March 05, 2015

More ASU News

11/21/14

Arts / Culture | News coverage:  ASU dean on his new role, vision for Herberger Institute

Social scientist and policy scholar Steven J. Tepper talks about his new role as dean of the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts and about his vision for the institute.

11/20/14

Bioscience / Biotech | News coverage:  ASU's Halden addresses making chemistry green

In an op-ed published in the New York Times, ASU professor Rolf Halden addressed a critical societal issue affecting our soils, water and food – the active ingredients of antimicrobial products such as soaps and toothpaste.

11/20/14

Education | News coverage:  ASU dean: Effective teaching requires learned skills, practice

Dean Mari Koerner spent the first seven years of her teaching career in a second-grade classroom – an experience that taught her what makes a great teacher.

11/19/14

University | Students | News coverage:  Student loan debt among the lowest nationally in Arizona

A recent study shows that in Arizona, college graduates from Arizona State University are reported to carry the least amount of debt.

11/18/14

Alumni | News coverage | Social Science:  Pueblo Grande ceramics exhibit based on ASU alum's dissertation

A new exhibit at Pueblo Grande Museum highlights Hohokam pottery and recent findings regarding its production and distribution.

11/17/14

University:  ASU Police work to better communicate with students, community

Mike Thompson, ASU's new police chief, and longtime Tempe activist Karyn Gitlis spoke with KJZZ host Steve Goldstein about a shared goal to better engage and communicate with students and the surrounding community.

11/17/14

Diversity | International engagement | News coverage:  Professor honored for promoting Romanian language, culture

President's Professor Ileana Orlich was one of three recipients of the inaugural Alianța Gala Award for her extensive work promoting Romanian language and culture.

11/14/14

News coverage | Social Science:  ASU professor cited for paradigm-altering work

ASU professor Robert Boyd's book "Culture and the Evolutionary Process" was recently highlighted in The Chronicle of Higher Education as a book that profoundly changed people's way of thinking about the world.

11/14/14

University | Administration | News coverage:  Barrett Honors College founding dean reflects on time spent at ASU

Ted Humphrey, founding dean of Barrett, the Honors College at ASU, looks back on his more than four decades at the university in an interview on Arizona Horizon.

11/13/14

Nursing and Health Care | Health Solutions | News coverage | Healthy Living:  Study shows fitness for health is more than numbers on a scale

A recent study published by researchers at ASU's School of Nutrition & Health Promotion reveals people who take up an exercise regimen could end up gaining weight due to extra fat, not muscle.