February 26, 2015

Social Science


Passion for music, global health drives ASU graduate

This fall, Cecilia Chou will graduate from ASU with bachelor's degrees in global health and music performance. She's been selected as a Dean's Medalist, and will be given special recognition at the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences convocation ceremony.


ASU undergrads win Circumnavigator Awards

Arizona State University undergrads Annie Carson and Nirali Patel have been named 2015 Circumnavigator Award winners.


Applied math is undergrad's ticket to law enforcement

Undergraduate Nathan Brockman is using ASU's applied mathematics program to build a solid foundation for a career in law enforcement.


News coverage | Social Science:  ASU archaeologist promotes Arizona's petroglyph treasure trove

Arizona State University archaeologist Arleyn Simon recently gave KJZZ's Nadine Arroyo Rodriguez a tour of the rock art at South Mountain and discussed the state's wealth of petroglyphs, which are often right under hikers' noses.


ASU undergrad recognized for research on infectious diseases

Charis Royal may be an undergraduate, but she is already conducting research that could lead to improvements in disease detection and emergency response to pandemics.


War stories told through social media documented in new book

ASU assistant professor Manuel Avilés-Santiago has documented the stories, images and songs of Puerto Rican soldiers by following their narratives on social media.


ASU Sanford School a national leader in social sciences

Arizona State University's Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics is ranked No. 1 for adolescence/emerging adulthood programs, No. 2 in child development programs and No. 3 overall.


ASU technology weaves electronics, indigenous culture

The misconception that technology includes anything with a microchip is prevalent today, but technology goes beyond just mere circuits and wires in ASU's E2 Textiles Project.


Alumni | News coverage | Social Science:  Pueblo Grande ceramics exhibit based on ASU alum's dissertation

A new exhibit at Pueblo Grande Museum highlights Hohokam pottery and recent findings regarding its production and distribution.


ASU undergrad 'taps' into anthropology

Arizona State University undergraduate student Maximilian Bourque is channeling his passion for dance, culture and athletics into a program that blends anthropology and sports marketing.

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