October 10, 2015



College for Kids offers fun, educational classes

ASU is offering students an opportunity to indulge their curiosity about bugs, robots, computer game design, ecology and adventures in mathematics.


Conference explores reinventing the university

The university has changed more dramatically over the last 20 years than in the previous 100 years. How do we respond?


Doctoral student honored as outstanding school principal

Juan Medrano is a 2010 recipient of the Outstanding Principal Award from the Arizona Hispanic School Administrators Association.


Alumni Ambassador program extends ASU's reach worldwide

The Alumni Admissions Ambassador, now nearly 400 strong, is helping spread the word all over the country about the exciting things ASU is doing.


Students win study-abroad scholarships to increase national security

Eight ASU undergraduates have won prestigious Boren Scholarships, funded by the National Security Education Program, to study in far flung areas of the globe.


Psychology degree program offered online

ASU's New College is now offering its high-quality B.A. degree in psychology via an online format.


ASU offers new online degree in criminology and criminal justice

ASU will offer a new online bachelor's degree in criminology and criminal justice. Students can register now and courses will begin in the fall 2010 semester.


Record 21 students win Fulbrights to study, teach abroad

A record 21 ASU students have won Fulbright awards to study and teach abroad next year, in 13 different countries.


School of Art building reopens

After 2 p.m., May 20, the School of Art building on the ASU Tempe campus will partially reopen.


ASU expands online programs for K-12 teachers

Arizona State University has expanded its offerings of affordable online degree and certification programs for pre-kindergarten through 12th-grade teachers.

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