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2018

December

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2018 commencement. 

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2018 commencement. 

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2018 commencement. 

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2018 commencement. 

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2018 commencement. 

November

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2018 commencement. 

The annual Tempe Writing and Cover Design contest, now in its fifth year, again invites ASU students from all majors and cam

An extremely rare, first-edition copy of a 17th-century literary work by one of the world’s most fascinating female writers has found a home at Arizona State University.

An extremely rare, first-edition copy of a 17th-century literary work by one of the world’s most fascinating female writers has found a home at Arizona State University.

In recent years, talk of border security, child separation, caravans of migrants and building — or not building — “the wall” has dominated U.S. headlines.

During World War II, cartoons, posters and screwball comedies were just as deadly as panzers and Thunderbolts.

“Oh, I’d be interested in a course like that!”

Judging by the success of Duolingo, Rosetta Stone and Babbel, tech-based language-learning is here to stay.

October

Three accomplished individuals are being recognized for bringing honor to their alma mater, Arizona State University.

Arizona State University Associate Professor Natalie Diaz has been named the Maxine and Jonathan Marshall Chair in Modern and Contemporary Poet

The Day of the Dead, or Día de los Muertos, is a Hispanic tradition celebrated annually Oct. 31 through Nov. 2 in remembrance of lost loved ones.

You may think of Bugs Bunny and Donald Duck as the lovable cartoon characters you grew up watching in Sunday morning cartoons.

“And so it stays just on the edge of vision,/ A small unfocused blur, a standing chill/ That slows each impulse down to indecision./ Most things may never happen: this one will.”

The 2002 landmark reporting of The Boston Globe that uncovered pervasive child sexual abuse at the hands of Catholic priests opened the veritable floodgates to a torrent of parallel accounts.

Female action heroes. Everyman poet-musicians. Fake news. Publishing YA lit. Saving the planet. Writing theft. A history of English.

Rebecca J. Kinney, originally from Detroit, noticed a change in the way people talk about her hometown.

Discarded pizza boxes. Empty energy-drink cans. Dozens dancing. And hundreds of people cracking, hacking and tapping away on laptops during a 36-hour marathon binge.

Arizona State University poet Natalie Diaz has been named one of 25 winners of this year's John D. and Catherine T.

September

This fall, the Department of English at Arizona State University is getting another upgrade, and this time it’s personal. Rather, personnel.

August

Arizona State University English Professor Devoney Looser has been named a Foundation Professor effective fall 2018.

The granddaughter of a man who served as the warden of Angola, the Louisiana State Penitentiary sometimes referred to as “the Alcatraz of the South,” Leah Sarat sees the irony in helming a project

Twenty years after Romanian studies arrived at Arizona State University, and a century after Romania became a modern state, ASU Professor and Director of the Romanian and Central European Cultural

Before she was the first lady of the United States, Laura Bush was a librarian, and in 1995 she founded the Texas Book Festival as a way of honoring Texas authors and promoting the joys of reading.

Editor's note: Explicit verbal permission was given by Louise Wilson to publish photos depicting the Gitksan language.

World-class scholar. Accomplished leader. True innovator. A major force. These are just several of the accolades Ayanna Thompson’s colleagues use to describe her.

This April, the United Nations Academic Impact and Millennium Campus Network launched the Millennium Fellowship.

Imagine meeting a potential roommate for coffee but instead of questions that gauge how compatible you both would be living together, you were asked about the ancestry of your parents’ families.

July

Want to know more about the romantic lives of 18th century English women? Read a Jane Austen novel.

Arizona State University played a major role in the first-ever Summit on the Research and Teaching of Young Adult Litera

Twenty-five young African leaders visiting Arizona State University this summer are part of a generation that has grown up with the legacy of anti-apartheid revolutionary Nelson Mandela.

June

Allan Colbern, assistant professor in the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University has been awarded a

Matt Simonton, assistant professor for Greek history at Arizona State University’s New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, has won the Runciman Award for his first book, “Classical Gree

Arizona State University alumna Sarah Lords’ path to choosing global studies as a degree can be traced back to her parents.

