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Welcome Students!

We are pleased to offer all ASU students free seats for our public events, award and scholarship opportunities, an online Origins Education Portal, chances to volunteer, and more! To see and hear from some of the biggest names in science and culture, including Noam Chomsky, Johnny Depp, Jennifer Finney Boylan, Neil DeGrasse Tyson, and our very own Origins director Lawrence Krauss and ASU president Michael Crow, among many others, we strongly encourage you to check out our Origins YouTube channel.

Get your free tickets now!

Join us for the Origins Dialogue: Stepping Back from the Brink - A Discussion of National Security with former U.S. Secretary of Defense William J. Perry on February 16 at 7:00 pm at the Tempe Center for the Arts. ASU students are also invited to a students-only pizza party from 5:30-6:45 pm (MST) on the Tempe Center for the Arts patio. Bring your student I.D. and be sure to get points through your Sun Devil Rewards app for attending! Visit our Event Page for more information.

Apply for scholarships

From December 4, 2017 to March 1, 2018, we are accepting applications for the Norman K. Perrill Origins Scholarship and the Undergraduate Research Award from qualified ASU students. To learn more about these excellent opportunities, please visit our Awards & Scholarships Page.

Volunteer or work with us

Would you like to get involved in the Origins Project as an ASU student? We are always in need of student volunteers and potential student workers. If you are interested in these opportunities, please contact Origins Project Program Manager Alyssa Roby at Alyssa.Roby@asu.edu.

Attend events

Don't miss out on the student exclusive pizza receptions, where you have the opportunity to mix and mingle with fellow students before each of our stimulating events. Explore our upcoming events to secure your tickets. More events will be added soon for the 2017-2018 academic year. Want to find out about updates directly? Sign up for our mailing list by filling out the form below.

 


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