When Joanna Grabski took over as director of the School of Art at Arizona State University, she increased enrollment 20%, rebranded it as a globally oriented school for the 21st century, establishe


More than 81,000 people died of drug overdoses in the United States in the 12 months ending in May 2020.

Every day the ASU Sun Devil Fitness Center COVID-19 vaccination site inoculates hundreds of people thanks to the work of volunteers from the ASU community.

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a globally disruptive force to our human systems for over a year. 


In her novels, award-winning author and Arizona State University Professor Jewell Parker Rhodes often combines he

When it comes to American history, ASU Foundation Professor Lois Brown believes no story is too small to tell.

The Black Lives Matter movement started way before 2020, but last year forced many to see the reality of racism in all its shapes.



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Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of 

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Rafael Campo had a hard time being taken seriously during his time at Harvard Medical School in the 1980s. In addition to pursuing a career as a physician, he was also a poet.

The wilderness therapy program Huts for Vets allows veterans to commune with nature in the Colorado Rockies and experience a perspective sh

Editor’s note: This story is being highlighted in ASU Now’s year in review. 

Arizona State University has named four faculty members 2020 President’s Professors — a prestigious designation bestowed upon


Despite more than half the world’s population being online, the rules that govern the internet are still largely the Wild West.

While some holiday traditions may be in jeopardy this year because of the pandemic, one small group of students at Arizona State University’s Polytechnic campus will celebrate an important Hispanic

October 26–29 is Virtual Study Abroad Week at Arizona State University, and instructor

Arizona State University Provost Mark Searle announced Oct.


David Freedman’s entrepreneurial journey spanned a wide range of experiences at Arizona State University.

For the past decade, Arizona State University has developed a reputation for its strong commitment to military members, veterans and their dependent population. 

For many of us, stay-at-home orders over the past several months have meant that we are sleeping, eating and working in the same place, potentially with the same people, all the time.


Arizona State University Professor Jewell Parker Rhodes believes that out of the COVID-19 pandemic, America needs to have a reboot on race, clima

Arizona State University offers more than 800 fully accredited undergraduate and graduate degree programs — not to mention more than 270 minors and c

Voted in by Congress on June 4, 1919, ratified on Aug. 18, 1920 and enacted into law on Aug.

An ASU Online first-year writing program is transforming English composition students from around the country into activists and helping them drive change i


As awareness of racial injustice has broadened this spring and summer, reading lists have been shared to help increase people's understanding of our nation's past and present — including one


Explosive imagery from the George Floyd protests has evoked inevitable comparisons to the civil rights movements of the 1960s.

The year 2020 has proven to be one full of heartache, fear and anger. Social injustices that have existed in the U.S. for generations are now being thrown into sharp relief.


Two Arizona State University professors are now among a prestigious class of poets that have been selected by the Academy of American Poets for fellowships made possible by the Andrew W.

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The notion of the artist as a solitary being is not entirely inaccurate. Some degree of isolation is certainly necessary for any endeavor that requires deep contemplation and reflection.

On April 30, the Arizona State University Alumni Association and Sun Devil Athletics hosted a live webinar featuring NCAA wrestling champion and ASU alumnus Anthony Robles. 

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Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of 

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Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable

Humans need interaction, but the COVID-19 pandemic is asking people to step away from each other at a crucial time.

A new word will have to be coined to describe Zhihao Chen. Is he a farmer if there’s no farm?

The Center for the Study of Race and Democracy at Arizona State University will feature Emmy award-winning journalist, author and Latina leader Maria Hinojosa in a dynamic livestreamed


For advice during the present COVID-19 crisis, we need look no further than Shakespeare: “Have patience and endure.”

Arizona State University English lecturer Rosemarie Dombrowski is on a mission to make poetry part of the vernacular in Phoenix.

It ain’t any easier being green.

Her breathing is shallow and sporadic, her stomach is doing somersaults and her jaw is locked. She is having a heart attack.

But according to medical standards, she isn’t.

Millions worldwide will gather on April 22 to celebrate Earth Day’s 50th anniversary with rallies, conferences, outdoor activities and service projects.


