April 19, 2015

School of Social Transformation


Graduate students | News coverage | Social Science:  Doctoral student named New Mexico 'Luminaria'

Carnell Chosa, an ASU doctoral student and a member of Jemez Pueblo, is one of 10 New Mexico "Luminarias" for 2013, selected for making a "profound difference in their communities."


ASU welcomes 5 new American Indian Scholars to faculty

New faculty members are part of ASU’s continuing efforts to foster diversity and inclusion, along with its commitment to the Native American community.


Regents' Professor Simon Ortiz awarded international prize for poetry

Simon Ortiz, a Regents' Professor of English and American Indian Studies at Arizona State University, has been selected to receive the 2013 Golden Tibetan Antelope International Prize for 2013.


Indian Education in Arizona: A Report

New research sheds light on the diverse experiences of Native American students in Arizona.


Engineering | Diversity | Community partnerships | News coverage | Social Science:  CompuGirls, Intel show girls what it looks like to be an engineer

A field trip to Intel's Embedded Design Center shows 60 girls from under-resourced Phoenix area school districts what it looks like to be an engineer.


Two noted mentors receive distinguished teaching awards

Miguel Aguilera and Cornelia Wells have been chosen to receive this year's Zebulon Pearce Distinguished Teaching Award and Outstanding Lecturer or Instructor Award by the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at ASU.


Partnership to advance gender equality, women's leadership in Armenia

ASU is one of five U.S. universities selected to partner in a new international program promoting gender equality and female empowerment.


Award-winning films, directors headline ASU Human Rights Film Festival

Several award-winning films and directors are featured in the 3rd annual ASU Human Rights Film Festival, on ASU's Tempe campus April 5-7.


Women's, African-American history converge in Civil War-era cabin

ASU professor Angelita Reyes' public history work is giving context to a Virginia plantation log cabin — and the life of the newly freed woman, Vicey Skipwith, who purchased it and six acres in 1888.


$1.2M grant helps ASU advance sustainability research

ASU's Institute for Humanities Research is one of the major partners involved in a three-year grant aimed at fostering scholarly innovation in the humanities on a global scale.

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