W. P. Carey School of Business at ASU names new dean

Following an intensive national search process, Arizona State University has announced Ohad Kadan as the new dean of the W. P. Carey School of Business, effective July 1, 2022.

Kadan is currently serving as the vice dean for education and globalization and as the H. Frederick Hagemann Jr. Professor of Finance at the Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis.

The rent is due ... now what do we do?

Courts around the United States are starting to see an alarming uptick in tenant eviction filings, and the situation is headed toward catastrophe according to a recent New York Times article.

President Joe Biden’s extension of an eviction moratorium was ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court in August, and now more people are facing homelessness or are seeking cheaper rents in places they might not want to live.

Wild style: Sol Power festival to mix art forms, celebrate hip-hop culture

In an unlikely union, this year’s Sol Power hip-hop festival at Arizona State University will join forces with the ASU Symphony Orchestra for one of its featured events.

The free, five-day community event features DJs, emcees, live music, graffiti artists and dancers, and it culminates Saturday, Nov. 20, with the main event — a daylong celebration of the Phoenix area's hip-hop community with a focus on 3-on-3 battles and a choreography battle. This year, the main event also includes a collaboration with the ASU Symphony Orchestra.

School of International Letters and Cultures faculty weave sustainability principles into courses

Faculty members in Arizona State University's School of International Letters and Cultures have been working to integrate sustainability concepts into their language courses and overall curriculum, from vocabulary related to climate and the environment, to broader cultural themes and issues surrounding global futures.

ASU joins global conversation with Climate Change Theatre Action

The world has been confronting environmental peril at the Glasgow Climate Change Conference this month, and Arizona State University is part of the global conversation.

ASU has once again joined an international event called Climate Change Theatre Action, with readings and performances of short plays about human-caused shifts in the environment. ASU students will stage three short plays on Nov. 18.