April 23, 2014



Lawrence Trice named ASU Male Athlete of the Week

Track & Field runner Lawrence Trice has been named ASU's Male Athlete of the Week for the week ending Jan. 30.


Indian Legal Clinic helps Gila River prosecutors win appeal

Derrick Beetso, a third-year law student in the Indian Legal Clinic, recently assisted ASU alumna April Olson in an appeal before the Court of Appeals of the Gila River Indian Community.


Young students make the engineering connection

Junior high school students mentored by leaders and faculty of ASU’s Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering displayed projects at the Arizona Science Center to demonstrate their emerging skills in math, science and engineering.


Study abroad program explores roots of conflict

A new interdisciplinary summer curriculum set in the Eastern Mediterranean region examines the roots of conflict and steps for resolution.


Completion fellowships awarded to 20 graduate students

Doctoral and master’s students receive support for completing their research and dissertation.


Staff members help students donate $10K to Haiti

ASU Bookstores has created a simple way for students to help Haiti by adding on a donation with their textbook purchase.


ASU serves veterans with 'Rucksacks to Backpacks'

The upcoming Rucksacks to Backpacks event is helping ASU guide and provide information to veterans as they return to higher education.


Students:  ASU student honored with MLK award

Dominick Hernandez, a senior business student at ASU's Polytechnic campus, is the 2010 recipient of ASU's Martin Luther King Servant-Leadership Award.


Counseling available to ASU community

Quality, low-cost counseling services are available on campus for ASU students, faculty and staff.


ASU students help children learn about MLK

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.

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