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Barrett Downtown Fall 2010 Event Calendar

Barrett Downtown Fall 2010 Event Calendar

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 AUGUST
 
Monday, 16thBarrett Downtown Grand Opening
Join us as we celebrate the opening of 
Barrett Downtown’s new office space
 AND announce our Spring Semester Survey Grand PrizeWinner! Stop by to see our new digs, mingle with theBarrett Deans, and enjoy delicious appetizers.(4 to 6 p.m., UCENT Suite 166)
Tuesday, 17thBarrett Fall Assembly
New to Barrett? Don’t miss this signature Fall event:
Barrett Downtown students will meet in the Taylor PlaceLounge at 8:30 a.m. and take the light rail to Tempetogether. (9:30 a.m. to noon, Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium at ASU Tempe)
Thursday, 19thBarrett Advising Open House
Stop by to speak with an honors advisor and askany last-minute questions. To schedule an appointmentwith your advisor, e-mail Jill.Johnson@asu.edu
 
, or call602-496-0557. (9 to 11 a.m. & 1 to 4 p.m., BarrettOffices: UCENT Suite 166)
Thursday, 26thBarrett Chronicle Info Session
Interested in writing for the Barrett Chronicle? Stop bythe Barrett offices to learn more about how you can getinvolved. (6 p.m., Barrett Conference Room: UCENTSuite 166D)
Tuesday, 31stBarrett Downtown Honors Contract Workshop
Not sure how to submit an honors contract online? Stopby anytime this afternoon to get help. (1 to 5 p.m., BarrettStudent Work Space: UCENT Suite 166)
SEPTEMBER 
 
Wednesday, 1stBarrett Chronicle Info Session
Interested in writing for the Barrett Chronicle? Stop bythe Barrett offices to learn more about how you can getinvolved. (5 p.m., Barrett Conference Room)
Application Deadline for Barrett Student Art Exhibit
Want to showcase your artistic talents? E-mailJennifer.Kitson@asu.edu for an application to befeatured in our Barrett Student Art Exhibit Downtown.
Friday, 3rdBarrett Downtown Peer Mentor Mixer 
 All new Barrett students: meet your peer mentor! Afterward, join us for Barrett Explores Phoenix FirstFridays
(details below)
. (5 p.m., Barrett Offices)
Barrett Explores Phoenix First Fridays
 
Walk down to the Roosevelt Row galleries and shops to
enjoy the nation’s premiere art walk. (6 p.m., Meet in the
Barrett Offices)
Tuesday, 7th
BLAST’D General Member Meeting
 
Want to get more involved with Barrett Downtown? Find
out how during the first BLAST’D meeting of the Fall
semester. (6 p.m., UCENT 262)
Barrett Downtown FALL 2010 Events
 
BARRETT DOWNTOWNSTUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
BLAST’D
: BarrettLeadership And ServiceTeam Downtown
BLAST’D members organize
social events, volunteeropportunities, connect withthe community, develop leadership skills,and serve Barrett Downtown. The organiza-tion holds General Member Meetings the firstTuesday of every month in UCENT 262. Stopby to get involved! For information, e-mail
our BLAST’D President at
Dustin.Volz@asu.edu.
SEPTEMBER 
(cont’d) 
 
Friday, 10th
 
Barrett Light Rail Party!
This is a night you won’t want to
miss! Barrett on all four campusesinvites you to participate in ascavenger hunt along METRO Light Rail.Winning team gets a killer prize package
stay tuned tothe Barrett Downtown Digest for details. (Festivities
start at 4 p.m. on ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus.)
 
Tuesday, 13thNational Scholarship Info Session
Learn how to prepare and compete for national andinternational awards, including the Rhodes, Truman,Fulbright and Marshall scholarship programs. Separatesessions will be held for lower & upper division students.Sponsored by ONSA (Office of National Scholarship Advisement).
 
(4-5 p.m., Lower Division: UCENT 211 &Upper Division: UCENT 259)
 Thursday, 16thFaculty-Student Connections Event #1
Come chat with Barrett faculty over dinner 
—we’ll order 
food from a local Downtown Phoenix restaurant and haveit delivered to our office. (5:30 p.m., Barrett Offices)
Friday, 17thThesis Prep Series, Session I: Getting Started
Get a general overview of the thesis process and learnhow to start brainstorming project topics. Walk-inswelcome. (1:30 to 3 p.m., UCENT 271)
Tuesday, 21stCronkite-Barrett Student Reception
Mingle with Cronkite deans and faculty while learningmore about the BA/MMC and other opportunitiesavailable to Barrett students. (4:30 to 6 p.m., First Amendment Forum: Cronkite Building, Second Floor)
Downtown Phoenix Book Club Meeting
Love to read? Come find out what the book club hasplanned this fall during its first meeting of the year.(4 p.m., Barrett Offices)
 Friday, 24thThesis Prep Series, Session II:Investigating Your Topic
Learn how to develop a Background, Literature Reviewand Annotated Bibliography. Walk-ins welcome. (1:30 to3 p.m., UCENT 271)
Friday, 24th
Saturday, 25thASU Family Weekend
Invite your families to join us for ASU’s Family Weekend
activities. (More details to come).
 
DOWNTOWN HONORS DEVILS
 Student Recruiting Team
Honors Devils serve as ambassadors of theBarrett Downtown program,assisting with on-campus Barrettrecruitment activities.Want to get involved?E-mail Jill.Johnson@asu.edu.
DOWNTOWN DEAN’S ADVISORY COUNCIL
:
The Dean’s Advisory Council is a committee
of Barrett students who serve as representa-tives of their peers to offer valuable feed-back about the Barrett Downtown programto Associate Dean Peck. The Council meetstwo times per semester. For information, orto request an application, e-mailJennifer.Kitson@asu.edu.
BHCANS: Barrett Honors College Associa-tion of Nontraditional Students
BHCANS addresses the unique needs andinterests of the non-traditional honors col-lege student (age 25+ or students returningafter a 2-year gap in enrollment). Meetingsoccur bi-monthly at the Tempe campus.For information, e-mail the DowntownBHCANS representative atChevas.Samuels@asu.edu.
Your guide to what’s happening in Barrett, The Honors College at the ASU Downtown Phoenix campus
 
DOWNTOWN PHOENIX BOOK CLUB
This club offers students the opportunity toshare their love of reading. The club meetson the third Tuesday of every month. Thefirst Fall meeting will be held at 4 p.m.Tuesday, Sept. 21, in the Barrett Downtownoffices (UCENT Suite 166). E-mailMichael.Contreras@asu.edu for more details.
“B
-TOWN, D-
TOWN” Barrett ResCollege
 
Students living in the Taylor Place BarrettResidential College (11th Floor) have anentire series of events and activities plannedfor them by their Residential College StudentLeader (Dustin Volz) and Resi-dential Peer Mentors. Detailscan be found on Facebook or bye-mailing Dustin.Volz@asu.edu.
Barrett Student Art Exhibit
 
Open to Barrett students on ALL FOUR campuses!
With 2 installations per year (Fall & Spring), this exhibit spaceis located on the ground floor of UCENT along the northhallway. Check out artwork from fellow Barrett students, andconsider submitting work of your own! Apply by
Wednesday,Sept. 1, 2010
, to be part of the Fall 2010 installation. E-mailJennifer.Kitson@asu.edu with questions or for information.
 

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