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Decades of progress for Latino scholars at ASU

They’re future diplomats, entrepreneurs and community advocates. But they’re also effecting change in the present day. Currently 110 Sun Devils make up the cohort of Latino Partnership Scholars, a collaboration between Arizona State University and partner organizations that was founded in 1984 to support underrepresented students and make a collective impact for access to education in the Latino community. Originally...

Michael Crow honors recipients of 2020 President’s Awards and SUN Awards

Arizona State University President Michael Crow honored members of the ASU community during the 2020 President’s Recognition Ceremony, which was held virtually on Oct. 7. The annual event recognizes individuals in the community and ASU who work tirelessly to promote the university’s shared values of excellence in innovation, sustainability and social embeddedness. The ceremony also honors the top Serving University...

New online degree explores the idea of church and state

Arizona State University's School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies ’ new religious studies bachelor’s degree concentration in religion, politics and global affairs is now available as an online degree. “We decided to launch the concentration online after witnessing the online success of our other bachelor’s concentration in religion, culture and public life ,” said Leah Sarat , religious studies...

Innovation in action

For a sixth year in a row, ASU has been named most innovative school in the country. Devils in the Details highlights seven of ASU’s most innovative projects, and the people behind them, which made this ranking possible.

ASU moves up to No. 4 in Sierra Club's 'coolest schools'

Sierra magazine, the national publication of the Sierra Club, released its 14th annual “Cool Schools” competitive ranking of North America’s greenest colleges and universities on Sept. 28, ranking Arizona State University fourth out of more than 300 institutions. This is the fourth year ASU has scored in the top 20; last year it was No. 10. Success did not happen...

ASU named a ‘best college’ by The Princeton Review

The Princeton Review has named Arizona State University one of the Best 386 Colleges in its 2021 rankings , which were compiled by surveying 143,000 students across the country. In the 29th edition of the rankings, ASU is listed under the category of "great schools for some of the most popular undergraduate majors," highlighting ASU’s agriculture, business and finance, and...

ASU ranked a top 10 university for 'first-year experiences'

For a second year in a row, Arizona State University has been ranked among the top 10 universities in the nation for first-year experiences, according to U.S. News & World Report. ASU ranked No. 9 in the nation in the 2-year-old category — outperforming Brown University, Princeton University and University of Texas at Austin. No matter the population, universities and...

ASU ranked No. 1 in innovation for 6th year by US News and World Report

Long before it was a buzzword, innovation was a concept that Arizona State University embraced in the name of reimagining the role of an institution of higher education. Over the past several years, that credo has manifested in a host of breakthroughs, advancements and transformations. In recognition of the university’s culture of discovery, U.S. News & World Report has announced...

ASU launches Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory with audacious goal: Transforming the world for a better future

At a time of increasing challenges around the globe, successful responses and solutions depend on recognizing the complexity and interconnectedness of the Earth’s systems, both natural and societal. This includes confronting the accelerating dangers of a planet out of balance, the multiplicity of threats spurred by systemic failures — and embracing the enormous potential for humankind to set things right...

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