July 06, 2015



Volunteer work, computing skills win student national award

Working with ASU students in a community service program teaches a high school student valuable lessons – and wins her a national award.


Spirit of Service Scholars now accepting applications

Calling all ASU students who want to make the world a better place through a career in public service.


Volunteers to harvest 6 tons of oranges

ASU's Campus Harvest team will once again take to the malls and sidewalks of the Tempe campus Feb. 5, 6 and 12 to harvest approximately 6 tons of oranges from 265 Seville orange trees.


Law students present ideas to Congress

Students who participated in last semester's College of Law Washington, D.C. program finished the course with an oral presentation of their own ideas to members of Congress.


Faculty and Staff | Humanities | Students:  ASU ranked among top English undergraduate programs

ASU's English undergraduate program ranks among the top programs in the country, along with Berkeley, Yale and Columbia.


New degree to boost software engineer talent in state

The College of Technology and Innovation at ASU Polytechnic is offering a new bachelor of science degree in software engineering.


Senior wrestler to celebrate extraordinary ASU career

This Sunday one more athlete will be added to the list of ASU's legendary competitors: Anthony Robles.


Engineering students among Innovation Challenge finalists

Engineering students are leading project teams nominated for the ASU Innovation Challenge awards.


'Chicken Soup for the Soul' writer to visit ASU

Tony D'Angelo is scheduled to visit ASU's West campus Jan. 31 to encourage students to be "engaged, involved and empowered."


ASU announces Innovation Challenge finalists

Thirty entrepreneurial student teams are closer to the chance of winning up to $10,000.

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