April 24, 2014



Science minds gather for 'origins' symposium

Some of the greatest minds in science, including six Nobel Laureates, will gather to discuss the origins of everything, from the universe to humanity, April 6, in ASU Gammage.


Nominations sought for 'Excellence in Diversity Awards'

The 14th annual edition of the "Excellence in Diversity Awards" begins with nominations for outstanding faculty, staff and students at ASU's West campus who have worked to promote academic inclusion.


Crow: Universities must be more evolutionary in their character

ASU President Michael M. Crow tells an international audience that universities must focus on "innovation of themselves" and expand on the traditional roles they've played in the past.


Walk/run event to help single moms earn a college degree

Helping Hands for Single Moms, an award-winning Valley-based nonprofit organization, will benefit from a March 29 5K walk and run at ASU's West campus.


Virtual Africa exhibit dramatizes effects of AIDS on communities

The nationally touring, interactive World Vision Experience: AIDS exhibit will travel to ASU's West campus March 15-22 to raise awareness about the effects of the AIDS pandemic on children in developing countries.


Nominations needed for Dynamic Devils

A Recognition Committee is calling for nominations for the Dynamic Downtown Devils Recognition & Awards to honor outstanding student leaders.


Record-breaking academic year strengthens student experience

From new curriculum to improved services, ASU made many advances in the 2007-2008 academic year to help students get the most out of their educational investment.


Celebrate 400 years of the telescope at star-gazing event

Celestial sights including the moon, Venus and Saturn will come into clear focus through telescopes set up for public viewing at ASU's West campus.


Summit targets adult students, those who assist them

An event designed to build support systems for Arizona's adult college students, and adults who may want to return to college but aren't aware of the resources available to help them, is set for April 3, at ASU's West campus.


'CTEL Connections' launches new electronic newsletter

ASU's College of Teacher Education and Leadership has launched a free electronic newsletter to enhance communication with its community partners, educators, alumni and friends.

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