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- ASU Sync Fall 2020
- ASU Sync Course Checklist
- ASU Sync for Faculty website
- ASU Sync for Faculty FAQ website
- ASU Sync for Students website
- ASU Health Check webpage
Having ASU Sync Issues in the classroom (video, audio, Zoom)?
ASU Classroom Support: 1-855-278-5080 (prompt 2)
The Classroom Support representatives will troubleshoot with you over the phone. This number is posted in all university classrooms.
Still having issues?
CISA Classroom Support: 602-496-4000
We have trained CISA staff and student workers on each campus who can be dispatched to your classroom to assist with troubleshooting and also with escalating the issue.
Sync Classroom Faculty Experience
- Register now for classroom in-person and virtual events.
- ASU has signed a new agreement with iClicker (student response system)
- ASU + iClicker resource page
- Recorded iClicker orientation
- Create your account and then attend an orientation
- iClicker support at ASU - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Live Transcription Beta, a work-in-progress feature that will automatically transcribe conversations as you have them, is enabled on all ASU Zoom accounts but has not yet been released to the public. ASU Knowledge Base article.
- Please update to Zoom version: 5.2.0
1. Submit your daily health check via mobile app, web, or phone, even if you are working remotely.
2. Share positive COVID-19 test results with ASU to access support and to send alerts to people you may have been in contact with.
3. Share your on-campus location for exposure management.
FAQs about the Daily Health Check.
ASU employees currently working on campus may register to be tested for COVID-19. If you feel sick, you only may be tested in a drive-thru.
Bring your ASU ID card and the QR code you received after completing your test appointment.
Do you have family members or friends who would like to receive a COVID-19 saliva test?
ASU has partnered with the Arizona Department of Health Services to provide free drive-thru COVID-19 testing at sites around the Valley and the state. The tests are available to anyone by appointment only. ASU tests provide results within approximately 48 hours.
Visit AZhealth.gov to learn more and schedule an appointment. For questions, please contact the hotline at 480-884-1900.
Please spread the word and help save lives in Arizona!
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Apply for 2020-2021 CISA Awards, Grants
Faculty and staff are invited to attend a workshop on Oct. 28, 2020, from 2-3 p.m. to learn about current CISA Awards and Grants. Several new awards have been established for both faculty and staff!
Applications are due to Dropbox by Dec. 20, 2020. Award and grant recipients will be honored at the spring 2021 All College Meeting.
Questions? Talk with any CISA Awards Committee member:
Wendy Williams, chair, Wendy.R.Williams@asu.edu
Fall 2019 CISA enrollment (official 21st day of instruction totals)
Campus Immersion: 3,734/-4.2%
Tempe Immersion: 2,134/-9.4%
Poly Immersion: 1,337/+8.1%
Downtown Phoenix Immersion: 263/-14.1%
CISA enrollments @ remote sites, some of which are just now launching:
@GilaValley = 23, @Lake Havasua = 11, @Yuma = 4, @Pinal = 4, @Cochise = 1, @Pima = 1
Thank you for all you are doing for students!
- Thank you for your part in CISA’s growth in enrollment, especially at Poly. We’re surpassing critical goals!
- Thank you for working to grow our portfolio of funded research and philanthropic gifts, which will help our colleges to further thrive and realize our bigger dreams.
- Most of all, thank you for all you do to support students, putting CISA out in front in helping ASU live up to its charter! Whether it be in your commitment to teaching or student success or creating a campus climate nurturing to all; or in bringing to life new degree programs and professional development opportunities that are meeting students’ needs in leading-edge ways; or supporting blue-ribbon residential communities for our students.
Past Highlights from Insider News
At the beginning of each term, I ask my students to give examples of a resource. They typically say things like money, buildings, and cars. Then, I ask them to tell me what they value. Their answers change dramatically. They talk about family, friends, relationships, and their emotional and physical well-being. When they realize the discrepancy between what they think is valuable and how they defined resource, many are shocked.
In business, we experience this same disconnect. Read More.
Brooks Simpson breaks down past divided congresses and what that could mean for this legislative session in The Conversation.
The new Congress and the history of governing by a house divided. Read More.
Congratulations to associate professor Ashley Randall on being selected for winter fellowship to Israel!
Randall, who is director of training in the Counseling and Counseling Psychology program and does innovative research into couples’ regulation of emotion in interpersonal relationships, will travel throughout Israel from Dec. 26 to Jan. 8, meeting Israeli professors who have similar research interests, with the goal of developing collaborations, research projects and co-authored articles, and establishing exchange programs between faculty and students. The fellowship, which more than 250 have already taken part in, is a fully paid intensive program for full-time U.S.-based academics.
