I am honored to have had the opportunity to work with many amazing people on this project, especially Alison, who took my dream for this book and made it into a beautiful reality through her artwork. I want to see the joy that science brings me instilled in. The art is littered with various animals and plants native to Australia, and there’s a glossary that introduces them all in a way children can understand. Professor Ira Ellman’s article titled, “Lay Intuitions About Child Support and Marital Status,” recently was published in Children and Family Law Quarterly. I wrote a general lesson plan that could be adapted to any part of the book, as well as a specific example. The ASU Alumni team helps alumni stay connected to ASU, As an ASU alum, you have lifetime access to. The diverse skills and talents of the printmaking faculty complement each other and provide students with a multitude of possibilities to develop individual studio practices. ASU and the Phoenix community welcomed the 2016 Mandela Washington Fellows at an opening ceremony. The story features three characters — a Unicorn, Mermaid and Monster — on “a magical journey... celebrating kindness and embracing unlikely friends.”, “I’m very excited about this! Public Service and Graduating Arizona State University seniors Annmarie Barton and Alison Lane worked together on their Barrett, The Honors College creative project to write and publish "The Scientist in Me," a children’s “scientific notebook” that explores the lives and specialties of five scientists from historically underrepresented backgrounds. Heather.Beshears@asu.edu. Today, Nancy says her husband is well enough to rake leaves in their yard, and she is reorganizing shelves. About Us. We thought, if we washed our hands and wiped everything, we’d be safe,” said Nancy, a former development director at Mesa Arts Center. Karla Moeller, a postdoctoral scholar with the Center for Evolution and Medicine, decided to write a children's book after first writing for a younger audience on ASU's Ask a Biologist. “We’re encouraging faculty to do ‘Party Line takeovers,’ where they can talk about things such as mindfulness, resilience and online shopping. Abby Baker, program coordinator, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Arizona State University. Public Service and The Joan Flasch Artists' Book Collection is housed in its own study room within the John M. Flaxman Library and allows for a selective yet broad overview of the field. OLLI at ASU will be announcing a wide array of summer 2020 class offerings on its website at 9 a.m. Wednesday, May 6. The article was co-written by ASU psychology professor Sanford Braver. When you graduate from ASU you have the option to continue using your ASU email account. OLLI at ASU has updated its website to reflect the many recent innovative pivots it has made to shift from in-person activities to virtual connections. Working closely with the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational Affairs and its implementing partner, IREX, host institutions have designed academic programs that will challenge and empower these inspiring young leaders from Africa.