September 04, 2015

Downtown Phoenix campus


New gifts support public relations at Cronkite School

The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University has received two gifts to support the school's public relations program.


ASU journalism students cover 2012 Olympics

Nineteen students from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at ASU are in London to cover the 2012 Olympic Games.


ASU, UA students win Teamwork Technology Awards

Two awards of $2,000 were presented to ASU and UA students who proposed new ways to use technology in health professions.


Center hosts behavioral health summer institute and forum

Approximately 400 behavioral health professionals from Arizona communities gathered in Sedona for 13th Annual Summer Institute hosted by ASU’s Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy.


National Cancer Institute awards $3M grant to ASU

Research funding will help ASU's College of Nursing and Health Innovation promote colorectal cancer screening among underserved populations.


ASU staff, students among amateur athletes to compete for US

On July 27, three canoe paddlers with ties to ASU will be preparing to pit their skills against the best in the world, the International Va'a Federation Outrigger World Sprint Championships in Calgary, Alberta.


ASU partners with Department of Economic Security to improve child welfare

The ASU Child Welfare Leadership Academy recently graduated a dozen Certified Public Managers at a June 28 ceremony held at the Downtown Phoenix campus.


ASU, Phoenix College plan Medical Laboratory Science Program expansion

ASU and Phoenix College's Medical Laboratory Science Partnership Program plans to expand as a result of a decision by the Maricopa County Community College District Governing Board.


Foundations' grants support national News21 program

Nine journalism students are participating in the Carnegie-Knight News21 program this summer, thanks to support from Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation and the Hearst Foundations.


Officer's good will extends to Special Olympics Arizona

Officer Earl Rosencrantz of the ASU Police Department not only maintains his law-enforcement duties to help the ASU community, but also extends that community to include Special Olympics Arizona.

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