ASU professor Robert C. Balling Jr. is being investigated by the House of Representatives Committee on Natural Resources about disclosing from where his research funding came.
ASU officials say student awareness, as well as levels of protection against hacks ensure information safety for the University.
The Arizona Legislature has agreed upon a state budget that may include significantly larger cuts to higher education.
Faculty at UA staged a public walkout Wednesday, but ASU faculty are taking a less aggressive approach.
Amid the major controversy surrounding his course, "The Problem of Whiteness," professor Lee Bebout spoke about the criticism.
Doctoral student and faculty associate Robert Poe said he wants to have a conversation about the meaning behind the “problem of whiteness.”
The Arizona Board of Regents issued a call to action to ensure that more than the $75 million in budget cuts does not increase, while trying to protect Arizona's higher education system.
Following controversy, professors from Pennsylvania, Texas and Connecticut universities defend “Problem of Whiteness” course as a step in the right direction for racial equality.
ASU President Michael Crow, NAU President Rita Cheng, UA President Ann Weaver Hart and Arizona Board of Regents President Eileen Klein agreed to redesign the system in which they are funded to a performance-based model during their presentations to a House committee Thursday.
Non-binary students struggle to identify themselves when university applications offer male and female gender options.
Women make up the majority of senior leadership at the W. P. Carey School of Business, which gives students a new perspective on the business world they will enter after graduation.
The institutions hope students can take advantage of the integrated programs during the fall 2015 semester.
Crow approved the first set of recommendations set forth by a task force designed to combat sexual violence on campus in the wake of a federal investigation into ASU.
The Arizona Board of Regents on Friday approved the first phase of the renovation of Sun Devil Stadium.
Retired Supreme Court justice Sandra Day O'Connor, Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton and ASU President Michael Crow spoke at the groundbreaking ceremony for the new ASU law school in downtown Phoenix on Thursday.