Recognized for developing successful online programs in women's studies, ASU women and gender studies faculty were selected to lead a national workshop for Ms. Magazine.
Zilka Spahić-Šiljak, who has been named a Luce International Fellow by the Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict, will serve a March residency at ASU.
Each spring ASU's Local to Global Justice Teach-in offers a festival-like forum for sharing knowledge about social justice, human rights and sustainability issues.
Erwin Chemerinsky, UC-Irvine law dean, will present the 13th annual John P. Frank Memorial Lecture, Feb. 20.
Wei Li, an ASU professor and expert on new forms of immigrant communities in the United States, offers comment on the shrinking "Chinatowns" in major cities.
In her work as an advocate for the rights of gay-lesbian youth, Madelaine Adelman helps create classroom climates that improve learning for all.
Indian Country Today Media Network has spotlighted two faculty members from ASU for their contributions to Native American education in 2011.
ASU undergraduate and graduate student changemakers in any field now have the opportunity to complete certificate programs in social transformation.
ASU is ranked 23rd in the world when it comes to social sciences, according to the Center for World-Class Universities.
A lawyer from Mexico, Francisco Alatorre came to Arizona State University in 1992 with a passion for social and human justice.
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