May

Arizona State University abounds with academics who are also authors — often prolific ones — and their publications range from research-backed guides to literary works to theoretical explorations.

Most of us hope that our confessional emails to friends won’t wind up on the internet.

In fall 2018, Arizona State University will begin offering coursework toward a new Health Humani

An Arizona State University philosophy student’s interest in the crossroads of education, childhood and political theory led him to writing a prize-winning essay titled “Do Children Have ‘Rights-in

Last week, a painting by Mexican artist Diego Rivera sold for $9.76 million, making it the highest-priced Latin American artwork ever to be sold at auction.

“ASU has the spirit of America in it,” says Khashayar “Shay” Khatiri, a recent graduate of the School of Politics and Global Studies and the School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studie

We say we can lose ourselves in a good book. But more often, a good book may actually be where we can find ourselves.

Matt Simonton, assistant professor for Greek history at Arizona State University's New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, released his first book, "Classic Greek Oligarchy: A Political

Arizona State University's Human Rights Film Festival provided an opportunity for students to engage in conversations on a variety of topics related to human rights and social justice.

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month is celebrated at Arizona State University in April and nationally in May, but in the Asian Pacific American Studie

To have Joni Adamson tell it, these are exciting times for the environmental humanities.

The School of International Letters and Cultures is part of a new class being offered in the fall 2018 semester at Arizona State University called the

April

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2018 co

Forrest Schreick has long been a friendly face around Coor Hall.

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2018 commencement

In 1799, soldiers of Napoleon’s Egyptian campaign were knocking down walls to build a fort near the city of Rosetta when they found a large basalt slab inscribed with strange symbols.

In March the New York Times introduced a project called “Overlooked,” in which influential women whose lives and ac

Dogs — they’re our best friends but there’s still a lot we don’t know about them: what they daydream about, if they’re really smiling, why they’re scared and how we can help.

Last semester, two Arizona State University students in Jewish studies courses used their final project assignments as opportunities for creative expression, exhibiting the material that they learn

Fifteen years ago, when Gregory Rodriguez first conceived of the idea that would become Zócalo Public Square, he could not have imagined what it would become.

For a lot of students, spring break is a time to recharge and enjoy the benefits of a few carefree days before the storm surge of year-end deadlines hits.

The numbers are in: 46,000 square feet, 40 professional staff, three advising hubs and one career center.

On April 3, 1968, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.

The School of Social Transformation at Arizona State University is a collaborating partner of the Race, Sex, Power 2018 conference — an event structu

On Tuesday, May 8, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University will recognize its highest achieving students from the social sciences, natural sciences and humanities

March

Christians all over the world are now facing the growing threat of persecution, according to Jason Bruner, an assistant professor of religious studies in Arizona State University's School of

If academic units had patron saints, the Arizona State University English department’s would be Geoffrey Chaucer.

Many people believe in the Golden Rule: "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you."

In 2010, Arizona State University Associate Professor Bertha Manninen wrote an article on the topic of abortion for th

Humanities studies and baseball? It’s not exactly an obvious pairing.

Harvey Weinstein. Kevin Spacey. Bill Cosby. Rob Porter.

February

In 1955, 15-year-old Claudette Colvin refused to give up her Montgomery, Alabama, bus seat to a white passenger and was arrested.

But you probably haven't heard of her.

Researchers from across Arizona State University are coming together to analyze, preserve and revitalize historic materials found during the renovation of Park Central Mall in midtown Phoenix.

Are you in need of some fitness alignment in your mateship? Do you see potential pair bonding in your future? Or are you just looking for good, old-fashioned love?

Arizona State University lecture Almira Poudrier was honored with the Juliana Yoder Friend of the Humanities Award, an annual recognition of those people and organizations who use human

Arizona State University's Open Door continued at the West campus in Glendale on Saturday, where visitors learned about forensics, toured the biomedical research lab, played games, hung out with Sp

For Arizona State University professor and historian Denise E.

