May 26, 2015



Transit-oriented development helps cities ease off the gas

The way we design and build our cities can help drive people's transportation choices. ASU researchers are helping local cities promote sustainable transit.


Tech-minded women invited to panel, networking event

Women interested in computer science careers are invited to a networking event at 6:30 p.m., Dec. 10, in the University Club at Arizona State University in Tempe.


Researchers explore future of 'postdigital' textbook

A team of Arizona State University researchers has been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation to conduct research on the future of the textbook.


Fulbright award takes computer scientist to France

As one of this year’s Fulbright Scholars, ASU computer science professor Arunabha Sen will have an opportunity to work with some of Europe’s leading experts in his field.


A 'smart' device for stroke rehabilitation

Pamela Robles-Franco is among the first class of Mexican students who traveled to the U.S. this year as part of the 100,000 Strong in the Americas Initiative to participate in intensive research experiences.


ASU expands online resource for women in science, engineering

For women in STEM fields who are looking for quick inspiration or advanced training in interpersonal communication skills, ASU's expanded CareerWISE site is like having a free career coach on-call.


ASU among 12 institutions teaming up to promote reflection in learning

A new Consortium to Promote Reflection in Engineering Education will develop and promote teaching practices that help undergraduate engineering students reflect on their experiences.


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.

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