August 04, 2015

School of Social Transformation


Civil rights activist Mary Frances Berry to speak at ASU

Mary Frances Berry, former chair of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, will speak at ASU on Feb. 25. Her talk is titled "Achieving Justice & Opportunity in the 21st Century: Now is the Time."


Lecture to address 'Faith, Death, and Freedom on the Arizona Frontier'

Luis Cabrera, a political scientist at Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia, will discuss how unauthorized immigration can be viewed as a practice of global citizenship in a free public lecture, Jan. 21, at Arizona State University.


US Secretary of Energy visits ASU to tour research projects, meet with STEM students

U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz recently visited Arizona State University to meet with science, technology, engineering and math students, and explore Department of Energy research projects at the university.


ASU technology weaves electronics, indigenous culture

The misconception that technology includes anything with a microchip is prevalent today, but technology goes beyond just mere circuits and wires in ASU's E2 Textiles Project.


New ASU degree to expand knowledge of American culture

The School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies announces the start of a new master's degree program in American Studies beginning in fall 2015.


ASU names new adviser to president on American Indian affairs

Bryan Brayboy has been named special adviser to President Michael Crow on American Indian Affairs at Arizona State University.


President’s Professors advance anthropology, indigenous research and education

Two ASU professors in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences will be named 2014 President's Professors on April 18 at the Faculty Excellence Awards.


ASU students work to revolutionize loan repayment

Shaving down college student loan debt while still in school could soon be an option for ASU and other U.S. university students, thanks to the efforts of a team of ASU innovators.


Dean's medalists to graduate with opportunities ahead

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences students selected as Dean’s medalists will graduate in May with diplomas in their hands and opportunities ahead.


Rethinking race, class with civil rights attorney Lani Guinier

Civil rights attorney Lani Guinier, the first African-American woman appointed to a tenured professorship at Harvard Law School, will deliver the A. Wade Smith Memorial Lecture on Race Relations at ASU, April 16.

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