May 22, 2015

Tempe campus


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.


ASU liberal arts, sciences students selected for national speech and debate tournament

Four College of Liberal Arts and Sciences students will represent Arizona State University March 20 at a national debate tournament.


Urban ecologists at ASU seek to understand human-nature dynamic

Ecologists don't just work in the wilderness. Urban ecologists at ASU's CAP LTER are helping us to understand how humans and nature interact in the city, and to maximize the benefits we get from our environment.


ASU colleges form partnership to address teacher shortage

The Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences are joining forces to produce more teachers by encouraging students graduating with liberal arts degrees to consider becoming a teacher - without changing majors.


ASU Carillon Society to sponsor annual Spring Hymn April 7

The ASU Carillon Society will sponsor its third annual Spring Hymn Sing from noon to 1 p.m., April 7, at the Symphonic Carillon, located on the Lower Level of Old Main.


ASU students get 'Early Start' on their degrees

Sixty-four incoming ASU students were invited to be part of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences' pilot Early Start program, where they get a chance to experience what their major offers and connect with resources, upperclassmen and professors.


ASU professor wins national psychology award

Arizona State University Teachers College professor Michelene “Micki” Chi has been named the winner of the 2015 E.L. Thorndike Award for Lifetime Contribution in Research from the American Psychological Association.


LROC images reveal intricate details of lunar impacts

A series of Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera images have revealed a new crater and more than 200 related surficial changes up to 30 kilometers distant.


ASU Police invites public to reaccreditation hearing

Arizona State University community members are invited to attend a public hearing April 1 on the Tempe campus to offer comments about the ASU Police Department.


Researchers discover wealth, power may have played stronger role than 'survival of the fittest'

Researchers have discovered a dramatic decline in genetic diversity in male lineages 4,000 to 8,000 years ago – likely the result of the accumulation of material wealth.

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