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Postdoc Profile: Ashley Ruiz

Dr. Ashley Ruiz is a Presidential Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation who is researching the interactions in healthcare that cause secondary victimization (re-traumatization) to survivors of sexual assault.

Postdoc Profile: Ronald A Nelson, Jr.

Dr. Ronald A Nelson, Jr. is a postdoctoral fellow at Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering where he is working on developing innovative research that advances multi-million dollar initiatives focusing on regenerative medicine and biomedical…

Postdoc Profile: Leonard Mukosi

Dr. Leonard Mukosi is a Postdoctoral Research Scholar for the Research on Violent Victimization Lab within the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice. Dr. Mukosi uses a solution-focused approach to address the problem of missing and murdered…

Postdoc Profile: JoAnna Reyes

Dr. JoAnna Reyes is a Postdoctoral Scholar at the School of Art whose research centers on the visual and material culture of colonial Mexico and contemporary Chicana/o America.

Postdoc Profile: Zahra Khademmodaresi

Dr. Khademmodaresi is a Postdoctoral Research Scholar for the School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy whose research focuses on synthesizing polymeric structures for carbon dioxide capture from ambient air.

Postdoc Profile: Liliana Caughman

Meet the School of Life Sciences’ Senior Global Futures Scholar, Dr. Lilana Caughman who researches how processes relate to outcomes, specifically in collaborative and community-based urban transformation and climate justice initiatives.

Postdoc Profile: Arturo Cano Bejar

Meet Dr. Arturo Cano Bejar, a Postdoctoral Research Scholar at W. P. Carey Department of Information Systems whose research at ASU focuses on understanding the hows and whys of hate speech and personal financial decisions.

Postdoc Profile: Luis Welbanks

Dr. Luis Welbanks is a Postdoctoral Scholar at the School of Earth and Space Exploration who studies the atmospheres of exoplanets to investigate what they are made of. Dr. Welbanks aims to use his research to determine if humans are alone in the…

Postdoc Profile: Debalina Maitra

Dr. Debalina Maitra is an Associate Research Scientist at Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering whose research focuses on diversity, inclusion and equity. Dr. Maitra hopes her research will make education more equitable for everyone.

Postdoc Profile: Devin Bowes

Dr. Devin Bowes is a Postdoctoral Research Scholar at the Biodesign Center for Environmental Health Engineering whose research leverages community wastewater to non-invasively and comprehensively understand various aspects of population health and…

Graduate students get support for competitive graduate fellowships and awards

Ford, Boren, and Fulbright may sound like a rand

Making a fresh start

My best friend growing up had her birthday on August 5, which of course is right before the start of school. As fate would have it, my son was born on August 5.

Astrophysics PhD candidate studies first stars, dances dissertation

With a light switch, candle and three balls of decreasing sizes to represent the sun, the Earth and the moon, Nivedita Mahesh’s father demonstrated eclipses.

New feature in interactive Plan of Study simplifies the defense results recording process

The Graduate College has reinvented the process for recording results for completing a defense for a thesis or dissertation.

Redesigned Gportal Financial improves processing of graduate student awards

In March, the Graduate College launched an upgraded tool for staff in academic departments across the university to enter

Graduate students reveal how their research advances ASU's design aspirations

The Graduate College is collecting information from graduate students on how their research contributes to ASU's eight design aspirations. The results are inspiring.

ASU Graduate College announces 2022 Staff Awards for Excellence winners

The Graduate College Staff Awards for Excellence are awarded in four categories: Going the Extra Mile, Outstanding New Staff Member, Supporting Student Success and Outstanding Collaboration.

Fulbright can provide graduate students with a life-changing experience

Michele Clark traveled to Nepal to study a species of invasive vine. Alexander Meszler studied recent developments in secular organ performance in France.

Was my master’s degree worth it?

Was getting my master’s degree worth it? If this question stopped you from pursuing a master’s or crossed your mind before you began a program—you are not alone.

Pride Month: Events happening around Arizona

Pride Month, celebrated during the month of June brings rainbow flags, glitter and festivities all across the globe, recognizing the LGBTQIA+ community and culture.

Registration open for Summer Graduate Writing Camps

University Academic Success Programs is hosting two summer graduate writing camps in June for Arizona State University enrolled graduate students. 

Sitting on both sides of the table: Tips for combating job interview stress

The end of the school year is approaching. Sure, there’s excitement in the air, but endings can also bring uncertainty and insecurity. This is especially true when it comes to a top end-of-year stressor—the job application process. 

ASU students earn Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning Associate-level Certifications

Six students have been awarded Associate-level Certifications from the Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning Network.

PhD candidate draws on Arizona upbringing to tell Latinx and Indigenous stories

On an early Sunday morning, Oscar Mancinas sits at his desk working on his next book. For him, writing is a process that can take place over the course of a week, month or even several years.