A cohort of 14 students in the Doctor of Business Administration in Global Financial Management program — a partnership between ASU's W. P. Carey School of Business and the Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance — recently visited ASU's Tempe campus from China.
Black-market collectors willing to pay hundreds of thousands for rare cactuses are putting more than 30 percent of the species at risk for extinction, according to a paper released Monday. ASU conservation biologist Jan Schipper contributed to the study.
Arizona State University is partnering with the Harvard-affiliated Brigham and Women's Hospital and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute to research and development leadership development in the health industry.
Engineer Tom Sugar doesn’t consider himself a modern-day Iron Man, but he does marvel at how his specialty — wearable robotics or exoskeletons — has taken off and achieved something of blockbuster proportions.
Arizona State University this year moved up to top-five status among colleges and universities contributing volunteers to Teach For America, the national corps committed to expanding educational opportunity for children living in poverty.
"Singer & Krauss: An Origins Project Dialogue" is a candid and unscripted conversation on ethics for the 21st century, covering topics ranging from animal liberation to dying with dignity to effective altruism.
Last week in headline-grabbing news, Turing Pharmaceuticals raised the price of Daraprim from $13.50 to $750 a tablet. Offering perspective on the responsibility of drug companies is Dr. Victor Trastek of ASU's School for the Science of Health Care Delivery.
Despite the triple-digit temperatures, it really is fall. And that means pumpkin-flavored everything, trick-or-treaters getting ready, and Phoenix Fashion Week — where a former ASU student and a current faculty member are taking part.
The leader of the sixth-largest city in the nation did not mince words Wednesday when he stressed the economic importance of America's neighbors during an Arizona State University organized conference in Phoenix.
While innovations are helping to create "smarter" grids that enable utilities to better monitor, manage and adapt to changing energy flows, innovations also introduces new issues related to citizens' rights when it comes to consuming and producing power.
Returning Peace Corps volunteers can apply for a new master's fellowship that will pay tuition and other financial assistance, while they contribute time and expertise to underserved local communities.
ASU and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory will enter into an agreement to solidify the collaboration between the two institutions on research related to energy security, climate science and sustainability, and other aspects of global security.