April 01, 2015

Downtown Phoenix campus


ASU Police Department promotes Chris Speranza to commander

Chris Speranza will serve as commander of the ASU Police Department at the Downtown Phoenix campus.


Cronkite students top national broadcast competition

ASU students won more awards at the Broadcast Education Association's Festival of Media Arts competition than any other school in the country for the third consecutive year.


Journalism professor wins prestigious Polk Award

Steve Doig, Knight Chair in Journalism, has won a prestigious George Polk Award for his work with California Watch, a nonprofit investigative journalism organization.


Cronkite students cover spring training for major news outlets

Arizona State University students are producing daily multimedia news coverage of Major League Baseball spring training for four major news organizations.


A mile in their shoes: understanding empathy

Karen Gerdes, a social worker at ASU, explains what empathy is, how to measure it and how we can develop it to improve our quality of life and our relationships.


Regents' Professor blends clinical practice with research

Colleen Keller has been honored for her many career accomplishments as a nursing educator and researcher, but being named the first ASU Regents' Professor from the College of Nursing and Health Innovation is perhaps the most satisfying.


ASU teams with White House on entrepreneurial initiative

ASU's School of Public Affairs is teaming up with The White House on a national initiative to accelerate high-growth entrepreneurship and ignite future job creation.


Study abroad program offers glimpse of new society

A revamped study abroad program in Dubai is offering students a taste of Middle Eastern culture, cuisine and history along with a dash of Hollywood glitter.


Arts / Culture | Journalism | Faculty and Staff:  Expert explains how Komen Foundation can recover from crisis

Rebuilding the damage done to the Komen Foundation's public image will be a formidable task, said ASU's Dawn Gilpin.


Spring 2012 Philosophy and Film Series begins Feb. 14

The Philosophy and Film Series at ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus enters its third year with films that hope to provoke thought and dialogue.

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