The Rhodes Scholarship, a prestigious scholarship covering all selected students' expenses for two to three years of studying at the University of Oxford, will give Nathaniel Ross the opportunity to build a foundation for a career in disability policy.
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Attending college means choosing from a wide range of classes, which can oftentimes be intimidating. But for students at ASU, some of those classes can offer more excitement than others.
DoctorsinItaly, a program for students going into the healthcare profession, reinvested an ASU student’s interest in becoming a neurosurgeon.
Every ASU student knows it: If you ride a bike to campus, bring a lock, and even then, be prepared to come back from class with it stolen.
Catellus Development Corporation, the partner developing Novus Innovation Corridor with ASU, has completed an office building, hotel, parking structure and apartment building since beginning its third phase of the project.
Clinicals are a program for nursing students at ASU to shadow registered nurses in hospitals and various medical care facilities to gain real-world experiences. They are required for graduation, but transportation to the facilities can be a struggle in itself.
With more student enrollment comes more construction projects on and around the University's campuses, with ASU announcing two new residential halls, one in Tempe and one on the West campus, and two new academic buildings.
Over the past several years, multiple donated bikes, painted white and either chained to something or cemented into the ground, have propped up across Tempe.
Community, inclusivity, wellness, courage and honesty are the values that Phoenix Babes Who Walk abides by to attract women and non-binary people looking for a supportive community to be part of.
With monkeypox cases continuing to spread across the country, some students would like to see ASU give more attention to the virus and provide more guidance to the University community on how it spreads and how it can be treated.