The Atlantic: The May 2015 issue of The Atlantic features an article titled "The Upwardly Mobile Barista" in which it tells the story of several Starbucks employees who are benefiting from the new educational model.
Times Higher Education: Imagine getting the chance to work with chief executives on real-world projects in your career field, before you even have a degree. That's what students at ASU's W. P. Carey School of Business are doing, thanks to the school's New Venture Group.
The Washington Post: The Washington Post has reported on a study, led by ASU researchers, where geneticists have discovered a "bottleneck," or decrease in genetic diversity in the male lineage about 4,000 to 8,000 years ago.
The Guardian: In an article appearing in The Guardian, ASU School of Life Sciences assistant professor Benjamin Hurlbut and two colleagues are calling for additional actions pertaining to the possible implementation of genetic engineering.
Slate Future Tense: Questions like whether a body left in space can be used as compost, and whether it’s legal to let a corpse drift into the great beyond are posed by Daniel Oberhaus, an English and philosophy senior at Arizona State University in an article for Slate.
New York Times: By studying subtle changes in President Ronald Reagan's speech patterns while he was in office, ASU's Visar Berisha and Julie Liss have linked these changes to the onset of dementia, years before doctors diagnosed his Alzheimer's disease in 1994.
Future Tense: Archaeologist and ASU scientific software engineer Stephen Savage recently penned an article for Slate's Future Tense regarding the destruction of important archaeological sites by terrorist group ISIS.
CityLab, an online publication of The Atlantic: In recent research, ASU professor Deirdre Pfeiffer took a new look at "slumburbia," which posits that as families of color have moved from inner cities to the suburbs, the subprime mortgage crisis and global recession stalled or even pushed backward these families' progress toward social and economic mobility.
Phoenix Business Journal: Five graduate students in the W. P. Carey School of Business' new Master of Science in Business Analytics program beat out Stanford, Carnegie Mellon, University of Chicago and Pepperdine University for first place in the Diamond Dollars Case Competition.
Washington Post: In reference to a reported record-setting snowstorm that struck Capracotta, Italy, March 5, ASU professor Randall Cerveny said snowfall measurements are very difficult to verify, and that for this reason the World Meteorological Organization does not currently track snowfall data.
USA Today: ASU architecture students from The Design School helped to construct a selection of tiny spaces currently on view in an exhibition featuring 12 structures under 600 square feet at the Schemer Art Center in Phoenix.