May 04, 2015



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?


A message to faculty, staff from ASU Counseling Services

The end of the semester is a time that some students may be particularly susceptible to stress and anxiety related to academic and financial pressures. Learn how you can help as an ASU faculty or staff member.


Employee recognition celebrations to be held in May

All Arizona State University full- and part-time faculty and staff are invited to attend one of the upcoming 2015 Employee Recognition Celebrations, which will be held on all four ASU campuses in May.


ASU, edX partnership: Transforming the landscape of higher education

With the announcement of the Global Freshman Academy, ASU becomes a charter member of edX, joining universities like Harvard, MIT, Stanford, Georgetown and others in a shared commitment to excellence in teaching, learning and access to education.


Sun Devil Campus Stores holds ASU employee sale

The Sun Devil Campus Stores will be hosting a one-day sale exclusively for ASU employees on April 30.


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.


Participants needed for health information privacy study

Participants are needed for an ASU-supported study exploring individuals' perceptions of health information privacy and their technology use.


Life sciences professor receives outstanding mentor award

The ASU Faculty Women's Association presented School of Life Sciences professor Jon Harrison with its Outstanding Faculty Mentorship award to recognize his outstanding support and guidance of students – particularly women and underrepresented groups.

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