April 27, 2015



Communities connect in the name of learning something new

From coffee meet-ups to workshops to arts and crafts, “Communities Connect Dialogues” is a new university collaborative designed to bring the ASU community together in the name of learning something new.


Rep. David Lujan to discuss civic leadership

On April 1, Rep. Lujan and ASU history professor Eduardo Pagan will address leadership in challenging times.


Brain food: Children experience neuroscience at ASU

Fifth graders from Kyrene de la Sierra Elementary School in Phoenix got a very hands-on look at brains as part of a Brain Fair for children at Arizona State University.


News coverage | Community:  ASU program pairs Native American teachers with students

Research shows that Native American children who live on reservations have unique learning styles, so a program at ASU is helping place trained Native American teachers with these students to enhance their education.


Osher students eligible for West campus gym membership

While students age 50 and over keep their minds exercised in Osher Lifelong Learning classes, they can also keep their bodies in shape with a membership offer from the Diablo Performance Recreation Center.


Volunteers needed for vaccination exercise

Three of ASU's campuses will hold a mass vaccination exercise to simulate a real-world scenario in a flu pandemic or other health emergency.


ASU report reveals rising prescription drug abuse

A recently released survey of Maricopa County jail facilities reveals a striking increase in the use of prescription painkillers among new inmates.


ASU celebrates life and legacy of Cesar Chavez

ASU is celebrating the life and legacy of civil rights leader Cesar Chavez with a day of service and learning.


ASU receives presidential recognition for community service

ASU has been honored with the highest federal recognition a university can receive for its commitment to volunteering, service learning and civic engagement.


Napolitano to speak at ASU on national security

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano will be at ASU March 25 to deliver the John P. Frank Memorial Lecture on "Meeting New and Evolving Threats to Our National Security."

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