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In addition to faculty and staff based in Washington, D.C., many ASU faculty in Arizona are also actively engaged in Washington, D.C. through their research, scholarship and teaching.
These faculty and staff provide their expertise to federal and international agencies, lead federally-funded research for the national academies, contribute to the development of public policy, connect students to national leaders, lead nationwide education initiatives and much more. Read more about their work.
Resources and Services for Faculty and Staff
Temporary Work Space (Hoteling)
The ASU Barrett & O’Connor Washington Center features temporary work space (hoteling desks) for ASU faculty and staff visiting Washington, D.C.
Hoteling desks are located in a quiet office environment offering Wi-Fi, desktop computers, telephones, access to printers and copiers, as well as basic office supplies. More information on how to book a hoteling work space is available here.
Meeting and Event Space
Meeting and event space is available to all ASU faculty and staff for ASU-affiliated functions. Our conference rooms can accommodate groups up to 20 guests and feature video conferencing (including compatibility with Skype and Vidyo), audio conferencing, PowerPoint, Internet and cable TV capabilities.
The Event Pavilion, located on the eighth floor of our facility can accommodate seated functions to 60 and standing receptions to 100.
For more information on room capacities, pictures of the facility and hotel and catering recommendations, see hosting a meeting or event in Washington, D.C.
The University Technology Office has representatives on site to assist with all hoteling and meeting space technology needs.
To make a reservation for a hoteling desk or meeting space, please forward your request to:
Filming on Campus
Filming (which includes photo, motion picture, video recording, or written or spoken statements) requires advance approval by ASU and must comply with the ASU’s filming policy, unless the filming is for personal, noncommercial use.
More information about filming on campus can be found here.
ASU in Washington, D.C. Brochure
Download the ASU Washington DC Brochure
Office of Government and Community Engagement Support Services
The Office of Government and Community Engagement is available to assist ASU faculty and staff with questions related to the federal legislative process. Examples of support services include:
- Engaging Members of the Arizona Congressional Delegation on ASU business (letters of support for a grant, expedited visa processing, help with a federal agency, etc.)
- Submitting federal appropriations requests
- Reviewing legislative text
- Information about visiting the U.S. Capitol
Federal Research Engagement Office Support Services
The Federal Research Engagement Office in Washington, D.C. helps advance ASU as a top-tier research university by increasing information flow between Arizona and Washington. KE staff in D.C. are a resource to ASU faculty and researchers when interfacing with federal agencies and can provide:
- Federal research agency profiles
- Best practices for interfacing with federal agencies and forming productive relationships
- Assistance preparing for a successful meeting with a federal sponsor
- Tips for preparing to host a sponsor site visit
KE may also be able to provide funding for travel to D.C. Learn more.
For assistance, please contact:
Rachel Levinson, Executive Director, Federal Research Engagement Office
Future Tense Network
ASU faculty have the opportunity to express their ideas, share their research findings and engage with others interested in exploring emerging technologies and their transformative effects on society and public policy by participating in the dynamic Future Tense network. Faculty may write articles and blog posts for the Future Tense channel on Slate, and participate in Future Tense events in Washington, D.C. and around the country. Learn more.
Arizona State University Barbara Barrett and Sandra Day O’Connor Washington Center
1800 I Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20006
The Barrett & O’Connor Washington Center is Metro accessible via Farragut West station – 18th Street exit (Blue, Orange and Silver Lines). Upon exiting the station, the facility will be on the corner behind you at 18th Street and I Street.
Farragut North station (Red Line) is also in walking distance – approximately three blocks walk.
Taxi cabs and rideshare options are readily available throughout Washington, DC and will be easy to access when departing from the Barrett & O’Connor Washington Center.
The Barrett & O'Connor Washington Center does not have on-site parking, and street parking is very limited in the Farragut Square neighborhood. If you cannot find a metered spot, the following local parking garages are recommended (please check directly with parking operator for updated hours and rates):
Colonial Parking – 1775 I Street, NW
Open Monday thru Thursday, 6:30AM to 8:00PM
Friday, 6:30AM to 10:00PM
Farragut Center Parking – 1725 I Street, NW
Open Monday thru Friday, 7:00AM to 10:00PM
PMI – 1722 I Street, NW
Open Monday thru Friday, 7:00AM to 7:00PM
Penn Parking – 1801 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW (access via 18th Street)
Open Monday thru Thursday, 7:00AM to 9:00PM
Friday and Saturday, 7:00AM to 11:00PM
Sunday, 10:00AM to 7:00PM
ASU has negotiated reduced rates with two local hotels. Discounted rates are available, as hotel capacity and city activity allows, through the hyperlink below.
Hotel Lombardy (book your preferred ASU rate here)
2019 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20006
Three blocks from the Washington Center.
Yours Truly DC (book your preferred ASU rate here)
1143 New Hampshire Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20006
15 min walk to the Washington Center.