In front of a record-breaking crowd of more than 950 community leaders, business executives and Arizona State University alumni on Feb.

Breanna Gonzalez was 11 years old when she decided to one day join the Peace Corps.

Every relationship goes through its ups and downs, its twists and turns.


Many prominent American writers of the last 50 years — including Alice Walker, Spalding Gray, Maxine Hong Kingston, Louise Erdrich, Tobias Wolff and Sandra Cisneros — have one noticeable career mil

Tamale season is that time just before Christmas when friends and relatives come together to partake in the time-honored tradition of soaking corn husks, cooking fillings, spreading masa and rollin

The approximately 4 million Arab Americans living in the United States are rarely included in psychological research.

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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What is the nature of social justice? How can each of us take action in a way that is responsible to the whole community?

Some of the most innovative and groundbreaking research at Arizona State University is taking place in indigenous communities and on reservations around the Copper State and beyo


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Every semester, when thousands of students move their graduation cap tassels from right to left, it doesn’t mean education has ended for them.


Kinesiology junior Cassaundra Gomez was sitting in BIO 102 last spring at Arizona State University’s Downtown Phoenix campus when she first learned about a unique opportunity.

Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego faced a room of middle schoolers from Phoenix’s Creighton School District as she shared a few candid stories about when things didn’t go exactly as she planned in her lif

Every first Thursday in downtown Phoenix, a revolution is stirring at the Get Lit salon series, a recently revived community literary event facilit

Hispanic Heritage Month is a time for pride and reflection, celebrating millions of Americans who have positively influenced and shaped our society.


An Arizona State University professor said the state’s rivers are only going to see shortages in the future, which will have a direct impact not only on humans, but wildlife and their habitats.

Even though it may seem at first that the internet is an almost infinite source of knowledge, one needs to know how to properly navigate it in order to discern what’s truthful.


ASU prides itself on having faculty who care about their students and wish to help them succeed inside and outside of the classroom.

Along with the fireworks, festivities and barbecues that celebrate the Fourth of July, one of the most moving events to witness is a naturalization ceremony. For those seeking U.S.


Summer is at hand, and water is a key element in beating the heat.

When ASU students purchase the lab manual for their human anatomy and physiology courses at ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus, they're not only preparing themselves for success in the classes, they're

In its May newsletter, Salt River Project gave tips to consumers on how to save money using its new pricing plans and what to do in case of an outage.

While millions were in panic in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria last September, ASU Associate Professor Manuel Avilés-Santiago took action.


Max Altschuler, ’10 BIS interdisciplinary studies (business and design studies concentrations), shares three resources that helped inspire his early career decisions.

When I was graduating from ASU, I was lucky in two ways. I had completed an education at a great university, and I had already experienced business failure.

Editor's note: ASU Now will be updating this story all week with additional photos from the university's various convocations.

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Reflecting on her life’s journey as a writer — from having her mother create story books for her at a young age to being on the threshold of having her second book of poems published — Arizona Stat

Among the uninitiated, Phoenix might conjure less-than-savory thoughts of suburban sprawl, ecological challenges or a dearth of history.

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2019 commencement

An arrest in the decades-old Golden State Killer

The Center for the Study of Race and Democracy at Arizona State University welcomes Eric H. Holder Jr.


To be an engineer, or not to be: That is the question.


Editor's note: This story is part of an ASU Now series celebrating the centennial of the Gr

The fun kept rolling Saturday with the second of Arizona State University's Open Door events, where members of the community were invited to check out the exciting work being done by the scho

Crowds of curious children and their families got a chance to peek into Arizona State University's learning spaces on Saturday at the first of four free open houses this month. 


If you’ve been looking for Arizona State University history major Scott Hilbrands at his usual haunts on the ASU Polytechnic campus this week, you’ll find him instead a few miles north — surrounded

ASU professor Wendy Williams wanted to create a space for young authors to explore different forms of creative writing, while giving ASU students hands-on experience running a workshop series and p

Combining the artistic space of a traditional residency with the teaching and professionalization of an academic fellowship, the Virginia G.



Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2018 commencement. 

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2018 commencement. 


