ASU professor of practice and citizen science pioneer Darlene Cavalier has been elected to the inaugural board of the Citizen Science Association, an organization recently established to improve opportunities for everyday citizens to get involved with science.
Involving students in professional organizations and solutions-based research — in the lab and in the field — characterize professor Heather Bateman's award-winning approach to preparing next-generation wildlife conservationists.
Arizona State University has established a new, interdisciplinary Center for Veterans’ Wellness to conduct research and help vets affected by combat-related stress and trauma, such as post-traumatic stress disorder.
In a first-of-its-kind study, ASU researcher Petra Fromme joins an international team using techniques of X-ray crystallography to develop powerful new analgesics, capable of blocking pain without generating tolerance or dependency.
Education and water rank as Arizonans' top two priorities among state residents, according to a new poll by ASU's Morrison Institute for Public Policy and the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
Addressing a crowd of nearly 3,000 people, Feb. 26 in ASU’s Gammage Auditorium, renowned journalist and author Thomas Friedman contended that maintaining our freedom is going to require a major value adjustment.
Arizona State University's new National Sustainability Teachers' Academy equips elementary, middle and high school teachers with knowledge and tools to educate and transform students into agents of change.
Arizona's super stars of science will be on hand to introduce children and their families to the world of biology, physics, engineering, math and chemistry as Arizona State University's Biodesign Institute opens its doors Feb. 28.
As one of the world's leading researchers of obesity stigma and co-director of Mayo Clinic-ASU Obesity Solutions, Alexandra Brewis Slade hopes to change the lack of awareness of the impacts of obesity stigma and fat shaming.
A team of seven applied biological sciences majors at Arizona State University excelled in multiple events at the 2015 student competitions held as part of the Society for Range Management annual meeting in Sacramento, California.