October 07, 2015



ASU baseball legacy comes to life at 2013 Alumni Game

Former players from seven different decades came together at Packard Stadium.


Alumni Association honors military Sun Devils at Founders' Day event

The ASU Alumni Association will honor alumni and faculty of ASU who have served in the U.S. military at its annual Founders' Day Awards Dinner, Feb. 21.


Baseball Legacy Dinner to feature top alumni players

A panel of successful pro baseball players who got their start at ASU will be the centerpiece of "Sun Devil Baseball Legacy: Celebrating ASU's 100+ Major Leaguers," Feb. 9.


ASU engineering alum helps Boeing's 'Little Bird' take on big tasks

An ASU alum is leading an engineering team that's helping the Boeing Company build a better high-performance aircraft.


Public art donation provides beauty, represents personal connections to ASU

"Pyrenean Stones," a bronze sculpture by Seattle-based artist Julie Speidel, has a new home on the Arizona State University Tempe campus.


ASU Day at the Capitol to showcase community, research projects

The ASU Alumni Association will showcase some of the university's most exciting current research projects and initiatives on Feb. 12 at its 27th ASU Day at the Capitol event.


Alumni Association to honor military heroes, university innovators at Founders' Day event

The ASU Alumni Association will honor outstanding faculty members and alumni who have contributed to the military or the security of the nation at its annual Founders' Day Awards Dinner, Feb. 21.


On the 10th day of giving, advocate for equal rights

Celebrate the season with ASU's "12 Days of Giving," leading up to Dec. 25 when the Sun Devils will help fight hunger in San Francisco, as part of the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl.


ASU alum Max Nickerson receives School of Life Sciences lifetime achievement award

ASU's School of Life Sciences honored Max Nickerson with the Distinguished Alumni Award to recognize a lifetime of achievements in vertebrate zoology and herpetology research.


Alum uses anthropology, cultural background to improve opportunities for Native Americans

Richard Meyers, tribal relations director at South Dakota State University, recognizes and empathizes with the extreme poverty in his own backyard.

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