Ashley Randall, associate professor in Arizona State University’s College of Integrative Sciences and Arts, is one of 24 professors chosen to attend the Jewish National Fund’s 2018 Winter Faculty F

The annual Tempe Writing and Cover Design contest, now in its fifth year, again invites ASU students from all majors and cam

Every year at Arizona State University, one program works to bring students from different universities and even countries together to solve real-world problems, connect with internationally renown

When Billy Mills beat the pack on a muddy cinder track in the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo, it was one of the greatest upsets in sports history. 

“Oh, I’d be interested in a course like that!”


The Day of the Dead, or Día de los Muertos, is a Hispanic tradition celebrated annually Oct. 31 through Nov. 2 in remembrance of lost loved ones.

Fifty years after his shocking protest against racism on the medal podium at the Olympics in Mexico City, John Carlos has seen the vicious backlash he endured at the time evolve over the decades in

Discarded pizza boxes. Empty energy-drink cans. Dozens dancing. And hundreds of people cracking, hacking and tapping away on laptops during a 36-hour marathon binge.

Just after 6:30 p.m.


Six years ago, a doctor told Stephanie Cahill that she most likely wouldn’t graduate high school, and that college was definitely out of the question.

Ten years after the election of Barack Obama, the nation’s first African-American president, the United States is still walking a line between hope and hate.

This fall, the Department of English at Arizona State University is getting another upgrade, and this time it’s personal. Rather, personnel.

Editor's note: To demystify the process of attaining distinguished graduate fellowships, ASU Now will feature a multipart series of interviews with distinguished graduate award


Before she was the first lady of the United States, Laura Bush was a librarian, and in 1995 she founded the Texas Book Festival as a way of honoring Texas authors and promoting the joys of reading.


Wait. Type it in again. Pretty sure that was right —


A minute and a half into the 1986 film “Aliens,” viewers find themselves in a dark chamber where Sigourney Weaver’s character has been in a state of hypersleep for 57 years.

Cynthia Sagers will join Arizona State University’s Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development in September as vice president of research.

Sheets, blankets, towels, laundry supplies, personal toiletries, maybe a bike and a printer — the cost of college life essentials can add up.


The figure of Robert F. Kennedy casts a long shadow, equally split between what was and what could have been. 


Arizona State University abounds with academics who are also authors — often prolific ones — and their publications range from research-backed guides to literary works to theoretical explorations.

Overcoming great challenges to achieve success stands as the underlying theme for some of the more than 700 student veterans graduating this spring semester from Arizona State University.


Entrepreneurs don’t always need advice, but they do need support, and the Sun Devil family is a good source for that, according to one of Arizona State University's most successful alumni CEOs.

A new generation of science journalists and storytellers from Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication is producing a high-quality science series for A

Continuing its commitment to further the dialogue on some of the complex issues facing our world, the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy at Arizona State University is welcoming autho

Times sure have changed.

Young adult novels used to be about dealing with rites of passage like parents getting divorced, or dating and menstruation.

Two recent fatalities related to autonomous vehicles are raising concerns about trade-offs between societal progress and human collateral damage.

A diagnosis of cancer or other serious disease often brings a barrage of information about what to expect physically, along with pressing decisions and questions.

Military experts, strategists, academics and national security thought leaders will gather at an international conference Monday hosted by Arizona State University and D.C.-based think tank New Ame

On April 3, 1968, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.


St. Patrick’s Day is a fun, hybrid celebration — a mixture of religion and Irish folklore, symbolism and food, plus lots and lots of green beer. (The day after? Sometimes not so much fun.)

Social media is indiscriminately ruthless and knows no boundaries — even in remote places such as Indian country.

From stately cruise ships to Olympic host cities, recent headline-grabbing outbreaks prove that norovirus — an incapacitating and vaccine-less stomach bug that causes vomiting and diarrhea — can st


When Arizona State University’s Downtown Phoenix campus opened in 2006, almost all of the students taking general science courses in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts were nursing majors

The challenge of learning human anatomy and physiology can be daunting for many undergraduates: identifying all 206 bones and their every bump, notch and groove; the 320 muscle pairs; the structure

There was a day early in Paola Boivin’s hall-of-fame sports writing career when she nearly called it quits.

