Faculty Achievements

May

A three-bedroom house with a dock is for sale in coastal Lafitte, Louisiana, near a marina and a seafood restaurant, for $160,000, according to a popular real estate app.

Brent Nannenga, an associate professor of chemical engineering in the Ira A.

Nearly two dozen women from South America spent this past week at Arizona State University to become more empowered to fight climate change in their communities.

Perhaps the most well-known aspect of the generous gift to the Arizona State University Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions from Mik

Each year, Arizona State University hosts multiple convocations to recognize the achievements of a wide variety of students, including international students, Hispanic students, military veterans a

Azmat Khan was recently awarded a Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting for her work on the New York Times series “The Civilian Casualty Files,” which, according to the Puli

The new director of Arizona State University’s School of Art wants to see art and arts education properly recognized for the important role they play in transform

Beneath green canopies of towering trees, vivid colors flash by on outstretched wings, while underfoot, a small green tree frog leaps onto a large leaf.

The Clinical Psychology Center in the ASU Department of Psychology is again offering its online summer camp starting this June

A passion for less commonly taught languages is at the "heart" of doctoral student

Chris Ignacio, a first-year MFA student in theater with a concentration in interdisciplinary digital media performance at Arizona State University, spent the spring 2022 semester in New York

Arizona State University student Charlotte Cliatt is the recipient of the 2022 Charles Wexler Mathematics Prize, the highest honor a mathematics undergraduate can receive.

Imagine a series of books infused with the insights of academia and matched with personal experiences and compelling narrative writing that connects with both scholarly and wide public audien

Arizona is on the hunt for high-tech industry, and one of the lures are five science and technology centers being built by Arizona State University.

Neurodegenerative diseases damage and destroy neurons, ravaging both mental and physical health. Parkinson’s disease, which affects over 10 million people worldwide, is no exception.

Future health care entrepreneurs, nurses, compliance officers and researchers are ready to make an impact in health care, having just earned their degrees from Arizona State University’s

Editor's note: ASU News reporter Marshall Terrill, photographer Charlie Leight and videographer Ken Fagan spent the past school year following Kiera Charley's jour

Festive shouts from families and friends reverberated throughout Desert Financial Arena on May 10 as Arizona State University conferred degrees from the Wat

Frank Wilczek, a Nobel Prize-winning theoretical physicist, author and Arizona State University Distinguished Professor, whose boundary-pushing

Just as countries import a vast array of consumer goods across national borders, so living cells are engaged in a lively import-export business.

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University offers courses that nearly every ASU student takes at some point in their college jour

The past four decades have seen many advances in electron microscopy at Arizona State University, and Ray Carpenter has been instrumental in many of them.

Pet adoptions surged during the early months of the pandemic, with more than 

Shawn Banzhaf turned 50 earlier this year, and he said the milestone birthday has made him more reflective.

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It’s just after 3 p.m. on a Tuesday afternoon, and 11 girls from Holdeman Elementary School in Tempe are getting ready for their afternoon exercise inside the school gymnasium. 

Leadership development resources for Arizona State University faculty and staff can now be found together on the new Leadership Development website.

A massive effort to track the COVID-19 pandemic in Arizona over the past two years resulted in the genomic sequencing of more than 100,000 samples of the COVID-19 virus by a coalition of Arizona un

STEM education isn’t typically offered at the grade-school level, but a group of local science, technology, engineering and math activists, including faculty members and students from the

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Throughout his career, Daniel E. Rivera has been dedicated to using his chemical engineering expertise to make an impact.

Laura Guerrero, professor of interpersonal communication in the Hugh Downs School of Human Communic

Brian DeMaris, associate professor and artistic director of the Music Theatre and Opera

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Henry Louis Gates Jr. has inspired hundreds  of celebrities and public figures throughout the years to explore their ancestry and make insightful revelations about their past.

Thousands of Arizona State University graduates who earned advanced degrees on Monday were asked to remain positive in these tumultuous times and to use their expertise to improve their communities

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William H. Kimbel, ASU Virginia M.

Remembering what you ate for dinner last night or where you parked your car this morning is no small feat.

Joan Silk, Arizona State University professor and primatologist, has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences.

Last year, Chandra Crudup set out to use her new position as a Watts College of Public Service and Comm

ASU’s Congressman Ed Pastor Center for Politics and Public Service bestowed its highest honor on the chief judge of the U.S.

Arizona’s economy is strong, but it’s battling inflation and high home prices, said a panel of Arizona State University economists and a real estate expert Wednesday afternoon.

“I would be most content if my children grew up to be the kind of people who think decorating consists mostly of building enough bookshelves.” — Anna Quindlen

Looking high into the trees of jungles and forests around the world – from Ecuador to Uganda – keeping tabs and making observations of spider monkeys and chimpanzees was where Sebastían Ramírez A

Assistant Professor Katelyn Cooper, a biology education researcher in Arizona State University’s

From rising bread and domesticated dogs to penicillin and rubber, humans have a long history of shaping our world through biotechnology — using biological systems and organisms to improve or create

Professor William (Bill) Petuskey is retiring after an extremely successful 39 years at Arizona State University and the

Thu Thao Nguyen, an Arizona State University PhD student working with School of Molecular Sciences Associate Professor Ryan Trovitch, has developed a catalyst that provides a sustainable and effici

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Understanding time management, building confidence, making more money later in your career – these are just a few

America’s energy grid is described as the world’s largest machine.

Technological advances made through engineering research can improve many aspects of people’s lives.

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Last year, Alexandra Navrotsky, the director of Arizona State University’s

Elizabeth Lightfoot traveled the world — twice — as a Fulbright Scholar, each time for a year.

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Sixteen-year-old Avi Agarwal asked a panel of seasoned entrepreneurs for $1,000. Instead, he received $5,000.

The idea that made them want to give more? Edible cupcake liners.

We are constantly bombarded by stimulation in the form of light, sound, heat, pressure and other environmental factors.

