Thank you to Simin Levinson

For her thoughtful leadership of the University Senate and University Academic Council in advancing shared governance at Arizona State University.

2021 Academic Assembly Election Results

Downtown Phoenix


Campus President Elect:
Maureen McCoy

Polytechnic


Campus President Elect:
Scotty Craig

Tempe


Campus President Elect:
Susanne Neuer

GGC:
Naomi Jackson
Andrea Pittman

West


Campus President Elect:
Hala King

CAFT:
Naomi Jackson
Majia Nadesan

APGC


Tara Mospan (Downtown)
Mimmo Boanni (Tempe)
Chris Kyselka (Polytechnic)

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Senator Spotlight April 2021

Senator Spotlight

This Month's Senator Spotlight is on Hala King

What unit do you represent?  
Mathematics and Natural Sciences at ASU West.

How many years have you served in the Senate? 
This is my third year.

How many years have you been employed at ASU? 
4 ½ years.

What other institutions have you taught at before coming to ASU? 
American University of Beirut, UC Santa Cruz, Pepperdine University, California Lutheran University

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Hala King

Faculty Achievement

QS World University Rankings has released its list of more than 300 of the top universities in the United States, with Arizona State University moving up nearly 30 spots to

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

Sam Primack, the 2017 ASU Gammage Rising Star Award recipient and winner of Best

The Institute for Humanities Research (IHR) at Arizona State University has awarded fellowships to eight ASU faculty for the 2021–22 acad