April 24, 2014

Grants / Awards

01/03/14

'Math is a lot of fun' says Dean's Medalist Zahra Hussaini

Dean's Medalist Zahra Hussaini is going places. She knits, reads textbooks for fun, enjoys problem-solving and tells us why math is a lot of fun.

12/20/13

Students win grant to tackle global poverty

Students in ASU's College of Technology and Innovation are recipients of a $10,000 grant to advance their project to tackle global poverty.

12/12/13

Math researcher earns prestigious START Prize

Clemens Heitainger, ASU assistant professor of applied mathematics, has been named one of the top young researchers by the Austrian Minister of Science.

12/11/13

ASU bioarchaeologist to lead team in piecing together Sudan's ancient past

With over $1 million in funding from a joint Qatari-Sudanese initiative, ASU associate professor Brenda Baker will lead an international team of researchers in uncovering and preserving parts of Sudan's archaeological record.

12/05/13

Engineering project aims at improving disaster response networks

Arizona State University and University of Arizona engineers are teaming on a national project to develop a more technologically advanced and reliable disaster-response network.

12/05/13

Engineering | Renewable energy | News coverage | Grants / Awards:  Quest to boost solar-cell performance

In a TV interview, ASU engineer Stuart Bowden describes a new research project aimed at making a big advance in solar-energy technology.

12/04/13

Professor receives high honor for contributions to geography

The Association of American Geographers has selected Wei Li for one of its highest awards – the 2014 Ronald F. Abler Distinguished Service Honors.

11/25/13

Engineering project shows promise for advances in lighting technology

An ASU engineering research team's project shows promise for advancing technologies to improve text and image displays on electronic devices.

11/14/13

ASU receives grant to partner with Pakistan women's college

ASU is participating in an academic exchange program with Kinnaird College, a 100-year-old women's college in Pakistan, thanks to a grant from the U.S. Department of State.

11/04/13

ASU engineer wins international group's 2013 educator award

ASU has one of the world’s top educators in facilities management, according to an international organization dedicated to the field.

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