April 16, 2014



Late ASU alum's passion for education lives on in student scholarship

The Dariel Truter Overby Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a full-time student majoring in psychology at ASU.


ASU students receive prestigious 'Faculty for the Future' fellowship

Ruirui Han of China and Gayatri Marliyani of Indonesia, both School of Earth and Space Exploration students pursuing doctorates, were awarded renewals of their prestigious "Faculty for the Future" fellowships.


More than 12,000 set to graduate May 12-15 at spring commencement

America's top educator, Arne Duncan, will deliver remarks at ASU's May 14 commencement ceremony to more than 10,000 graduating students.


ASU students work to revolutionize loan repayment

Shaving down college student loan debt while still in school could soon be an option for ASU and other U.S. university students, thanks to the efforts of a team of ASU innovators.


Archaeologist leads undergrads to research dynamics of neighborhood formation

Undergraduate research opportunities abound at ASU, and archaeologist Michael E. Smith is one of the top faculty for providing them.


ASU School of Transborder Studies holds first career development event

The ASU School of Transborder Studies will hold its first-ever Career Development Event for students, alumni and community members on April 15, providing expert advice and feedback about resumes, networking and preparation for the job market.


Future Sun Devils, share your pride on May 1

National College Decision Day is almost here, which means that ASU's class of 2018 will have the chance to proudly proclaim their new Sun Devil status.


Summer courses run gamut from murder mysteries to Michael Jackson

Students looking for interesting intellectual challenges this summer have dozens of choices from ASU's New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, the core college on the West campus.


Students:  ASU Marine midshipman saves teenage boy's life

An Arizona State University student who rescued a 15-year-old boy pinned beneath a car in a horrific accident is credited with saving the teenager's life, according to a recent story on CBS 5 News in Phoenix.


ASU students raise more than $70K for Ariz. community

Thousands of ASU students joined together for a week of philanthropy that raised more than $70,000 to help end hunger, homelessness and assist children and families in the Valley.

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