Public transportation options that students and faculty use most could see improvements and investments following a new survey of the ASU community’s travel habits, University officials said.
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The 2013 U.S. News and World Report ranked ASU’s graduate programs among the best in the nation, leading graduate schools to expect more applicants for the coming year.
Orry Night was focused on one goal after battling with cancer in 2010 — graduating from college.
A project funded by a national grant is helping Arizona students obtain degrees faster and cheaper by linking community colleges to four-year universities.
ASU is implementing a Scholarship Maintenance Plan to make funding renewal easier for students who fail to meet requirements.
The Arizona Board of Regents unanimously opposed Senate Bill 1474 Tuesday, which would allow anyone over the age of 21 with a concealed-carry permit to carry a gun on campus.
ASU alumna Carrie Severson devoted her life to help girls build self-compassion when she created the Severson Sisters Foundation in June 2011.
Stringent alcohol laws went into affect Feb. 1 with heavy fines for adults caught purchasing alcohol for anyone under 21 in Tempe.
The Alumni Association will honor eight faculty and alumni at the annual Founders’ Day Award Dinner on Feb. 29 at the Arizona Biltmore.
ASU President Michael Crow outlined his plan for an “enterprise model” for the New American University at his annual conversation Tuesday at the Tempe Center for the Arts.
Gov. Jan Brewer proposed to set aside $30.3 million in her 2013 fiscal budget for all Arizona universities, emphasizing increased accountability and effectiveness in higher education.
Teri Britt Pipe was named the dean of the College of Nursing and Health Innovation Friday and plans to work with faculty, staff and students to expand and improve certain areas of the school.