How do you get 1,500 school supplies from Arizona to an island nearly 3,000 miles away?

U.S. presidents have been political game-changers, prolific writers and social-policy pioneers. But did you know about the speeding and the cheerleading? 

Valentine’s Day used to be about cards, chocolates, flowers, dinner and catching a romantic comedy. But love in the digital age is all about staging and putting your best foot forward online.

For Arizona State University professor and historian Denise E.

The Downtown Phoenix campus continued this year's Open Door series on Friday, welcoming visitors — who mingled with the Phoenix First Friday art and music crowd — for a peek inside Arizona State Un


For some first-generation students, walking into a college classroom is the end of a long and complicated journey, and for them, traveling to another country for study can seem like an opportunity

Robert D. Ohmart, a titan of southwestern ecology and former professor at Arizona State University, passed away at his home in Chandler, Arizona on Jan. 14. He was surrounded by his family.

Update: Venita Blackburn was named a finalist for the PEN America Literary Awards on Jan.



There was no shortage of changes for the nation and Arizona State University in 2017.

After 10 years, three changes of major and two children, Ashley Pitman graduated from college this week — the first in her family to earn a degree.

Editor's note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2017 commencement.

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2017 commencement.

Known as the epitome of bringing history into the 21st century, the Tony-winning Broadway musical "H


Thanksgiving brings us closer together, but our conversations across generations in a family can sometimes drive us farther apart.

Professionals whose college days are behind them still need to learn new skills to stay at the top of their game, and Arizona State University has launched a new way to do that.

According to Arizona State University Assistant Professor Sarah Viren, “fake news is nothing new, and alternative facts were around long before they were given that name.”

Even before Hurricane Maria descended on his home island of Puerto Rico on Sept. 20, ASU Assistant Professor Manuel G.

Scooby-Doo, the animated character and series launched by Hanna-Barbera Productions in 1969, is one of the most successful brands in entertainment history.


An undergraduate team of applied biological sciences students from Arizona State University's Polytech


On a recent Saturday morning in September, a small group of people files into a room at Arizona State University’s Counseling Training Center on the Tempe campus.

Arizona State University's College of Integrative Sciences and Arts has kicked off the fall 2017 semester with almost 11 percent enrollment growth over last year, making it now the fourth-largest c


Editor's note: Thirty new ASU freshmen and transfer students who started classes at the university last week took advantage of Bridging Success Early-Start.

Editor's note: This is part of a series of profiles of fall 2017 incoming ASU students.

Editor's note: This is part of a series of profiles of fall 2017 incoming ASU students.


Any writer will tell you their craft is a mostly solitary one, requiring hours of time spent alone on reflection, execution and revision before a story finally emerges.


On June 4, thirty middle and high school students arrived at Arizona State University to kick off the ninth annual ASU Startalk Chinese Language Summer Camp.

As Indonesia looks to become a bigger player on the world stage, Arizona State University is forging ties that recognize the country’s growing importance.

ASU counseling master's student Kristian Mastin’s learned instrument is the banjo.


Arizona State University has received new support from the prestigious Alfred P.

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2017 commencement.

ASU is committed to graduating master learners who, in the words of university president Michael M.

Arizona State University's outstanding graduates — both at the undergraduate and graduate level — have already started to change the world for the better, with great potential to keep that going af

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2017 commencement.

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2017 commencement.

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2017 commencement.

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2017 commencement.


Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2017 commencement.

The classes he took at Arizona State University laid the foundation for Carson Holmquist’s success as an entrepreneur, leading him to create a business that has grown nearly 2,000 percent in five y

When considering challenges such as staying on track for an on-time graduation, taking time away from family or work obligations and making a big dent in finances, the 

A Sun Devil biking across campus might seem like no big deal, but there’s more to it.

Running an independent literary magazine and publishing house is a labor of love.

