News

2020

July

June

For an older person with dementia, a rousing rendition of big-band music might stir some memories. And when that older person claps or sings along, the brain connection is even stronger.

Students at Arizona State University have access to dozens of programs that allow them to help people in the community, in Arizona, across the U.S. and around the world.

Engineering is a method of problem-solving that can help address a variety of challenges — even how students can safely and effectively return to school during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University has expanded its efforts to help students secure highly coveted positions, resulting in 34 stud

Every year since 1952, competitive graduate students from all over the country apply for the National Science Foundation Graduate

For new students, the idea of going to an unfamiliar place can be daunting, and this has only been compounded by the pandemic.

June is Pride Month, a time to celebrate lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, and an Arizona State University graduate student has put together a virtual showcase of local queer artists t

Protective face masks are key to Arizona State University and other schools and organizations reopening because their use significantly decreases coronavirus spread.

Arizona State University religious studies doctoral candidate Mulung Hsu has been awarded the

For law students, summer internships and externships are of vital importance, offering the chance for real-world training and network building that can lay the foundation for a successful career.

The COVID-19 pandemic has set off a cascade of troubling shockwaves.

The year 2020 has proven to be one full of heartache, fear and anger. Social injustices that have existed in the U.S. for generations are now being thrown into sharp relief.

Technology is an enabler. Applying it in the public interest means there is a use value for the common good.

May

What to do. You're a dog. Your owner is trapped in a box and is crying out for help. Are you aware of his despair? If so, can you set him free? And what’s more, do you really want to?

Three ASU graduate students —

Sharon Crook is the recipient of the 2020 Charles Wexler Teaching Award, the highest honor a fac

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable

Cagla Demirduzen was awarded the inaugural Stephen G.

Arizona State University's Class of 2020 knows what it means to be resilient.

There were a few firsts in this year's Rutgers TEN Plus Supply Chain Innovation Challenge.

Lauren Dickman was recently honored with the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award, and graduated in May with her PhD in applied mathematics from the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences.

To make the grade and get the degree, every college student has some hills to climb that aren’t detailed in a syllabus.

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable s

For the first time, Arizona State University's Department of Physics hosted its annual Spring Awards and Recognition Ceremony as a virtual event, bringing together students, faculty, staff and alum

Every semester near graduation, the School of Politics and Global Studies brings together ASU Online students from the Master of Arts in global security program for a reception in Tempe.

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of no

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of no

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of no

Arizona State University celebrated its newest graduates virtually on Monday, marking the most extraordinary graduation in the history of the institution.

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable

John Vant, a graduate student at Arizona State University’s School of Molecular Sciences and the Biodesign Institute’s Center for Applied Structural Discovery, wa

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of no

More than 100 faculty, staff, students and alumni from Arizona State University's School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable

Arizona State University’s Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions is offering to pay the application fees for first responders and esse

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable

Whether there is life elsewhere in the universe is a question people have pondered for millennia, and within the last few decades, great strides have been made in our search for signs of life outsi

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced every kind of institution to quickly change course, but for the School of Social Work at Arizona State University, the piv

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable

Many people are staying at home as much as possible, avoiding mass gatherings and practicing social distancing. They haven’t shown any symptoms that would indicate they have COVID-19.

You could say Peter Lafford is a bit of a name-dropper.

April

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of ou

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of ou

Earlier this month, geographers from around the globe congregated online for the first-ever virtual American Association of Geographers (AAG) Annual Meeting.

The Environmental Humanities Initiative of the Institute for Humanities Research at Arizona State University is collaborating with the University of Texas Humanit

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of outstand

Creating a community for graduate students to come together and support one another was already a focus in the School of Life Sciences.

COVID-19 has drastically altered all elements of life, and that includes law school admissions.

Today, AACSB International — the world’s largest business education network — recognizes Arizona State University's W. P.

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of outstand

Astrophysical observations have shown that Neptune-like water-rich exoplanets are common in our galaxy.

