March 31, 2015

Public service

03/30/15

New Public Service Academy at ASU promotes leadership, collaboration

Arizona State University announced a first-of-its-kind Public Service Academy today – a specialized program to develop leaders of tomorrow that are prepared to create solutions for society's biggest challenges through effective collaboration.

03/16/15

Public service | News coverage:  ASU researchers detail participatory budgeting experiment

Two ASU researcher detailed a Phoenix high school's participatory budgeting experiment – the first of its kind in the U.S. – in an article that was featured in TIME.

03/12/15

New scholarship honors a commitment to education

As an honor to their parents, Carlton and Audrey Yoshioka established the Yoshioka Hossbach Maroon and Gold Scholarship at Arizona State University.

03/11/15

ASU students explore beauty standards worldwide

Arizona State University sophomores Jenny Butzbach and Megann Phillips are about to undertake a rather unique approach to studying abroad this summer when they head to Santiago, Dominican Republic in August.

03/10/15

New app combats danger of driver impairment

The Center for Emergency Management and Homeland Security at Arizona State University has developed a new app aimed at giving both drivers and law enforcement an easy way to detect impairment.

03/05/15

Morrison poll: Arizonans still see illegal immigration as problem

Arizonans largely continue to see illegal immigration as a major problem but believe undocumented immigrants should be treated humanely, according to a recent poll by ASU's Morrison Institute for Public Policy and the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.

03/02/15

ASU to host economic development experts

The upcoming ASU Annual Public Finance Conference, March 12-13 in downtown Phoenix, will bring together experts from around the country to explore innovations in public finance.

02/27/15

Work of professors reflects ASU college's new name

The College of Public Service and Community Solutions is more than a new name. It's a reflection of those who study, conduct research and teach at the Arizona State University college.

02/19/15

Study casts new light on gang membership in the US

A recent study of U.S. teenagers found that while economically disadvantaged minority youth are more likely to join gangs than other demographic groups, gang members come from all backgrounds.

02/18/15

ASU professor gives aging community new life

ASU community resources professor Wendy Hultsman devised and oversaw an 18-month project to revitalize an active retirement RV resort community in Mesa.

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