May 24, 2015

Public service


Academy helps emerging leaders from international nonprofits

The American Express Leadership Academy, delivered by ASU's Thunderbird School of Global Management this week, brought together 30 leaders and managers from 10 international social-purpose organizations to enhance their leadership skills.


ASU professors prepare national tool kit for police use of body-worn cameras

Two Arizona State University criminology and criminal justice professors are the primary authors of a new online tool kit for police departments nationwide to implement the use of body-worn video cameras.


From baseball to policy: The journey of leading public administration scholar Barry Bozeman

Barry Bozeman was the first in his family to go to college. Today, he is one of the nation's leading scholars in public administration in the School of Public Affairs, part of ASU's College of Public Service and Community Solutions.


Public parks could provide economic benefits

Is it possible to demonstrate how an investment in public parks can provide an economic return? Arizona State University researchers investigate – with profitable results.


National service leader Wendy Spencer to address ASU public service grads

Wendy Spencer, CEO of the Corporation for National and Community Service, will deliver the keynote convocation speech for spring 2015 graduates of Arizona State University’s College of Public Service and Community Solutions.


ASU Tucson graduation a celebration of community, commitment

A sign of the strong sense of community that defines the Arizona State University Tucson campus, more than 1,300 people came out to congratulate the 100 graduates in the School of Social Work.


Public service | News coverage:  Video visitations could play important role in prisons

Used to be if you wanted to communicate with a friend or family member serving time, you had three options: A letter, a collect phone call or a visit to the jail or prison at a designated time


ASU social work student refuses to yield to adversity

Arturo Virgen-Sandoval is proud to be among the undergraduates who will have degrees conferred May 11 at ASU. But his path was not always easy. Four weeks ago he received a cancer diagnosis and doctors urged him to put everything on hold – including his studies.


Public service grads embrace a commitment to help others

Five graduating students from the College of Public Service and Community Solutions exemplify a commitment to public service and innovative thinking, finding solutions for the challenges in our community.


ASU clinic to provide downtown Phoenix residents with expanded services

Residents who live in a landmark downtown Phoenix affordable housing high-rise will benefit from a new state-of-the-art clinic being built by Arizona State University.

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