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The Arizona Board of Regents have approved a pay increase for ASU President Michael Crow, which pushes his annual salary to nearly $900,000 at their meeting Friday, according to documents from the Arizona Board of Regents.
HARD WORK: Construction workers attend to the Western embankment of Tempe Town Lake in 2010. Worries about E. coli in the lake have been assuaged and the Life Time Tri triathlon will go on as planned. (Photo by Serwaa Adu-Tutu)
Tempe Police reported the following incidents Thursday:
Amid the discussion of class schedules and overpriced textbooks, sexual assault on campus, a topic which was once taboo in daily conversation, has received a lot of media attention in recent months.
ASU’s next generation of problem-solvers all met to exhibit their research projects and solutions during Innovation Showcase Thursday on the Polytechnic campus.
President Michael Crow answers questions at a Q&A session on April 29, which was broadcasted live to all ASU campuses. (Photo by Mario Mendez)
Gamers made an impact on the local Arizona community at GameCon 2.5 Thursday on the Polytechnic Campus.
The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications will soon be welcoming Vice President of Public Affairs Virgil Renzulli as a professor of strategic communications to undergraduate and graduates students.
(Photo Courtesy of Peter Rillero)
Alex Alvarez, criminology and criminal justice professor at NAU, told a room full of students that genocide is not inevitable but still possible.
David Guston is one of the three ASU researchers who have received a grant from the National Science Foundation to lead a workshop to build a global, multi-institutional network of collaborators to celebrate the bicentennial of the publication of Mary Shelley’s "Frankenstein.” (Photo by Ryan Liu)
Aces of Arizona president Gretchen Ayub speaks to a group of students about asexuality during a discussion in Tempe on April 9. (Photo by Andrew Ybanez)
A campus mall enforcement officer writes in his ticket book while speaking to a stopped bicyclist. First time offenders will be given a warning while second-time offenders will be required to pay a $15 fee and attend a bicycle safety class. (Photo by Andrew Ybanez)
Students gather around Hayden Library to watch the unveiling of the Session B results on April 6. (Photo by Andrew Ybanez)
ASU scientist Roy Curtiss has been selected as the 2014 recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Society for Microbiology. (Photo by Ryan Liu)
Parks and recreation management freshman Mercedes Villa said she stopped at the "event" because her brother has autism. (Photo by Alexis Macklin)
A sign from the fall 2013 Polytechnic $2 challenge hangs near the entrance where students would sleep. (Photo by Andrew Ybanez)
Sophomore and current Cronkite Sen. Alexis Kramer and sophomore and current USGD President Frank Smith III discuss their platforms during the 2014 Elections Debate held in ASU Downtown’s Student Center on March 27.(Photo by Becca Smouse)
Students now have the opportunity to experience space exploration and feel the sensation of traveling in space at the Marston Exploration Theater located on the Tempe campus.