July 05, 2015



ASU Green Devils honored for sustainability habits

The Green Devils are striving to empower over 1,000 of their colleagues to incorporate sustainability into everyday workplace decisions through peer-to-peer education, support and collaboration.


ASU Alumni Association brings home 7 awards for writing, design

The ASU Alumni Association recently received seven awards in the 27th annual Awards for Publication Excellence competition.


ASU research survey offers chance to win Amazon gift card

Researchers are seeking participants for a 30-minute online survey about personal, family, social and cultural experiences, attitudes and behaviors.


American Sign Language workshop open to ASU faculty, staff

The American Sign Language (ASL) faculty in the Department of Speech and Hearing Science invite Arizona State University faculty and staff to the ASL in Higher Ed workshop.


ASU project on adolescent home environments needs participants

Volunteers are needed for an ASU project that is looking to learn more about the home environments of adolescents between the ages of 16-20.


Vendor showcase assists employees in planning ASU events

The ASU Office of Special Events is inviting the ASU community to visit with more than 70 vendors who supply the university with event coordinating services.


ASU blue bag recycling program keeps trash out of landfill

The ASU Recycling team has created an additional method for the ASU community to recycle on the Tempe campus.


ASU receives recycling bin grant from Coca-Cola, Keep America Beautiful

ASU will receive 75 of the more than 3,600 recycling bins that are being distributed to 37 colleges and universities as part of the Coca-Cola/Keep America Beautiful Recycling Bin Grant Program.


Smartphone study seeks participants ages 35-64

Participants between the ages of 35 and 64 are needed for a research study testing a new health-related smartphone app.


Changemaker Challenge winners reach out to those expressing thoughts of suicide on social media

Expressions of suicidal thinking or intent should never be ignored. But what happens when a message of desperation is lost in the noise of internet chatter?

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