An experienced advocate for equitable communities is now the interim director of an Arizona State University-based studio that integrates arts, culture and design to advance just and inclusive plac

The Hyperactivity, Executive dysfunction, and Attention problems (HEAT) Clinic in the ASU Department of Psychology is launching a new research project

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The statistics are alarming: Less than 1% of active physicians identify as American Indian or Alaska Natives, and 90% of U.S.

Digital skills have long been in the spotlight at Arizona State University as the institution prepares its students for the future workforce, and ongoing efforts between ASU and industry leaders en

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Textbooks, lectures and news reports can only go so far to describe the migrant experience and the role of those who provide services to this population.

As the world sees rising ocean temperatures, it will also see more cases of coral bleaching. When corals bleach, they become more vulnerable to other stressors such as water pollution.

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Kenan Song is excited about the potential of additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing.

April

Arizona State University professors Anne Feldhaus and

A genetic study of 2,155 purebred and mixed-breed dogs combined with 18,385 owner surveys has challenged existing notions about dog breed stereotypes and personality types. The study identified 11

Proteins may be the most important and varied biomolecules within living systems.

Teacher Appreciation Week starts on Monday and is celebrated annually the first week of May. But here’s the catch — not all teachers like it.

According to Arizona State University economists, most 2021 metrics for the state and national economy were the best in more than 40 years, but 2022 is being whipsawed by rapid inflation, geopoliti

The shifting role of Congress, the United States’ withdrawal from Afghanistan and the intersection of migration and human trafficking were among the topics discussed Thursday during the first day o

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The Psyche mission — a four-year journey to a metal-rich asteroid expected to launch in August and that could provide clues into the formation of planets — is Arizona State University’s first deep-

Carley Conder, clinical assistant professor of dance in the School of Music, Dance and Theatre at Arizona State University,

Contemporary trends in commercial chemistry laboratory techniques are moving toward incorporation of more automation and remote access to scientific instrumentation and analysis.

Arizona State University’s Durham Hall has been transmogrified, in the words of one of its inhabitants, from “one of the ugliest buildings on campus to one of the most beautiful.”

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As the spring semester draws to a close, several

Earlier this semester, three School of

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Arizona State University has been recognized as a global leader in sustainability efforts, coming in second in the world and first in the U.S.

While wandering Arizona State University’s campus in the late 1970s as a self-professed chemistry nerd, the young Gary Cabirac had no idea he wo

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In 2002, a small group of women leaders who were passionate about Arizona State University, and the community it serves, set out to make a difference.

Viruses are among the most protean entities in nature, ceaselessly mutating and acquiring new characteristics.

The director of the School of Arts, Media and Engineering at Arizona State University has won a million-dollar federal grant to improve the way that computers discern images for the U.S.

Outside of work and sleep, you are likely to be staring at a screen: a TV, tablet, phone and the like. It’s the third most common discretionary behavior American adults do.

How and why do new diseases emerge?

To make new discoveries, scientists are perpetually in need of shedding just a little bit more light on a given subject.

A group of Arizona State University students painted a colorful mural in central Phoenix over the weekend supporting the people of Ukraine in their resistance to the Russian invasion.

The Center for Efficient Vehicles and Sustainable Transportation Systems (EVSTS) has been awarded funding from the National Science Foundation to engage automot

Determining the history of Mars, how it formed and evolved over time, has been a goal of both orbiter and rover missions to the Red Planet for decades.

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As the software development landscape evolves, new security vulnerabilities are surfacing.

In Oman, on the Persian Gulf, there is a large slab of ancient seafloor — including ultramafic rocks from Earth's upper mantle — called the Samail Ophiolite.

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The 18th Annual Pat’s Run — a 4.2-mile run/walk celebrating the legacy of for

Immediately after birth, human infants begin to develop a complex, interwoven fabric of microbes in their gut.

What still haunts Jessica Hirshorn, principal lecturer in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts (CISA) at Arizona State University, is a

The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) recently announced the 2022 class of SIAM Fellows.

This week’s Tunnel Fire north of Flagstaff surprised people — not because it spread so rapidly and has scorched approximately 20,000 acres in a matter of days — but because it happened in April.

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A new Arizona State University analysis shows that the unprecedented events of the COVID-19 pandemic and the killing of George Floyd by a police officer in 2020 had immediate and dramatic effects o

The ASU Department of Psychology gathered to celebrate and unveil the naming of the

World Malaria Day is April 25.

This is what the current U.S. secretary of transportation thinks transit future might look like in 50 years: Flying cars. Drone delivery of packages. Net dividends on energy.

Since 1997, husband and wife Herb and Laura Roskind have been a part of the Arizona State University community in myriad ways, having a profound impact on students within The College of Liberal Art

A new process being developed by Arizona State University researchers enables color printing on a microscale with a simple, inexpensive additive manufacturing process.

Renowned choreographer and Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts Professor Liz Lerman will b

In recognition of research accomplishments and plans for graduate work, three Arizona State University School of Life Sciences students have been named 2022 Graduate Research Fellows by the N

Climate change — and the issues surrounding it — can be difficult to understand.

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As cities everywhere get hotter, addressing increasing heat is becoming a priority.

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Earth Week: Monday, April 19

Earth Week kicked off Monday with a welcome by

Sidney Altman, an Arizona State University professor and Nobel laureate who discovered the catalytic properties of RNA, died on April 5 at the age of 82.

Moving oil and other fuel supplies across the country in a safe and efficient manner makes a difference in the price we pay at the pump and how we heat our homes.

When Interplanetary Initiative Lab student worker Matthew Adkins graduates from Arizona State University with his ma

This wasn’t your typical Project Humanities conversation. It wasn’t warm or fuzzy, and no one walked away feeling all tingly.

Nestled among the sun-lit trees on the east side of Arizona State University’s Tempe campus is a different kind of tree.

Each year, Spring Dance Fest celebrates the work of dance students and faculty in the School of Music, Dance and Theatre at Arizona State University and represents a culmination of their effo

In 2019, a landmark report gave the world its first report card on biodiversity loss.

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has selected Arizona State University School of Earth and Space Exploration Assistant Professor

Active duty military personnel in crisis need real help, not an obstacle course, when it comes to accessing mental health counseling.

