ASU has partnered with Starbucks to create a research center focused on sustainability and better serving its communities.
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ASU hosted a virtual ribbon cutting ceremony today for the new PBC Innovation Center building.
SkySong, The ASU Scottsdale Innovation Center recently announced that Cigna Medical Group will be opening a new health center in the SkySong 4 building.
ASU has agreed to settle in a court case with Rae’Lee Klein, a journalism student who was removed from a leadership position at Blaze Radio for a controversial tweet and actions in response to the backlash.
ASU has ranked 6th in the nation for research expenditures among universities without a medical school in the 2019 fiscal year.
Last month, the brick and mortar game retailer GameStop made unexpected waves in the finance community, and some ASU students went along for the ride.
Dreamscape Learn, a partnership between the virtual reality entertainment company Dreamscape Immersive and ASU, will bring engaging virtual reality to ASU courses as early as next semester.
"Frozen Meat Against COVID-19" sounds more like a timely, satirical action movie than the title of a research paper.
According to W.P. Carey School of Business professor Debra Radway, investing early on is a good choice when saving for the future, even for students.
Students and employees have taken to social media to voice critical opinions of ASU's daily health check.
ASU announced Tuesday a partnership with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Department of the Interior, surrounding cities and other groups to help revitalize the communities surrounding the Rio Salado and Gila Rivers.
Thursday morning the Mars 2020 Perseverance rover started its journey to Jezero Crater with the ASU-developed Mastcam-Z at its head.
ASU will continue providing Arizona-specific COVID-19 modeling to the public despite instructions from the Arizona Department of Health Services to "pause" the work, the University confirmed Wednesday.
All except for select classes during ASU's summer session B will be held online to maintain social distancing measures that prevent the spread of COVID-19, University Provost Mark Searle said Wednesday.
Students and faculty are calling on ASU to give students the choice to be graded on a pass/fail system in response to classes switching online due to COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, but the University has said that an overarching policy is not needed.
All in-person ASU summer school courses for sessions A and C will be held remotely due to safety concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the University announced in an email Wednesday afternoon.
After a few weeks of online learning at ASU amid a worldwide pandemic, professors who have never taught online courses are adapting to their new roles, each with differing experiences.
The ASU Student Bar Association released a memo this week outlining students' concerns about the new grading policy for the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law.
Gov. Doug Ducey declared a statewide "stay-at-home" executive order to help limit the spread of COVID-19 after public health officials briefed him on Arizona-specific statistics related to the virus Monday.
For senior film major Sisko Stargazer, the experiences that come with being a gender-fluid college student vary drastically.