Seven high school students joined the ASU Project Humanities team as summer interns. The program provides students on-the-job training and industry experience while also introducing them to aspects of campus life.
ASU's Center for the Study of Race and Democracy will host Tim Wise, a leading voice in national conversation on race, on July 23 at Phoenix College. His talk will focus on the need for everyone – especially future leaders – to recognize their biases.
A good book can make the long, hot days of summer more bearable. We present a second round of summer reading recommendations from faculty and staff around ASU, exploring history, health, law and making the world better.
ASU philosophy professor Cheshire Calhoun is also the chair of the American Philosophical Association. In that role she was integral in writing an open letter to victims of sexual harassment in philosophy departments around the country.
ASU will reshape the future of doctoral students in humanities by opening doors to a wider range of careers, professional opportunities and earning potential – and a grant from the Modern Language Association and Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will support that.
Eleven Native American educators, already working in early-education classrooms in the Gila River Indian Community, received their bachelor's degrees after completing an innovative two-year program offered by Arizona State University.