March 29, 2015

News coverage


Environment | News coverage | Life Science:  America burning: the Yarnell Hill fire tragedy and the nation's wildfire crisis

ASU professor Steve Pyne is featured in a documentary by The Weather Channel, as it investigates the larger problem of U.S. wildfires.


Harvard's Kennedy School publishes article by ASU law professor

Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government published an article, titled "Iran Plays Games with the Geneva Deal," co-authored by ASU law professor Orde Kittrie and Olli Heinonen, former deputy director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency.


Law professor comments on Geneva nuclear deal

Professor Orde Kittrie co-authored an op-ed piece published on Nov. 24 in the Wall Street Journal, titled “A Bad Agreement Likely to Get Worse," which analyzed the interim nuclear deal agreed to in Geneva on Nov. 24.


News coverage | Social Science:  Understanding the armed conflict in South Sudan

ASU professor Abdullahi Gallab says post-colonial Sudanese history reveals seeds for current violence in South Sudan.


Education | News coverage:  Herberger Academy student becomes youngest employee at Intel

Sixteen-year-old Joey Hudy, a student at ASU's Herberger Young Scholars Academy, has become Intel Corporation's youngest employee.


Public service | News coverage:  ASU research on police video cameras highlighted

The Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety is leading a study on the impact of uniform-mounted cameras used by Phoenix police officers.


Faculty and Staff | News coverage:  Communications professor gives tips for your 2014 game plan

Sarah Tracy, associate professor of organizational communication in the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication, offers advice on making your resolutions stick during 2014.


Arts / Culture | News coverage:  American Craft Council names ASU Art Museum exhibition in top 10 of 2013

The ASU Art Museum's crafting exhibition is named alongside others from institutions such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Corning Museum of Glass and the Mint Museum in Charlotte, N.C.


News coverage:  China tops Europe in research and development intensity

Denis Simon, an expert on Chinese science and innovation at ASU, says there is much risk aversion within the Chinese research and development system.


News coverage | Social Science:  People are key to destruction, protection of Arizona's archaeological sites

Today's technology is helping connect people with Arizona's rich historic and prehistoric landscape.

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