Phoenix Poet Laureate and ASU lecturer Rosemarie Dombrowski uses her poetry for healing and connecting students in the classroom.
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Emma Vollrath, an ASU business student, launched Emma Lou, an athletic clothing brand selling yoga pants, sports bras and shorts, last year.
The wastewater testing program, launched in 2018 to test for opioids and transitioned to COVID-19 in March 2020, looks to improve public health in the Tempe community.
The American Chemical Society is bringing its bridge program to ASU to help Black, Latine and Indigenous students find a path to doctoral-level studies.
Graduate students partner with Tempe's sustainability director to create climate stories and solicit resident feedback for the Climate Action Plan update.
A new grant to ASU from the U.S. Department of Labor will help train Arizonans for mid- to high-skill positions in information technology, cybersecurity and other sectors.
Nanotechnology company MECHnano is partnering with ASU to build and work in a lab to advance their work with the help of students.
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory received the body for the Psyche spacecraft, which will be used to complete the ASU-led Mission to Psyche.
The Salt River Project and ASU announced a long-term partnership focusing on sustainable and educational programs to combat climate change.
Businesses serving the ASU community are holding out for renewed foot traffic in the Fall 2021 semester to increase sales after a year of economic hardship.
A new variant of the virus that causes COVID-19 was identified in Arizona by ASU researchers.
12-year-old Alena Wicker will study astronomical and planetary science and chemistry at ASU starting in the Fall 2021 semester.
ASU researchers join collaborative project with the National Science Foundation, Johns Hopkins University and University of Florida on seafood sustainability challenges.
A new weekly podcast from a partnership between Slate and ASU's Interplanetary Initiative explores the future of space with guest experts.