July 07, 2015



University archivist leaves long legacy at ASU

After 51 years with ASU Libraries, Carl Cross will retire this August. He leaves behind a legacy that includes establishing the university archives and co-founding the ASU Carillon Society, where he has become a watchful guardian of the carillon bells.


'Swarm Intelligence' scientist joins ASU

Physicist Eric Bonabeau, one of the world's leading experts in complex systems and adaptive problem solving, has joined Arizona State University and the ASU-Santa Fe Institute Center for Biosocial Complex Systems.


ASU powers up with Green Sports Alliance

The Pac-12 Conference announced June 29 that it has officially joined the Green Sports Alliance (GSA), making it the first collegiate sports conference to count all its members – including Arizona State University – as GSA participants.


ASU-China Biodesign Center: More support, new opportunities in university collaboration

Earlier this week, representatives from Shandong University in China visited ASU to discuss potential opportunities for research collaboration.


ASU partners with LinkedIn, Markle Foundation to help future jobs market

Rework America Connected is a partnership between ASU, The Markle Foundation, LinkedIn, and county, city and state leaders that is dedicated to improving how "middle-skill" workers can find jobs and learn new skills.


Sign language workshop opens door to deaf culture for ASU faculty, staff

Helping deaf students feel more welcome at ASU can be a challenge when most faculty and staff don't know sign language. A series of beginner ASL workshops aims to teach basic phrases and etiquette, with the ultimate goal of a deeper understanding of deaf culture.


Preliminary plan for ASU Athletic Facilities District in development

Arizona State University and Catellus Development Corporation, a nationally recognized master developer, are taking an important step toward creating a world-class urban community immediately adjacent to ASU's Tempe campus.


Forum 2015 to explore the future of libraries

The THINKspot network makes ASU-sponsored educational programming accessible to local entrepreneurs and business owners through member libraries and other institutions.


Biosafety experts share ASU expertise at Mexico symposium

Two Arizona State University employees from an office considered to be an expert in its field had the opportunity to share their knowledge during a symposium held in Mexico City.


ASU Emeritus College welcomes new dean

William Verdini, an internationally recognized expert in supply chain management and entrepreneurship at Arizona State University, has been chosen as dean of ASU’s Emeritus College.

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