Podcast reporter Diana Dudurkaewa sits down with ASU student, Nick White, to discuss his inspiration for spreading the stories of fellow veterans. He delves into his background in military service and goals for the future.
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Podcaster Diana Dudurkaewa sits down with Bassim Al Shaker, an artist from Iraq, to discuss the new Green Leaf Art Gallery here in Phoenix. They examine the new gallery, the inspiration behind his paintings and the opportunity ASU students have to collaborate.
Podcaster Diana Dudurkaewa sits down with the president of the Desert WAVE robotics team, Whitney Foster, to discuss what the team is working on and what an all-female robotics team can offer ASU.
Podcast reporter Diana Dudurkaewa sits down with CEO of AdviNOW Medical, James Bates, to talk about the self-guided medical stations being implemented at ASU. The two converse about AdviNOW's goals, partnerships and the medical station's impact. They also discuss Bates' story behind the stations, and provides details on how to become part of AdviNOW's work.
The Pat Tillman Veterans Center, along with other support organizations at ASU, plays a role in drawing more veteran students into the University. As a result, ASU has reached a record number of military affiliated students.
Interpersonal interactions are important factors in whether or not people purchase products and services, according to a new study from an associate professor in ASU's marketing program.
ASU's research professors have found that social relationships among family and friends plays a role with a student's mood during the transition to college.
Three out of eight new faculty members ASU's English department hired this year were black females as the University works towards improving representation.
ASU's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication is set to expand into downtown Los Angeles at the Herald Examiner Building.