July 04, 2015

Downtown Phoenix campus

05/09/12

UCLA lab tragedy strengthens ASU safety awareness

The Department of Environmental Health and Safety at ASU works diligently to ensure that lab-safety policies and procedures are in place to help mitigate the chance of injury and illness to individuals working in ASU's labs.

05/08/12

ASU rated as nation's best online criminal justice school

A website that helps students select colleges rated ASU's School of Criminology and Criminal Justice as the No. 1 online degree program in the nation.

05/08/12

Carnegie-Knight News21 food safety probe wins national awards

A major investigation of food safety conducted by the Carnegie-Knight News21 digital news team is being recognized nationally in journalism competitions.

05/07/12

School of Nutrition hosts spring convocation

The School of Nutrition and Health Promotion hosted spring convocation, May 4.

05/07/12

College of Nursing hosts spring convocation

The College of Nursing and Health Innovation hosted spring convocation, May 4.

05/01/12

From Girl Scout to park ranger: Grad embraces environmental ethics

Jacqueline Ginter first became interested in the study of natural resources when as a young girl, she served as a Brownie Girl Scout.

05/01/12

Doctoral grad looks at gender, acculturation to study substance abuse

Julie Nagoshi has devoted a career to higher education so she can explore why people do the things they do, particularly in regard to gender and acculturation.

05/01/12

Bob Costas to receive 2012 Cronkite Award

Emmy Award-winning sportscaster Bob Costas will be the 2012 recipient of the Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism.

04/27/12

Journalism students earn top honors in SPJ National Awards

Students at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication have won seven awards in the Society of Professional Journalists' prestigious national Mark of Excellence competition.

04/26/12

Community partnerships | Community:  ASU helps Phoenix fight prostitution with human approach

ASU's School of Social Work helped the Phoenix Police Department last week get prostitutes off the streets and connected with health care and social service providers.

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