April 16, 2014

More ASU News


Business | News coverage:  ASU's W. P. Carey School a great place to study sports business

A new sports business degree offered at Arizona State University is growing in popularity.


Health Solutions | News coverage | Healthy Living:  ASU director helps kick off 'HealthFull' project

Linda Vaughan, director of the School of Nutrition and Health Promotion at ASU is talking about fiber in the new “HealthFull” project in the Arizona Republic.


Education | News coverage:  ASU education dean gives expert testimony to US Senate committee

ASU's Mari Koerner recently testified before a congressional committee about the importance of teacher preparation in the nation's education colleges.


Diversity | Humanities | News coverage:  Neal Lester discusses the 'N-word'

ASU's Neal Lester discusses "easily the most inflammatory, shocking and historic word in the English language."


Journalism | News coverage:  The 'almost-journalists' making a difference in online media

Advocate journalists who provide coverage of current affairs with a clearly-stated worldview are an overlooked and essential element of the digital media landscape, argues Dan Gillmor, a professor of practice at ASU’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.


Science | News coverage:  Boeing, ASU collaborate to support science teacher training

In the last three years, the Boeing Company has paid for supplies and partial tuition for teachers who have taken ASU classes that help them teach chemistry and physics in a hands-on way.


Journalism | News coverage:  ASU professor pens op-ed on 1st Amendment, Fred Phelps

In a Time magazine article, ASU journalism professor Joseph Russomanno explains Westboro Baptist Church's complicated relationship with the First Amendment.


Journalism | Students | News coverage:  Cronkite students to collaborate with citizen journalists

Students of ASU's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism are helping to comprise a new American Public Media Public Insight Network, thanks to a $250,000 grant from the Knight Foundation.


Arts / Culture | Engineering | News coverage:  Aerialists, clowns and industrial robots perform together at ASU's Emerge 2014

What do engineering and theatre have in common? They share a focus on performance – the performance of materials, technologies, processes and systems, argues Lance Gharavi, an associate professor in ASU’s School of Film, Dance and Theatre, in a Future Tense article for Slate magazine.


Health Solutions | News coverage | Healthy Living:  ASU research finds exercise won't disrupt sleep

Despite what some may think, exercising at night will not disrupt your sleep.