Julia Manacher, a second-year student at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University and aspiring immigration lawyer, has been selected as a Next Generation Leader by the Ame

Arizona State University's School of Earth and Space Exploration has announced their graduate student awards and fellowships for the 2020-21 academic year.

A lot of people know that ants live in the ground, build ant hills and lay down invisible chemical trails. Temnothorax rugatulus does none of that.

It is not unusual for graduate students to work while pursuing their degrees.

On Monday, May 11, the Arizona State University community will join together online to celebrate this semester's graduates in a virtual ceremo

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of ou

A recent report from the Council of Graduate Schools highlighted the decreasing availability of academic positions.

In the spirit of physical distancing and in honor of the concert halls around the world that have fallen silent, the ASU Wind Bands in Arizona State U

“The best laid plans of mice and men often go awry.”

 — Robert Burns, paraphrased from the original text.

Accuracy is extremely important for cancer radiation treatments.

Are the social and interpersonal problems associated with opioid addiction reversible?

For 30 years, the Arizona State University Graduate College has honored faculty members for their exemplary service and commitment to graduate education through recognition at its 

March

Ever since he was 4, Aditya Khuller has dreamed about exploring the vast frontiers of space. 

On a recent Friday morning, nearly 30 Arizona State University School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning faculty, staff and students

The W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University has announced a significant enhancement to its

The Heising-Simons Foundation has announced that Arizona State University School of Earth and Space Exploration and Center

For the first time, Arizona State University’s Social Embeddedness Network Conference was hosted virtually, via Zoom on March 24, due to social distancing recommendations because of the COVID-19 pa

With all the worry going on right now, it can be hard to think too far ahead.

Police officers’ use of excessive force — as well as the resulting legal outcomes — have shaken communities across the United States.

Editor's Note: To stave off the stay-at-home blues, Devoney Looser is also participating with other scholars and Janeites (including ASU alumna Amanda Prahl) in VirtualJaneCon, a free, on

Editor's note: To stave off the stay-at-home blues, Devoney Looser is also participating with other scholars and Janeites (including ASU alumna Amanda Prahl) in VirtualJaneCon, a free, on

U.S. News and World Report on Tuesday released its 2021 Best Graduate Schools rankings.

The American economy lost between $57 and 109 billion in 2016 from c

ASU’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College placed No. 13 among 393 institutions surveyed in U.S.

The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University is now ranked No. 24 by the U.S. News & World Report best law school rankings, the highest placement in ASU Law’s history.

On March 3, the Graduate College hosted its annual 

Arizona State University’s graduate schools continue to hold high positions in the latest U.S. News and World Report annual rankings.

Editor's Note: This is the first of a three-part series on ASU’s new universitywide NSF-GRFP tracking and advising initiative — GRFP@ASU.

Nobody is immune to stress, and chronic stress can have serious physical and mental consequences.

February

The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University remains one of the premier law schools in the country for bar-passage results, according to the

When a hurricane is bearing down on the Florida coast, any one of countless well-established models can forecast the projected path of the storm.

In Pondoland, on the east coast of South Africa, Erich Fisher, an Institute of Human Origins research scient

The North American Saxophone Alliance Biennial Conference will be held at the Arizona State University School of Music on March 6-9.

In thousands of cases each year in courtrooms across the U.S.

The W. P. Carey School of Business, one of the highest-ranked business schools in the United States, announced a significant enhancement to its

With 5 trillion pieces of plastic in the oceans, the dynamics of marine environments are shifting in ways that are yet to be discovered.

Arizona State University School of Music doctoral student Nathaniel De la Cruz recently won first prize in the prestigious Coeur d'Alene Symphony National Young Artists College Strings Competition

Amanda Athey, former director of the Graduate School at the University of New Orleans, joined the Graduate College at Arizona State University

There's something weird going on inside the plants and animals that call the Baja California peninsula home.

January

We live in a data-driven world. Thanks to the ever-connected climate made possible by the internet and mobile personal devices, we are both creators and insatiable consumers of information.

After winter exams, while many students were eager to scramble home, kick their feet up and empty their minds, Jayvion Chee sat down, opened his books and began to plot his next four weeks.

