Feb
22
Thu
ASU/IBM Technology Link Blockchain Conference 2018 @ ASU West Campus Building C 2nd floor
Feb 22 @ 8:15 am – 5:00 pm

The ASU Office of Career Services and IBM Technology Link Blockchain Conference 2018

Learn from industry leaders in Blockchain Technology.

Invited to attend: Business & industry, financial, healthcare, IT, manufacturing/operations, supply chain & logistics,  Higher education-colleges of business, science, technology and engineering, STEM Students.

Registration Link: TechLink2018@asurams.edu

Registration ends February 15 (space is limited)

Hotel room block held until February 12, 2018, Meals Provided, Reception from 5-6:30 p.m.

The future is seconds away – change is critical, knowledge leads the future…Learn the technology

Blockchain is a transformational technology that has the potential to create new economic foundations.

Blockchain is a peer to peer network that uses a shared ledger, smart contracts, cryptography, and consensus to create secure and immutable transactions between different organizations.

Blockchain allows businesses to share data and exchange assets quickly and efficiently, and the potential to transform finance, supply chains, healthcare and personal data.

Feb
23
Fri
Men’s Basketball ASU Vs. Tuskegee University @ ASU West Campus Arena
Feb 23 @ 7:00 pm

Single Game

General                                   $8

Non-ASU Students (w/ID)      $5

Youth (5-17)                            $5

Ram Rising Tournament        n/a

Winter Homecoming               n/a

 

 

Doubleheader

General                                        $10

Non-ASU Students (w/ID)            $5

Youth (5-17)                                   $5

Ram Rising Tournament             $10 (per day)

Winter Homecoming                   $15

 

Feb
24
Sat
ASU Office of Admissions Spring Open House @ ASU West Campus Gymnasium
Feb 24 @ 8:00 am
Love Your Heart Free Community Event-Dance for your Heart @ ASU West Campus Student Center
Feb 24 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Dance with Zumba instructors from Studio V-Fit, line dance with DJ Dollar and learn yoga from Sol Power Yoga.

The Anointed ASU Gospel Choir Grand Alumni Concert @ Mt. Zion Baptist Church
Feb 24 @ 5:00 pm

Featuring:

The Anointed ASU Gospel Choir

The Renowned ASU Gospel Choir

The Grand Alumni ASU Gospel Choir

 

Feb
26
Mon
Visual and Performing Arts Faculty and Guest Recital featuring Mimi Noda, Justin Miller and Alexander Reshetnichenko @ Billy C. Black Auditorium
Feb 26 @ 7:30 pm

Faculty and Guest Recital featuring Mimi Noda, piano and the original works of Schubert, Schumann, Kreisler along and transcriptions of these works by Liszt, Rachmaninov, and others. Guest performers include Justin Miller, piano and Alexander Reshetnichenko.

Feb
27
Tue
Strengths in Our Heritage Fashion Show @ ASU East Campus Billy C. Black Auditorium
Feb 27 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Mar
16
Fri
ASU Theatre Ensemble Presents Ruined, by Lynn Nottage @ ASU West Campus Theatre
Mar 16 @ 7:30 pm

Ruined, by Lynn Nottage, takes place in the Democratic Republic of Congo in a rain forest bar and brothel.  The play focuses on the female characters who have learned to metaphorically dance around the male characters to ensure their survival. The cunning leader of the men and the women is the shrewd matriarch Mama Nadi who both profits and exploits all who enter her establishment. The play, which won the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for drama, was commissioned by Chicago’s Goodman Theater, one of the more prominent regional theater companies in the U.S.  This play was written after the playwright’s visit to the Congo, and after her numerous interviews with Congolese women and soldiers affected by the civil war.

Mar
17
Sat
ASU Theatre Ensemble Presents Ruined, by Lynn Nottage @ ASU West Campus Theatre
Mar 17 @ 7:30 pm

Ruined, by Lynn Nottage, takes place in the Democratic Republic of Congo in a rain forest bar and brothel.  The play focuses on the female characters who have learned to metaphorically dance around the male characters to ensure their survival. The cunning leader of the men and the women is the shrewd matriarch Mama Nadi who both profits and exploits all who enter her establishment. The play, which won the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for drama, was commissioned by Chicago’s Goodman Theater, one of the more prominent regional theater companies in the U.S.  This play was written after the playwright’s visit to the Congo, and after her numerous interviews with Congolese women and soldiers affected by the civil war.

Mar
18
Sun
ASU Theatre Ensemble Presents Ruined, by Lynn Nottage @ ASU West Campus Theatre
Mar 18 @ 2:30 pm

Ruined, by Lynn Nottage, takes place in the Democratic Republic of Congo in a rain forest bar and brothel.  The play focuses on the female characters who have learned to metaphorically dance around the male characters to ensure their survival. The cunning leader of the men and the women is the shrewd matriarch Mama Nadi who both profits and exploits all who enter her establishment. The play, which won the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for drama, was commissioned by Chicago’s Goodman Theater, one of the more prominent regional theater companies in the U.S.  This play was written after the playwright’s visit to the Congo, and after her numerous interviews with Congolese women and soldiers affected by the civil war.