July 29, 2015



New director, new direction for ASU learning sciences institute

What lies at the interface of humans, education and technology? Ask Ian Douglas, the new executive director of the Institute for the Science of Teaching and Learning, formerly the ASU Learning Sciences Institute.


Deborah Clarke appointed university vice provost

Professor of English Deborah Clarke has been appointed vice provost for academic personnel at Arizona State University. Clarke will oversee personnel processes for all academic personnel, including hiring, promotion and tenure, effective Aug. 1.


Award-winning book extends conversation on teaching of writing

ASU dean and alum part of an editorial team exploring recent curricular innovations and administrative challenges in college writing programs.


ASU Police update fleet with new black-and-white vehicles

In an effort to improve visibility, the Arizona State University Police Department has added four new police vehicles with a a black-and-white color scheme to its fleet.


5 ways the renovated Sun Devil Stadium will boost the fan experience

Football season is less than two months away and one of the main storylines this year will be the reinvention of Sun Devil Stadium.


University | Innovation / Entrepreneurship | News coverage:  ASU named a top school to land Silicon Valley job

Arizona State University, along with schools such as Stanford, the University of California at Berkeley and UCLA, was named to Business Insider's list of the top 20 schools with the highest rate of placement in Silicon Valley jobs


University | News coverage:  ASU, The Economist sponsor roundtables on higher education

Arizona State University is a sponsoring a series of events with The Economist magazine titled "Re-inventing Higher Education," in which ASU President Michael M. Crow was a participant.


ASU Thrive digital magazine expands interactive options

The second edition of ASU's interactive magazine, ASU Thrive, is available free of charge to iPad users and on desktop and laptop computers through Web browsers.


ASU, Arizona Christian University partnership a boon for biology students

ASU and Arizona Christian University's new partnership allows third-year students at the private accredited Christian school to transfer seamlessly into ASU’s biology program. The partnership reflects ASU's commitment to expanding interdisciplinary opportunities.


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.

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