April 21, 2014



Health innovators to be honored at Founders' Day event

The ASU Alumni Association will honor outstanding faculty members and alumni who have contributed to health research and initiatives at its annual Founders' Day Awards Dinner, slated for 6 p.m., Feb. 20, 2014.


Alum solving problems of hospital waste, sustainability

Rud Moe, a School of Sustainability and School of Earth and Space Exploration graduate, is now a hospital sustainability specialist for Stericycle.


Sustainability grad changes with the world

Emma Huizar-Felix, a School of Sustainability alum, wants to open her own business and consult on energy efficiency.


8 Sun Devil CEOs lead companies on Technology Fast 500 list

Eight alumni from ASU are CEOs of companies named to Deloitte’s 2013 Technology Fast 500 list, according to information released by Deloitte on Nov. 12.


Engineering grad's science fiction featured in new book

A recent ASU engineering grad writes science fiction that explores questions about the societal impacts of wielding technological power.


Arts / Culture | Alumni:  PBS Newshour features work by ASU instructor, alum

Poet Dexter Booth showcased his latest work, titled "The Body," in a weekly poetry series for PBS News Hour.


ASU Alumni Association adds 4 new groups to chapter network

The ASU Alumni Association recently added four new groups to its chapter network, bringing the total number of groups operated by the association and its alumni volunteers to 106.


ASU alum scores big in World Series of Screenwriting

An ASU alumnus has been awarded top prize in the World Series of Screenwriting Competition. Allison Miller’s “Nowhere” was selected as the World Series Champion, the contest’s most coveted prize.


Winners of 'What’s On Your Plate' contest announced

The ASU Alumni Association announced Nov. 1 that Brian Webster and Becky Smith are the winners of the association’s "What’s On Your Plate" contest.


Cronkite alum keeps supporters in mind while landing position with NBC

ASU alum Jarrod Nelson is achieving his dream of working in the news associates program at NBC, thanks to his perseverance and a scholarship from the Arizona Broadcasters Association.

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