April 24, 2014

University

03/19/14

How ASU is helping students change the world

ASU has been a leader in the social entrepreneurship movement for close to a decade – with its students at the helm.

03/19/14

Welcome: Clinton Global Initiative University

Welcome to Arizona State University. More than 70,000 students call ASU home. Find out why.

03/18/14

ASU helps get ideas off the ground at 2014 Clinton Global Initiative University

ASU is hosting the prestigious Clinton Global Initiative University this weekend, bringing together more than 1,000 students working for transformational change.

03/18/14

Trio of Sun Devil lacrosse games on tap for late March

The top-ranked Sun Devil men’s lacrosse team will play three home games at ASU's West campus, March 19, 22 and 25.

03/18/14

New ASU degree helps meet critical demand for high school math teachers

ASU's School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences is offering a new bachelor’s degree in mathematics, with a concentration in secondary education, which will provide a new pathway for teaching careers.

03/18/14

Clinton Global Initiative University comes to ASU

Arizona State University's commitment to student-driven social change, entrepreneurship education and university-wide innovation is the cornerstone of this year's Clinton Global Initiative University, set to take place on ASU's Tempe campus March 21-23.

03/18/14

Student Emergency Medical Services at ASU wins international titles

Sun Devils from ASU's Student Emergency Medical Services took home two major awards at the 21st Annual National Collegiate Emergency Medical Service Foundation conference held in Boston earlier this month.

03/17/14

University | Innovation / Entrepreneurship | News coverage:  ASU's commitment to change brings CGI U to Tempe

Arizona State University has been selected to host the 2014 Clinton Global Initiative University, "as a result of growing national and global recognition of ASU's commitment to transformational change.”

03/17/14

Teachers College professors win top honors for research, mentoring

Two ASU professors in Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College have been selected as fellows of the American Educational Research Association, one of the most prestigious educational research societies in the world.