July 02, 2015



Childhood dream takes ASU grad to London for work in neurology

For one recent first-generation graduate, access to a college education, inspiring faculty and the opportunity to conduct real-world research are empowering her drive to become a neurologist.


Renewable energy law expert appointed director at ASU

Troy Rule has been appointed the faculty director of ASU's Program on Law and Sustainability, in the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law.


ASU, Nigerian center partner to turn waste into a resource

The first international Resource Innovation and Solutions Network hub will research and implement waste efficiency in the second-fastest growing city in Africa, Lagos.


ASU students use radical solutions to advise local wildlife nonprofit

Sustainability, architecture and design students create and present water-saving building techniques for Liberty Wildlife Foundation's new facility.


ASU partners with international network to improve lives worldwide

The Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives have joined an international network committed to improving life through the development and implementation of USAID-funded programs.


Alumni Association seeks nominations for Founders’ Day Awards

The ASU Alumni Association is accepting nominations for its annual Founders’ Day Awards, which will be presented at the Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa on Thursday, March 5, 2015.


ASU center builds sustainable communities through student fellowships

ASU sustainability students are putting their knowledge to good use, gaining real-world experience and bringing sustainable practices to their local communities through fellowships provided by the Stardust Center for Affordable Homes and the Family.


ASU, Albania partner to advance nation's sustainability, education quality

Arizona State University has received a $100,000 grant from the Open Society Foundation for Albania to study energy-efficient schools.


ASU scientists support call for inclusion in conservation

A recent letter signed by 240 of the world's leading conservationists, including six from ASU's new Center for Biodiversity Outcomes, encourages an ethic of inclusiveness in the conservation field.


Sustainability | Science | News coverage:  ASU experts weigh in on Phoenix-Tucson water-sharing agreement

A recent Wall Street Journal article based on the Phoenix-Tucson water-sharing agreement highlights the growing trend among drought-ridden regions, especially in the desert Southwest, of sharing valuable natural resources such as water.

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