April 16, 2014

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

04/15/14

ASU immigration scholar chosen for prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship

Arizona State University professor Cecilia Menjívar has been named a 2014 Guggenheim Fellow, one of a group of 178 diverse scholars, artists and scientists from the United States and Canada.

04/15/14

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.

04/14/14

Bioarchaeologists link climate instability to human mobility in ancient Sahara

ASU bioarchaeologists are studying the remains of some of ancient humans from the Sahara to understand how their changing climate affected their ability and need to move across the landscape.

04/14/14

ASU Grad Completion Fellows advance knowledge, understanding in their fields

A desire to contribute new knowledge to combat injustice and misunderstandings unite the Spring 2014 Graduate Completion Fellows.

04/11/14

ASU hosts Italian Film Festival USA

The School of International Letters and Cultures in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences hosts the 2014 Italian Film Festival USA, April 26 on the Tempe campus. The festival is free and open to the public.

04/11/14

ASU's El Día event brings together Ariz. youth, renowned authors

Nationally known authors, poets and performers will come together with 500 Arizona middle and high school students at ASU's Tempe campus on May 12.

04/11/14

Humanities:  Are terrorists 'media smart'?

ASU professor Steve Corman points to a pattern of traditional narratives in extremist communication.

04/11/14

Project Humanities to expand public programming with support funding

ASU Project Humanities has received $12,000 from Arizona Humanities to expand public programming. With this funding, Project Humanities is able to offer a variety of film screenings and workshops that bring people together.

04/10/14

Archaeologist leads undergrads to research dynamics of neighborhood formation

Undergraduate research opportunities abound at ASU, and archaeologist Michael E. Smith is one of the top faculty for providing them.

04/10/14

Meteorites: Magnetic messengers from space

The study of meteorites helps us piece together the puzzle of what lies beyond our planet.

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