June 03, 2015



Forum explores Phoenix's rapid growth and future

Electricity and water built Phoenix from a sleepy desert town in the early 20th century into the thriving metropolis that it is today. They’re key to a sustained future but steps must be taken now to ensure their availability say experts who served on ASU's Zocalo Public Square forum, "Should Phoenix Exist?"


ASU Alumni Association welcomes new class of 30 Medallion Scholars

The Medallion Scholarship program, the Alumni Association’s signature scholarship initiative, incorporates components of leadership, scholarship and service. Scholars receive four-year, renewable scholarships of $3,000 annually.


Experts discuss need for cross-border collaborations in higher education, research

University presidents, faculty, international leaders and experts convened at ASU to discuss the role that higher education and research institutions play in advancing quality of life, sustainability and economic development in the Arizona-Sonora region.


ASU cohort ready to bring community into classrooms

Eleven Native American educators, already working in early-education classrooms in the Gila River Indian Community, received their bachelor's degrees after completing an innovative two-year program offered by Arizona State University.


Convocation celebrates graduates, reinforces Hispanic education

Arizona State University will conclude its week of graduation ceremonies on May 16 with record-breaking success and festivities that mark more than 30 years of growth in the number of Hispanic graduates.


ASU receives grant to immerse teacher candidates in communities

ASU's iTeachAZ program is expanding beyond the school walls and into the communities with a $900,000, three-year grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.


Giving everyday citizens a voice in global policy decisions

On June 6, thousands of average citizens around the world, including a group of 100 at Arizona State University, will have the opportunity to give their take on climate change and energy.


ASU president: Major progress needed to bolster Latino success in higher education

The need is urgent to address the Latino education gap, said ASU President Michael M. Crow, at an event hosted by the Helios Education Foundation, April 30.


Children get hands-on engineering experiences at ASU DiscoverE Day

About 2,500 young students got an interactive introduction to engineering at DiscoverE Day presented by ASU's Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.


From robots to golf: 10 cool summer camps at ASU

Sure, your kids could spend the summer in front of the TV or Xbox, but why not turn up the volume on their summer experience with these 10 cool camps available at ASU? From robots to golf to digital art, there's something here to spark a variety of interests.

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