October 13, 2015

Community partnerships


ASU partners with YMCA to host oldest running event in Ariz.

ASU is joining with the Valley of the Sun YMCA to host the 45th edition of the Grand Canyon State's oldest running event – the Y Race Phoenix.


Artifact replicas provide chance to watch pit firing

Currently, the staff of the ASU Museum of Anthropology is hard at work constructing displays and arranging the loan of artifacts from major national museums in preparation for this fall's "City Life: Experiencing the World of Teotihuacan."


Native American students get digital training at Cronkite School

Native American students from nine states will participate in a national digital journalism program this week at ASU's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.


Alexandria Co-working Network adds 2 communities

Arizona's entrepreneurs and innovators will soon have several new places to connect, collaborate and find resources as ASU's Alexandria Co-working Network expands to include two more communities by this fall.


Cronkite professor receives NAACP 2013 Educator Award

Cronkite professor Sharon Bramlett-Solomon was recently recognized by the Maricopa County Branch of the NAACP for outstanding teaching and exemplary community leadership sevice.


Citizen Review Panel annual report available online

The 2012 Arizona Citizen Review Panel annual report, which monitors and improves conditions for children and families involved with Child Protective Services, is now available online.


Sustainability | Arts / Culture | Community partnerships | News coverage | Social Science:  'Edible Stories' engages crowd on issues of food politics, nutrition, environment

On the evening of June 13, the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art was the scene of the unique, interactive event known as "Edible Stories: From Desert Foods to Food Deserts."


Engineering | Diversity | Community partnerships | News coverage | Social Science:  CompuGirls, Intel show girls what it looks like to be an engineer

A field trip to Intel's Embedded Design Center shows 60 girls from under-resourced Phoenix area school districts what it looks like to be an engineer.


Kelle Maslyn directs community relations in ASU's Tucson office

Locally known Tucson area executive becomes ASU liaison working with businesses, officials and stakeholders to further the region's success.


More than 200 families to graduate from ASU's new Future Sun Devil Families program

Donna Snyder is one parent among hundreds who are graduating this week from an innovative new program that ASU recently piloted at four schools in the West Valley.

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