Nature : Denis Simon, vice provost of the Office of International Strategic Initiatives, comments on Chinese incentives to lure back expatriates and bring senior scientists to China with generous incentives.
National Association of Science Writers: Following a natural disaster, vulnerability to food shortage appears to depend more on a group's ability to migrate and form positive relationships with other groups than on resource factors.
Slate magazine: In a Future Tense article for Slate, ASU Visionary in Residence Bruce Sterling muses about borders, open-source hardware, cultural dislocation and his interactive installation piece, “My Future Frontier/Mi Futura Frontera.”
AZ Family: A renovated city bus will soon travel twice a week to under-served neighborhoods in Phoenix and Tempe, providing fresh produce and free health screenings from ASU's College of Nursing & Health Innovation.
Slate magazine: Building a more functional conversation among researchers, policymakers, citizens and industrial leaders is critical to address the global challenge of climate change, argued panelists at the "Rescuing Climate Policy" panel at ASU’s Global Institute of Sustainability on Feb. 5.
Horizonte: As the interpretation and programs coordinator at the Arizona State University Deer Valley Rock Art Center, Anthropologist Casandra Hernandez helps create a diversity of programming that makes the ancient site relevant to a contemporary audience.
Phoenix Business Journal: Sixteen-year-old Joey Hudy, a student at the Young Scholars Academy on ASU's West campus was invited to sit with First Lady Michelle Obama at the recent State of the Union Address in Washington, D.C.
USA Today: Peter Lehman, director of ASU's Center for Film, Media and Popular Culture, talks about separating art from the artist – citing how the recent controversy facing Woody Allen may impact how his films are portrayed.
NPR : In honor of the 40th anniversary of the hit movie "Blazing Saddles," ASU film and media studies professor Michael Green shares his thoughts on the dynamic relationship between its two lead characters.
Arizona Republic: Students from ASU's School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts presented their design ideas for an "iconic plaza" to members of the City Council of Mesa.