The School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership hosts many events that are available only to current Arizona State University students. These might include intimate lunch-and-learn-type events with our lecture series speakers, lectures with visiting scholars or public figures visiting the school.
Some of these events might be specifically for civic and economic thought and leadership major or minor students. If you have any questions about an event, please email us here.
Are you considering law school and wondering how a SCETL education prepares you for a future in the legal profession? Are you hoping to combine public service and law?
Join us for an informal conversation with:
- Elana Quint (3L at Georgetown Law and SCETL alumna)
- Hannah Carrese (3L at Yale Law)
- Professor Emily Rap (attorney and legal historian)
They will share their experiences in law school, the value of their liberal education, and the role of public service in the legal profession.
Professor Susan Carrese will moderate the discussion, which is part of Professor Carrese’s SCETL internship course CEL 484, but is open to all students. Light refreshments will be served.
You rocked the semester. Now come celebrate with us.
An evening of well-deserved recognition of SCETL students' hard work.
Celebrate the end of the 2022 academic year with SCETL. We will recognize all our amazing graduates and award winners. Come toast your accomplishments with SCETL faculty, staff and students. Even better: Bring your parents or your besties. We encourage each new SCETL grad to bring two guests. Light refreshments will be served.
Date: Monday, April 25 at 5 p.m.
Location: West Hall 135 and The Secret Garden (1000 Cady Mall, Tempe, AZ 85281)
Civic Awareness Award
The School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership has launched a new program for ASU students to earn recognition for attending events hosted by the school and its two centers. To learn more about the Civic Awareness Award, click here.