June 30, 2015

News coverage


Arts / Culture | Science | News coverage:  Making music with drones at ASU's Emerge: The Carnival of the Future

What’s the best way to make music with drones? According to David Rothenberg, a visiting artist for ASU's Emerge 2014: The Carnival of the Future, let them give voice to their own secrets and struggles.


Journalism | News coverage:  ASU visiting professor discusses state of US auto industry

Micheline Maynard, visiting professor of business journalism at ASU, appeared as a guest panelist on NPR's "The Diane Rehm Show" to discuss the state of the U.S. auto industry.


University | Innovation / Entrepreneurship | News coverage:  ASU's commitment to change brings CGI U to Tempe

Arizona State University has been selected to host the 2014 Clinton Global Initiative University, "as a result of growing national and global recognition of ASU's commitment to transformational change.”


News coverage:  China's attempt to lure scientists not without its drawbacks

Denis Simon, vice provost of the Office of International Strategic Initiatives, comments on Chinese incentives to lure back expatriates and bring senior scientists to China with generous incentives.


Oregonian editor joins Cronkite School as visiting professor

Peter Bhatia, the award-winning editor of The Oregonian in Portland, is joining the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication as the Edith Kinney Gaylord Visiting Professor in Journalism Ethics at ASU.


Arts / Culture | Alumni | News coverage:  ASU grad lands lead role in Broadway's 'Book of Mormon'

Alexandra Ncube, who graduated from ASU in 2012 with a degree in theater, will star in the popular Broadway production, "The Book of Mormon."


Sports executive to lead ASU Cronkite sports bureau in Calif.

Tom Feuer, Emmy-winning sports television executive, is joining ASU's Cronkite School to head its new Southern California sports program.


Humanities | News coverage:  'The Future of Me': Using art to cross borders

In a Future Tense article for Slate, ASU Visionary in Residence Bruce Sterling muses about borders, open-source hardware, cultural dislocation and his interactive installation piece, “My Future Frontier/Mi Futura Frontera.”


Arts / Culture | Engineering | News coverage:  'The Future of Me': Technology is transforming traditional idea of the self

ASU Lincoln Professor Brad Allenby explores "The Future of Me" in a Future Tense article for Slate connected to ASU's Emerge: The Carnival of the Future event.


News coverage:  Is bitcoin poised to gain acceptance as an electronic currency?

Despite recent controversy, bitcoin may be here to stay, says ASU professor Ajay Vinze.

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