For many young people, the American Dream seems increasingly out of reach. The Southwest Pathways Conference at ASU will bring together national and regional experts to explore solutions to this massive challenge.
University presidents, faculty, international leaders and experts convened at ASU to discuss the role that higher education and research institutions play in advancing quality of life, sustainability and economic development in the Arizona-Sonora region.
Open-access imagery is changing the face of archaeology, and that may not be a good thing. The May issue of Discover magazine takes a look at this phenomenon and enlists the expertise of an ASU archaeologist to help size up the problem.
Two Arizona State University criminology and criminal justice professors are the primary authors of a new online tool kit for police departments nationwide to implement the use of body-worn video cameras.
Using the very tools that often keep children indoors, an ASU student team created a fantasy-sports gaming website and app with perks earned by exercise – one of three winning teams in a university-wide competition aimed at tackling obesity in children.
As the only student graduating from ASU's interdisciplinary digital media and performance program this year, Matthew Ragan has explored uncharted territory at the intersection of live performance and interactive design.
As she receives her master's degree in urban and environmental planning this semester, Stephanie Watney has not only been a top graduate student but has made professional-level contributions to several planning initiatives.
Barry Bozeman was the first in his family to go to college. Today, he is one of the nation's leading scholars in public administration in the School of Public Affairs, part of ASU's College of Public Service and Community Solutions.