ASA Research Symposium
The 2015 ASA Research Symposium was Saturday, November 21.
The symposium is open to faculty, professionals, and students from any discipline or university.
This year we will also have call for panels and workshop proposals to provide opportunities for students, researchers and practitioners to discuss current and emerging areas related to Applied Sciences and Arts.
Michio Kaku takes Salukis to the future
Michio Kaku, well-known physicist and co-founder of the String Theory, spoke at a press conference April 22nd, 2015 in the Student Services Building. One of the topics he explored is human consciousness one day being able to be uploaded to a computer. Kaku feels the advancement in technology will ultimately aid people into a more progressive way of life. Uploading and sharing the human consciousness would serve as a learning lesson by allowing individuals to share experiences with each other.