May 30, 2015

Downtown Phoenix campus


President of CBS News to give keynote at Cronkite School graduation

David Rhodes will deliver the keynote graduation address May 4, at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.


Cronkite students take 1st in regional journalism competition

For the 12th consecutive year, students of ASU's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication took first place in the regional Society of Professional Journalists' Mark of Excellence competition.


Cronkite students win First Amendment Awards

The Society of Professional Journalists is honoring two watchdog projects by student journalists at ASU's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.


SIRC director recipient of national award

Flavio Marsiglia will receive a national award in Washington D.C. next month for his outstanding contributions to advancing the field of prevention science.


Journalism | Science | News coverage:  Experts debate over research into H5N1 flu virus

In an article in the April issue of The Scientist, a panel of science and policy experts debated the merits of recent H5N1 flu research, including ASU journalism professor Edward Sylvester.


ASU travel survey to aid in transportation planning

Take the ASU Travel Survey and help ASU better serve your transportation needs.


ASU hosts American Indian high school students from across state

More than 100 American Indian high school students from across Arizona attended RECHARGE, an outreach event on April 3 at the Downtown Phoenix campus and Heard Museum.


New degree targets students aiming to educate community members

Students who aren't looking to become certified teachers, but who do aspire to fill leadership roles in educational settings with children and adults, have a new ASU bachelor's degree option.


ASU selects MidFirst Bank as banking services strategic partner

Arizona State University and MidFirst Bank announce an 11-year comprehensive strategic alliance that consolidates personalized banking services.


Western writer J.P.S. Brown concludes humanities lecture series

Joseph Paul Summers Brown, known to the literary world as “J.P.S. Brown,” will conclude the spring 2012 Humanities Lectures Series at the Downtown Phoenix campus.

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