July 07, 2015

Tempe campus

04/17/15

ASU grad student wins musical composition prize

Chris Lamb, a doctoral student in music at Arizona State University, has won the Robert X. La Pat Carillon Composition Contest, sponsored by the ASU Carillon Society.

04/16/15

Cut above: ASU military students earn leadership awards

The 2015 Joint Awards Ceremony recognized ROTC students from the ASU cadet corps for their leadership and academic achievements. Veterans groups, community organizations and businesses presented more than 50 awards.

04/16/15

ASU Gammage to honor military members with free show

Military couples are invited to experience a free Broadway show, April 22, as part of ASU Gammage's new program: Operation Date Night.

04/15/15

ASU Art Museum internship prepares student for working in art world

Recent Arizona State University graduate Tiernan Warner found her true calling in the art world after an internship at the ASU Art Museum gave her hands-on experience with exhibitions and curatorial work.

04/15/15

ASU team unlocks clues in unidentified human remains

ASU researchers venture to "Body Farm" to solve cases of unidentified bodies using isotopic analysis for insight into the diet and birthplace of the deceased.

04/14/15

ASU-developed app gives museum visitors an astronaut in the palm of their hand

Two Arizona museums have partnered with ASU to offer visitors a mobile app to complement their exhibits. Dr. Universe encourages visitors to ask questions and the astronaut responds back from its database.

04/14/15

Youth invited to create 'rl txt' at ASU summer writing camp

Young writers have an opportunity to develop and explore the power of writing this summer at Arizona State University.

04/13/15

Global health student, alum named Fulbright scholars

Two close friends – undergraduate global health student Eva Jeffers and Allison Weidemann, who graduated last December with a master's in global health – will continue to expand their understanding of the world with Fulbright scholarships.

04/13/15

Annual race relations lecture to discuss policing of African-American men

Walter R. Allen, distinguished professor of education and sociology at UCLA, will discuss the policing of African-American men on college campuses at the 20th annual A. Wade Smith Memorial Lecture on Race Relations.

04/10/15

Participants to 'Run With It' during Pat's Run, April 25

For the 11th annual Pat's Run, organizers are asking participants to "Run With It" – this year's theme for the April 25 event honoring the life and legacy of ASU alumnus Pat Tillman.

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