May 07, 2015



ASU announces new Bachelor of Science in Public Service & Public Policy

ASU’s School of Public Affairs now offers Arizona’s first professional undergraduate degree program in public service and public policy.


ABOR sets tuition for upcoming academic year

The Arizona Board of Regents approved ASU’s tuition proposal for the 2011 academic year at ABOR’s regular meeting.


Graduate students launch sustainability journal

Students from the School of Sustainability set a new standard with a publication that combines research, opinion, and art to bring sustainability into the public dialogue.


Mentoring Center members ready to help

ASU's Emeritus College Mentoring Center offers a place where any faculty member or student can go to get a little operational and career help, anonymously.


'Last Fridays' event returns to ASU's West campus

Last month's inaugural event was a big success, so another art festival is planned for March 26.


Program explores inside track to academic job market

Students, such as ASU doctoral graduate Meghna Sabharwal, say they are better prepared and more successful in the academic job search thanks to ASU's Preparing Future Faculty program.


Free Webinar to help schools create inclusive cultures

ASU’s Equity Alliance is offering a free Webinar on "inclusive practice" March 19.


ASU receives presidential recognition for community service

ASU has been honored with the highest federal recognition a university can receive for its commitment to volunteering, service learning and civic engagement.


Tempe campus road restrictions to begin for construction project

With the upcoming construction of a new research building on the Tempe campus, road restrictions will be put into place in late March or early April.


Eight/KAET Honored with Telly Awards

Eight/KAET has been honored by the 31st Annual Telly Awards in three categories: Documentary, Cultural and News/News Feature.

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