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As the demography of the United States dramatically shifts, so too should the idea of what it means to be a family, said an Arizona State...
Vocations as diverse as hairstyling and law are affected by occupational licensing, the requirement for an oft-coveted credential awarded...
Thirteen new faculty members joined The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences natural sciences division at Arizona State University this...
Robert E. Page Jr., an emeritus provost of Arizona State University and University of California Davis alumnus and an internationally...
Ferran Garcia-Pichel, Arizona State University professor and researcher, has been awarded the 2021 D.C. White Award by the American Society...
More than $300,000 from the Charlene and J. Orin Edson Initiative for Dementia Care and Solutions was awarded to three Arizona State...
As the world manages through the coronavirus pandemic, Arizona State University continues its work to discover and develop easier and more...
In April, Arizona State University’s Narrative Storytelling Initiative invited people worldwide to write a short story on what they think...
Carbon, one of the main building blocks for all life on Earth, cycles among living organisms and the environment. This cycle, and how it...
Arizona State University junior Kelli Brown has a hard time describing what she’s studying to her family over holiday breaks. Her varied...
Arizona State University Professor Cameron G. Thies was awarded this year’s Ole R. Holsti Distinguished Scholar Award from the...
The Hispanic Research Center at Arizona State University is home to an extensive collection of work by Hispanic artists. Over the years,...
What do cellular systems in the human body and social behaviors of people have in common with zombies? Cells, large groups of people and...
Growing up in Cave Creek, Arizona, Chad Kwiatkowski chose to study geology because he had a desire to learn the geologic story of the...
Sarah J. Tracy, professor of organizational communication and qualitative methodology in the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication at...
As the world’s understanding of COVID-19 continues to develop, so too do questions and misconceptions about symptoms and testing. Ciara...
ASU’s School of International Letters and Cultures is proud to welcome 10 new faculty members and one postdoctoral scholar in the fall 2020...
Tucked just north of the Phoenix metropolitan area, adjacent to popular travel destinations including Sedona and Jerome, sits the smaller...
This week, Arizona State University’s Center on the Future of War welcomed two ASU Future Security Fellows who are a part of New America’s...
International religious leader, philosopher and award-winning author Lord Rabbi Jonathan Sacks spoke to more than 430 people from 13...

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