April 18, 2014



Bachelor of General Studies degree program offered for fall 2009

ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus is offering a Bachelor of General studies degree this fall geared at strengthening workforce skills while easing the path toward graduation.


Astronaut highlights summer science camp experience

An appearance by veteran astronaut, scientist, physician, and educator Bernard Harris will highlight a summer science camp at ASU in July.


Researchers meet at ASU to discuss swine flu strategies

Researchers from across North America are meeting at ASU to focus on understanding and possibly mitigating the spread of the H1N1 flu virus.


ASU Art Museum offers free exhibitions, events during summer

ASU Art Museum is presenting free and fun exhibitions and events for all ages; this summer includes the museum's 10th Annual Family Fun Day and family exhibition.


ASU Art Museum becomes catalyst for sustainability dialog

The fall 2009 season, titled Defining Sustainability, is a series of dynamic and interactive projects that will come together at the ASU Art Museum and Ceramics Research Center to illustrate ideas about sustainability.


Ortega to chair La Raza Board of Directors

College of Law alumna Daniel R. Ortega Jr. has been elected to chair the National Council of La Raza Board of Directors.


Kader receives pro bono award for assisting Holocaust survivors

The Holocaust Survivors Justice Network and its volunteers, including law professor David Kader, is the recipient of the American Bar Association's 2009 Pro Bono Publico Award.


West campus parents present Pat Tillman artwork to fitness center

Respect and admiration for the way former ASU student-athlete Pat Tillman lived life has inspired the parents of two West campus students to donate artwork representing his legacy to the campus fitness center.


Video displays redefine 'art' of shopping

Student video artists are getting more than they bargained for as their artwork is being displayed on the LED video screen at the Tempe Marketplace.


Calleros, law-school community assist with CCLI event

Professor Charles Calleros recently led several students and staff from the College of Law in providing information, inspiration, and skill-building for about 50 high school students participating in the ASU Cesar Chavez Leadership Institute.

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