Any lecture available on the website at http://engineering.asu.edu/adventure/video. Videos from the 2013–2014 and 2014–2015 academic years’ freshman lecture series are available here.
On September 24 at 7 p.m., Dr. William Carroll, a former president of the American Chemical Society, will deliver a presentation titled “Where Everything Comes From Industrial Chemistry 101” at Mesa Community College. The level of this lecture will be adequately basic, thus it is strongly advised. Visit https://www.mesacc.edu/calendars#/?i=1 for further details.
Any TECHNICAL Seminar offered by any of the scientific or engineering departments or institutions on the ASU campus that is not career- or skill-oriented. (If you’re not sure if it counts as a seminar, post a question on the ASU-101 Discussion Board. Post the title and supporting department, please.)
WHEN must the lectures/seminars have been finished?
BY MIDNIGHT ON NOVEMBER 25, 2015.
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Yes, you must write a one-page (double-spaced) summary of each of the two seminars or presentations and publish it using the SafeAssign link below. Send a document with the name “lname_Summary1.docx” (or “lname_Summary2.docx”) in Microsoft Word. where your last name is “lname”. the following in your submission:
the speaker’s name, the lecture’s date, and its title.
a succinct overview of the lecture’s main themes.
What did you discover? What caught your attention the most?
What implications did the lecture have for your own interests and future plans?