April 20, 2014

School of Social Transformation


Journalist Gary Younge closes out ASU Black History Month

Author and journalist Gary Younge holds a unique position in the world of modern reporting. A columnist and feature writer for the Guardian of London, Younge’s “beat” for more than a decade has been race in America.


ASU's Night of the Open Door festival expands to 4 campuses

ASU's largest and most successful open-house event of the year – Night of the Open Door – expands to four campuses, with even more to experience, beginning Feb. 21.


Diversity | News coverage | Social Science:  Celebrating Chinese Lunar New Year? Look for 'fish, dragons, smoke, crowds'

Wei Li, professor of geography and Asian Pacific American studies at ASU, contributed to a Travel section article about the spectrum of Chinatowns in the United States.


Alum helps build women's forum in global business

ASU alum Bobbi Bartolomeo may work most days from her home in Ahwatukee, Ariz., but this women's studies and psychology graduate is contributing to a corporate culture respectful of employees within Jones Lang LaSalle and its client firms.


ASU alum named New Mexico State Regents' Professor

Cynthia Bejarano says her ASU experience in the justice studies doctoral program was pivotal to her research and advocacy efforts today.


News coverage | Social Science:  Understanding the armed conflict in South Sudan

ASU professor Abdullahi Gallab says post-colonial Sudanese history reveals seeds for current violence in South Sudan.


Chalk timeline raises awareness of domestic violence

ASU students create a chalk timeline of domestic violence activism and policy.


ASU undergrads study domestic violence as paid researchers, honors scholars

Women and Gender Studies undergraduates are contributing as researchers on an NSF-funded study of survivors' use of civil protection orders and their perceptions of legal resources.


Phone apps, sidewalk guerrilla marketing help teach about gender and violence

ASU professor Alesha Durfee challenges students to use creative ways to break the silence around intimate partner violence.


ASU student excels in legal analysis, solutions

Doctoral student Jeremiah Chin is untangling indigenous citizenship and sovereignty issues in award-winning research.

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