May 25, 2015

More ASU News


Research | Engineering | Graduate students | News coverage:  Breakthroughs may pave way to new generations of tiny electronics

ASU's David Ferry is among scientists and engineers sparking talk about the possibility of producing yet another next-generation of tiny electronic devices.


Law | News coverage:  Byrne Hessick discusses sentencing policy on KJZZ

Professor Carissa Byrne Hessick was a guest on KJZZ’s "Here and Now" with Pinal County Attorney Jim Walsh on Jan. 11 to discuss a new report on sentencing policy in Arizona.


Law | News coverage:  Law professor provides testimony for Ariz. senator's trial

Professor Sarah Buel was recently quoted in The Arizona Republic and The Tucson Citizen after providing testimony in Arizona Sen. Scott Bungaard's trial before the Senate Ethic Committee.


University | Social Science:  Adelman is Phoenix MLK honoree

In her work as an advocate for the rights of gay-lesbian youth, Madelaine Adelman helps create classroom climates that improve learning for all.


News coverage:  Sarewitz warns of military budget cut byproduct: lost innovation

As the Pentagon looks at the possibility of cutting its budget by 10 percent over the next 10 years, ASU's Daniel Sarewitz warns of the impact this could have on the economy's long-term growth.


Engineering | Science | Humanities | News coverage:  Robot advances raise ethical, cultural questions for society

An ASU engineer and ethicist reviews a new book looking at complex questions raised by advances in robotics technology.


University | Administration | News coverage:  Crow discusses state of university, US education and innovation

ASU President Michael Crow discusses the state of the university, future plans, innovation and education with Frank Camacho, veteran political reporter for KTVK 3TV.


Faculty and Staff | Humanities | News coverage:  Pritchard's 'Odditorium' is Oprah's Book of the Week

The editors at picked Melissa Pritchard's "The Odditorium" – a collection of short stories – as their Book of the Week.


Graduate students | Innovation / Entrepreneurship | News coverage:  Grad among winners of 2011 College Social Innovator Contest

Nicollette Lewis founded Partnered for Success to mentor and support 15- and 16-year-old orphans and youth who are part of the foster care system.


Sports:  ASU Football posts nation's highest attendance increase

Arizona State saw the largest average attendance increase in college football for the 2011 season.