ASU's Week in Pictures
Jonathan Koppell (right), director of ASU's School of Public Affairs and dean of the College of Public Programs, posed the question, "Who Should Govern the Internet?" to Jim Cicconi, AT&T's senior executive vice president for External and Legislative Affairs, during an interview at the Future Tense event in Washington D.C.
The event discussed the pending United Nations' International Telecommunications Union summit. Future Tense is a collaboration between ASU, the New America Foundation, and Slate magazine that explores how emerging technologies affect policy and society.
Nichol Tran, a staff member from the W. P. Carey School of Business, helps herself to refreshments during the 57th Annual Holiday Coffee at the Memorial Union, Dec. 4.Tom Story
Sethuraman "Panch" Panchanathan, senior vice president for Knowledge Enterprise Development (right), and ASU President Michael Crow chat with staff members during the Annual Memorial Union Holiday Coffee.Tom Story
James Gee (second from left), Fulton Presidential Chair of Literature Studies at ASU's Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, discusses the impact of gaming on education with Chris Dahlen, Kaveri Subrahmanyam and Richard Lemarchand at a Zocalo Public Square event, "Will Gaming Change the Way We Learn?", which was held at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles. Zocalo Public Square is a project of ASU's Center for Social Cohesion.
New signage and a piece of sustainability-inspired art that uses wind power to simulate the look of water running down a wall were recently installed at the W. P. Carey School of Business Dean's Patio on ASU's Tempe campus.Tom Story
Kristie Phong, a freshman supply chain management student, gets some one-on-one mentoring from junior Kevin Murphy, her WPC 101 teacher. The class is required for all students in the W. P. Carey School of Business and serves as an introduction to academic success strategies, resources and services available on campus.Tom Story
Allyson Palmer, a freshman nursing major, found a comfortable location in the University Center's Information Commons to work on her laptop. Max Chandler's "Silent Dancing" acrylic on canvas is featured on the wall.Tom Story
Hundreds of middle school students participated in the spirited Arizona FIRST LEGO League 2012 state championship hosted by the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. Fulton Engineering serves as the Arizona operational partner for the annual international competition which aims to engage young students in science and engineering concepts through exciting challenges and team-based problem solving. Learn more at https://asunews.asu.edu/20121204_azfirst_legoleague.Jessica Slater
Lance Rivera-Toledo (left) ponders the mysteries of physics during a study session with Taylor Albright at ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus' University Center. Rivera-Toledo is a senior health policy major and Albright a junior health policy pre-professional student.Tom Story
In the Fletcher Library on ASU's West campus, Robert Tanghal, Michael Madden and Sara Boulds go over previous exams to prepare for their American Foreign Policy final exam. All seniors, Boulds majored in social and behavioral science while Tangal and Madden will receive their degrees in political science.Tom Story
While others studied inside the Fletcher Library, junior communications major Phillip Sanchez enjoyed the mild fall weather as he used flash cards to prepare for his English 352 final.Tom Story
Outside the library on ASU's Polytechnic campus, business majors Staci Roland (left) and Beca Drengson take a break from preparing for their accounting final to register for next semester's classes.Tom Story
Elliot Williams, a senior urban planning and sustainability major from Columbus, Ohio, and Tiffani Wakefield, a senior psychology major from Berkely, Calif., prepare for finals in the Hayden Library group study area.Tom Story
Tutor Ian Welland, a sophomore physics major, guides Perla Verdugo, a junior mechanical engineering student from Seattle, through the problems of Physics 121 as she prepares for her fall final exams.Tom Story
The group study rooms in the Nobel Science Library are filled with students preparing for finals.Tom Story
ASU students line up for Finals Breakfast, where they can enjoy a hearty meal late in the evening to fuel an all-night study session before finals begin. At the Tempe campus, the line ran down the hall and around the corner of the Memorial Union.Tom Story
Ishmyel Meyers, a senior business communication major, adds syrup to his pancakes as others pick up their meals during Finals Breakfast.
During the Finals Breakfast, massages from the Backrub Company were also available to help relieve stress. At right, Alexis Showers works on Wendy Anulo while Sam Winters massages Adria Gutierrez (left).Tom Story