An ASU program that helps parents transform their children’s educational experience has won the regional 2009 C. Peter Magrath University Community Engagement Award.
Dual exhibits at the ASU Museum of Anthropology have shattered attendance records and are continuing to draw crowds.
Jason Sipe, alumnus of the ASU Herberger College School of Music, ensures that his alma mater has pianos available for faculty, student and concert use.
ASU's Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering is expanding the summer "CampGame" program for teens that teaches the fundamentals of computer video game development.
Since 1977, museums around the world have joined to celebrate their mission with an International Museum Day each May 18. ASU will celebrate the day this year on May 13.
Matthew C. Whitaker, associate professor of history, was elected president of the board of directors at the George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center in Phoenix.
The energy level was pulsating at North High School in Phoenix when nearly 1,000 high school students talked science, politics and economics with three Nobel Laureates and an ASU theoretical physicist.
Maxwell J. Mehlman, a renowned expert in the field of law, ethics and human enhancement, will deliver two lectures as part of the Templeton Research Lectures at ASU.
Due to an illness physicist Stephen Hawking has digitally recorded the presentation he intended to give in person April 6 at the ASU Origins Symposium.
The Earth Day Feastival event at ASU's Polytechnic campus gives the community an opportunity to enjoy locally grown food and learn about sustainable endeavors.
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