March 03, 2015



ASU tests emergency messaging system

ASU recently tested its ASU Alert emergency messaging system with added features that expand the university’s capability to reach all members of the ASU community during an emergency.


New ASU school marries politics and global studies

ASU brings two inseparable fields of study together under one roof with the launch of the new School of Politics and Global Studies.


$18M gift to transform teacher education

Arizona State University and Teach for America are establishing an unprecedented partnership to revolutionize teacher education.


Study abroad program explores roots of conflict

A new interdisciplinary summer curriculum set in the Eastern Mediterranean region examines the roots of conflict and steps for resolution.


President Crow discusses the future of higher education

The public is invited to to join ASU President Michael Crow for a conversation about the future of global higher education.


W. P. Carey School expands degree offerings at West campus

In an effort to bring top quality business education to more people, the W. P. Carey School of Business is expanding several of its popular degree programs to ASU's West campus.


ASU's Lifelong Learning courses span the Valley

From art to sports to crime scene biology, there's a topic for every interest in the course offerings from ASU's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute.


Lucky blood donors can add sparkle to their lives

All ASU and Tempe blood donors from Feb. 1-28 will be entered into a drawing for two $1,000 shopping sprees at Schmitt Jewelers, Phoenix.


ASU serves veterans with 'Rucksacks to Backpacks'

The upcoming Rucksacks to Backpacks event is helping ASU guide and provide information to veterans as they return to higher education.


President Crow addresses Haiti aftermath

ASU President Michael Crow addresses the aftermath of the devastating earthquake in Haiti and how the university community is helping with the relief effort.

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