The New York Times: As low-water-use plants and desert landscaping have grown more popular with desert dwellers, knowledge of how to care for xeriscapes has not kept pace, says ASU professor Chris Martin.
The Chosun Ilbo (“Korea Daily”): Arizona State University Associate Vice Provost at Graduate Education Ajay Vinze spoke with South Korea's leading newspaper about Sejong University's academic partnership with the W. P. Carey School of Business on a recent visit to its Graduate School of Business.
NPR: ASU associate professor Chris Herbst has spent much of the last decade examining what works and what doesn't when it comes to subsidized day care and other welfare programs designed to help people in need.
Science: While insects and crustaceans have long been considered by scientists to be separate branches of the arthropod "family tree," ASU School of Life Sciences researcher and professor Jon Harrison reports that new findings show they actually belong together.
Education Week: Four ASU faculty members are named in this year’s “Rick Hess Straight Up” Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings, which honor 200 university-based education scholars for their extensive contributions to public debates about education.
Deseret News National: Dec. 10 marked fifty years since Martin Luther King, Jr. accepted his Nobel Peace Prize in 1964. Arizona State University's Keith Miller points to the Nobel remarks as key to understanding King’s overall philosophy of nonviolence.
The Wall Street Journal: Arizona State University's Furnace Accelerator program was featured in the the Dec. 18 issue of The Wall Street Journal, which highlights innovative national efforts to make university tech transfer more relevant.
NEXT CITY: Arizona State University associate professor Kevin Gurney presented information on how cities can help mitigate urban greenhouse gas emissions at the United Nations Climate Conference in the Peruvian capital of Lima.
Climate Central: In a recent Climate Central article, senior sustainability scholar Daniel Bodansky of Arizona State University provides insight into a major international climate change conference, now under way in Lima, Peru.
KJZZ: Arizona State University archaeologist Arleyn Simon recently gave KJZZ's Nadine Arroyo Rodriguez a tour of the rock art at South Mountain and discussed the state's wealth of petroglyphs, which are often right under hikers' noses.
Slate, Future Tense: In an article published in Slate magazine’s Future Tense, Arizona State University’s Ben Minteer writes that de-extinction is not a conservation strategy and does not reflect a sound conservation ethic.
U.S. Department of Education: Education Secretary Arne Duncan cited Arizona State University as a school that is "raising the bar" on teacher education, as he unveiled a plan nov. 25 aimed at strengthening teacher training and better preparing teachers for the classroom.
Zócalo Public Square: Mari Koerner, dean of Teachers College, emphasized the importance of great teachers connecting with children, having strong leadership and knowing how to teach at a recent Zocalo Public Square event in Los Angeles.
New York Times: 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.