Like many churches in the United States, Cheryl Farrell’s congregation is in transition, with a membership that skews older.

PASADENA, Calif. – It’s just before 9:30 a.m. when you arrive at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

The presidents of Arizona’s three public universities said that their institutions flourished during the pandemic, but the post-COVID changes in the economy will require more support from the busin

The Valley Fever Collaborative, a University of Arizona Health Sciences-led partnership with Arizona State University and Northern Arizona University, was awarded $3.1 million in funding by the Ari

The 2022 Distinction of Merit and Scholastic Occupation (DMSO) teacher award was presented to Laura Ackerman-Biegasiewicz, who teaches in Arizo

It’s an early morning wake-up call for Trinity Smith, lead teaching fellow and student studying business data analytics at Arizona State University's 

Responding to the needs of social work students who seek the flexibility of online learning, this fall Arizona State University’s School of Social Work wil

Arizona State University’s Center for Education Through Exploration (ETX Center) has announced the launch of “

The opioid epidemic remains lethal, with nearly 100,000 Americans dying from opioid overdoses in

The amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is connected to its ability to trap heat at Earth’s surface.

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s goal in his war in Ukraine is nothing less than eliminating the country, according to an expatriate Russian-American journalist who spoke at Arizona State Univers

Arizona PBS, ASU Gammage and Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication will host a dynamic event, 

Talk of metabolism modification might instinctively evoke suspicion.

The School of International Letters and Cultures held its annual Language Fair online last month for the second

Spoiler alert: In the final scene of the 1973 movie “Soylent Green” actor Charlton Heston, who plays detective Frank Thorn, is being led off on a stretcher following a gun battle when he desperatel

The Thunderbird School of Global Management at Arizona State University unveiled its new headquarters' name Friday night: the F. Francis and Dionne Najafi Thunderbird Global Headquarters.

We live in an A-to-Z chemical menagerie that makes our modern material world possible.

Mary Matheson, an award-winning British director, is joining Arizona State University as professor of practice in the new program for

A group of Arizona State University social work students have been in a unique program at Phoenix Children’s that combines training for hospital social work with mental health services.

Average annual greenhouse gas emissions were at their highest levels in human history throughout 2010–19.

When the pandemic hit in March 2020, hospitals and clinical facilities across the Valley had to close their doors to nursing students.

Of the many contemporary conveniences often taken for granted in developed countries, modern sanitation may be among the most important.

The Textbook and Academic Authors Association has released the names the 2022 Textbook Award winners: Arizona State University Professor Emeritus Chuck Corbin (and co-authors Darla Castelli, Ben Si

April is National Poetry Month. Poet T.S.

Arizona State University was ranked No.

Ankle sprains are one of the most common musculoskeletal injuries, usually involving a stretched or torn ligament in the joint.

Infants carry a vast assemblage of bacteria, viruses and fungi in their guts.

The ASU+GSV Summit, a collaboration between Arizona State University and Global Silicon Valley, kicked off its three-

On April 19, John Tomasi, inaugural president of Heterodox Academy, will present a lecture titled "Is the Goal of the University to Pursue Knowledge or Social Justice?"

Over the last two decades, scientists have discovered unusual ridge networks on Mars using images from spacecraft orbiting the Red Planet.

In recent years, researchers have begun to explore the vast assemblage of microbes on and within the human body.

Assistant Professor Antia Botana in Arizona State University's Department of Physics was recently selected for a chair of excellence position a

It wasn’t all that long ago that technology was introduced into the classroom.

Two years ago, in the early days of a novel coronavirus spreading methodically to almost every corner of the planet, it was something of a race.

A world without technology transfer would look very different: no Gatorade, no COVID-19 vaccines, no smartphones, among other things.

Ever wonder if what you say, write or communicate online or in any public forum is still protected by the First Amendment?

Medicaid, opioid abuse, the effects of extreme weather on asthma, child eye exam coverage, and records generated by every Arizona pharmacist, nurse and physician since 2007: The

After two and a half years since its groundbreaking ceremony — and construction throughout a pandemic — the new home of Thunderbird School of Global Management at Arizona State Univ

One of the great things about the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University is the chance for designers and artists from different fiel

“OK, Marge, if anyone asks, you require 24-hour nursing care, Lisa’s a clergyman, Maggie is seven people and Bart was wounded in Vietnam,” says Homer Simpson as he's doing his taxes in "The Simpson

Kimberly Marshall, the Patricia and Leonard Goldman Endowed Professor of Organ in ASU's School of Music, Dance and Theatre, was awarded the Meda

In honor of Earth Month, The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University is highlighting work throughout its academic units and centers that addresses climate chang

The American Council on Education (ACE) recently announced the college and university leaders who were selected to participate in this year's 

March

This month, Sun Devil supporters donated more than 4,300 gifts to support Arizona State University programs and students and faculty, surpassing last year’s total of 3,700 gifts.

Microelectronics enable all of the electronic systems we use today, from pacemakers, voting machines and cars to airplanes, missiles and supercomputers.

The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University will host “

The human papillomavirus (HPV) is a known risk factor for cervical cancer.

Actor Bruce Willis, known for his wise-cracking, action hero roles in movies like “Die Hard,” will be retiring from acting because he has been diagnosed with aphasia, a communication disorder that

Arizona State University student Lauren Harstad is the recipient of a 2022 Goldwater Scholarship. The Goldwater Scholar

Today’s robots help us perform daily tasks at home and at work, they work with medical practitioners to overcome medical challenges and physical disabilities, and now they are transporting us

At the American Chemical Society’s national spring meeting in San Diego, Arizona State University Professor Tim Long was honored by the society's Division of Polymer Chemistry with the Paul J.

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has established an extraordinary new benchmark: detecting the light of a star that existed with

Arizona State University’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College placed No. 12 in U.S.

Graduate programs at Arizona State University’s Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions are among the best in the nation, according to t

DNA provides instructions that allow organisms to reproduce, adapt and grow, including when the organism is injured in some way.

Ayanna Thompson is not a fan of musicals.

