Tempe City Council approved the second part of the Tempe Opioid First Recovery Project, which comprehensively helps overdose victims with the help of an ASU researcher.
The partnership between OpenAI and ASU has its benefits for research purposes, but students don't see the same benefits when in control of ChatGPT.
The collaboration aims to advance responsible AI use, reflecting a commitment to innovation while addressing the academic community's concerns about maintaining critical thinking and creativity.
Governor Katie Hobbs announced her plan for Proposition 123, which would increase teacher pay and school funding for Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College alums.
ASU announced a partnership with OpenAI, making the University the first higher education institution to collaborate with the company.
The Arizona Teachers Academy offers scholarships to students studying education that has resulted in steady enrollment, but the state has problems retaining teachers post graduation.
Since Prop. 308 passed in 2022, eligible students' tuition has been reduced by over 150%, expanding access to higher education for undocumented students.
Educators in Arizona are facing a teacher shortage, the underfunding of schools and pressure from legislators, and students at ASU's Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College are not exempt — even before their professional career begins.
MathGPT is in development to change the way students learn from math textbooks. It is designed to teach reasoning skills, not just the final results.
“The Sunflower Kids” is a documentary made by ASU graduate students focused on SolarSPELL's impact and the relationship between accessible information and empowering learners.
Beats by Girlz and Girls Rock! Phoenix serve communities underrepresented in the male- and masculine-dominated music industry.
Though the University has a plethora of iCourses and digital academic tools at its disposal, students who lack stable access to technology are being left behind.
An Arizona Senate bill aims to expand First Amendment expression at public state universities and community colleges even though Democratic lawmakers are calling the provisions redundant and unneccessary.
On Feb. 16, ASU sent an email out to its Black students with information on celebrating Black History Month. But, for numerous reasons, the email is tone-deaf.
The $5.5 million grant will help with nurse training and providing new faculty for nursing students and programs in an effort to address Arizona's nursing shortage.
March Mammal Madness combines narrative and scientific strategies to make learning about biology fun for people of all age groups and education levels.
An inside look at the extensive, nearly year-long process that is preparing the field for the Super Bowl LVII.
An inmate English class inspired Cordero Holmes, one of 2023's MLK award recipients, to have a greater love for community and the value of education.
ASU's early acceptance letters initiative models a new, more inclusive vision of college admissions that other universities should espouse.