The Interdisciplinary Graduate Research Symposium will bring together 28 presenters and 18 departments and schools during Grad Week, March 22-26.
Engineering student Bobby Cottam is among the first to take advantage of a new opportunity for ASU students to put innovative ideas into action solving community problems.
ASU’s School of Public Affairs now offers Arizona’s first professional undergraduate degree program in public service and public policy.
The Arizona Board of Regents approved ASU’s tuition proposal for the 2011 academic year at ABOR’s regular meeting.
ASU's Emeritus College Mentoring Center offers a place where any faculty member or student can go to get a little operational and career help, anonymously.
ASU has been honored with the highest federal recognition a university can receive for its commitment to volunteering, service learning and civic engagement.
Teams from the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law recently dominated the Regional Round of the American Bar Association's Representation in Mediation Competition.
When Benjamin Sanchez, a freshman economics major, chose ASU over Brown University, he knew he had made the right decision. He just didn't realize that he would start to love Pac-10 sports.
The Herberger Institute Winter Study abroad in Dubai program allows students to continue their education about themselves and their coursework, in and out of the classroom.
At 20, ASU student Sable Williams is the driving force behind an innovative children’s theatre program in a Tempe grade school.
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