Fifty ASU students on spring break head to the Northwest in an annual trek to meet working professionals and envision their own careers in the world of design.
ASU and the Netherlands' Municipality of Haarlemmermeer are collaborating to create the world's first regional sustainability plan based on the principles of a “circular economy.”
We've all heard of global climate change, but engineering professor Ben Ruddell, who studies microclimates, looks at climate on a much smaller level.
Tom Feuer, Emmy-winning sports television executive, is joining ASU's Cronkite School to head its new Southern California sports program.
ASU's student chapter of Engineers Without Borders has won a national award for its project to help a community in rural Kenya develop sustainable water resources.
Archaeologists consider what it was really like to live in the past – a paradigm shift that provides new answers to old research questions.
The big home-price rebound in the Phoenix area may officially be over, according to a new report from the W. P. Carey School of Business at ASU.
To meet the growing demand for skilled business journalists, the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at ASU is offering the first online graduate certificate in business journalism.
Why do human beings tell stories? Stephen Greenblatt, the Institute for Humanities Research 2014 Distinguished Lecturer, will explore this question in a free public lecture March 18.
The Dust Devils have been accepted to NASA's MicroGravity program, where they will fly a scientific experiment to answer questions about how galaxies are formed.
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