October 07, 2015

More ASU News


International humanities showcased at ASU's Night of the Open Door

ASU's School of International Letters and Cultures will showcase its dynamic international humanities program during Night of the Open Door, March 2.


Diversity | Humanities:  Director of Center for the Study of Race and Democracy looks at 'Age of Obama'

Matthew Whitaker, founding director for the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy, examines the "Age of Obama" in an op-ed piece for the Arizona Republic.


Research | Innovation / Entrepreneurship | News coverage:  ASU startup creates metabolism-tracking device

Forbes writer John Nosta examines Breezing, a new startup based on technology developed by ASU researchers.


ASU News:  Tillman Center highlighted for work with vets

Once they're done serving, writes Lindsey Reiser, many in the military will want to return to school – but how do they re-enter the academic world successfully after their service?


Sustainability | News coverage | Life Science:  Saving phosphorus, a salvage job

With fertilizer prices skyrocketing, scientists scramble to recover phosphorus from waste.


Public service | News coverage:  ASU professor discusses research on parental bereavement

Assistant professor Joanne Cacciatore was interviewed by suburban Chicago's Daily Herald regarding her research on child death in families and the benefits of a proposed legislation regarding unpaid leave for parents.


Arts / Culture | Community | Social Science:  Rock Art Center reaches out to community

ASU's Deer Valley Rock Art Center draws tourists from around the globe but is still something of a secret to locals.


Sustainability | University | Sustainability @ ASU | News coverage:  ASU commits to zero waste challenge with people power

GreenBiz.com shares how ASU's zero waste commitment can translate into the business world.


Research | Business | Innovation / Entrepreneurship | News coverage:  ASU tech-transfer nonprofit has 'home run' potential

Translating research into real-world impact, Arizona Technology Enterprises had a banner year in 2012.


News coverage | Social Science:  Ancient mass human sacrifice is unique, unexpected

Archaeologists in central Mexico have unearthed roughly 150 human skulls, indicating a mass human sacrifice at an unexpected scene.