April 23, 2014

Public service


ASU emergency management program to establish international presence

ASU's Center for Emergency Management and Homeland Security has signed a memorandum of understanding with Serbia's International Security Institute, and could play a role in how the country handles future natural and human caused disasters.


'Sex Trafficking in Arizona' concludes downtown lecture series

Dominique Roe-Sepowitz will conclude the spring 2014 Humanities Lecture Series at ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus with her presentation, “Sex Trafficking In Arizona.”


ASU day of service draws record number of student volunteers

The 14th annual Devils in Disguise event last Saturday was a picture of success, as a record number of ASU students came out to volunteer their time and efforts.


Top female scholar named to lead ASU criminology school

Cassia Spohn will be the next director of the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, part of the College of Public Programs at ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus.


ASU Lodestar Center accepting applications for leadership academy

The ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Innovation is now accepting applications for the 2014-2015 Generation Next Nonprofit Leadership Academy, Class VII.


Reilly named director of Morrison Institute

Thom Reilly is the new director of the Morrison Institute for Public Policy, the state’s leading public policy think tank.


ASU Police Department supports victims of sexual violence

The ASU Police Department is joining other police agencies across the nation in signing the “Start by Believing” proclamation in support of victims of sexual violence.


Fostering a cross-cultural connection between US, China

ASU recently hosted the 2014 American Studies Seminar, bringing eight faculty members from Sichuan University in China to meet with faculty from throughout ASU.


Art exhibit honors late ASU dean April 4, 18

A new collaborative exhibit and art event is paying tribute to Debra Friedman, the former ASU vice president of the Downtown Phoenix campus.


ASU joins elite universities to design modern governance

Erik Johnston, director of the Center for Policy Informatics at ASU, will join an elite group of international experts on a major effort to improve governance.

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