March 30, 2015

Grants / Awards


Research fellows in religion and conflict win prestigious awards

The Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict is pleased to announce that four students from the Center’s Undergraduate Research Fellows Program have received prestigious scholarships to help them continue their studies in the United States and abroad.


ASU journalism school launches business reporting program

Arizona State University's Cronkite School is establishing a business reporting program through a $1 million grant from the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation that will offer ASU students unparalleled experiences while producing critical business and economic stories.


ASU journalism students continue to accrue accolades

Students at ASU's Cronkite School earned awards and recognition in reporting, photography and public relations, among other areas, for work done during the 2013-2014 academic year.


ASU dean honored for environmental engineering achievements

Paul Johnson, dean of ASU’s Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, is recognized for work to protect human health from impacts of soil and water contaminants.


ASU, partners to explore community connections through arts grant

The Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture Public Art Program, in partnership with Friendly House and Arizona State University's School of Film, Dance and Theatre, will receive a $100,000 National Endowment for the Arts Our Town grant.


New grant brings latest broadcast technology to ASU journalism school

Starting this fall, ASU students at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication will report live from across the state using cutting-edge technology, thanks to a new grant.


ASU student uses award to explore Mexico City's changing climate

ASU geography student Valeria Benson-Lira has received an award to help her examine the effects of Mexico City's urbanization on its regional climate.


ASU Regents' Professor named higher education 'Woman of the Year'

Rachel Fuchs, Arizona State University Regents’ Professor and Foundation Professor of history, has been named the 2014 Woman of the Year by the Arizona Women in Higher Education.


Hospital's cardiac care boosted by ASU biomedical engineers

A new grant will enable ASU biomedical engineers to expand their work to help a local hospital improve its cardiac care.


ASU math professor earns international Marie Curie fellowship

An Arizona State University professor is traveling to London to help develop a qualitative theory for describing the long-term, unusual and hard-to-predict behavior in random processes that arise in physics, biology, finance and other areas of science.

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