March 31, 2015

Grants / Awards

02/10/14

ASU engineers to lead national solar energy technology projects

Two national research projects to develop technologies that expand the capabilities of solar power systems will be led by engineers at ASU.

02/06/14

Deadline nears for 40 Chances Seed Grants Program

The application due date for the first set of four Howard G. Buffett Foundation 40 Chances Seed Grant Program funding is March 1.

02/04/14

New gift supports actuarial science at ASU

The School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences at ASU has received a gift provided by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona to support the school's new actuarial science program.

02/04/14

Pulitzer Prize-winning author unlocks social world of nature's most complex societies

2013 Regents' Professor Bert Hölldobler is lauded for his pioneering life science discoveries – unlocking the social world of nature's most complex societies: the ants.

02/04/14

Learning scientist pioneers new field of thought in literacy studies

ASU learning scientist James Gee has made unparalleled contributions in language, literacy and digital games research.

02/04/14

Leading expert in aerospace engineering at forefront of emerging technologies

ASU aerospace engineer Aditi Chattopadhyay's accomplishments as a researcher and teacher have earned her a Regent's Professor title.

02/04/14

Researcher helps found, advance study of physical activity

For her research contributions to the field of exercise and wellness, ASU's Barbara Ainsworth has been named a 2013 Regents' Professor.

02/03/14

ASU executive director receives prestigious nonprofit award

Robert Ashcraft, executive director of the ASU Lodestar Center, has been honored with the prestigious H. Roe Bartle Momentum Award from the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance.

01/30/14

Krauss elected to International Academy of Humanists

ASU physicist Lawrence Krauss has been elected to the International Academy of Humanists.

01/17/14

Achievements earn engineering professors IEEE Fellow status

Two ASU engineering professors have been elected as IEEE Fellows for their career achievements.

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