Arizona State University's School of Earth and Space Exploration has been ranked No. 12 by U.S.

The School of Music, Dance and Theatre at Arizona State University is pleased to announce Samuel Peña as clinical assistant professor and assistant director of the

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Classroom environments have transformed in the last few decades.

On March 3, the Arizona State University School of Molecular Sciences held a special event to remember and celebrate the life and science of longtime faculty member and colleague (Charles) Austen A

Arizona State University Professor Micha Espinosa was recently named the artistic director of the world-renowne

Russia’s recent invasion of Ukraine has left cities decimated, millions of citizens seeking refuge and a country in ruins.

The School of Social Transformation at Arizona State University will celebrate the 22nd annual John P.

A new study from Arizona State University, in collaboration with the Recording Academy and Berklee College of Music Institute for Creative Entrepreneurship, is illuminating the experiences of

Isabel Coronado was 7 years old when her mother, Sarai Flores, was arrested and later served one year at the Coffee Creek Women’s Prison in Oregon.

Before a piano produces beautiful music on stage, the care and maintenance of its 12,000 parts is itself a complicated and delicate symphony.

Arizona State University's School of International Letters and Cultures, in partnership with the Contemporary Chinese Schoo

Students hoping to study abroad this summer recently submitted their applications and will soon be learning whether they have been s

Amongst the high mountain meadows and grasslands of the Ethiopian plateau stands one primate, the gelada — the “bleeding heart” monkey, named for its brilliant red chest.

Immersive journalism pioneer Nonny de la Peña has received a Peabody Field Builder Award, one in a new category

Exonerations occur when a person convicted of a crime is officially cleared based on new evidence of innocence.

The United States of America is in constant change and under great pressure from many directions.

Innovation, adaptability and the ability to compete in an ever-expanding market will be keys to the future of higher education in America, according to Arthur Levine, Distinguished Scholar of Highe

Arizona State University's Center for the Study of Race and Democracy will feature John Quiñones — a trailblazing Emmy Award-winning broadcast journalist, first-

The 10th annual Rosenbluth Family Charitable Foundation Genocide Awareness Week will be on the Arizona State University Tempe campus from A

Northlight Gallery and the School of Art are honoring Arizona State University Regents Professor Mark Klett for 40 years of service to the

How many books children have access to at home predicts how well they learn language and even how long they stay in

Four Arizona State University dance students  Kyla Kabat, Isabella Lepp, Karla Marquez and Fernanda Viera — have been chosen to represent ASU at the 2022

Sunshine, a light breeze, birds in the trees, the blood flowing — a simple walk can work wonders.

Successfully combating the COVID-19 pandemic has depended on the minds, hands and hearts of thousands of individuals in a wide spectrum of fields, from medicine and public heal

“We don’t talk about Bruno” — but we humbly brag about our alumni, especially those who work on Academy Award-nominated films. 

A comment at a family gathering was the first indication Richard Lui had that something seemed a little off with his father, Stephen Lui.

Tony Award-winning poet Lemon Andersen is debuting his latest one-man show, "When Aliens Fall From the

Off the coast of Australia, the sixth wonder of the world sits below the waves, both beautiful and critical to our planet.

When Sue Anderson started in 2015 as director of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at California State University, San Bernardino (C

There’s no debate, heat-related illnesses are common during the summer in Phoenix.

The Colorado River — and the critical water it provides to Arizona — has long been a center of attention for communities and policymakers across the state.

Buckle up, space cowboys: Arizona State University's Interplanetary Initiative podcast, "

Physicists have worked and wrestled with quantum theory for more than a century now, applying it to explore and help solve the profound mysteries of Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity and cosmo

When Gary Herberger was a high school junior, his physics teacher sat down and announced to the class that Herberger would be teaching them for the rest of the semester.

Investigative journalism and history will converge on March 23 when Arizona State University’s Institute for Humanities Research will sponsor a virtual talk with Abdur-Rahman Muhammad, whose years

On March 17, ASU Founders’ Day returned to an in-person format at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix.

Over the course of the past several decades, the religious landscape in the United States has changed rapidly, with about

Arizona State University President Michael Crow received an honorary doctorate (Doctor of Philosophy honoris causa) from the prestigious Dublin City University (DCU) on Wednesday in Washingt

Russia is suffering from the most punishing economic sanctions ever levied against a state.

Two Arizona State University women are immortalized in statue form on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., this month to highlight women in science, technology, engineering and math fields.

According to legend, Pele, Hawaiian goddess of volcanoes and fire, once fell in love with the handsome warrior ʻŌhiʻa and asked him to marry her.

The Arizona State University-led LunaH-Map cubesat will be o

As the war between Russia and Ukraine enters its fourth week, one expert from Arizona State University believes Russian president Vladimir Putin may be looking for a way out.

Now through March 31, ArtSpace West, located on Arizona State University’s West campus, is hosting "Boardz and Arrowz," an exhibit featuring nearly 50 hand-painted and mixed-medium skateboard

From a young age, Americans are often told to avoid controversial topics such as politics and race. But avoiding them altogether may have contributed to today’s political polarization.

In 2014, Arizona State University scientists published research about pre-contact tuberculosis (TB) found near the coast in South America.

Wildfires are becoming more widespread and destructive.

It’s estimated that more than 6 million Americans — and about 24 million people worldwide — are living with the degenerative brain disease called Alzheimer’s, a progressive mental deterioration tha

Margaret Schmidt, professor of music learning and teaching in Arizona State University's School of Music, Dance and Theatre, was recently named the Music Educator of the Year by the

Penicillin. X-rays. Pacemakers.

Sometimes all it takes to save a life is a little bit of innovation.

Inflation reminders are everywhere these days. In conversations with friends, on social media, while driving to or past a gas station. And yes, at the grocery store.

A new art exhibit at Arizona State University is focusing attention on three Black communities that flourished a century ago, and the mob violence that destroyed them. 

Even though they are more like apples and oranges, historians and politicians have long succumbed to the temptation to compare the American and the French revolutions.

Many wounds aren’t a big deal — generally, all you need to do is clean them, apply bandages and let them heal.

