classes on ASU's Tempe campus.Tom Story
Kayla Burkholder (left), a graphic information technology major, and Hannah Kolar-Quezada, an engineering major, help promote Women In Applied Science & Engineering (WISE) at the first “Thing on Thursday” event on the Polytechnic campus. WISE, which has more than 30 members (graduate and undergraduate) on the Polytechnic campus, is focusing this year’s meetings on "Branding Your Brilliance." For more information on WISE at the Polytechnic, contact Kayla at firstname.lastname@example.org.Jesse Nichols
Pamela Young, with the American English and Culture Program, checks out promotional materials at the 2011 United Way Kickoff event at the Memorial Union. To learn more about how you can donate to the United Way visit http://unitedway.asu.edu.Tom Story
Pete Wozniak, athletic facilities manager, assisted by Boris Dokic, paints the “Sun Devils” logo in the south end zone of Sun Devil Stadium in preparation for the Missouri game. To see more photos from the game, visit our photo gallery featuring highlights from this past week in sports: http://asunews.asu.edu/20110914_gallery_sportshighlights.Tom Story
“Who Are the Earliest Human Ancestors?” was the topic Terry Harrison, professor of anthropology and director of the Center for the Study of Human Origins at New York University, addressed during the first lecture of the 2011-12 series presented by ASU’s Institute of Human Origins as part of their 30th anniversary.Tom Story
The African drum class ensemble, under the direction of Mark E. Sunkett (seated at right), welcomed attendees of the IHO exhibit opening at the Museum of Anthropology. The group, from the Herberger Institute’s School of Music, draws inspiration from the drumming cultures of Senegal, Mali, Guinea, Ghana and Nigeria.Tom Story
Donald Johanson (left), the founding director of the Institute of Human Origins and William Kimbel, the institute’s director, cut the ribbon at the opening of the “Becoming Human – 30 years of Research and Discovery” exhibit at the Museum of Anthropology at ASU’s School of Human Evolution and Social Change.
The exhibit tells the story of the institute's 30-year impact on anthropology and understanding the human career – from the discovery of "Lucy" by Donald Johanson in 1974, to today's engaging research into how the human race may have survived in very small numbers in caves at the tip of South Africa. The exhibit is free and runs through Dec. 16. For more information about the institute’s 30th anniversary events, or how you can participate in the institute's fundraising Gala or Symposium, visit http://iho.asu.edu/30th.
The seven members of the Institute of Human Origins gathered for a photo during the opening of the “Becoming Human – 30 years of Research and Discovery” exhibit. On the far left is Sander van der Leeuw, professor and director of the School of Human Evolution and Social Change and dean of the School of Sustainability. On the far right is Alexandra Brewis Slade, professor and executive director of the School of Human Evolution and Social Change. In between van der Leeuw and Slade, from left to right, are Chris Campisano, assistant professor; Kaye Reed, associate professor; Gary Schwartz, associate professor; William Kimbel, director and professor; Donald Johanson, founding director and professor; Curtis Marean, associate director and professor; and Mark Spencer, assistant professor.
For museum hours, guided tours, and special events in association with this exhibition, visit http://asuma.asu.edu, email email@example.com, or call 480.965.6224.
Linda Johnson of the Arizona Department of Economic Security captures ideas in a working group session at the conference, “Connecting the Dots: Domestic Violence – Child Welfare; One State, One System,” held Sept. 9, at ASU’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. More than 400 people attended the conference, and the group was given a call to action by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor (ret.), who told the group that, “Arizona hasn’t done as much as we could do,” and urged them to “adjourn with resolve that we are all going to help.”
The conference was presented by the Arizona Supreme Court Dependent Children’s Services Division Court Improvement Program, the Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence, the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, Casey Family Programs, The Arizona Department of Economic Security, Jewish Family & Children’s Service, Maricopa County Juvenile Court and the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges.
Devarajan "Srini" Srinivasan (left), an ASU engineering alumni, chats with electrical engineering freshmen Shardul Golwalkar (center) and Danyal Tahir Khan at a career exploration night event for the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. The event allows new engineering students to connect with industry professionals to conduct informal interviews, gain advice about skills needed and learn about career opportunities.Jessica Slater