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ASU students learn the ways of science policy-making through immersive summer session

Science Outside the Lab (SOtL) is an experiential education program designed to teach participants about the relationships between science, policy and societal outcomes in a place where decisions about these important issues are often made — Washington, DC. The program was developed in 2002 by Dan Sarewitz, co-director of ASU’s Washington, D.C.-based think-tank, the Center for Science, Policy and Outcomes...

Exhibit shares little-told tale of Jewish refugees' time in China

The interesting thing about this Holocaust story is that it’s rarely been told. The account centers around Irma Glahs Gottlieb, a 95-year-old Scottsdale woman who survived the Nazi purge of Germany in the 1930s by moving to Shanghai, China. While much of the Jewish diaspora connects survival stories to relocations in North America or other parts of Europe, the Holocaust’s...

Watergate's lesson: History becomes 'bogus' with bad information

John Dean talked to a crowd of ASU journalism students about the importance of their craft and how he doesn't regret blowing the whistle on Watergate because he was telling the truth.

Exhibit shares little-told tale of Jewish refugees' time in China

"Jewish Refugees in Shanghai" an exhibit currently up and running through Dec. 15 at the Cutler-Plotkin Jewish Heritage Center in Phoenix and at ASU’s Hayden Library on the Tempe campus, shares the stories of the Jewish Diaspora's reach into China.

ASU partners with Phoenix Police, Maricopa County to help families of missing persons

Officials estimate that more than 600,000 people are reported missing nationwide every year — a statistic that inspired ASU lecturer Robbin Brooks to begin a collaboration to stage Missing in Arizona, an event to connect people with resources to find loved ones.

ASU students: Got a good idea? Read this story

Two contests sponsored by the Center for Entrepreneurship are asking students to submit their innovative ideas for chances to win funding to make the dream become reality.

A new view of the classic 'Streetcar'

ASU's School of Film, Dance and Theatre prepares a different vision of Tennessee Williams' "A Streetcar Named Desire" by incorporating a unique set and lighting designs.

White House recognizes ASU’s outreach efforts

The White House honored Arizona State University's Access ASU initiative for its efforts to help Hispanics prepare for college.

Eco awakening: Alumna leads sustainability efforts in the Big Apple

Jessica Schreiber is helping lead recycling efforts in America's biggest city — a big leap from never having heard of recycling when she first arrived at ASU.

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