In her children's book "When You Dream of Chocolate Cake," ASU alumna Tianna Gawlak combined her love for her children with creativity and Polish culture.
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As classes transitioned online, students at the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College were forced to adapt to new methods of learning and teaching. One of the results is ASU's new online learning platform, which allows teacher candidates to continue to make connections with pre-collegiate students through online tutoring and broadcasts.
GuacStar is a new cost-conscious, plant-based restaurant set to open early 2020 at the Cornerstone in Tempe.
ASU has canceled all Spring 2020 study abroad programs in Italy and South Korea due to the spread of the COVID-19 virus, commonly called the coronavirus.
ASU’s Creative Health Collaborations was awarded $150,000 from the National Endowment for the Arts to form a new lab called the Caregiving Research Lab, which will conduct research on the impact the arts have on individuals in three different caregiving situations.
Downtown Tempe Authority partnered with the city of Tempe to bring 15 interactive kiosks as a way-finding tool that improves the livability of Tempe. The kiosks will be the first of their kind in the state of Arizona.
At the start of this year, the ASU club Food For Change started an initiative to focus on helping make ASU campuses interactively sustainable, fight food insecurity and support local food culture.
ASU took a holistic approach to innovation with the addition of a NatureMaker space to the Biomimicry Center that aims to inspire students to explore nature's sustainability solutions.