April 18, 2014



Project Humanities hosts 'Funniest ASU Teacher' competition

Arizona State University's Project Humanities is proud to announce the second annual Funniest ASU Teacher competition.


A message to faculty, staff from ASU Counseling Services

Arizona State University Counseling Services recognizes that 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.


How to become a certified Green Lab at ASU

Did you know that laboratories consume at least three times the energy rate of a traditional classroom? Find out how to lessen your lab's carbon footprint.


Participants needed for same-sex relationship study

How same-sex partners cope with stress in their relationship is the subject of a new online study, and participants are needed.


Sun Devil Business Directory showcases alumni-owned enterprises

Arizona State University alumni can find Sun Devil-owned businesses nationwide, thanks to the Sun Devil Business Directory, which recently was launched by the ASU Alumni Association.


Information security alert on OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability

On April 7, a serious vulnerability was publicized for all systems that use OpenSSL software.


Sun Devil Technology Center to hold one-day only Apple computer sale

For one day only, Sun Devil Technology Center on the Tempe campus is offering to pay the sales tax on all Apple Macs and iPads for ASU faculty and staff.


ASU's Commission on the Status of Women creates staff mentoring program

Thanks to the ASU Commission on the Status of Women, there is now a university-wide mentoring program in place to provide mentoring opportunities for all staff.


ASU School of Transborder Studies holds first career development event

The ASU School of Transborder Studies will hold its first-ever Career Development Event for students, alumni and community members on April 15, providing expert advice and feedback about resumes, networking and preparation for the job market.


ASU employees invited to attend 2014 recognition celebrations

All ASU full- and part-time faculty and staff are invited to attend the upcoming 2014 Employee Recognition Celebration on their campus in appreciation of the many ways they serve the university and the greater Phoenix metro community.

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