Arizona State University School of Arts, Media and Engineering assistant professors Suren Jayasuriya and Robert LiKamWa have been awarded the

More than 3,100 people in Arizona died from firearms from 2015 to 2017 and 71% of those deaths were suicides, according to a

Experiential learning is a critical element of a legal education.

Last week the United Nations biodiversity chief warned that humans risk living in an “empty world” with “catastrophic” consequences for society if world leaders cannot reach an agreement this year

The U.S. Department of State has awarded Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication the opportunity to host the Hubert H.

Marlon James is a writer for a few reasons: It brings him joy. It allows him to address cultural erasure.

Researchers have long understood that corruption and illicit activity play a role in global environmental and sustainability change, but due to its hidden and dangerous nature, quantifying th

Leaders in science, engineering and medicine from the United States and the Middle East gather annually for the Arab-Ame

The online master’s degree in electrical engineering at Arizona State University is No.

For the first time since launching its prestigious Online MBA Programs rankings, U.S.

If you jump out of bed too quickly, you might feel a bit light-headed.

Apache Junction, Arizona — a city of approximately 42,000 residents on the eastern outskirts of the metro Phoenix area — has a complicated relationship with its 125 mobile home and RV parks.

Madeleine Jennings recalls being a child who was constantly tinkering and

Extreme climate events are severely affecting communities in the U.S. and around the world. The examples are plenty.

While Nancy Gómez was writing her doctoral thesis, she spent her study breaks working on her walk.

Each year, Arizona State University honors leaders in

2019

December

Arizona State University hosted the first IEEE Brain Neurotech Entrepreneurs Workshop Dec.

Brightly colored regalia, broad smiles on the faces of more than 360 graduates, their families and friends and inspiring words about those of different viewpoints working together for a better soci

Peter Crank, an Arizona State University geography PhD candidate and climatologist, found his seat in a packed convention hall in Madrid, opened his laptop and listened with intent as nearly

Two new fellowship opportunities invite scholars and doctoral students living outside the Phoenix area to Arizona State University in support of their research exploring the diverse history of the

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall

A picture of a crying child with a boot pressed against his face is frightening.

Andrew Heyward, a longtime CBS News executive, encouraged the Cronkite School’s newest class of graduates to shape their own destinies and seize every opportunity that comes their way as they leave

How can the space industry make interstellar science fiction a reality? One must-have is more economical and scalable solar energy for space.

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall

How can the humanities restore humanity?

Just as the sun was cresting over Desert Financial Arena on the Tempe campus of Arizona State University on Monday morning, Eder Estrada stood as his mother adjusted his tie and stole.

Arizona State University’s School of Social Work will offer a first-of-its-kind graduate program in Yuma, Arizona, that focuses on issues along the U.S.-Mexico border.

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall

One guaranteed part of dealing with computer systems is that hardware problems happen.

Arizona State University will confer degrees to more than 8,400 full-immersion and online students on Monday, Dec.

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2019 commenc

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2019 c

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2019 c

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2019 c

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2019 c

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2019 c

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2019 c

Whether it’s finding ways to make cities more livable, or studying how human activity impacts the natural world, geographic research at Arizona State University explores nearly every aspect o

The X-Men’s Professor Charles Xavier uses Cerebro to read minds. Arizona State University’s Gi-Yeul Bae “reads minds” by decoding the brain’s electrical activity.

For as long as there has been a legal profession, diversity has been lacking. Despite statistical improvements in recent years, it remains one of the least diverse fields in the United States.

This Dec. 16, thousands of students will cross the commencement stage in advance of heading out to solve problems, be creative, make discoveries and help their communities.

November

Many of the brightest minds to come to Arizona State University from Mexico gathered together earlier this month for “Cena Mexicana,” which translates to “Mexican Supper,” an event designed to buil

The air, earth and water of our planet are pulsating with living things. Within it, a vast and diverse web of life exists, about which almost nothing is known.

Obesity is the single largest cause of diabetes. And the advice to solve it is often the same: Get off the couch. Hit the gym. Run around the block.

