All 20 students admitted to the first cohort of ASU's Ed.D. program in Leadership and Innovation are celebrating their graduation this May.
Professor Keith Wetzel’s students are at it again – winning multiple honors in the iCademy Awards competition staged on ASU’s Tempe campus.
An ASU faculty member is gaining national recognition as a guru of leadership development for the construction industry.
ASU bioengineering student Liliana Rincon earned a distinctive honor of selection for a summer program in neurobiology at the renowned Woods Hole laboratory.
For his efforts to help future teachers develop and promote children's literacy, Frank Serafini has received the 2009 Faculty Achievement Teaching Award from the ASU Alumni Association.
Two ASU ceramics exhibits will coincide with the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts' annual conference.
ASU is responding to the need for personalized healthcare by offering an undergraduate biomedical informatics degree program.
Students in Mario Gomes' mechanical and aerospace courses rose to the challenge of designing and building automatic tire inflators that would help drivers conserve fuel – and money.
ASU professor Thomas Barone collects the stories of educators to allow readers of his research to vicariously participate and re-experience it for themselves, to reflect more deeply on issues related to education.
Education professor Michelene Chi is expanding her newest research endeavor in cognitive learning with a grant from the Spencer Foundation.
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