It is not uncommon for students to crave a sense of place while attending college, especially when traveling away from their home to start their new journey.

Krista Ratcliffe’s first semester at Arizona State University began in a cloud of dust.

January

It almost sounds like the start of a joke: How do you get a staunch Republican and a left-leaning Democrat to have a civil conversation about Arizona politics? Sit ’em down for a meal.

Sophomore Mohamad Alkahlout studies civil engineering, with a special interest in public transportation and urban planning.

Update: Venita Blackburn was named a finalist for the PEN America Literary Awards on Jan.

The 2018 Golden Globes went dark Sunday night, dressing to match the pall of sexual misconduct that has hung over Hollywood and beyond this past year.

It is rare to find a career based on one’s passion, yet Arizona State University alumna Sambo ‘Bo’ Dul has found exactly that in her job as an attorney at Perkins Coie LLP.

2017

December

The night before Thanksgiving, while traveling with his family for the holiday, Jeffrey Cohen sat down in his hotel room for a Skype chat with Arizona State University President Michael M. Crow.

On Tuesday, Dec.12, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University will recognize its highest achieving students from the social sciences, n

For the past month, the #metoo revelations — and the resulting national conversation about sexual harassment and sexual violence — 

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2017 commencement.

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2017 commencement.

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2017 commencement.

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2017 commencement.

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2017 commencement.

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2017 commencement.

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2017 commencement.

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2017 commencement.

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2017 commencement.

November

Seven members of Arizona State University are among the 396 newly elected fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), a prestigious international scientific soc

According to Arizona State University Assistant Professor Sarah Viren, “fake news is nothing new, and alternative facts were around long before they were given that name.”

Even before Hurricane Maria descended on his home island of Puerto Rico on Sept. 20, ASU Assistant Professor Manuel G.

Big questions about the nature of time and space and how they relate to mankind and the Earth have confounded some of the greatest minds since humans were capable of complex thought.

Scooby-Doo, the animated character and series launched by Hanna-Barbera Productions in 1969, is one of the most successful brands in entertainment history.

Anti-racism activist Jane Elliott hates what’s happened to this country lately.

October

The 2016 election left many communities looking for better ways to communicate with one another, an issue that Arizona State University is working to improve for students on and off campus. 

Myron Dewey (Newe-Numah/Paiute-Shoshone), an award-winning filmmaker, citizen journalist and educator, is the featured speaker in Arizona State University's Simon Ortiz and Labriola Center Lecture

What’s the best type of training for an academic professional who teaches in large classrooms and aspires to become a public intellectual? Athletics.

It is hard to imagine that something that happened 500 years ago could still influence world events today, but that is exactly what many historians, political scientists and religious studies schol

When people think of hackers, a picture of someone slumped over a computer in a dimly-lit room often comes to mind; but who knew hacking skills could be used for good?

Do you ever wonder about the origins of democracy? 

Hacking can imply something negative: your identity stolen, your bank account emptied. Can it go the other way?

September

When students at Arizona State University enter the library this week, they will be greeted by an unusual sign: “Don’t read these books.”

Since graduating with a bachelor’s degree in creative writing from Arizona State University, Amanda Ventura has been developing her writing style with a career in public relations and marketing whi

As an out-of-state, incoming first-year student to Arizona State University, Angelica Berner decided to attend an Early Start program in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

Arizona State University’s Graduate College has been selected to participate in a $2 million multi-institutional grant, aimed at studying doctoral career pathways for STEM (science, technology, eng

August

If, like Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones, you want to see the sun blotted out from the sky and painted black, then you are in luck.

Jason Bruner was inspired by his engaging professors in college and graduate school. He hoped to emulate the example set forth by pursuing a doctoral degree and becoming a professor.

July

Update: Professor Devoney Looser's new book, “The Making of Jane Austen,”

Mike Tueller has many talents. He completed an academic conference paper in high school, served in the U.S. Navy and studied at Harvard University.

May

Arizona State University Professor of English 

Professor Devoney Looser in the Department of English at Arizona State University found her calling to encourage deep thinking and foster lifelong learning as an undergraduate at Augsburg College.