As Mark Jacobs prepares to wrap up nearly 20 years of service to Arizona State University, his influence as dean of Barrett, The Honors College is apparent.

Spring break often evokes images of the beach or celebrating with friends, however, students from one high school decided to do things a little differently.

Miki Kittilson and Valerie Hoekstra spent years researching and writing their book on women’s representation in high courts around the world.

We thought it was going to be a temporary thing. But it doesn't appear that way now.

Imagine a class so meaningful to students that one says it is changing her life, while another pledges to cherish the experience she’s having for the rest of hers.

A new study has shown that parent-child relationships protected students who started college in the midst of the pandemic from alcohol misuse and mental health problems.  

Paul Weiss is a leading American nanoscientist whose goal is to research the ultimate limits of miniaturization to develop a new chemical understanding of the physical and biological world. 

Smart campus technology has long been a focus of ASU innovation.

A new study by a post-doctoral fellow at Arizona State University has found that in interviews, street criminals admit that they see undocumented immigrants as easy targets for robbery.

Arizona State University alumna Monica Orillo is in the middle of completing a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship in Germany, but she already knows what the next few years of her career will

Earth is layered like an onion, with a thin outer crust, a thick viscous mantle, a fluid outer core and a solid inner core.

Imagine you’re a CEO or an investor and you want to know what customers think of your latest product launch. You can do a survey, but they’re long and tedious.

On March 17, the Sun Devil community will unite once again for Sun Devil Giving Day, a universitywide day of giving when Arizona State University supporters come together to champion the causes the

Elsie Moore, a beloved Arizona State University faculty member and pioneer in diversity, equity and inclusion, died on Feb. 21 at the age of 72.

The desert is a place that tells stories. Petroglyphs. Tire tracks. Paw prints. The dried parchment of a shed snake skin.

Who was here. What they did. Where they went.

New data compiled from two Indigenous groups living in the Bolivian Amazon show some of the lowest rates of dementia reported in the world. 

Movies on the Field is presented by ASU 365 Community Union, an initiative transforming Sun Devil Stadium into a comm

Cindy Parnell loves to mentor tomorrow’s leaders, and she doesn’t stand still while doing it.

“I like to design and build things,” she said. “I’m not a maintainer.”

A few years ago, Todd Sandrin, the dean of Arizona State University’s New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, got a call from a potential employer in the Valley.

The latest tech buzzword being bandied about: Web 3.0.

But what exactly is it?

In a nutshell, it’s going to be your future internet.

If you don’t work with your hands, chances are you stare at a screen most of the day. Then at the end of the day, you go home and stare at a bigger screen to relax.

If you jumped on TikTok Monday morning, you might have seen a video of a toddler talking to herself in front of a mirror, a rooster wearing blue pants or a three-minute makeup tutorial: Fun, harmle

As part of a statewide plan to attract high-tech industry, Arizona State University is building five science and technology centers.

Arizona State University’s Zero Waste department has long been an arbiter of sustainable practices on campus.

A first-of-its-kind Arizona State University-based training program specifically for Native people holding or aspiring to leadership positions in the public and nonprofit sectors recently welcomed

If you’re feeling like recent geopolitical events have that grim, here-we-go-again vibe, you’re not alone.

On Feb.

Adapted from the beloved 1982 Oscar-nominated film, "Tootsie

Social work and community health care aren’t provided impersonally.

This spring, Arizona State University Theatre will present the first fully produced version of a work by playwright Matthew Paul Olmos

People who don’t gamble don’t really care about those who do.

Those who do gamble?

With the global SARS-CoV2 pandemic now entering year three, science has remained at the forefront of public awareness and importance.

Only 11% of all astronauts have been women, and the number of women working in the aerospace industry has hovered around 20% for the last 30 years.

All politics is local, goes the famous axiom.

Unless one has sworn off all technology, the horrific images from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine are unavoidable.

Millions of Americans tune in every morning to watch NBC News’ Today, featuring Al Roker, Emmy-award winning weatherman and longtime popular anchor.

Zmiinyi, or Snake, Island — a tiny bit of land off the south coast of Ukraine in the Black Sea — made the news recently when 13 Ukrainian soldiers there faced bombardment by a Russian warship on Fe

Al Roker, the Emmy award-winning weatherman and popular anchor for NBC News’ "Today," reflected on his career, his experiences with racism in the newsroom and the continued evolution of journalism

Solar electricity is produced almost entirely by panels, or modules, constructed with light-absorbing cells made from silicon.

While there’s a long history of communities growing their own food, there’s been a recent uptick in people finding alternatives to the grocery store.

Arizona State University students who aspire to be in charge of a municipality can get direct experience working with actual city and town managers through a paid internship program offered through

Several faculty members in Arizona State University's School of International Letters and Cultures have recently been named recipients of grants and awards in su

Arthur Levine, a prominent educator and author of books on higher education and teaching, has been named the 2022 John J.

It was 1977 when Anna Wales first set foot on the Arizona State University campus while visiting a friend.

This week, five experts gathered virtually on behalf of the nonpartisan think tank New America to discuss the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine.

It was early January when the three students in Arizona State University's Veterans Imagination Project pilot program got together to talk about the first week of class.

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to linger and we approach World Wildlife Day on March 3, many scholars among the Homo sapein variety of animal have found themselves pondering more than usu

Students, faculty, staff and alumni of the Arizona State University School of Social Work and noteworthy community organizations who demonstrated outstanding achievement during the past year will b

February

ASU in California hosted a conversation with U.S. State Department Deputy Assistant Secretary Kevin O’Reilly on Tuesday, Feb.

Gene Valentine, Arizona State University professor emeritus and a charter member of the ASU Emeritus College, died on

Arizona State University is assembling a dream team to train the creative workforce of the future and building facilities that will allow graduates to take advantage of open positions in emerging t

Menopause marks the end of a woman’s fertility, but it can also bring about a slew of other — often baffling — changes, from weight gain to brain fog.

Many people think of ceramics in terms of dinner plates, kitchen tiles and bathroom sinks.

