October 07, 2015



Dean, student earn Engineers Week accolades

The Greater Phoenix Area Engineers Week coalition has found its 2011 outstanding educator and its outstanding engineering student at ASU.


Law students win annual legal writing award

Four law students have been honored with the prestigious Baird Award, an annual legal writing contest sponsored by the College of Law and the law firm Lewis & Roca.


Innovation Challenge winners announced

Student innovators took one step closer to realizing their dreams as 16 teams won a total of $48,000 in grant funding through the ASU Innovation Challenge.


Scholarship allows student to focus on academics, grades

Mechanical engineering technology major Stacy Greene was awarded a $3,000 scholarship from the Arizona chapter of the American Helicopter Society.


Student wows her mentors at Mayo with research achievement

Biomedical engineering major Madeline Grade may be the first undergraduate ever selected to present a research paper at the American Academy of Neurology annual meeting.


Sports | Students:  Day in the life of a Sun Devil

Sophomores Marcus Jackson and Trent Lockett take camera crews off the court and behind the scenes to give the public an idea of what life is like for a student-athlete at ASU.


Photography exhibit looks at digital communication

"www.VisualCorrespondence.com" is the name of a new art exhibition at ASU's Step Gallery.


Eyewitness to history: ASU junior reflects on his time in Egypt

Matt Scarvie, a history major and undergraduate fellow with the Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict, was in Tahrir Square the first days of the revolution.


Student enjoys range of opportunities, school spirit at ASU

Grace Hoy considered small, private schools in California before finalizing her decision to go to ASU.


Cronkite students cover MLB spring training

Journalism students will produce multimedia news coverage of the Milwaukee Brewers spring training for Wisconsin's largest news organization.

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