May 05, 2015

Community partnerships


Pilot project to provide online platform for student fundraising

ASU has joined an innovative pilot project by USEED designed to empower students, engage donors and cultivate a culture of philanthropy driven by front-line student fundraisers.


ASU faculty, student expertise help a small press thrive

Many in today’s publishing industry question the future of the printed book – can it survive and adapt in the electronic age?


ASU innovation on display at Arizona Science Center

New displays at the Arizona Science Center in Phoenix will feature some of the latest research and entrepreneurship from around Arizona State University.


ASU community to participate in 9th annual Pat's Run

Arizona State University and the surrounding community will take part in the ninth annual Pat's Run on Saturday, April 20.


ASU President's Club helping to define future of Arizona

The ASU President's Club is advancing education in the Grand Canyon State through its support of The Arizona We Want, an initiative of the Center for the Future of Arizona.


Arizona Forward to build on ASU student investigation of vacant-land development opportunities

In fall 2012, students in an ASU urban planning course took on a cooperative project, which focused on identifying development scenarios for vacant parcels in the Phoenix area’s light rail corridor.


Water reuse can be a solution to scarcity, experts say

This week, ASU hosts a gathering of experts to discuss how the Colorado River states can increase water reuse in farming, municipal, industrial and environmental applications.


Sun Devils support Pat's Run with 30 shadow runs across US

ASU alumni around the country will honor the legacy of former Arizona State and Arizona Cardinals football player Pat Tillman in conjunction with the popular Pat’s Run set to take place April 20 in Tempe, Ariz.


New center will serve as outreach into Southern California

A new ASU California Center in Santa Monica will offer a location to connect with prospective Sun Devils and alumni and provide enhanced academic experiences for current students.


March 30 event offers bargains on fresh produce

"Market on the Move" at the West campus offers up to 60 pounds of fresh fruit and vegetables for a $10 donation.

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