The search for alien life has been restricted to using life on Earth as the reference, essentially looking for “life as we know it” beyond Earth.

The National Academy of Inventors (NAI) has named Arizona State University Deputy Director Stephen Mu

Since launching the first online degree in 2017, the number of chemistry and biochemistry undergraduate majors in the School of Molecular Sciences at Arizona State University has more than doubled.

Synthetic biology is a rapidly developing field at the frontier of science. It applies engineering methods to direct the behaviors of living systems for beneficial outcomes.

Proteins are among the most versatile and ubiquitous biomolecules on Earth. Nature uses them for everything from building tissues to regulating metabolism to defending the body against disease.

Academics on sabbatical often invest their time away from regular assignments in travel, fieldwork or additional research.

How many of you shop on Facebook? Maybe you’ve done it once or twice, but regularly? You’re probably more likely to go to a website like eBay or J.Crew to shop, not to a social media platform.

By any measure, Arizona State University Associate Professor Joe Lockard is an expert in African American studies and 19th and 20th century

As part of the Opioid Policy Fellows program presented by the National Conference of State Legislators, Arizona State University Professor Foster O

In preparation for its annual meeting, the American Association of Geographers (AAG), a global network of leading researchers, educators and practitioners in geography, recognized a select gr

The American Liszt Society, AZ Chapter Festival will be held at Arizona State University's School of Music, Dance and Theatre on Feb. 27.

Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine on Thursday, killing more than 100 Ukrainian

Work smarter, not harder: The ASU triathlon team is using science to do just that, and Arizona State University’s newest biomedical facility in downtown Phoenix is playing a part.

A team of scientists from Arizona State University has taken a significant step closer to unlocking the secrets of photosynthesis, by determining the structure of a very large photosynthetic superc

Secrets — those dastardly details you confide in another person that come back to haunt you — are a social phenomenon among humans.

The Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University announced today the appointment of one of the country’s leading antitrust lawyers to expand the school’s work in this important ar

Professor Marcel O’Gorman is empowering people to create movements and take to the streets using critical design practices, and the Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics has saved you a front row

These days, a sneeze in public can often be followed up by a clumsy assurance that it’s just allergies, and a promise that the offender has been tested for COVID-19.

Rebecca Sandefur describes civil justice this way:

Inside Arizona State University’s new high-rise building in downtown Phoenix sits the crown jewel of the Popular

There are a couple of reasons Arizona State University Professor Bernard Young — who has a PhD in philosophy from Cornell — gives students when th

On Feb. 27, the communitywide education program and exhibit "Holocaust by Bullets" will open on Arizona State University’s Tempe campus. 

Timothy Takahashi has had a lifelong fascination with cars and airplanes, and the gamut of different styles of each.

For more than 50 years, mathematicians have been pondering a problem in discrete geometry concerning equiangular lines — how many such lines can exist simultaneously in a given dimension?

Arizona State University Assistant Professor Antia Botana of

On Feb. 28, the Graduate College will honor four Arizona State University graduate professors with Outstanding Faculty Mentor Awards.

The quest for sustainable energy has become a central challenge for society.

The walls of university buildings have much more hanging from them than whiteboards, fire alarms and portraits of revered professors.

Most of the cities in the world have developed because a river runs through them.

The room is dark at first, but once the lights are on, you see birds — absolutely everywhere. Gleaming glass eyes stare down at you from across the room.

Fifty years later, we still can’t refuse the offer.

The Zoom call is less than a minute old, and already Lindy Elkins-Tanton is wondering what all the fuss is about.

“I feel a little embarrassed to be singled out,” she says.

As global challenges go, significantly reducing the amount of harmful greenhouse gases that have accumulated in the Earth’s atmosphere and oceans is most certainly among the most daunting.

As the country’s attention turned toward issues of social justice during the summer of 2020, a group of students in the Herberger Institute for Design

An hour and a half before sunrise on the morning of Feb. 17, 1944, 500 U.S. Navy Grumman Hellcats swarmed the Japanese base at Chuuk Lagoon in Micronesia, the South Pacific.

From theatrical comedy to monodrama and performance art, Arizona State University's School of Music, Dance and Theatre will present three thought-provoking works by an artist who uses music to enga

For most of eight decades, the Morrison family owned some of the largest tracts of real estate in Phoenix’s East Valley, totaling more than 3,000 acres.

The Cronkite School just got another “get.”

During a meeting in October with Esteban Moctezuma Barragan, Mexico’s ambassador to the U.S., ASU President Michael M.

It’s 72 degrees on a beautiful Thursday morning as the students in Jose-Benito Rosales Chavez’s Urban Food Systems class gather at Spaces of Opportunity, a community garden near 12th Avenue and Bas

Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, Muhammad Ali and Maya Angelou are among the notables frequently mentioned in conversations related to Black History Month — and rightfully so.

Dave MacKinnon’s body has endured several injuries from years of playing hockey: a concussion, a separated shoulder, broken teeth and stitches in strange places.

Graduate dance students in Arizona State University's School of Music, Dance and Theatre will present eight pieces of original choreography showcasing a wide range of movement forms in the Da

Citizen science engages people who don’t identify as researchers in science investigations.

Matt Witczak believe

Crestcencia Ortiz-Barnett knew she wanted to do something for Black History Month, but she wasn’t sure what.

How do you become a Regents Professor, the elite of the academic world, specializing in chaos? Sometimes it’s just random.

Representation is a powerful tool that can be used to bring positive social change to our world.

Steel has been the backbone of infrastructure and industry for more than 150 years.

Since 2001, Local to Global Justice has been educating ASU students and the greater community about issues of justice while promoting diversity, freedom of speech and academic freedom of disc

The Graduate College has announced the next phase of Arizona State University’s collaboration with the Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning.

NASA’s Mars 2020 Perseverance rover landed on Mars on Feb. 18, 2021. It is the most sophisticated rover NASA has ever sent to the red planet.

Research led by Arizona State University Professor Hilairy Hartnett is being honored with the 2022

At Karen Harris’ first teaching job, in a fourth grade class in West Virginia, the students asked her why she cared so much about t

Recent history has amply demonstrated that questions of constitutional design and interpretation remain at the center of U.S. politics.

