April 19, 2015



ASU engineers join US effort to protect water quality

ASU is a partner in a new national research center that will focus on developing advanced methods for dealing with contaminants in water systems.


Building proteins to counteract cancer

An ASU synthetic biologist is working on techniques to make proteins that can reactivate one of the body’s natural defenses against cancer.


US Marine Corps prepared veteran for career in engineering

Growing up in a family of military men, R. J. Mitchell had one goal in mind: to be a warrior in service to his country. Two weeks before his 21st birthday, he proudly became a U.S. Marine.


Veteran overcomes injuries that threatened his college dreams

After a traumatic brain injury in Afghanistan, veteran Evan Benson wasn't sure he could remember well enough to succeed in college.


ASU arts researcher lands $2M STEM grant

Exploring, analyzing and improving existing student web-based peer review systems has led ASU's David Tinapple to a research award of nearly $2 million from the National Science Foundation.


Engineering | News coverage:  Identifying keys to sustainable transportation options

In an interview with the Arizona Republic, Arizona State University civil engineer Mikhail Chester talks about the challenges of developing a sustainable urban transportation system.


Early dreams of ASU education put veteran back on track

Beau Bock credits his experiences in the U.S. Army and at Arizona State University with putting his life on an upward trajectory.


Computer science postdocs discover new uses for big data

ASU postdocs discover future challenges and possibilities of computing sciences through a Postdoc Best Practices Arizona Grant, funded by the National Science Foundation.


Resilient and motivated, Purple Heart recipient finds home at ASU

Inspired by his advice from his commanding officer, Marine Corps veteran Jonathan Cudo decided to go back to school and is now enrolled at ASU's Polytechnic School, with an interest in aeronautical engineering.


NSF recognizes ASU professor for providing new ways to look at the world

Ross Maciejewski, an assistant professor of computer science, was selected for an NSF CAREER Award for his research in visual analytics.

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