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MIR End of Year Celebration

We are proud to end the inaugural year of the Mirabella at ASU Musician-in-Residence Program. The MIRs put together a concert celebration to mark the end of Cohort 1, and it was a great turnout from the community.

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Discover Campus Makerspaces

The makerspace at the Hayden Library and also the Fabrication Lab (The “FabLab”) within the Arts, Media and Engineering school are both amenities to which Mirabella at ASU residents have access as a part of their affiliate membership in the ASU community.

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Leading Age Award

On May 20th, Mirabella at ASU was awarded a Leading Age Innovative Award at the Arizona LeadingAge Conference. Mirabella at ASU accepted the award at a special ceremony at the conference. The leadership team at Mirabella at ASU— Jared Dhaenens, Lindsey Beagley, Darla Esnard, and Michael Great—also presented at the conference by sharing information on how Mirabella at ASU has integrated programming, shared space, and facilitated university partnership.

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Andrew Carle’s Visit to Mirabella at ASU

When President Michael Crow hatched the idea of a retirement community on ASU’s campus to demonstrate ASU’s commitment to supporting learning through a lifetime, he assigned University Realty (a subsidiary of ASU Enterprise Partners) to explore the idea.

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Lindsey Beagley

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Lindsey Beagley is the Director of Lifelong University Engagement for Mirabella at ASU and leads the vision for Mirabella’s full immersion into the ASU campus community. This includes designing new programs to promote intergenerational connections, purpose-driven engagement experiences, and lifelong learning.

Lindsey is a native Phoenician and lifelong Sun Devil having grown up around ASU’s campuses where her father has served on the faculty for the last 25 years. She earned a BA (Spanish), BS (Psychology) and a Master of Public Administration from ASU. As an undergraduate, she worked as a strategic research analyst for President Crow’s New American University model, and a decade later returned as a University Innovation Fellow experimenting with ways to blur the traditional bounds of the university and the community it serves.

In 2021, Lindsey was awarded Phoenix Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 award and is passionate about connecting generations and innovating the future of university-based retirement living.