October 13, 2015



ASU neuroscientist earns 'difference maker' award for work with students

Heather Bimonte-Nelson is the 2010 recipient of the Gary S. Krahenbuhl Difference Maker Award presented by ASU’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.


Phoenix school celebrates academic success

Eight, Arizona PBS helped the Friendly House Academia del Pueblo Elementary Charter School celebrate its new "Performing Plus" status at a backpack event that handed out educational materials to children and their families.


Kids try their hands at robotics technology

Youngsters recently got some interactive experience with advanced robotics technology at ASU's Biomechatronics Lab.


Hard work, volunteering turns student's academics around

Jesse Rojko admits he wasn’t the best student at Prescott High School, but with hard work and dedication, he gained honors student status and is now looking toward law school.


Collaborative workshop on sustainable future wins honor

A workshop course on future scenarios for agriculture and water in Arizona has won the President's Award for Sustainability.


Eight, Arizona PBS, helps voters prepare for election day

Eight, Arizona PBS, has provided Arizona residents with a voter’s guide and other helpful election day information regarding Proposition 100 – a proposed 1 percent sales tax increase in Arizona.


Poly to celebrate low impact Earth Day birthday

An Earth Day celebration will showcase academic and research projects and programs relating to the environment or sustainability, as well as "green" activities, food and music.


Springtime perfect setting for annual outdoor film fest

For one night only, enjoy short films and videos underneath the stars at the 14th annual Short Film and Video Festival, presented by the ASU Art Museum.


Students' poems selected for community series

Three ASU students poems have been selected to be part of the 7th Avenue Streetscape Series 6, and had its debut during the First Friday Art Walk on April 2.


Lecture explores arena blood games of ancient Rome

The Central Arizona Society of the Archaeological Institute of America hosts a lecture on the arena spectacle of the Roman Empire, April 15 at ASU’s Tempe campus.

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