April 18, 2014

Social Science


Cruz published in prominent Mexican academic magazine

Law professor Evelyn Cruz, published an article in "Voices of Mexico," a Mexican academic magazine.


ASU hosts 'a conversation with Nina Totenberg'

On Feb. 11, ASU welcomes Nina Totenberg to its Tempe campus to present the annual John P. Frank Memorial Lecture.


Social Science:  Anthropologist examines friendship across cultures

The innovative work being done by anthropologist Daniel Hruschka is the subject of a new book, "Friendship: Development, Ecology, and Evolution of a Relationship," and a recent interview with PLoS' Neuroanthropology.


Sustainability | Students | Social Science:  ASU students study sustainability in Dubai

A group of Arizona State University students recently participated in a two-week study abroad program in Dubai.


Finding footprints: how ancient people affect modern landscapes

ASU scientists are exploring the impact of past people's actions on present-day ecosystems.


Nontraditional student is first grad of transdisciplinary math program

As a child, Andrea Feiler’s favorite toys were her microscope and telescope. She dreamed of becoming a scientist.


News coverage | Social Science:  Extreme speech expert expounds on effects of 'razor-sharp' words

In an interview with CNN's "American Sauce" podcast host Lisa Desjardins, ASU professor Steven Corman helped shed light on the potentially grave effects of the hostility of words.


Students' worldviews change as they assist others

Doug Kelley's Inner-City Families course helps students learn about themselves as they help community service organizations.


Expert aims to make archaeology accessible

Francis P. McManamon has spent decades protecting and promoting North America's archaeological legacy.


Global health grad sees difference program makes

When Afton Chavez took her first college chemistry class, she discovered a passion for science and a desire to enter the field of medicine.

Syndicate content