The United States is home to more than 320 million people from dozens of countries and ancestries, in addition to Native American peoples.

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2017 commencement.

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2017 commencement.

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2017 commencement.

From cultural influence and global insight to interdisciplinary learning, the study of religion has an extraordinary impact on some of society’s most complex and challenging problems.

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2017 commencement.

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2017 commencement.

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2017 commencement.

April

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2017 commencement.

Celebrity chef Nephi Craig, who made a guest appearance

When considering challenges such as staying on track for an on-time graduation, taking time away from family or work obligations and making a big dent in finances, the 

Genocide has been a thread through humanity, stretching back centuries and into modern times.

Felina Rodriguez is a current student at Arizona State University studying political science, and Spanish literature and culture.

Neal Lester is quite aware of how music and social movements can bring people together in divisive times, but when rock guitarist Dick Wagner penned an original tune for Humanity 101, the power of

Heated rhetoric and finger-pointing dominate U.S. politics and headlines. But what happens to the people whose stories don’t make the news but whose lives are deeply affected by policy choices?

March

On a warm Saturday night on ASU’s Polytechnic campus, the sound of snapping fingers fills a classroom.

Linda Hogan (Chickasaw), a prominent poet, novelist, essayist and environmentalist, is the featured speaker in ASU’s Simon Ortiz and Labriola Center Lecture on Indigenous Land, Culture, and Communi

A breakthrough is on the horizon for doctoral students and the dissertation process at Arizona State University.

Thanks to generous support from two donors who advocate for legal reform in Ukraine, Arizona State University students can learn Ukrainian, an East Slavic language, at the

The Virginia G.

February

From visiting one of the most beautiful Nordic cities, to exploring interpersonal relationships on beaches in Fiji, to understanding the integration of science and humanities in Italy, Arizona Stat

We’ve all heard of Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks and Malcolm X.

Visitors got a double dose of Arizona State University's Night of the Open Door fun this weekend as the free open-house event took place on the aviation- and

Print book sales have been on the decline since the Great Recession with one exception: graphic novels.

Arizona State University's Night of the Open Door — five free open houses over the month of February — continued at the West campus in Glendale on Saturday, where the rain held off as visitors lear

Over the last several hundred years, human activity has impacted the planet in a such a dramatic and unprecedented way that many have taken to argue for the emergence of a new historical era, the A

January

Searching for new ideas and unique experiences with the family in 2017?

The sixth annual ASU Prison Education Conference will bring together a broad coalition of e

It seems like our most pressing global challenges are growing ever more complex and interconnected, from climate change and migrant crises to childhood poverty and economic inequality.

2016

December

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2016 commencement.

Editor's note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2016 commencement. See more graduates 

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2016 commencement. See more graduates 

Editor's note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2016 commencement.

Editor's note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2016 commencement.

Editor's note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2016 commencement.

The Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory (HASTAC) has announced Arizona State University as its partner institution after a competitive, nationwide search.

November

An ancient history professor with an upcoming lecture at ASU says it’s important to remember the past as we deal with mental health care in the present.

The energy of the city works like a magnet for many of the 11,000 students at Arizona State University's Downtown Phoenix campus.

With a shrinking job market in tenure-track faculty positions, doctoral students in the humanities often must compete for alternative academic — known as “alt-ac” — careers, or even search fo

“They’re selling postcards of the hanging, they’re painting the passports brown / The beauty parlor is filled with sailors, the circus is in town.”

College is a time for new experiences, and that means interacting with different types of people.

October

How do religion and violence factor into sporting events?

Melissa Wilson Sayres thinks that people need to interact with scientists more often in their daily lives.

Faculty and students in higher education might be surprised to see the words "humanities" and "lab" in the same sentence.

How do you break down cultural stereotypes? For two groups in the U.S. and Pakistan, it was through storytelling.

For Debbie Reese, cutting classes in high school was an opportunity to indulge her passions.

Modern critiques of capitalism accuse it of being a relentlessly rational structure that disrupts social bonds through its imposed utilitarianism.

