June 29, 2015



ASU Alumni Association brings home 7 awards for writing, design

The ASU Alumni Association recently received four awards in the 26th annual Awards for Publication Excellence competition, as well as three awards from the American Inhouse Design Awards.


How much do you know about ASU Sparky Plates?

Learn the backstory of ASU's collegiate license plate program (also known as the Sparky Plate) by listening to a head-to-head quiz between two current Medallion Scholars, who benefit from sales of the plate.


ASU alum honored with Lambda award for gay poetry

Arizona State University alum Rigoberto González was recently named the recipient of the 2014 Lambda Literary Award for gay poetry for his 2013 book, “Unpeopled Eden.”


ASU alum helps millennials build a more sustainable future

The eEcosphere app, developed by an Arizona State University alumnus, matches millennials with personally tailored ideas and quality local resources to build a more sustainable lifestyle.


ASU alum helps urban dwellers find sense of place

Urban anthropologist and ASU alumnus Katrina Johnston-Zimmerman is passionate about people and public spaces – and bringing them together.


ASU asks for help verifying alumni veterans who died serving their country

As Memorial Day approaches, the ASU Alumni Veterans Chapter honors the university’s fallen by sharing the names of student veterans from World War I and after who never came home.


Knight Foundation president unveils new grant for Cronkite alumni

The president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation announced the establishment of a special $250,000 grant for ASU journalism graduates to accelerate innovation in newsrooms across the country.


ASU offers career fair series this summer

ASU Career Services is offering a summer career fair series of events for ASU students, recent graduates and alumni of all majors starting May 19.


ASU's nutrition program: 100 years in the making

Walk through the glass doors of ASU's Kitchen Café and you will find a sleek, modern kitchen staffed by nutrition majors – a far cry from a time when students sat at wooden desks, wrote on chalkboards and used miniature gas stoves to cook.


Class of 2009: College of Public Programs

Two alumni from the College of Public Programs' class of 2009 have discovered new opportunities despite graduating in the midst of an economic recession.

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