Arizona State University’s Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety received a new grant to evaluate a program that will train police in the emergency treatment of opioid overdoses

In fall 2018, Arizona State University professors Sujey Vega and Christiane Reves joined

The executive MBA in Shanghai from Arizona State University’s W. P. Carey School of Business earned a top spot among international universities in one of the most highly regarded international busi

Fashion and social justice may not be the first combination to come to mind.

Just over 10 million people were living in the U.S. without legal immigration status in

Editor's note: This Q&A is part of a series of articles focusing on military veterans who are part of ASU's faculty.

The latest Arizona State University recipients of the Achievement Rewards for College Scientists recently met to showcase their wide-ranging research and thank many of the donors who made the

Arizona State University continues to build on its educational offerings at the Barrett & O’Connor Washington Center in Washington, D.C., with a new Master of Arts program for those looking to

Editor’s note: This is the second Q&A in a

October

James Cromley, a third-year student at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, has won the John S. Jenkins Award for Excellence in Military Legal Studies.

Arizona State University has a long history of supporting those in uniform, but the stance became university tradition in 2011 after the first Salute to Service was held to celebrate active duty mi

For the seventh consecutive year, the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University received the highest overall bar passage rate in Arizona for the calendar year

Cannibals. Vampires. Zombies. Parasites that devour you from within.

Whatever abomination prowls your nightmares and sends cold sweat trickling down your spine, nature likely has it beat.

Arizona State University's Graduate College has launched its new website: graduate.asu.edu.

A Sept.

Alarmed by the cars speeding through her quiet Austin, Arkansas, neighborhood, Jennifer Moreau had the aha moment that began her journey as a health advocacy warrior. 

For some college and graduate students, summer plans might include travel, hiking or spending some time on the beach. Perhaps they complete an internship. Or maybe study a new language.

This October, the Houston Astros and the Washington Nationals face off in the World Series.

A nuclear physicist, a high school student and three undergraduates find themselves sharing a table at Arizona State University.

When something boosts your mood, your brain releases neurotransmitters like serotonin, dopamine and oxytocin.

An important part of Peter Crozier’s job involves watching dances. He views these intricate performances through state-of-the-art, high-powered microscopes because the dancers are atoms.

Arizona State University psychology graduate student Victoria Woner is traveling to Chicago this week as a winner of the prestigious Society for Neuroscience Trainee Professional Development Award.

For the second time in three years, a doctoral candidate from Arizona State University’s School of Public Affairs has been named an Emerging Scholar of the

When Jaime Martinez and Bret Larsen graduated from Arizona State University, they each wanted to make an impact in their communities.

Rachel Masterson has dreamed of being an entrepreneur most of her life.

We humans like to think we invent things, but in a lot of cases, nature did it first.

Arizona State University’s Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts is teaming up with Biodesign Institute on Thursday, Nov.

This spring, the Department of English at Arizona State University wants you to plug in.

With organizations the caliber of Mayo Clinic, TGen, the Flinn Foundation, Arizona BioIndustry Association and the state’s universities, Arizona boasts a multitude of talented scientists, health pr

Academics spend decades doing research, teaching and public outreach.

We’re quickly outpacing the abilities of the current generation of wireless communication technology, commonly known as 4G.

Over the summer, Arizona State University's School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning invited seven students to participate in the inaugural Urban Equity

Catalysis is an essential component of industrial chemistry and the economic and societal benefits of catalysis are almost incalculable.

Human behavior over time has been extraordinarily complex; that's partly why so many different fields exist to study it.

Arizona State University has been one of the top producers of students who win the prestigious Fulbright award to travel overseas, and this year, the university has engaged even more people in the

The Graduate College has launched the Graduate College Fellows Initiative and named two Arizona State University faculty members to serve as 2019-20 fellows.

Human behavior over time has been extraordinarily complex; that's partly why so many different fields exist to study it.

September

Menstruation may be a taboo topic to bring up in social settings, but it happens to roughly half of the population of the world.

A community garden occupies a diminutive dirt lot in Phoenix.

