March 03, 2015

News coverage


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.


Sustainability | News coverage | Life Science:  The dirty but necessary way to feed 9 billion people

ASU's James Elser and Bruce Rittmann propose a radical three-part solution to the challenge of dwindling supplies of phosphorus, a key ingredient in fertilizer.


Arts / Culture | Humanities | News coverage:  Professor bids farewell to prominent author, friend

ASU professor James Blasingame writes a special farewell tribute to friend Ned Vizzini, a prominent author of young adult literature.


ASU law professor discusses Indian Legal Program's 25th anniversary

Rebecca Tsosie, Regents’ Professor of Law, and Diane Enos, president of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, recently appeared as guests on Eight’s Horizon to discuss the Indian Legal Program’s 25th Anniversary.


Kittrie comments on work in nuclear non-proliferation

Orde Kittrie, Professor of Law, was recently quoted in an article in The Arizona Republic about his work in nuclear non-proliferation.


ASU law professor comments on NSA surveillance

Robert Clinton, foundation professor of law, was recently quoted in an article about NSA surveillance and the effect it has on Americans.


Sustainability | News coverage | Life Science:  ASU researchers address unique solution to major agricultural problem

In a recent Slate article, ASU professors Jim Elser and Bruce Rittman presented two vastly different scenarios of the future.


News coverage:  ASU technology among 10 ideas to change the world

The CNN 10 recently asked: Where do good ideas come from? One answer was ASU.


College of Law conference featured in Downtown Devil

“Before the Shooting Starts: Predicting and Preventing Rampage Killings,” a conference recently held by the ASU College of Law, was featured in an article by Becky Brisly for the Downtown Devil.


Research | Engineering | Innovation / Entrepreneurship | News coverage:  ASU team uses computer science to aid lives of the disabled

Sethuraman "Panch" Panchanathan, director of ASU's Center for Cognitive Ubiquitous Computing, tells of his vision for engineering technology to have a positive social impact.

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