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#Be Integrative

At Arizona State University's College of Integrative Sciences and Arts we take an approach to teaching, learning and discovery that leans on a 15th-century dreamer and doer to help celebrate and tell our story.

The complexities and interconnectedness of our world have always required solutions-makers who can integrate knowledge. The art, ideas, inventions and writings of Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) — painter, sculptor, musician, engineer, architect, and scientist — amplify how innovative and robust solutions come forward when we bring all kinds of knowledge to bear as we look to solve new challenges.

In Arizona State University's College of Integrative Sciences and Arts you will find access to opportunities that celebrate that mindset. You are supported by innovative teachers who are guided by student success, applied learning, and interdisciplinary inquiry. And you'll graduate with the capabilities of a master learner, with the information, innovation, and imagination skills that have the elasticity to serve you wherever your passions take you. 

The United States Senate convened on Monday for the first time in 2020, but the impeachment process against President Donald Trump appears to be stuck in limbo for now.

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A programmer at a prestigious IT company was ducking out of meetings, taking calls that didn’t exist, hiding in the bathroom, and missing responsibilities.

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