October 10, 2015

Innovation / Entrepreneurship

Includes articles related to innovation and entrepreneurship at ASU.

CGI U Sun Devils continue to shine, 2015 application now open

Applications for Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) 2015 are now open.


ASU faculty spin-out company to enhance literacy instruction with national grant

Learning Ovations will receive $1.05 million from the U.S. Department of Education to develop its cloud-based tool for enhancing literacy instruction.


Top Arizona businesses named Spirit of Enterprise Award finalists

This week, some of the state’s best companies are being recognized as finalists for the 18th annual Spirit of Enterprise Awards from the W. P. Carey School of Business at ASU.


ASU partnership to help resource management in Latin America, Caribbean

ASU President Michael M. Crow and Inter-American Development Bank President Luis Alberto Moreno met in Washington, D.C., to solidify a water resources-focused partnership that began in 2011.


The 'Maker Movement' arrives at ASU

The "Maker Movement," a tech-enabled, do-it-yourself community that prizes hands-on experimentation in order to construct innovative solutions, has arrived at ASU.


ASU educator honored for innovative teaching methods

Teachers College clinical instructor Christopher Smudde received the inaugural pre-service faculty award from the Arizona Technology in Education Association for pushing the envelope with technology in the classroom.


ASU wins grant to support women entrepreneurs

Arizona State University has received a grant from the U.S. Small Business Administration to launch a new initiative to support and advance women-led businesses.


Free TechShop memberships now available to ASU students

TechShop is offering complimentary memberships at its Chandler location to ASU students for the fall 2014 semester.


ASU grad student in the running for College Entrepreneur of the Year

For the fourth consecutive year, an ASU student is a finalist in Entrepreneur magazine’s annual competition.


ASU partners to train future global leaders of Brazil

The Brasília Sem Fronteiras program brings high potential students from Brazil to ASU for four weeks of global leadership training.

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