February 27, 2015

Business, Culture & Affairs

02/06/15

Neuroscientist to present views on religion, conflict at ASU lecture

David Eagleman, accomplished neuroscientist and best-selling writer, will discuss "Neuroscience and the Religious Imagination" at a free public lecture.

02/06/15

ASU invites community to help redesign the future at Emerge 2015

ASU's Emerge 2015 will showcase its radically new visions of the future on March 6 at the SkySong Innovation Center in Scottsdale.

02/05/15

Event aims to empower women through body acceptance

The stage at Galvin Playhouse will turn into a runway this Friday with the fifth Sun Devils Wear Prada event. But it's more than just a fashion show; the club of the same name worked with an ASU psychologist to show how beauty is not just skin deep.

02/05/15

Carillon composition contest now open to ASU students

The ASU Carillon Society has opened its second annual Carillon Composition Competition and invites ASU students to submit new works for ASU's Symphonic Carillon.

02/04/15

Project Humanities director touted as 'Invisible Hero'

Neal Lester, founding director of ASU's Project Humanities and Foundation Professor of English, was presented with the 2015 Invisible Heroes' "UMOJA" Award Feb. 3.

02/04/15

Arizona Republic journalist to head business reporting bureau at ASU

Veteran Arizona journalist Christina Leonard has been named founding director of an innovative business reporting program at Arizona State University's Cronkite School.

02/04/15

ASU students find income, education affect calorie menu use

Which customers notice and use calorie menu labels to make healthier choices depends on their income and education level.

02/03/15

ASU professor responds to controversial ad about child death

Joanne Cacciatore, a professor in ASU's School of Social Work and a woman who lost a child at birth, is someone who is uniquely qualified to comment on the subject of child death.

02/03/15

New education degrees keep pace with today's school needs

Three new master's degree programs offered in ASU's Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College are aiming to prepare educators with the updated skills necessary to excel in today's increasingly complex teaching and learning environments.

02/03/15

International journalists to share global experiences in speaker series

ASU's Cronkite School this week kicks off its annual "Cronkite Global Conversations" speaker series, featuring international journalists' firsthand accounts from some of journalism's most dangerous frontiers.