• Bill Tate, dean and vice provost of graduate education at the University of Washington at St. Louis visits ASU for lecture

    Graduate Education Disrupted

    This Graduate College Distinguished Lecture examines how graduate education can be a community partner to foster opportunity, health, well-being and civic-space problem solving.

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  • Brian David Johnson

    Experience Ingenuity

    For 80 years ingenuity has been the hallmark of ASU’s graduate students. Meet some of the graduate students who are carrying the ASU flag of innovation out into communities around the world.

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  • 2018-19 Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award recipients

    Meet the 2018-19 outstanding faculty mentors

    Graduate College celebrates 31 years of excellence in mentoring.

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  • Young woman with curly hair, laughing.

    Learn about the new iPOS

    The graduate Interactive Plan of Study (iPOS) got a major makeover. Watch the video to learn what's new.

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  • A man in Patagonia t-shirt fishing on a lake, the sun reflecting off the water.

    Influencing change through Knowledge Mobilization

    Postdocs, Jesse Senko and Erica Soltero demonstrate how they mobilize their knowledge.

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Leading through knowledge use and innovation

Thrive in Arizona State University’s dynamic graduate community and jumpstart your career and leadership in the global workforce. In addition to expert training in your field, we offer tools to help you shape your journey, from extraordinary opportunities in mentoring and intensive professional development to key steps for completing a degree and more.

More than 53,000 ASU students earned their master’s, doctorates and professional law degrees in the last 10 years. Take a look at their impact locally, nationally and globally and let us show how you can translate your dreams into action.

Dean's quote

"ASU graduate students become lifelong learners, create inter- and trans-disciplinary knowledge on issues of social significance and begin to build career pathways from the moment they enroll in programs."

Alfredo J. Artiles,
Dean, Graduate College

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