April 21, 2014



College of Teacher Ed unveils online autism-focused M.Ed.

ASU's College of Teacher Education and Leadership has announced a new master's degree featuring an emphasis on autism, that will be offered online as part of ASU Online and Extended Education programming.


ASU partners with Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community on environmental workshop

The application of federal environmental law in Indian Country was the focus of a recent workshop presented by the ASU American Indian Policy Institute and the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law.


Police bomb squad shows robotics in action

Middle School students in an engineering summer camp at ASU that focuses on robotics got a look at one way that police use robots – detecting explosive devices and materials.


West campus to host Summer Leadership Symposium

A gathering of high school's best and brightest Latino students will converge on ASU's West campus for a three-day "lesson" on making a successful transition into higher education.


Calleros, law-school community assist with CCLI event

Professor Charles Calleros recently led several students and staff from the College of Law in providing information, inspiration, and skill-building for about 50 high school students participating in the ASU Cesar Chavez Leadership Institute.


Network envisions global standards for doctoral education

Leaders in higher education from around the world, including ASU Professor Biana Bernstein, are creating a roadmap for doctoral education worldwide.


Consortium paves way for global engineering opportunities

ASU's Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering is now a member of the Global Engineering Education Exchange consortium, which opens up opportunities for students to learch at leading university engineering programs throughout the world.


ASU education students host family science night

ASU students brought science to life for Chandler elementary school families as they hosted the popular community education program, Family Science Night.


Graduate students face real-world challenges in education policy

Seven graduate students with the Mary Lou Fulton Institute and Graduate School of Education ventured into the challenging world of public policy by presenting research on high-stakes testing to the State Board of Education AIMS Task Force.


Virtual Counseling Center provides online guidance

The Virtual Counseling Center, a golden example of university-community embeddedness, is offered free to everyone in the country, all under an ASU banner via the Mary Lou Fulton College of Education.

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