Event coming soon highlighting an ASU alumnus who served in the Peace Corps in Thailand.
This clothing drive ends in only a few days! Donate your clothes to help stop domestic violence!
ASU’s fourth annual Human Rights Film Festival is the biggest yet, with 11 films scheduled over three days, including three Oscar-nominated titles.
Films are followed by Q&A sessions with subject experts and a number of the films’ directors. The festival, held in Armstrong Hall on the ASU Tempe campus, is free and open to all.
RSVP at https://tinyurl.com/hrff2014 to help us plan for room sizes and refreshments!
Thursday, March 20th, 12 PM - 6:30 PM and Friday, March 21st, 9 AM - 4:15 PM
Are you a designer or developer with a passion for social change? Apply now to participate in the Clinton Foundation’s Codeathon, brought to you by Microsoft YouthSpark, at CGI U 2014 at Arizona State University (ASU)!
Building upon the powerful intersection of technology and social impact, the Codeathon aims to spur innovation in the technology space and increase the scope, reach, and impact of CGI U’s Commitments to Action (click here to learn more about the CGI U Commitment to Action model). The Codeathon challenges developers and designers to build unique digital prototypes inspired by CGI U Commitments to Action in the following areas:
Over the course of two days, developers and designers will work in teams or as individuals to create new digital prototypes focused on these three key areas. The Codeathon will culminate with a presentation to a panel of expert judges working in the fields of technology and social innovation.
To participate in the Codeathon:
The Pitchfork Awards will occur on Thursday, April 3 at the Orpheum Theatre. This year, we are excited to announce the opportunity for ASU students, faculty and staff to vote on finalists for three of the awards categories. Now until midnight on March 20, individuals can cast their electronic votes for Best Recurring Program, Outstanding Student Organization, and the Individual Winner for the Sun Devil Spirit Award. Be sure to cast your vote! All other finalists, and all winners, will be announced at the event on April 3.
Do good in your local community with Service-Learning Courses!
Make a difference while earning 3 credits (General Studies C & L).
Oxfam America is now accepting applications for its national student leadership program for rising college sophomores and juniors. CHANGE Leaders are exposed to the international development issues that inform Oxfam’s work, and apply their skills and creativity to run Oxfam campaigns on campus. Selected students participate in a week-long training in Boston, July 19-25, 2014, which is organized and paid for by Oxfam. Students then work with Oxfam on campus during the 2014-15 academic year and join or form an Oxfam Club to implement an Oxfam campaign on campus.
Applications are due April 1, 2014. Learn more about the CHANGE Initiative and read the FAQ at: http://www.oxfamamerica.org/change.
Students should apply online at: http://oo.oxfamamerica.org/change/index.php/register/.