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ASU uses digital storytelling to grapple with science and society

Researchers at Arizona State University have received a four-year, $3 million grant from the National Science Foundation to use the interactive, engaging nature of digital narrative to invite deeper conversations about questions of scientific creativity and responsibility.

ASU's Casey Self: Leader in global academic advising community

Casey Self, a leader in the academic advising community at Arizona State University and internationally, keynoted the annual meetings of the Global Community for Academic Advising (NACADA), in Las Vegas, Oct. 4-7. The organization promotes and supports quality academic advising in higher education.

ASU professor’s work on urban climate builds legacy

Designing new urban centers to be more efficient and updating old ones has become the focus of many urban planners and architects in the past two decades and ASU's own professor emeritus, Anthony Brazel, may have been a major driving factor in the transition.

ASU, Arizona Western College unite to address workforce needs of southwest Arizona

Beginning in the Spring 2016 semester, the ASU@Yuma program will allow students to complete their associate’s degree from Arizona Western College and continue their education to earn an ASU bachelor’s degree, taking all the classes needed at the same location in Yuma.

W. P. Carey School launches Forward Focus MBA program

Arizona State University’s W. P. Carey School of Business wants to help people who desire to do good through its new Forward Focus MBA program, which will offer up to 120 full scholarships for master’s of business administration degrees next year.

A horse of many scholars: ASU enlivens Arizona Opera production of lost equine musical

It took a 60-year journey from Europe to the United States and back to bring Emmerich Kálmán’s musical comedy "Arizona Lady" to the main stage, and it would not be debuting without the discovery, translation and performances of Arizona State University scholars, alumni and students.

YA author and ASU alum on online bullying, writing for teens

Tom Leveen stumbled upon the young adult genre quite by accident, but it has been good to him. His eighth novel, "Hellworld," will be out in 2017, but it was the subject of his book "Random" that has led the author to speak out on the dangers of online bullying.

Tempe Drift: How an underdog student engineering team is building a race car from the ground up

Some 110 engineering students will spend countless hours this year designing, fundraising, building and testing a Formula-style race car, all with the hope of beating last year's showing at the national Formula SAE race in June.

ASU analysis prompts discussion on officer-involved shootings

The Phoenix Police department will review how officers handle foot pursuits following an analysis of officer-involved shootings by ASU's Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety, a unit of the College of Public Service and Community Solutions.