August 04, 2015

Grants / Awards


Mayo grant will advance ASU's development of device to aid diabetics

An ASU bioengineer and research partners at Mayo Clinic get support for the next stages of work on a tear-based glucose meter.


ASU design and engineering professor receives top national solar energy award

An ASU design and engineering professor has received the 2014 Yellott Award from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers at a national conference in Boston this summer.


ASU institute receives single-largest investment in human origins research

Thanks to a $4.9 million research grant from the John Templeton Foundation, scientists at ASU’s Institute of Human Origins will undertake a collaborative research project that seeks to increase our understanding of “how we became human.”


Government of France honors ASU professor

In recognition for her contribution to the French language and culture through scholarship and education, the Government of France has inducted Aleksandra Gruzinska, ASU professor of French, into the prestigious Order of the French Academic Palms at the grade of Chevalier.


ASU mathematicians receive international prize for research contributions

ASU professor Sergei Suslov and Regents’ Professor Carlos Castillo-Chavez have been awarded the Leonhard Euler Prize 2014 for their distinguished research contributions in the interface between mathematical sciences and the natural and social sciences.


ASU professor named Arizona Bioscience Educator of the Year

The Arizona Bioindustry Association has selected Miles Orchinik, an associate professor with Arizona State University’s School of Life Sciences, as the recipient of the 2014 Michael A. Cusanovich Arizona Bioscience Educator of the Year award.


ASU Cronkite School accepting applicants for Knight Innovation Grant

ASU’s Cronkite School is now accepting applications for the Knight-Cronkite Alumni Innovation Grant, which awards up to $15,000 to Cronkite graduates who are professional journalists looking to pioneer cutting-edge technologies and practices in their newsrooms.


ASU sustainability scientists study climate change impacts, disease with NSF support

Four members of the Sustainability Scientists and Scholars program have received substantial awards from the National Science Foundation.


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.

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