July 05, 2015



As her soccer career ends, medical school beckons

After three years as one of the top collegiate soccer defenders in the country – and three straight years of earning First-Team Pac-10 All-Academic honors – ASU's Liz Harkin is hanging up her soccer cleats and heading for medical school.


Computer club offers students more job skills

A student club offers ASU students opportunities to sharpen their job skills by providing training on the latest computer software programs.


Cronkite School graduate earns broadcasting experience

Natalie Podgorski graduates in December with a bachelor's degree from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, a 3.99 grade point average and a resume full of practical experience.


Tuition program draws students from across the West

Students from 14 Western states are taking advantage of a program enabling them to save on tuition costs as they pursue degrees through ASU's New College.


Student enjoys sharing her college experiences with others

When Nina Argade gives prospective students a tour of the Arizona State University campus in Tempe, they’re often “blown away a bit.”


Student's work with algae garners funding

ASU's Joshua Wray has earned recognition and funding support for his doctoral research on the development of a new bioreactor design for use in wastewater treatment.


ASU students bring the fun of Camp Sparky to elementary schools

Going to college seems a remote possibility for many fifth graders. But a group of ASU students has set out to change their thinking, by bringing the fun of college learning experiences to them.


Sciences open new worlds for honors student

Jacqueline Fitton is an ASU senior from Palmdale, Calif., who originally started her college career as a kinesiology major, but switched to biological sciences when she realized she enjoyed science on a cellular level.


Students to serve peers for Thanksgiving holiday

The Student Nutrition Council at ASU's Polytechnic campus will host Thanksgiving dinner for about 150 students and their families from the Polytechnic and Downtown campuses on Nov. 25.


ASU ROTC cadet receives memorial scholarship named for Marine

Now in her fourth year as a cadet in the Army ROTC program at ASU, Miranda Beck is the inaugural recipient of the CWO II L. Brian Callan Perseverance Scholarship, named for a Phoenix native and ASU alumnus.

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