Students are the key.

Arizona State Univeristy's Institute for Humanities Research has appointed Jacque Wernimont as interim director of the institute's Nexus Lab for Dig

September

The striking landscapes that make up our national parks can inspire profound exclamations in even the most ineloquent of visitors.

When ASU professor Rashad Shabazz hears Prince classics like “1999” and “Little Red Corvette,” he hears musical artistry and creative genius, to be sure.

Last year, more than 2,400 people were trampled during the annual Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca, called the hajj.

Eddie Moore Jr. makes no bones about it. He’s trying to change the world.

August

Professor Aaron Baker, whose scholarship focuses on representations of social identity in American cinema and who was the former head of A

July

A year after a devastating magnitude-7.8 earthquake hit Nepal, the country still faces a lengthy path to recovery — both structurally and emotionally.

Not everybody is a fan of sci-fi.

ASU professor Neal A. Lester says one of the worst things about becoming homeless can be the loss of one’s humanity.

Arizona State University's Institute for Humanities Research has announced the appointment of Cora Fox as interim director, following the departure of director Sally Kitch on July 1.

June

Speculative fiction stories have the power to take abstract, contentious policy debates about humans and their changing environment and turn them into gripping, visceral tales.

Two hundred years ago, in the early morning hours of June 16, Mary Shelley found herself possessed by a waking dream in which she “saw the hideous phantasm of a man stretched out, and then, on the

For Norman Dubie, poetry has been a lifelong pursuit.

Norman Dubie, Arizona State University Regents’ Professor of English, was awarded the 2016 international Griffin Poetry Prize for his collection "Th

May

On April 28-29, Arizona State University's Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict  hosted "

How do religion and gender intersect with domestic violence in Greece and Fiji? What can we learn about peace building from the Emerging Church Movement in the American South?

The Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict hosted its annual student awards on May 3, recognizing those students who completed its Undergraduate Research Fellows Program and Undergraduate Ce

“I too am not a bit tamed — I too am untranslatable;
I sound my barbaric yawp over the roofs of the world.”

Editor's note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2016 commencement.

Editor's note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2016 commencement.

Editor's note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2016 commencement.

Editor's note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2016 commencement.

2015

September

Arizona State University and the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in Richland, Washington, will enter into an agreement to solidify the burgeoning co

Six years ago, Mackenzie Cotlow received the first bachelor’s degree in global health awarded by Arizona State University.

Locusts have been around since, well, Biblical times and have wreaked havoc on Earth and humans’ food production.

Chinese President Xi Jinping is in the United States this week.

These days, whether you’re watching TV, scanning the latest headlines on Reddit or eavesdropping in line at Starbucks, the topic of global migration is unavoidable.

Known for his lyrical writing style, 18th-century poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow called music “the universal language of mankind.”

Is it time to cut a deal with Japan on whaling?  

The Amazon rainforest — it conjures up images of broad expanses of leafy canopies and tropical species of every shape and color.

Karl Marx, Sigmund Freud and Moses Maimonides helped shape how the world approaches economics, psychology and law, respectively.

AORA Solar, a leading developer of solar-biogas hybrid power technology has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Arizona State University LightWorks, Ad

The students quivered as they stood at the front of the classroom, before their peers, speaking out loud about their research projects.

After surviving a shipwreck that nearly cost him his life, Adam Braun decided to re-evaluate his purpose.

Salmonella is an infectious agent with many faces, appearing in a multitude of strains affecting animals and humans.

The Mexican government calls them “etnias,” or ethnicities. In her research, Saskias Casanova refers to them as “indigenous immigrants.”

August

Arizona State University will help bring light to Pakistan via a partnership celebrated Thursday.

The Arizona State University Alumni Association recently added 10 new groups to its chapter network, bringing the total number of groups operated by the association and its alumni volunteers to 146

For most people, the thought of spending your summers in war-torn areas of conflict isn’t too appealing. But for Yasmin Saikia it’s more than an attraction, it’s her job.

Editor's note: This story is part of our back-to-school spotlight on notable incoming students.

