Seeing the future isn’t normally possible. However, Arizona State University students taking the Embedded Systems Design Project II course, EGR 314, have the unique opportunity to see what their engineering future holds through mentorship from industry professionals who took the same course as ASU students.
In recognition of research accomplishments and plans for graduate work, three Arizona State University School of Life Sciences students have been named 2022 Graduate Research Fellows by the National Science Foundation.
Tasneem Fayek Mohammed, Jynx Pigart and Nicholas Wiesenthal were all selected for this distinguished award supporting early career graduate students.
Arizona PBS, ASU Gammage and Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication will host a dynamic event, “Past Connections That Bind Us All: A Conversation with Henry Louis Gates Jr.” at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 30, at ASU Gammage.
On Q Financial Inc., a national home mortgage lender, has selected senior Royce Perez as the recipient of the Josiah N. Moore Memorial Scholarship, representing the ASU Native American Alumni chapter. Perez is from Mariano Lake, New Mexico, and graduates this spring with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering.
The amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is connected to its ability to trap heat at Earth’s surface. Carbon dioxide removed from the atmosphere, a process referred to as carbon capture, is a potential source of renewable energy.
The Thunderbird School of Global Management at Arizona State University unveiled its new headquarters' name Friday night: the F. Francis and Dionne Najafi Thunderbird Global Headquarters.
With klieg lights, fireworks, food trucks and live music on streets closed to traffic, the event was as much a festival as a grand opening for the building in downtown Phoenix.
The Textbook and Academic Authors Association has released the names the 2022 Textbook Award winners: Arizona State University Professor Emeritus Chuck Corbin (and co-authors Darla Castelli, Ben Sibley and Guy Le Masurier) received the McGuffey Award that recognizes textbooks and learning materials whose excellence has been demonstrated over time.