April 28, 2015

More ASU News


Research | University:  KNOW 99 features making of lab-safety training video

ASU's lab-safety training program has been featured by KNOW 99 Television, the youth and education cable channel operated by the City of Phoenix.


Journalism | Innovation / Entrepreneurship | News coverage:  How we created a startup culture at ASU's Cronkite School

ASU's encouragement of innovation and interdisciplinary collaboration has cultivated an entrepreneurial culture.


Engineering | Graduate students | Innovation / Entrepreneurship | News coverage:  'Entrepreneurs of the year' combine engineering, business skills

A team of ASU engineering students talk about the mobile medical clinic venture that won them a national entrepreneurship award.


University:  Tribal finance program now online

Distance learning is a perfect fit to bring educational opportunities to remote areas.


Arts / Culture | Humanities | News coverage:  How did the most visible poet in the US become nearly forgotten?

ASU's Terry Hummer looks into the mystery of Vachel Lindsay.


News coverage:  Spotted Elk and Humetewa featured for contributions to Native education

Indian Country Today Media Network has spotlighted two faculty members from ASU for their contributions to Native American education in 2011.


Earth / Space:  Dazzling satellite views of vast Moon crater

NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera, overseen by ASU professor Mark Robinson, has been busy taking high-resolution photos of the Moon's surface.


Social Science:  Professor gives advice on complaining to your boss

Jeffrey Kassing of ASU's New College offers advice for those looking to successfully lodge a complaint in the workplace.


Sports:  Sun Devil great Anthony Robles featured in Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal's Jason Gay talks about wrestler and Sun Devil great Anthony Robles.


Science:  2012: End of the world?

ASU professors debunk myths about Dec. 21, 2012, and discuss when the world could end.