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Presented by Dr. Cady Coleman, Astronaut, Scientist, Musician, Explorer, Mom. Cady has joined ASU as the Global Explorer in Residence for our Interplanetary Initiative and is also a part-time Professor of the Practice in the School of Earth and Space Exploration. She flew twice on the Space Shuttle and lived on the International Space Station for 6 months. Cady uses the compelling background of her space missions to showcase valuable lessons that are essential to solving present and future challenges. With extraordinary photos and videos from space, she shares her perspective on how everyone can bring their best to the table, as well as how they can bring out the best in others on their teams.
For more information, please visit: https://interplanetary.asu.edu/lessons-space-lead-straight-back-earth
Live Stream: https://asunow.asu.edu/asulive2
The Earth & Space Open House is a free activity organized by the School's graduate students. Occurring several times each academic year, Open Houses feature informal public talks, telescope viewing, and other exciting activities. Visitors of all ages are welcome and can talk to the School's experts on topics such as astrobiology, cosmology, the Earth and planets, robotics, and space exploration. The Open Houses are held in ISTB4 on the Tempe campus.
The New Discoveries Lecture Series is designed to bring the exciting scientific work of the School's researchers to the general public in a series of informative and up-to-date evening lectures. Each will be given by a member of the School's faculty. Lectures are presented in the Marston Exploration Theater in ISTB4 on the Tempe campus, and are free and open to the public.
Once a year, ASU throws open its doors to the community, so everyone can experience the university first hand. At the School we encourage visitors to participate in hands-on activities and to talk to students, faculty, and staff about space exploration, volcanoes, drones, and robots. Children of all ages can let their imaginations run wild.
Earth and Space Exploration Day is a free one-day event hosted by the School every fall. It is held inside and outside ISTB4 on the Tempe campus. Scientists and students bring to life its research through innovative hands-on activities. The School's research involves all continents on Earth, and extends to the Moon, Mars, Mercury, and beyond. It's great fun for students (age five and up), families, educators, and anyone interested in exploring Earth and space.