April 24, 2014

Grants / Awards


'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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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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