March 27, 2015

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences


Heritage language learning project reaches into community

Heritage language learners have access to an innovative way to share their cultural experiences and enhance their linguistic skills through a collaborative approach to education called the CIRCLE Project.


ASU debaters go the distance in national tournament

Arizona State University seniors Peter Chotras and Rohit Rajat made it to the sweet 16 in the Cross Examination Debate Association Nationals Tournament – a feat unmatched by any ASU student since 2000.


'Pakistani Women's Perspectives' focus of ASU Project Humanites lecture

ASU Project Humanities is partnering with the Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict to host "Beyond the Hijab: Pakistani Women’s Perspectives," March 26.


Research | Environment | News coverage:  US suburban housing equity is subject of ASU professor's research

In recent research, ASU professor Deirdre Pfeiffer took a new look at "slumburbia," which posits that as families of color have moved from inner cities to the suburbs, the subprime mortgage crisis and global recession stalled or even pushed backward these families' progress toward social and economic mobility.


Search for alien life focus of Earth and Space Open House

The public is invited to come learn about the huge diversity of life as we know it, life as we think it might be and how we're trying to discover it on other worlds, at the next Earth and Space Open House, March 27 on ASU's Tempe campus.


Project aims to strengthen water, power systems in Southwest

ASU engineers are exploring how the Southwest can fortify its power and water infrastructure to deal with future climate challenges.


Out of this world: ASU student turns love of art, space into career

Sean Amidan, a senior earth and space exploration major, is the lead visualization specialist at the Space and Terrestrial Robotic Exploration Laboratory at Arizona State University.


Study reveals novel technique for handling molecules

ASU researcher Ximin He and her colleagues have described a method capable of mimicking nature's ability to sort, capture, transport and release molecules.


New effort aims to increase citizens' access to scientific tools

Arizona State University professor Darlene Cavalier is helping lead a new initiative to expand citizen science opportunities by providing broader access to scientific tools, such as environmental quality and aerial mapping tools.


Conference to focus on prison education awareness

Arizona State University's Prison Education Awareness Club invites the public to learn about a different type of classroom – one enclosed by walls, fences and prison bars.

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