At one time or another, we were all scientists. There is a reason a child’s first questions include: “What is it?”, “Why?” and “How?”

Your body is bustling with electrical activity.

Growing up in California, Julian Lim, assistant professor at the Arizona State University School of Historical

The Pew Research Center has reported that more and more people identify the

Industry and academic partnerships are critical to strengthening innovation, talent and economic development in the Phoenix metro area.

In his 1985 Sports Illustrated article “The Curious Case of Sidd Finch,” author George Plimpton revealed the stunning story of a New York Mets prospect who was a Harvard dropout, spoke 10 languages

From a project focused on mobile home parks to work with indigenous communities, members from the Arizona State University School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning were recognized for the

The Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University was recently awarded the Ninth Circuit Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Education Award for 2019, presented by the Ninth U.S.

From nonprofit and industry work to professorships and research, forging a career after graduate school isn’t always straightforward. 

Nearly half of physical therapy patients are age 65 and older.

The W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University and EGADE Business School at Tecnológico de Monterrey have announced a partnership to deliver a dual-degree executive MBA (EMBA) progr

August

Hollywood has always imagined the arrival of beings from other worlds as the cause to run through streets screaming, call up fighter jets, or, when all else fails, send in Tom Cruise.

How are people’s political beliefs organized, and what leads them to subscribe to certain beliefs?

If all goes as planned, one day this October a spacecraft the size of jumbo loaf of bread will leave from Wallops, Virginia, packed aboard a cargo rocket bound for the International Space Station.

The trial of Scott Warren took center stage this summer in the nation’s passionate debate over immigration.

The 2019–20 school year is about to begin, and with new beginnings come new faces on the Arizona State University campuses.

Ranked a top nine public law school in the nation, No. 27 among all law schools according to U.S. News & World Report and No.

Alex Nyunt is starting the full-time Master of Business Administration program at the W. P.

Strong, lightweight aluminum-copper alloys have been used in aircraft and automotive designs for decades, but little is known about their structural mechanisms during deformation.

Each year, nearly 20% of U.S. students do not finish high school on time, which experts say puts them at high risk for poverty, poor health and early mortality.

For four years in a row, the Military Times group has ranked Arizona State University as one of its “Best for Vets” coll

Heat sinks, used to regulate the temperature of electronic devices, are more pertinent now than ever, especially with the increased demand for personal devices such as laptop computers.

July

When Alison Rohrer graduated from Towson University Honors College in 2018 a semester early she realized she wanted to keep her momentum.

A summer fellowship is affording Arizona State University student Jan Cordero Casillas opportunities to apply aspects of his doctoral research, which focuses on visualizing better methods for helpi

Humans and animals can develop resistance to harmful bacteria (pathogens) over time or with help from antibiotics or vaccines.

When diagnosing and treating illnesses, traditional medicine looks to the ailment itself. But what about the biological, environmental and evolutionary factors that paved its way?

Most cases of anxiety and depression among school-age children are untreated. Among those receiving treatment, prescriptions and counseling for pediatric anxiety are only 60% effective.

Drinking alcohol alone can be a warning sign of alcohol abuse. But drinking in stimulating group environments can put p

ASU prides itself on having faculty who care about their students and wish to help them succeed inside and outside of the classroom.

It started out as a typical day at work for ant researcher Christina Kwapich.

Executives and entrepreneurs who want to make that giant leap into the global marketplace will now have an opportunity to earn a degree from the Thunderbird S

Veronica Chacon heads the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University’s externship program, which has about 180 students participate each semes

One of the current paradigms in cancer treatment is not to treat a tumor itself.

For Arizona State University alumna Laura Medina, home started out as a shaky concept.

When an earthquake or a tsunami strikes, aid groups and rescue teams begin assessing emergency needs right away. But other crises are harder to quantify.

Just breathe.

If detecting lung infections were as simple as taking a breath, patients with cystic fibrosis would be able to seek treatment sooner.

