April 27, 2015



New social networking site helps users make more sustainable decisions

ASU alum Andrew Krause and his mentor George Basile have launched an online community platform to help people identify and adopt ideas that match their personal sustainability goals.


Humanities | Alumni | Grants / Awards:  ASU grad wins Pulitzer for fiction

For his novel, "The Orphan Master's Son," ASU alumnus Adam Johnson has won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction. The award was announced April 15.


Alumni | News coverage:  Alum helps pave way for women in the Air Force

Jennifer Short kept at her dream of being a pilot and today is commander of the 358th Fighter Squadron.


College of Law alumnus featured in Baltimore Sun

A profile on the career of Sam Renaut, a recent graduate of the College of Law, was featured in the Baltimore Sun on March 20.


ASU Magazine highlights security research, nature-inspired design in latest issue

The March 2013 edition of ASU Magazine features a cover story on the university's research in the areas of defense, security and peacemaking.


ASU alum wins prestigious Peabody Award for ABC15 investigative series

ASU graduate Lauren Gilger won a prestigious George Foster Peabody Award for an ABC15 investigative series exposing a deadly acceleration defect in Ford Escapes that led to a massive recall of the SUVs.


Alum taps InnovationSpace for product development, improvements

ASU alumnus D.J. Todd has returned to his alma mater as a consultant to InnovationSpace in exploring new mobility concepts for wheelchair users.


Sun Devils support Pat's Run with 30 shadow runs across US

ASU alumni around the country will honor the legacy of former Arizona State and Arizona Cardinals football player Pat Tillman in conjunction with the popular Pat’s Run set to take place April 20 in Tempe, Ariz.


Alumnus named executive director of American Anthropological Association

Cultural anthropologist and ASU alumnus Edward Liebow recently began work as the executive director of the American Anthropological Association.


Seminar to help experienced adults plan encore careers for the greater good

The ASU Alumni Association will co-sponsor a free half-day workshop on March 26 designed for adults who seek new ways to use skills they have developed across their successful careers in order to contribute their experience and wisdom to their community.

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