April 19, 2014

Community partnerships

07/15/11

Romania's Honorary Consul General brings global perspective to ASU students

A Q&A with ASU professor Ileana Orlich, Romania’s Honorary Consul General.

07/08/11

SmartPHX app helps visitors navigate downtown Phoenix

A smartphone application created by ASU digital media students helps people discover restaurants, night life and other attractions in downtown Phoenix.

07/05/11

School for gifted students offers July 27 tour

ASU's Gary K. Herberger Young Scholars Academy provides a fast-paced, rigorous curriculum for gifted youngsters.

06/29/11

Aéro Montréal, ASU's Aerospace & Defense Research Collaboratory join forces

Aéro Montréal and ASU's Aerospace & Defense Research Collaboratory signed a framework agreement on cooperation during the 49th International Paris Air Show.

06/17/11

ASU leadership program honors Chavez's life and legacy

Approximately 60 high school students from around the state participated this week in the annual Cesar Chavez Leadership Institute, a six-day program hosted by ASU.

05/10/11

ASU to host EarthScope National Office

Arizona State University has been selected by the National Science Foundation as the new host university for the EarthScope National Office.

05/06/11

ASU Confucius Institute launches Chinese program in local schools

A celebration of the launch of the Confucius Classrooms in six schools will be at 7 p.m. on May 6 at Boulder Creek High School.

05/03/11

Teachers College offers summer camps for Valley youth

The Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College is collaborating with partners in the community to bring two summer camp offerings to ASU.

04/13/11

Teachers College grant brings benefits to Gadsden District

A grant awarded to ASU's Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College is providing comprehensive school reform for southern Arizona's Gadsden Elementary School District.

04/07/11

Science behind the fiction: 'Clan of the Cave Bear' author to speak

Jean Auel will discuss her new book, "The Land of Painted Caves," and describe how science informs her work April 10 at the Tempe Center for the Arts, as part of the ASU Origins Project Science and Culture Festival.

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