October 09, 2015

Grants / Awards


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.


ASU seed grants fuel citizen engagement

Researchers in the College of Public Programs’ Center for Policy Informatics have been awarded two $10,000 seed grants by Arizona State University’s Office of the Vice President for Entrepreneurship and Innovation under the Citizen Science and Engagement grant program.


ASU engineering professor lauded for regenerative biomedical research

ASU chemical engineer Kaushal Rege is gaining national recognition as an emerging leader in research on methods to repair and regenerate human body tissue.


ASU, NGA to address national security risks of climate change

ASU was selected for a competitive, five-year award of $20 million by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency to launch a research partnership to explore approaches for anticipating and mitigating national security risks associated with climate change.


ASU math grad selected for competitive Woodrow Wilson fellowship

ASU math grad Bethany Fowler is among the first 50 Woodrow Wilson New Jersey Teaching Fellows who will earn a master's degree in education as she teaches in a high-need urban high school.


Krauss, Wilczek honored with first prize from Gravity Research Foundation

Arizona State University professors Lawrence Krauss and Nobel laureate Frank Wilczek have been named first place winners of the 2014 Awards for Essays from the Gravity Research Foundation, Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts.


Martinson grant backs sustainable solutions for better future

The benefactors of the recently-established Martinson Sustainability Solutions Research Grant, John S. Martinson and his wife Suzanne Pickett Martinson have already witnessed its impact through the work of School of Sustainability students Christopher Kudzas and Angela Cazel-Jahn.


Aspiring teacher, theater enthusiast heads to Greece on Fulbright Scholarship

During an internship teaching second graders at an inner city school in Brooklyn, New York, Melissa Stone saw the achievement gap in students from low-income families widening and understood the urgency to close it.


Science | Grants / Awards:  ASU photosynthesis research to receive continued funding

A research project led by Arizona State University assistant professor Anne Jones is one of three focusing on improving the efficiency of photosynthesis to receive continued funding from the National Science Foundation and the U.K.'s Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council.

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