Each spring, the ASU Alumni Association hosts a Founders’ Day celebration honoring individuals who exemplify the spirit of the founders of the university’s predecessor, the Tempe Normal School.

In the United States, one in four older adults is considered to be socially isolated and 43% report feeling lonely. Both of those things have a significant impact on their health. 

Twenty-seven bones, 27 joints, more than 30 muscles and over 100 ligaments make up the human hand.

As part of Arizona State University’s Equity, Diversity and Inclusion initiatives,

Black History Month is a celebration. But it’s also a time for awareness and education.

The Student Alumni Association, in partnership with the ASU Alumni Association, will be hosting its second annual Maroon and Gold Classic Golf Tournament on Wednesday, April 27, at Papago Golf Club

Richard Knopf, an ambassador for lifelong learning who helps guide older adults along paths of continuing knowledge, will be inducted as a fellow

An Arizona State University professor is taking over the nation’s top arts agency just as arts organizations are working to re-emerge from the pandemic.

For the app aficionado in today’s 5G world, waxing nostalgic on what dating and romance used to be may only go back as far the dial-up modem that brought “Shopgirl” and “NY152” together in the pre-

America does not have a shortage of licensed teachers. It does, however, have a shortage of people who want to teach.

What are we out of? Everything.

One of the biggest problems facing our society today? Disinformation, according to Joshua Garland.

When Hurricane Maria slammed into Puerto Rico in September 2017 as a high-end Category 4 storm, it left in its wake the largest catastrophe in the history of the island.

Dmitry Zimin, a renowned scientist, entrepreneur and philanthropist whose

A new report released today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America calls for policymakers worldwide to develop sustainable and equitable solutions to

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues around the world, the Phoenix entrepreneurial community’s tradition of providing support and expertise for growing businesses reached beyond Arizona.

Americans are increasingly divided on everything from immigration to COVID-19 vaccines, from racial justice to foreign policy, and from voting laws to climate change. How can we engage civilly amid

The 2022 Winter Olympics have kicked off in Beijing, coinciding with Black History Month. But very few of the 225 athletes representing the U.S. are Black — continuing a long trend.

Coping with the COVID-19 pandemic means dealing with vaccinations, testing, masks and physical distancing.

The Waste Management Phoenix Open is the largest attended golf tournament in the world.

Arizona State University's Interplanetary Initiative convened a second meeting of the Orbital Reef University Advisory

Almost 760 million people live without electricity.

In 1964 Sidney Poitier made history, becoming the first Black actor to win the Oscar for Best Actor for his performance in "Lilies of the Field."

The 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympic Games are set to begin in Beijing, China.

Getting old has its perks and perils. People are mostly kind and respectful to their elders, but that doesn’t keep older adults from being undervalued citizens of their communities.

Later this month, Galala University in Egypt will begin offering dual bachelor degrees with Arizona State University, allowing students there the opportunity to earn an accredited degree from

For humans, exposure to adversity early in life, and the negative social effects that may result, increase our susceptibility to illness and an early demise.

Each year, Arizona State University names faculty from across the university as President’s Professors.

A new center at Arizona State University aims to help us better understand the history of early stars, galaxies and black holes to enhance our knowledge of the universe.

Carolyn and

ASU 365 Community Union’s Movies on the Field program screens a movie on the Frank Kush Field in Sun Devil Stadium on the third Friday of each

In recent years, deadly infectious diseases, including Ebola and COVID-19, have emerged to cause widespread human devastation.

Online degree programs have been improving access to higher education for years, but the massive switch during the pandemic highlighted the benefits of digital degree programs, according to several

In an effort to better understand how the push for clean energy and its related global demand is impacting the biodiversity of the Amazon basin, a group of multi-disciplinary researchers are

Donna (not her real name) is the communications director for a major Valley nonprofit. Her husband is a master electrician and works outside the home.

Mitchell Jackson has a story to tell.

A new report and analysis on the relative ease of doing business in cities across North America shows that lowering barriers to entry makes a big difference for underrepresented founders.

A new treatment for autism, created by Arizona State University researchers and their colleagues, has been granted a patent by the U.S. Patent Office.

January

It’s Shakespeare as you probably haven’t heard him before: en español. 

From Facebook data breaches and infrastructure security challenges to ransomware groups

Scientists Joshua Abbott and

Sharks are some of the most threatened animals on Earth, and while many scientists want to dedicate their research to helping to save sharks, many report that they don’t know how to do this effecti

Since childhood, Peter Rogerson has always had a unique fascination with patterns and numbers. 

In a remote canyon in northwestern New Mexico sits one of America’s greatest historical treasures — and one of the Southwest’s greatest mysteries.

An Arizona State University alumna and former faculty member has taken the helm of the nation’s mission control center for space exploration.

A new program out of Arizona State University’s School of Molecular Sciences is creating opportunities for Native Ame

Arizona State University’s Biodesign Institute joins an international team led by the University of California San Diego School of Medicine to help unlock the causes of ulcerative colitis.

It’s a tale told time and time again.

Gill nets are massive walls of netting which hang in the water. They’re designed to allow fish to get their heads through the netting but not their body.

Faculty and student work may start in the classrooms at Arizona State University, but the commitment to innovation reaches far beyond brick and mortar buildings, spaning a variety of multidis

Arizona State University's Interplanetary Initiative welcomed Theodora Ogden to its ranks this month as its first Interplanetary Fellow.

Arizona State University has partnered with the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany over the last two years to bring events, exhibits and a piece of the Berlin Wall to campus, all for

Arizona State University’s College of Health Solutions is now home to one of the largest and most respected nutrition and dietetics programs in the U.S., but there was a time when nutrition at ASU

Each year, Arizona State University dance BFA seniors choreograph, design and present a program of original work that highlights the learning they have done during their time in the

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a progressive neuromuscular disease, believed to affect as many as 30,000 Americans.