About 1 in 68 children have autism and face difficulties that range from socialization and communication problems to restricted and repetitive behavior. At ASU, efforts to better understand and hel

Arizona State University’s Duane Roen constantly hears from employers that this generation of learners needs to develop effective oral and written skills, required for success in the global economy

Neal Lester is quite aware of how music and social movements can bring people together in divisive times, but when rock guitarist Dick Wagner penned an original tune for Humanity 101, the power of


Laid out on a table in Hayden Library’s fourth-floor Luhrs Reading Room is an assortment of black-and-white photos, yellowing leaflets, musty T-shirts, tin buttons, ribbons and plaques.

On a warm Saturday night on ASU’s Polytechnic campus, the sound of snapping fingers fills a classroom.

Despite the major contributions minorities have made to the nation’s science efforts, like those depicted in the movie “Hidden Figures,” they continue to lag in STEM fields across the U.S.

Words can heal, and an Arizona State University professor is creating a way for young people to harness the power of poetry in their own and others’ lives.

“As soon as you take one step up the career ladder,” the late management guru Peter Drucker aptly observed, “your effectiveness depends on your ability to communicate your thoughts in writing and i

For International Women’s Day on March 8, a range of female professors at ASU shared names of women they consider to be influential and inspiring.  


It was clear from the start what the 89th Academy Awards would be all about Sunday night: diversity, inclusiveness and distance from the #OscarsSoWhite criticisms that have dogged the Hollywood est

Visitors got a double dose of Arizona State University's Night of the Open Door fun this weekend as the free open-house event took place on the aviation- and

“Think of it as being trapped inside of an invisible shell, where you’re often shielded from awareness of your actions, thoughts and expectations about yourself and others." 

Meditating at a waterfall. Bucket baths. Eating ant eggs. 

Jason gets off work after a long, exhausting day. He drives home and ruminates about the way a coworker undermined him in front of their boss.

Minstrel shows are relics of a racist chapter in theater history. Actors painted their faces black and caricatured harmful stereotypes, portraying African-Americans as dumb, lazy and deceitful.

The Downtown Phoenix campus started off this year's Night of the Open Door — five free open houses over the month of February — on Friday, welcoming crowds of visitors enjoying the mild weather and


They’re teachers, accountants, social workers and entrepreneurs. One is currently a Peace Corps volunteer in China, and another will graduate from medical school in May.

Imagine New York without cabs or Beijing without bikes. Imagine city neighborhoods without roads or buses. Now imagine ordering a T-shirt online and having it delivered via flying drone.

ASU professor Neal A. Lester has won several awards and recognitions throughout his academic career, and next week he’ll receive one that ranks right near the top.



Dan Fellner, a faculty associate in the Interdisciplinary Humanities and Communication unit in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts at ASU's Polytechnic campus, has received a prestigious F

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2016 commencement.

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2016 commencement.

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The city of Phoenix has selected its first community poet, appointing ASU lecturer Rosemarie Dombrowski, who welcomed the nod, saying poetry represents a “recognition of the human struggle and a ce


Preserving Earth’s biodiversity is no small task — some estimates put the number of species on the planet in the hundreds of millions — but that hasn’t deterred ASU students from taking on the job.

The figurine of a bird in a nest looks like a little toy, but it’s also a powerful tool of expression for children who can’t talk about their worries.

The energy of the city works like a magnet for many of the 11,000 students at Arizona State University's Downtown Phoenix campus.

The principal owner for the Miami Dolphins said today’s athletes are starting to recognize their power as change agents for social good and that they should take advantage of their platform to shin

“They’re selling postcards of the hanging, they’re painting the passports brown / The beauty parlor is filled with sailors, the circus is in town.”

Throughout U.S. history, sports has had the power to bring people together from all walks of life.


Editor's note: In the spirit of Halloween, we offer a roundup of the engrossing research happening around ASU with creatures that are often relegated to spooky decorations.

Having transferred to ASU as a junior with all of her general studies credits completed, Diana Serban said she almost gave up on the option to study abroad.

Twenty Arizona State University students, both undergraduate and graduate, competed in a fast-paced design competition known as an Adobe Creative Jam.

Twenty-four Girl Scouts gathered for a day of physics, chemistry and fun at Arizona State University's Polytechnic campus Saturday.


