July 31, 2015

West campus


New ASU nursing degrees include holistic, community-health focuses

Arizona State University's College of Nursing and Health Innovation has announced 10 new undergraduate, graduate and graduate-level certificate programs for students interested in nursing and health care.


Helping veterans get plugged in is ASU specialist's mission

Christopher Kane has a knack for helping soldiers. In the Army, he planned rescue missions; today, he is a military transition support specialist at ASU, helping student veterans choose classes, find scholarships and re-engage in social activities.


Students see ASU rocket club as step toward career

When test-firing different propellant options, it's a good idea to let the local police and fire departments know, said Lauren Brunacini, ASU's Daedalus Astronautics former club president.


ASU summer program allows youth to explore the craft of writing

"rl txt" – a two-week summer youth writing camp for grades 3-12 – aims to provide an opportunity for students to explore the oft-overlooked craft of writing. It's part of the Central Arizona Writing Project within the Department of English at ASU.


From robots to golf: 10 cool summer camps at ASU

Sure, your kids could spend the summer in front of the TV or Xbox, but why not turn up the volume on their summer experience with these 10 cool camps available at ASU? From robots to golf to digital art, there's something here to spark a variety of interests.


Program pairs ASU employees' ideas with CEO know-how

New College dean Marlene Tromp and her team know they have a great product. What they didn't know was how best to get the message out. Enter the Idea Enterprise, which brings high-level business leaders and their expertise together with ASU faculty and staff.


ASU among nation's most sustainable colleges

Arizona State University has been named one of the nation's most sustainable colleges for the sixth year in a row by The Princeton Review's Guide to 353 Green Colleges.


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.


South Sudan teachers seek to rebuild classrooms, country through ASU program

Fifteen secondary school teachers from South Sudan, and one from Rwanda, are currently immersed in a customized four-month program developed by faculty at Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University.


Open Door event to feature activities for all ages at ASU West campus

Arizona State University's West campus opens its doors to the public March 28 for Open Door @ ASU West, a signature event for Arizona State University and the Arizona SciTech Festival.

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