This summer, ASU Art Museum is presenting a new commissioned work by Mexico City-based artist Yoshua Okón, in an exhibition titled "Oracle." In a recent conversation with Artforum, Okón describes his time in the desert.
Jonathan Koppell, the dean of Arizona State University's College of Public Service and Community Solutions, recently spoke with the Washington Post about the university’s new Public Service Academy launching this fall.
Driverless cars may have unforeseen negative effects for the cash flow of local governments, argues Kevin Desouza, associate dean for research and professor at the College of Public Service and Community Solutions, in an article on Slate’s Future Tense blog.
In response to an announcement about Arizona State University's partnership with the Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory, ASU's Nadya Bliss spoke with KJZZ about what this new agreement means.
Charles Katz, the director of the ASU Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety, appeared on Fox 10's morning show to discuss the increased use of body-worn video cameras by police departments.
ASU assistant professor Chris Jones, the author of "Routes of Power: Energy and Modern America," joins the crew of NPR's BackStory with the American History Guys as they explore the history of pipelines and American infrastructure.