June

The National Science Foundation defines a postdoctoral scholar as “an individual who has received a doctoral degree and is engaged in a temporary period of mentored training to enhance their

Inspired by movie streaming services such as Netflix or Hulu, an astrophysicist at the Southwest Research Institute developed a technique to look for stars likely to host giant, Jupiter-sized plane

Recently, the culture is moving to change transportation habits for both health and environmental benefits.

International Women in Engineering Day, celebrated June 23 and founded by United Kingdom-based charity

Arizona’s new state budget includes $15 million for the Arizona Teachers Academy, which provides tuition scholarships to students pursuing teacher certification at Arizona’s three public univ

We all know the meaning of that blue decal with a stick figure person that hangs from rearview mirrors. What we probably don’t know is how to refer to the person it depicts.

Arizona State University’s Institute for Social Science Research recently announced the winners of their spring 2019 poster contest. Among them was Annabelle Atkin, a graduate student from the T.

Seyon Saxophone Quartet, a chamber music ensemble composed of Arizona State University School of Music students, won first and second prizes at two prominent national chamber music competitions dur

Arizona State University will soon begin accepting students into its first degree program based entirely at its 1-year-old Washington, D.C., location.

In 2015, one of the longest-running hospital systems in the nation and the most innovative university in the nation came together to address the need to accelerate the health and well-being of thei

We all know the importance of health care services on a personal level.

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring

May

Though much has been done over the past few decades to raise awareness about the threat of heart disease, it continues to be the leading killer of women in the United States, accounting for

The rates of mental, emotional and behavioral disorders in American youth are all on the rise.

Wherever animals live together as groups, behavior patterns emerge.

Each day, more than 1,000 Americans are treated in emergency rooms for opioid use, and

In 2016, what began as a grassroots effort against the Dakota Access Pipeline drilling project in North Dakota grew into a sweeping movement gathering thousands of protesters from around the countr

A team of scientists from Arizona State University has taken a significant step closer to unlocking the secrets of photosynthesis, by determining the structure of a very large photosynthetic superc

Some students major in the humanities; others take a humanities class just to check off a general credit.

The Phoenix metro area provides a home field advantage to the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University and its innovative Master of Sports Law and Business program.

A mammal’s posture while moving, or locomotor posture, plays a key role in how variable the number of vertebrae in its spinal column can be across all members of that species, a team of researchers

Arizona State University alumna Shannon Ditto, who is currently studying at the University of Strasbourg in France on a

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring

The emerging field of nanotechnology has spurred many advances in energy, defense and medicine applications.

Power electronics are the middle step between the electrical grid and your electronic devices.

The newly endowed James Madison Scholarship is the first of its kind and will recognize and encourage outstanding ASU Law Federalis

On May 6, thousands of ASU students will move their tassels to the left side of their mortarboards and head into the next phase of their journey.

The existing health care center at the Ayilo II Refugee Settlement in the Adjumani district of northern Uganda serves more than 12,000 South Sudanese refugees out of a cement block building and a f

Editor's note: ASU Now will be updating this story all week with additional photos from the university's various convocations.

The Arizona State University undergraduate commencement ceremony made its triumphant return to Sun Devil Stadium on Monday evening, where political analyst and New York Times op-ed columnist David

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring

For Meli’sa Crawford, talking about poop isn’t gross or impolite — it’s an important part of a day’s work. Crawford is an Arizona State University PhD candidate who studies poop to lea

The world’s top chess player isn’t a human or a computer, it’s a “centaur” — a hybrid chess-playing team composed of a human and a computer.

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring

April

On Monday, April 22, the School of Molecular Sciences recognized graduate student David Ciota with the 2019 SMS Innovation Award at the Annual Awards Ceremo

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for

On a recent sunny Saturday at Arizona State University, the Tempe campus was buzzing with middle and high schoolers in lab coats and goggles, sprinting between buildings and labs.

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring

In the classic science fiction novel "Dune," much of the story takes place on a harsh desert planet named Arrakis. The planet has no natural precipitation.

The shot clock reads 0:05 in Game 7. Two players — one in yellow, the other red — hurtle towards the edge of the court, hands outstretched, chasing the ball.