April 16, 2014

West campus


ASU's Sun Devil Fitness now enrolling for summer camp programs

Parents can enroll their children in ASU's Sun Devil Kids' Camp to ensure they stay healthy, active and engaged this summer.


News coverage:  How Barry Goldwater changed Arizona politics

ASU historian and lecturer Michael Rubinoff reflected on the late Senator Barry Goldwater's contributions to Arizona and national politics, on the 50th anniversary of Goldwater's presidential campaign.


New elementary education program graduates teachers faster

Accelerated Teachers College program readies education graduates to evaluate research in today’s data-driven classrooms, and to work with gifted learners – both marketable skills.


Summer courses run gamut from murder mysteries to Michael Jackson

Students looking for interesting intellectual challenges this summer have dozens of choices from ASU's New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, the core college on the West campus.


School children experience nature with professor's help

ASU associate professor Pamela Marshall has combined her knowledge and love of science with her expertise in grant writing and curriculum design to help bring kids at a Glendale school into closer contact with their desert environment.


ASU day of service draws record number of student volunteers

The 14th annual Devils in Disguise event last Saturday was a picture of success, as a record number of ASU students came out to volunteer their time and efforts.


Film screening depicts Mexican human rights crusader

The film "Eufronisa’s Revolution" documents one woman's crusade for the rights of women and indigenous people in rural Mexico.


ASU kicks off Earth Month with launch of Zero Waste initiative

To minimize the amount of waste heading to the landfill, Arizona State University has launched the university-wide Zero Waste at ASU initiative to kick off Earth Month 2014.


ASU's New College helps students make connections

New College, the core college on ASU's West campus, is creating an environment that encourages students to strive for personal and professional growth, both in and out of the classroom.


SciTech Festival comes to ASU's West campus April 5

The West campus opens its doors to the public from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., April 5 for the annual Open Door @ ASU West, a signature event for the Arizona SciTech Festival.

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