ASU students have created suggested activities for children and for school teachers who want to incorporate information on Martin Luther King, Jr. into their lesson plans.
A rigorous program at ASU is offering students an intimate look at Chinese language and culture – and the opportunity to succeed in the Chinese workplace.
ASU celebrates the ideals of Martin Luther King Jr with several scheduled events in January on all four campuses.
Two Arizona State University students took first and third places in the nation’s most prestigious intercollegiate journalism competition.
Building momentum since its 2007 inception, ASU’s Entrepreneur Advantage Project is giving students a taste of what it's like to be an entrepreneur.
The group photographic exhibition, An Equation of the Fanciful and Bizarre, features work by members of the ASU Photographers’ Association, and is juried by award-winning photographer Joel Meyerowitz.
ASU's sustainability efforts are featured in USA Today.
The ASU Alumni Association’s Senior Year Experience program has partnered with the Valley of the Sun Boys & Girls Clubs for the 2009-10 academic year.
Globe-trotting ASU junior Cole Wirpel has won an around-the-world study trip that will allow him to study community-driven development projects from China to Brazil.
An estimated 1,458 Arizona State University students graduated with degrees from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Dec. 17.
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