Innovation / Entrepreneurship
Includes articles related to innovation and entrepreneurship at ASU.
Finding creative ways to turn yesterday's electronics into tomorrow's technology is at the heart of a new initiative to tackle the challenge of e-waste head-on.
The President's Award for Innovation provides formal recognition to ASU teams that have made significant contributions to ASU and higher education.
The Reno competition is a pressure-cooker, war-room experience in construction management that tests students' knowledge, as well as their ability to perform quickly.
With PitchFunder, the ASU Foundation offers a crowdfunding solution for student projects and groups, faculty, researchers, schools and colleges.
The following excerpt is from a question and answer session held for ASU media by Clinton Foundation Vice Chairman Chelsea Clinton on Saturday, March 22 at the Clinton Global Initiative University at Arizona State University.
ASU engineering students participating in the international Clinton Global Initiative University conference hope to boost their efforts to help solve societal challenges.
Looking to provide solutions for complicated social issues, an interdisciplinary team of students at ASU decided to create an exchange program that will drive social change within their community.
ASU is hosting the prestigious Clinton Global Initiative University this weekend, bringing together more than 1,000 students working for transformational change.
ASU physics professor Nicole Herbots and her team are one of two groups of ASU natural sciences students and colleagues pursing projects that could help millions across the globe.
ASU alumnus Jeff Malkoon founded Peanut Butter Americano, a social venture that donates part of the proceeds to a nonprofit organization that constructs housing for at-risk families in 19 countries.