October 07, 2015



Former ASU law staffer to join US Indian Affairs office

The White House appointed Ann Marie Downes, ASU law class of 1994 and former executive director of the Indian Legal Program at ASU's Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, to serve in the assistant secretary's office of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, part of the U.S. Department of the Interior.


The 'Maker Movement' arrives at ASU

The "Maker Movement," a tech-enabled, do-it-yourself community that prizes hands-on experimentation in order to construct innovative solutions, has arrived at ASU.


ASU sustainability alum overcomes challenges to climb to the top

Sustainability alum Christa Brelsford, newly-crowned world champion in leg-amputee paraclimbing, uses her experience to do good in the world.


College of Law alum establishes new American Indian economic program

Thanks to his gift, Robert Rosette, an ASU College of Law alumnus and the founder of the law firm Rosette, LLP, has made it possible to establish the Rosette, LLP, American Indian Economic Development Program.


ASU alumni, staff win silver in international outrigger competition

The largest competitive outrigger canoe club in the state becomes the first Arizona team to win a medal in the International Va'a Federation Outrigger World Sprint Championships in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.


Football greats to be welcomed into ASU’s Ring Of Honor at luncheon

The ASU Alumni Association and the Sun Devil Club will welcome Eric Allen and Darren Woodson to the ASU Ring of Honor at its Oct. 31 Legends Luncheon.


ASU Alumni Association adds 4 new groups to chapter network

The Arizona State University 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 128.


Legal scholar returns to alma mater to help lead ASU criminology

Hank Fradella has been named the new associate director of Arizona State University's School of Criminology and Criminal Justice.


New star catalog reveals unexpected 'solar salad'

An Arizona State University alumnus has devised the largest catalog ever produced for stellar compositions, with some unexpected results.


ASU alum uses global health degree to serve Arizona's kids

Keeping kids healthy is Jason Gillette's business. As the director of School Health for the Arizona Department of Education, the Arizona State University alumnus is dedicated to creating and improving healthy school environments.

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