April 20, 2014

Downtown Phoenix campus


Innovations in Nursing & Health Magazine

The Doctor of Nursing Practice degree is affecting U.S. primary health care in a major way.


Cronkite students place in national, regional contests

ASU students from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication have been honored in a series of national and regional competitions.


Journalism:  Professor discusses digital 'cloud'

ASU professor weighs in on social media and the trend of Internet-based computing.


Emerging nonprofit leaders earn scholarships, internships

Two ASU American Humanics students have been awarded Next Generation Nonprofit Leaders Program scholarships


Fallen Phoenix officer honored with posthumous degree

Fallen Phoenix police officer, Travis Murphy, was honored with a posthumous degree from the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice.


Rafael Romo inducted into Cronkite Alumni Hall of Fame

CNN Worldwide senior Latin American affairs editor Rafael Romo is this year's inductee to the Cronkite Alumni Hall of Fame.


Community Resources and Development named a 'Program of Excellence'

ASU's School of Community Resources and Development has been named a "Program of Excellence" in a Dec. 3 signing ceremony.


Graduate conquers Cronkite boot camp after serving in Iraq

Christy Little worked as a multimedia journalist for the American Forces Network in Iraq where she jumped out of Black Hawk helicopters dressed in full body armor and carrying all of her broadcasting gear – plus a few guns.


Students invited to retrace 1961 Freedom Riders route

American Experience invites college students to join 2011 Student Freedom Ride in May 2011.


Nursing faculty emeritus inducted into Veterans Hall of Fame

Carol Jeannine Dahl, a faculty emeritus of the ASU College of Nursing & Health Innovation, was inducted recently into the Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame

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