ASU dance major Tyler Tobyne, who works part-time as a program and events assistant for ASU’s Center for the Study of Race and Democracy, felt that student and university recognition wasn’t enough

When ASU professor Rashad Shabazz hears Prince classics like “1999” and “Little Red Corvette,” he hears musical artistry and creative genius, to be sure.

Eddie Moore Jr. makes no bones about it. He’s trying to change the world.


Poet Patricia Murphy writes that she was 17 when her mother set herself on fire.

If you’ve been away from ASU for the summer, you may notice on your return that there’s a “big man on campus” — Leonardo da Vinci’s iconic “Vitruvian Man” has been enlisted on seven-foot banners to

In his time at Arizona State University, Olympic medalist Jamol James has graduated magna cum laude and designed an innovative track shoe with a spike pin that can be customized for any athlete.


School is out for the summer, but 26 high-achieving eighth-graders are spending this week dissecting plants, using a microscope and learning about physics and chemistry.


Who stole the bones at ASU? That’s the question that eighth-grade crime solvers from Phoenix are investigating on Wednesday and Thursday mornings this month in the science labs at ASU’s Downtown Ph


The past few years, ASU mathematics instructor Murray Siegel has been in what he calls “phased retirement,” driving the 80 miles roundtrip from his home in Maricopa, Arizona, to ASU’s Polytechnic c

Editor's note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2016 commencement.

Editor's note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2016 commencement.

Editor's note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2016 commencement.

Editor's note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2016 commencement.


For ASU senior Jack O’Brien, the words of baseball great Jackie Robinson have always been a guiding principle: “A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives.” 


Brave, outspoken women throughout history have advocated for women's rights and equality. There are women in history with recognizable names, but what about the other women?

Patience Akpan-Obong, an associate professor in the College of Letters and Sciences at Arizona State University, has been able to return Nigeria, the country of her birth, to teach and do research.

Duane Roen likes to brag about his big family — by last count it teetered around 32,000, and change.

Sometimes getting even the most exciting news can be anticlimactic. (Curse you, caller ID!) 

The 2016 presidential primary process has broken most of the rules and confounded most of the experts.

Arizona State University is exploring new territory with its study-abroad offerings: spring break.


On the eve of an Academy Awards marked by the #OscarsSoWhite protest, actress Viola Davis — whose impassioned speech about opportunity for women of color at the 2015 Emmys stirred many reactions —

For five evenings over the course of February, the public is invited onto Arizona State University's campuses for Night of the Open Door, to see what each has to offer, in the form of interac

Night of the Open Door — five free events over the course of February — opens ASU's world to the public and shows off what each campus has to offer.

Buoyed by the thrill of participating in the 2013 national wildlife trivia Quiz Bowl, held in conjunction with the annual conference of The Wildlife Society, four ASU Polytechnic natural resource m

Courtney Klein, who graduated with a bachelor of interdisciplinary studies degree from the College of Letters and Sciences in 2005 and also earned a master of non-profit studies at ASU, was honored


Editor's note: This is part of a series highlighting new faculty members at Arizona State University.

A discussion led by Arizona State University faculty member Brooks Simpson titled "Presidents and War Powers" will air on C



How does one find humanity in sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll?

Does the holiday season put you in a reflective mood? Will winter break give you some unstructured time to jot your ideas and stories down? Is “become a published author” on your bucket list?


British biographer and scholar Sir Jonathan Bate comes to ASU on Nov.

Immersion is key to learning a second language, and the best way to achieve that is by living in a place where that language is predominantly spoken.

If you are looking for your adviser, faculty member or colleague in the College of Letters and Sciences on Tempe campus, beginning Monday, Nov. 23, you’ll find many of them in new digs.

The reality of the workplace can be hard for students to grasp, but a new job shadowing program is giving some Arizona State University students a clearer idea of what their potential careers look

To what extent have the cultural and demographic changes over the last 50 years changed our attitudes about race and the way Americans see each other?

Beowulf is the kind of guy who leaves an impression.

Do you remember where you were when you first read or were exposed to some incarnation of the Old English epic poem?