The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world’s largest general scientific society and publisher of the Science family of journals, has elected

Donald Siegel, Foundation Professor of Public Policy and Management and director of the Arizona State University 

The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world’s largest general scientific society and publisher of the Science family of journals, has elected

Body shape, not just weight, drives stigma related to overweight and obesity, and now a new study has sh

Energy conservation and emissions reduction have received increased national and international attention since the

As part of Arizona State University's pandemic response teams, infectious disease epidemiologist Megan Jehn has been part of me

The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world’s largest general scientific society and publisher of the Science family of journals, has elected

The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world’s largest general scientific society and publisher of the Science family of journals, h

The online master’s degree program in criminology and criminal justice at Arizona State University continues for an eighth consecutive year as one of the nation’s top 10 such courses of study, acco

Outside of science, and until the pandemic, most ordinary people were not aware of scientific modeling.

People aren’t just feeling pain at the pump these days — they’re feeling it all over.

“Everybody can be great … because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and verb agree to serve.

Plants, algae and cyanobacteria use photosynthesis to produce oxygen and reduce carbon, like carbohydrates, which builds and fuels our entire biosphere.

Peter Murrieta grew up hearing stories about his ancestor Joaquin Murrieta, also known as the Robin Hood of the West, from his relatives

Eugenia Hernandez Ruiz, assistant professor in ASU's School of Music, Dance and Theatre, was recently awarded

A new report from Arizona State University has found that among homeless young adults who were surveyed, about 40% had experienced exploitation – sex trafficking or labor trafficking.

In May 2020, Arizona State University reached a major milestone when it enrolled approximately 3,500 American Indian students.

Can participating in sports keep a young man out of trouble?

Life is stressful, and chronic stress can have serious physical and mental consequences.

The field of microelectronics plays a macro-sized role in our lives.

Javid Qaem’s career path has taken him near and far, not merely geographically, but in the many ways that he has served.

Routines have a lot of benefits. They can provide stability and help us make progress toward our goals.

The legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

This spring, Arizona State University theater students will have the opportunity to work with professional directors on two major theater productions.

English and most other human languages apply a feature known as negation.

Most galaxies, including our own, grow by accumulating new material and turning them into stars — that much is known.

The first two of five Watts Endowed Professors, funded from the 2018 Watts family gift to the college, have been named by the Watts College of Public Servic

This fall marks Francisco Pedraza’s first semester at Arizona State University.

Last year, the Cox Connected Environments Collaboratory began working with ASU to help the university further its sustainability goal

Engineering students at The Polytechnic School, one of the seven Ira A.

The dramatic upheaval Géza Kmetty endured in his early years makes his life and career trajectories, professional achievements and contributions to engineering and higher education genuinely remark

While sorting through photos in the J. Eugene Grigsby Jr.

Known by many as the “Jon Stewart of the Arab World,” Bassem Youssef is set to perform his satire c

Kimberly Scott has been named to a new role focused on increasing diversity, equity and inclusion opportunities in philanthropy, and expanding faculty involvement in philanthropy.

The American Academy of Social Work and Social Welfare‘s selection of a professor as one of its fellows represents a major distinction for that professor’s

About 2.4 billion years ago, Earth’s atmosphere underwent what is called the Great Oxidation Event (GOE). Prior to the GOE, early Earth had far less molecular oxygen that we have today.

When mass protests erupted in Kazakhstan last week, and the country’s largest

Editor's note: This story originally appeared in the winter 2022 issue of ASU Thrive magazine.

Editor's note: This story originally appeared in the winter 2022 issue of ASU Thrive magazine.

For generations, every Arizona schoolchild learned that the state’s economy is based on the five Cs: cattle, cotton, copper, climate and citrus.

Editor's note: This story originally appeared in the winter 2022 issue of ASU Thrive magazine.

New Year’s is often a reset for people. It’s a chance to make resolutions or set intentions and goals for the days, weeks and months ahead.

Sun Devil Dining at Arizona State University is making it easier for students and the campus community to choose climate-friendly foods through the launch of Cool Food Meals this January.

Two Arizona State University dance alumni were recently published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Dance Education in Practice.

Chelsea Pace is using her expertise in staging sex to create safer spaces for actors.

What do we mean when we use the term “systemic racism," and how does it differ from individual prejudice and legal discrimination?

The renowned St.

A new year is traditionally a time for looking forward, but in the midst of a relentless pandemic, growing climate crisis and rising political divisiveness, it can be exhausting to stay hopeful abo

ASU scientists and engineers building the Europa Thermal Emission Imaging System (E-THEMIS) for NASA’s 

Have you ever thought about the amount of single-use plastic cutlery disposed of daily on the ASU Tempe campus? How about in a semester? Or a year?

When crossing the street at Arizona State University’s Tempe campus, you may have noticed blue light poles placed along the sidewalks.

For some people who indulged over winter break, January might be a time of dieting.

But which kind of diet? Banning all treats or allowing some “cheats?”

Solutions journalism has become a popular form of storytelling in recent years, and Arizona State University's News Co/Lab will apply its use in a

“Do we belong together?” This question can lead to passionate discussions about the status of romantic relationships. 

Sidney Poitier, a Hollywood icon who broke racial barriers in his roles and as the first Black man to win the best actor Oscar, left a legacy that will live on through film school students at Arizo

Shakira Hobbs had an idea as an engineering graduate student in 2014, and she transformed it into a globally impactful nonprofit only five years later.

Michael Sauer has a passion for biochemistry and computational mathematical sciences.

“Undoing Time: Art and Histories of Incarceration,” the social justice exhibition at the

COVID-19 has gutted businesses large and small, and damaged the psyche of the American workforce.

Ten thousand years ago, the Sahara was green. Lakes, grasslands and trees covered what is now the world’s largest hot desert.

It can be argued that activists often don't have time to adequately process what they've experienced and learned before considering their next steps.

The holidays are often a time when greeting cards and emails arrive from friends and family near and far.

Despite a year of unparalleled challenges, including a pandemic, travel restrictions and redirected funding, Arizona State University continues to grow its research enterprise and advance new disco

Arizona State University alumnus, staff member and community leader 

An influential professor at Arizona State University since 1997, Neal Lester has been select