While COVID-19 may not be at the forefront of every student's mind this year, ASU is quietly discussing the end of the Devils' drop-off program. This prospect could be devastating to the most vulnerable on campus, and students deserve access to free, accurate COVID tests.
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In an initiative set to start on March 1, the Southwest Sustainability & Innovation Engine (SWSIE), led by ASU, is taking a significant leap towards fostering economic growth across the region in the field of sustainability.
Nursing is a highly valuable and skilled profession. However, social media has become inundated with discussions of a "mean nurse" stereotype, claiming nurses are often former high school bullies or "mean girls."
On Jan. 29, University of Arizona President Robert C. Robbins, held a forum to announce the next steps of their financial action plan, which aims to correct the expected budget shortfall of $177 million.
An interdisciplinary team of ASU researchers is tackling gender-based violence in El Salvador, combining their research knowledge and resources with local partnerships using a $35 million grant from USAID.
On Jan. 19th, a pro-Palestine protest organized by Students for Justice in Palestine at ASU marched to the Fulton Center with a list of Boycott, Sanctions and Divestment (BDS) demands, where a senior vice president for Educational Outreach and Student Services James Rund collected their petition.
A former information technology manager from ASU is accused of embezzling over $120,000 from the University to make unauthorized personal purchases.
Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio faced protesters and gave a wide-reaching speech on his perspective on other topics at an event hosted by College Republicans United at Arizona State (CRU), sparking controversy based on his history of racial profiling.
The ASU Child Language and Literacy Lab offers ongoing opportunities in the field of language development for both children in need of services and the developmental professionals who help them.
The 19th*, a nonprofit news organization, held its Climate Stories and Sustainable Solutions event at ASU on Nov. 13, highlighting diverse perspectives and personal responsibility in the fight against the climate crisis.
On Oct. 24th, the ASU Global Center for Water Technology held a panel about water importation from the Sea of Cortés, highlighting technical feasibility but leaving large gaps related to environmental considerations and representation among its experts.
While the combined ASU and NASA Psyche mission may take six years to reach the 16 Psyche asteroid, this is not a waiting period for the multiple instrument teams involved, who are deep into their calibration, collection and simulation phases.
MacArthur Fellowships invest in future problem solvers across all fields of study. From water research to poetry, anyone can win the grant, given the set of unique qualities they look for.
Looking across the water, the SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket stood ready for launch Friday morning, carrying the Psyche satellite. The timer, counting down the time until launch, built anticipation with every moment it neared closer to zero.
Since 1990, ASU has been designated as an Arboretum, a repository of eye-catching, climate-adapted and colorful blooming plants that are easily identified with just a little guidance.
The L. William Seidman Research Institute, an arm of the W.P. Carey School of Business, has collaborated with the nonprofit Latino Donor Collaborative to release the 6th Annual 2023 LDC US Latino GDP Report, highlighting the economic impact and achievements of Latinos nationwide.
New students are frequently advised to join clubs on campus; however, the extensive list of student organizations at ASU can be overwhelming. Instead of filtering the list by category, students can consider the specific benefits they seek and narrow their choices.
Maricopa County's efforts in electrifying its public transportation could have great benefits for the county, but to assess its true effects, an ASU research team is creating a model that could help predict pollution trends across the nation.
Students evacuated Palo Verde East on Thursday morning following reports of smoke and a fire. The building remains closed, and residents may be displaced through the weekend.
An ASU student was taken to the hospital Sunday night after being struck by a vehicle at the Paseo del Saber and Apache Boulevard crosswalk.