May 23, 2015

More ASU News


Journalism:  Downie weighs in on Intelligence Authorization Act

The Washington Post recently published an opinion piece by ASU journalism professor Leonard Downie, Jr., who writes that a new Senate bill on intelligence leaks is a bad idea.


Law:  Hodge comments on menu calorie counts, consumer choices

Professor James G. Hodge Jr. was interviewed for an article on by staff writer Shari Roan on Nov. 27.


Law:  Kramer comments on background check errors

Zachary Kramer, associate dean for Intellectual Life at the College of Law, was quoted in an article in The Arizona Republic by Josh Brodesky on Nov. 20, titled "Background checks prone to mistakes."


Law:  Chodorow quoted in story on bible, taxation

Adam Chodorow, associate dean for Innovative Ventures at the College of Law, was interviewed on CNN Radio on Saturday, Dec. 3, in a segment about the Bible and taxation titled, "WWJD……about taxes."


Law:  Chodorow comments on 'rise of zombies'

Adam Chodorow, associate dean for Innovative Ventures at the College of Law was interviewed by BBC Scotland in a story titled, "Everybody’s shuffling: Rise of zombies in modern life."


Faculty and Staff | International engagement | Public service | News coverage:  ASU's Koppell discusses persistance of ICANN

Despite endless criticism since its founding in 1998, ICANN remains responsible for ensuring the global Internet's operational stability and security.


Arts / Culture:  ASU MainStage production of 'Bocon' draws rave review

"¡Bocon!" was lauded as "one of the best productions in recent memory at ASU" by the Arizona Republic and theater reviewer Kerry Lengel.


Research | International engagement | News coverage | Social Science:  Mexican museum honors ASU archaeologist with symposium

ASU's Barbara Stark was honored a symposium at the Museum of Anthropology of Xalapa in Veracruz, Mexico for her contributions to the archaeology of the region.


Research | Sustainability | News coverage | Life Science:  Research compares urban ecology in America's cities

In a New York Times article, university researchers say urban landscapes are becoming more similar across the United States.


Engineering | Renewable energy | News coverage:  Quest for clean energy comes with complexities

An ASU engineer weighs in on the debate about the costs, environmental benefits and other impacts of developing "clean" energy resources.