Students in the inaugural course of the groundbreaking Global Freshman Academy log in and start class Thursday.

A multimedia journalist from Nepal, a television executive from the Philippines and a public-relations expert from Russia are among the nine global journalists and communicators selected for the Hu

The 2005 Atlantic Coast hurricane season was the most devastating to the region in recorded history, with Hurricane Katrina alone causing catastrophic damage.

In what is the first-ever partnership between an American university and the Mexican Ministry of Public Education, 194 English teachers came to Arizona State University from Mexico for teacher trai

University receives second Engineering Research Center, elevating its role as a leader in global innovation

July

When Tehreem Aurakzai stepped off the plane at Phoenix Sky Harbor airport, she didn’t fully appreciate her new role as “cultural representative.”

One of the enduring mysteries of the human experience is how and why humans moved from hunting and gathering to farming.

For his lasting contribution to the conservation of mammals and their habitats, the American Society of Mammalogists has given t

June

Shandong University is sitting in an interesting position.

Eventually, Dominique Reichenbach plans to travel the globe as a United States Foreign Service Officer. But today she’s learning how to tie Chinese knots.

Kaleigh Johnson, an Arizona State University chemical engineering major and student in Barrett, the Honors College, has never traveled abroad – until now.

January

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey will visit Arizona State University's Tempe campus to give opening remarks before a public lecture by Rich Lowry, editor of National Review, at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, Jan.

The Arizona-Mexico border serves as a national and international spotlight for discussions about border issues and illegal immigration.

Five Arizona State University undergraduates have been awarded the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to study abroad.

2014

November

As a testament to its commitment to global engagement and educating world-class citizens, Arizona State University has been ranked eighth in the nation as a top university for international student

October

Arizona State University students, faculty and staff who would like to learn more about study abroad programs are invited to attend the annual

Even as the United States’ role in global affairs has increasingly become a subject of national debate, the importance of the country’s international engagement in promoting security and economic d

June

As part of Arizona State University’s efforts to deepen as well as expand its footprint in China, Denis Simon, senior adviser on China and global affairs to ASU President Michael Crow, delivered a

April

The School of International Letters and Cultures in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences will host the 2014 Italian Film Festival USA on Saturday, April 26, in Coor Hall, room 174, on the Tempe

Although many studies have associated the demise of complex societies with deteriorating climate, few have investigated the connection between an ameliorating environment, surplus resources, energy

From karaoke to origami, anime to sushi bars, judo to manga, the way of the samurai to bonsai, Japanese popular culture has become part of international culture.

March

For U.S. citizens familiar with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), it may be hard to believe that residents and visitors with disabilities outside of U.S.

The School of International Letters and Cultures' study abroad programs are among the longest-running and most prestigious at Arizona State University.

Editor's note: ASU's Kamra Sadia Hakim, a global studies major and Gilman Scholar, is currently studying

February

The School of International Letters and Cultures welcomes international artists from Argentina, Mexico, Brazil and Italy to ASU for a lecture series this spring.

ASU's School of International Letters and Cultures in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is teaming up with the Archeological Institute of America, Central Arizona Society and ASU’s Project H

In a recent report by the National Science Foundation (NSF), China was found to be the world’s third-largest producer of research articles.

2013

November

The ASU Study Abroad Office will host its annual Study Abroad Fair from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Nov.

ASU hosted a 10-member delegation of senior Vietnamese government and industry officials from the Vinh Phuc Province in Vietnam on Oct.

October

ASU tied with Princeton, Rutgers in number of Fulbrights

August

This fall, the School of International Letters and Cultures is pleased to announce the return of its International Artists Lecture Series.

ASU is building relationships in China with the goal of enhancing global research and education.

2012

December

Plant and animal species are shifting their geographic ranges and the timing of their life events – such as flowering, laying eggs or migrating – at faster rates than researchers documented just a

June

Denis Simon was participating in the midst of talks with Chinese officials regarding technology innovation and educational issues when blind activist Chen Guangcheng fled to the United States Embas