Two prominent thought leaders and authors from Europe bring a close to the Provost’s Distinguished Lecture Series for 2015.

Casey Self, a leader in the academic advising community at Arizona State University and internationally, admits he couldn’t help but go a little “Vegas” in his keynote address last week at the annu


Throughout history, food and culture have met in art. We have an incredible connection to food through our senses — we love the taste, texture, colors, smells and even the sounds food creates.

Phoenix native Joey Robert Parks believes in his hometown.

The Mexican government calls them “etnias,” or ethnicities. In her research, Saskias Casanova refers to them as “indigenous immigrants.”


When Diane Gubran decided to take a break from college in 1984, she told herself it would be temporary.


History books were not kind during much of the 20th Century to the 18th U.S. president, Ulysses S. Grant, whose administration took place during the difficult years of Reconstruction.

Most U.S. college students take at least one composition course as part of their degree’s general education requirements.

Tim Wise has a reputation for connecting with audiences, especially youth.


Claire Lauer wants her students to become confident creators of multimedia communications for work and everyday life.

The Gettsyburg Address was just 272 words and about two minutes long.


ASU graduate Marisa Borjon's determination to not let health challenges derail her education was the focus of a recent profile in the Eastern Arizona Courier.

Students at Arizona Western College’s Yuma campus will be able to complete a bachelor’s degree thanks to a new partnership with Arizona State University.

The Arizona Republic reported on a new tool from Arizona State University that uses an online quiz to help students choose a career path.

ASU master’s candidate Sarah Muench lives her life with a spirit of adventure – and a mind-set that the world is really a very small place.

Throughout childhood, ASU senior Wayne Stephenson struggled with school – particularly reading and writing.

“The issue of race is so much at the core of our society, but people don’t seem to want to talk about it,” observed journalist and author Anderson Cooper, featured speaker at the second annual Deli


What role can the media play in encouraging a more participatory democracy?

Sarah Swinford, a pre-med student in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts, said she’d never given much thought to the business side of health care – until a career-shadowing program at Ariz

Dorothy Rhodes says she took for granted the stories, songs, dances, customs and ceremonies she learned from her elders growing up on several reservations.

Quality writing, stunning art, beautiful design, strong branding – these descriptors are consistently associated with Arizona State University’s Superst


Arizona State University instructor Lori Eshleman has always been drawn to those spaces in time where cultural and religious traditions have encountered each other, from the European Middle Ages to

Arizona State University professor Eva Brumberger has developed a new text to offer theoretically motivated, research-supported, classroom-tested insights to faculty in a range of fields who want t

Qualifying Arizona State University students will have access to a number of seats in the professional schools and programs offered by Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona, thanks to a new 

In his co-edited anthology “The Civil War: Told By Those Who Lived It,” Arizona State University historian Brooks Simpson explores the bloody conflict in detail.

Helping living things thrive is not just a career for Arizona State University professor Heather Bateman – it’s a way of life.


“Who knows what a pineapple plant and a saguaro cactus have in common?”


One of Arizona’s young visionaries is coming to ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus to headline a popular lecture series and discuss the power of connecting creativity and culture around the world.

Arizona State University’s largest and most successful open-house event of the year, Night of the Open Door, kicks off four events with even more to explore,



More than 400 community members joined Arizona State University’s Center for the Study of Race and Democracy at Talking Stick Resort on Dec.

Looking to improve your academic performance? Begin by looking inward.

Research for books in the humanities is hard, complicated and lengthy.

Bianca Bernstein, who has devoted her career to advancing young women in science and technical fields, has been named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).


A summer education program will offer a glimpse into a post-Apartheid South Africa and explore one of the most beautiful regions of the world, while offering students an opportunity to be a good gl


The ASU Center for the Study of Race and Democracy’s goal for its Delivering Democracy Lecture is lofty: to establish the series as the premier Central Phoenix ev

The word “democracy” is one of the most recognized, venerated and misunderstood terms in the English language.

Shaving down college student loan debt while still in school could soon be an option for ASU and other U.S. university students, thanks to the efforts of a team of ASU innovators.