3 new appointments enhance ASU efforts to serve students, community
Three Arizona State University leaders are assuming new responsibilities and roles. Christine Wilkinson, Colleen Jennings-Roggensack and Katie Paquet will each assume new responsibilities as part of the university's efforts toward achieving its strategic goals.
ASU political science major attends conference on racial issues and law
With the help of the Undergraduate Travel Support grant issued by ASU's School of Politics and Global Studies (SPGS), Felina Rodriguez was able to attend a conference on racial issues held at the UCLA School of Law.
ASU center studies solar system's history through meteorites, partners with NASA
Arizona State University’s Center for Meteorite Studies looks for clues about the formation of the solar system by studying the characteristics of meteorites. The center is home to the largest meteorite collection housed in a university. There are a few government and private collections that are larger, such as the Smithsonian’s collection, for example, but none that are operated by a university.
A member of the U.S. Army Special Forces explains how ASU Online prepared him for the work-force outside of his military background.
Read About Dana Harvey's Story
Juggling classes and chemo
With limited free time going to chemotherapy and becoming a full-time caregiver for his parents during their cancer treatments, ASU Online provided Jeff with flexibility and support toward earning his second bachelor's degree.