April 17, 2014

News coverage


Public service | News coverage:  Professor comments on how redefining sexual crimes affects cases

Public radio program Life of the Law featured Cassia Spohn, a foundation professor in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Arizona State University.


Science | Environment | News coverage:  Commemorating 100 years since the world's hottest temperature

Randy Cerveny was in Death Valley on July 10 participating along with other weather enthusiasts in a ceremony to recognize the century-old record.


Popko comments on teacher sentencing

Law professor Zig Popko was quoted in a July 10 article written by Scott Orr, titled, "Judge will decide sentence for former teacher who violated probation by downloading pornographic images," in The Daily Courier in Prescott, Ariz.


University | Innovation / Entrepreneurship | News coverage:  ASU programs nurture entrepreneurial initiative

Sethuraman "Panch" Panchanathan describes Arizona State University's entrepreneurial spirit in his latest column in The Arizona Republic.


Sustainability | News coverage | Life Science:  The power is yours: Tracking emissions with the Ventus Project

In a Co.EXIST article by Stan Alcorn, ASU researcher Kevin Gurney discusses his tool, the Ventus Project, an online portal that allows everyday citizens to record nearby carbon-emitting power plants.


Sustainability | Environment | News coverage:  Will thirsty Phoenix survive climate change?

In an article as part of USA Today's "Weathering the Change" series, author Doyle Rice profiles Phoenix's long battle to supply its growing residents with water with comments from ASU scientists Nancy Selover.


Law professor comments on digital fingerprinting

Zig Popko, clinical professor of law and director of the College of Law’s Post-Conviction Clinic, was quoted in a July 9 article written by Michelle Mitchell in The Arizona Republic.


Earth / Space | News coverage:  Updating our nuclear intelligence

In an op-ed for the New York Times, ASU theoretical physicist Laurence Krauss writes about President Obama's recent call on Russia to join the U.S. in negotiating a mutual reduction in nuclear arms.


News coverage:  Tempe, ASU target bike thefts, registry for fall

Arizona State University and Tempe officials are ramping up efforts to increase bike registration and curb theft.


Law | Alumni | News coverage:  ASU's efforts to employ law grads applauded

A recent op-ed published on AZCentral applauded ASU's launch of the Alumni Law Group, a teaching law firm that will hire and mentor recent graduates of the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law.

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