Returning Peace Corps volunteers can apply for a new master's fellowship that will pay tuition and other financial assistance, while they contribute time and expertise to underserved local communities.
Salmonella is an infectious agent with many faces. A distinct form of the bacterial invader has emerged in sub-Saharan Africa and is responsible for severe epidemic outbreaks. A new study sheds light on this pathogen with unusual characteristics.
Although their land may appear mostly untouched, the Cree Nation of Northern Quebec have been modifying it to their benefit for generations. Jesse Sayles, a graduate student of geographical sciences at ASU, researches the Cree and their land-use strategies.
The NSF announced that ASU will lead the $18.5 million Center for Bio-mediated and Bio-inspired Geotechnics, which will aim to do things like making soil stronger so building foundations can better withstand earthquakes.
Forty students from ASU's W. P. Carey School of Business took over the state Senate building in a role-playing exercise designed to introduce them to the legislative process and to develop the skills necessary to be effective in the public policy arena.