Ashley Randall's book available as e-book or download
Associate professor of counseling and counseling psychology Ashley Randall's recent book "Interpersonal Emotion Dynamics in Close Relationships" is now available to read online or to download. It was published in August 2018 by Cambridge University Press.
The View from a Hover
A Look Back at Three Decades of Helicopter Flying
Dick Boulais, helicopter pilot, will be presenting a blend of design history, aerodynamics and mechanics, and a few of his personal helicopter experiences Thursday from 3-4:30 p.m. Don't miss it!
Contemporary Perspectives on Cognition and Writing explores the historical context of cognitive studies, the importance to our field of studies in neuroscience, the applicability of habits of mind, and the role of cognition in literate development and transfer.
The Boyce Thompson Arboretum near Superior is hosting an all-female Learn Your Lizards guided walk with Arizona State professor Heather Bateman and Audrey Owens of the Arizona Game and Fish Department leading the way.
This event begins at 8 a.m. Sunday, July 8 and will last for two hours. The cost is that of daily admission into the arboretum, meaning $12.50 for adults, $5 for children ages 5-12 and free for annual members and Arizona State Parks pass-holders, a press release states. Read more.
The Aviation Speaker Series at ASU's Polytechnic campus presents
A Passion for Flight
Flying, racing, aerobatics and the pursuit to pilot the most iconic fighters of the WWII and Korean War eras. Mike Pfleger will discuss the thrills of flying some of the USA’s most iconic military aircraft: the P-51 Mustang, F4U Corsair, FM-2 Wildcat, F-86 Sabre, MiG-15 and the T-33. Pfleger has also accumulated more than 1,000 hours flying the North American T-6, doing formation flying, aerobatics and air racing.
Friday, Nov. 17, 2017 | 2 - 2:30 p.m.
ASU Polytechnic Campus
Peralta Hall, Room 301
7001 E Williams Field Rd, Mesa, Ariz.
Every year, roughly 100 best-selling authors, poets and illustrators and thousands of avid readers converge on the nation’s capital for readings, panel discussions and book signings. This year, three ASU professors — two from ASU’s College of Integrative Sciences and Arts — and an ASU alum will be among them.
Monuments, Memory, and Meaning
Monuments commemorating historical ﬁgures have become a source of controversy among Americans today. Some historical monuments from the past stir emotions among people for different reasons. While some believe the people commemorated do not represent American values, and thus the monuments should be removed, others believe removing them is an attempt to erase history, and bows to current fashionable trends that may prove transient. Three scholars will explore these controversial debates and their implications, including the interrelationship of the present and the past. Panelists include the following scholars from the ASU College of Integrative Sciences and Arts:
Vanessa Fonseca, Assistant Professor, CISA: "Juan de Oñate and the Vestiges of Colonial Power in the U.S. Southwest"
Brooks D. Simpson, ASU Foundation Professor of History, CISA: "Confederate Monuments, Then and Now"
Moderator: Eric Nystrom, Co-director, ASU Public History/Associate Professor of History, CISA
Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017 | 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
1300 N. College Ave. | Tempe, Ariz. | 480-929-0292 email@example.com
Maureen Roen wins Writer of the Year Award
For the sixth year, the ASU English Department is recognizing a hard-working staff writer at ASU who deserves public recognition with its 2017 ASU "Behind-the-Scenes Writer of the Year” Award. This year it's Maureen Roen!
The Creative Services team nominated Maureen for all of the hard work she does for Integrative Sciences and Arts and University College. Maureen creates content for promotional materials, news stories, reports and presentations, and is always available to help edit others work. She is a true team player.
Maureen received her award at a small ceremony on Friday, Oct. 20, at the National Day of Writing tent outside of the Memorial Union on the Tempe campus.
Completing an ambitious road trip in an electric vehicle may worry some people, but for Martinson, it’s another way to live his values. Martinson is a recent graduate of the ASU School of Sustainability’s Executive Master of Sustainability Leadership program, and he’s also the school’s alumni board president. Before he graduated from the school, Martinson co-owned the successful China Mist Tea Company for 34 years. He believes in natural capitalism, which is a business model that takes into account the value of earth’s natural resources and ecosystems. Read More.
Elizabeth Castillo: How the Nonprofit Sector Can Help Save Capitalism from Itself
While the 2016 U.S. presidential election surprised many people, there is one person, if he were still alive, who would not blink an eye that Trump—the corporate magnate—won. Economist Karl Polanyi (1886–1964) studied the evolution of capitalism. His 1944 book The Great Transformation argued that the market and the state (business and government) increasingly work together to advance their mutual self-interest, often at the expense of the people. This is because the market, rather than being truly “free,” requires legislative policies to support it. Examples include legal enforcement of contracts, private property rights, and labor policies to influence wages ...