May 25, 2015



ASU announces May commencement speaker

Arizona State University has chosen author and researcher John Seely Brown as the official speaker at the May 11 undergraduate commencement.


ASU grad student wins musical composition prize

Chris Lamb, a doctoral student in music at Arizona State University, has won the Robert X. La Pat Carillon Composition Contest, sponsored by the ASU Carillon Society.


Online Spanish program at ASU ranked one of best in nation

Students interested in studying Spanish online are positioned for success with the School of International Letters and Cultures' Bachelor of Arts program, offered through ASU Online.


ASU Teachers College faculty present at educational research meeting

Nearly 55 faculty, staff and doctoral students from ASU's Teachers College are involved in over 110 sessions at the 2015 American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting.


Cut above: ASU military students earn leadership awards

The 2015 Joint Awards Ceremony recognized ROTC students from the ASU cadet corps for their leadership and academic achievements. Veterans groups, community organizations and businesses presented more than 50 awards.


Gilbert execs help ASU students become workforce ready

Through a career-shadowing program with the Gilbert Chamber of Commerce, ASU students at the Polytechnic campus are gaining the skills to be better prepared for the workforce.


Movers and shakers of ASU honored for changing the world for the better

From harvesting oranges grown on campus, to spreading the importance of sleep in two languages, to creating engineering excellence half a world away, Arizona State University faculty and staff are helping to change the world for the better.


ASU students honored for commitment to Teach For America

On April 13, ASU President Michael Crow hosted a luncheon for four outstanding soon-to-be graduates, who are incoming 2015 Teach For America Corps Members, as well as early 2016 applicants from the university.


ASU faculty receive Centennial Professorship Award for community service

Three professors at Arizona State University have been selected to receive the 2014-2015 Centennial Professorship Award.


ASU student wins national speech championship

Arizona State University junior James Qian is the winner of the Impromptu Speaking competition at the 2015 American Forensics Association's National Individual Events Tournament – a feat never before accomplished by any ASU student.