September 02, 2015

More ASU News


Bioscience / Biotech | Law:  Ten unanswered questions on genetic information

You may have begun to ask yourself: How much do I really want to know about my genetic destiny?


Sustainability | News coverage | Social Science:  Making much ado about 'resilience'

The term "resilience" is popping up often these days in discussions about issues of sustainability. But what does it mean, and why should we care about it?


Sustainability | Engineering | News coverage:  Strides in battery technology promise progress in energy efficiency

Battery technology advances promise to spur breakthroughs in energy efficiency, according to a Science magazine article co-authored by an ASU engineering faculty member


Earth / Space:  Air & Space Magazine highlights 'Ghosts of Gemini'

A special multimedia package in Air & Space by Tony Reichhardt commemorates Project Gemini.


Education | Diversity | Social Science:  Improving college completion rates for Native students

Bryan Brayboy, co-director of ASU's Center for Indian Education and associate professor of culture, society and education in the School of Social Transformation, commented on some of the challenges American Indian/Alaska Native students face on college campuses.


Nursing and Health Care | Graduate students | Alumni:  Alum creates Jump Into Action program to combat child obesity

ASU alumnus Steve Ball has created a program that encourages children to be exposed and educated in physical fitness and nutrition.


Law:  Arizona Republic notes U.S. News ranking

The improved ranking of the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law by U.S. News & World Report was noted by The Arizona Republic in an article published March 18.


Engineering | Health Solutions | Innovation / Entrepreneurship:  Entrepreneurial engineering students' creative venture attracting attention

An award-winning entrepreneurial venture by four ASU students continues to attract attention from the national business media.


Bioscience / Biotech | Science:  Biotech program aims to build workforce

ASU's New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences has teamed with Glendale Community College to help prepare students for jobs in the growing field of biotechnology.


Law | News coverage:  Law professor comments on public land dispute

Professor Joseph Feller recently was quoted in an Associated Press article titled, "Lawmakers pick fight with feds over public lands."