Founded during the height of the civil rights movement, Dance Theatre of Harlem has not only transformed the world of dance, but redefined what it means to be a ballet dancer.
This year’s celebration was themed “Salute to Service Through Service” and honored both civilians and military who are making a positive impact by serving others.
When Salute to Service begins Nov. 1, it will boast many free events for the Arizona State University and local communities to enjoy in the name of celebrating service.
Washington Monthly announced Arizona State University as a top 10 university in the country for its dedication to community and national service, outranking Duke, UNC-Chapel Hill and Johns Hopkins.
For overall rankings, ASU comes in at No. 50 – ahead of more than 1,500 public, private, nonprofit and for-profit colleges nationwide.
For the eighth year in a row, Arizona State University is No. 1 in innovation in the newly released annual Best Colleges rankings by U.S. News & World Report.
Over the past 20 years, ASU has grown from a regional desert university to a world-renowned public research institution of tremendous societal impact, an accomplishment reflected by its unchallenged designation as the most innovative university — ahead of MIT and Stanford — every year since the inception of the category.
Somewhere in between residence hall move-ins and a curbside college send-off, complete with care package handoffs and misty-eyed side-hugs, dozens of new Sun Devils embraced a maroon-and-golden opportunity to jump-start their ASU journey in a culturally connected way.
New brochure offers guidance about sex trafficking, exploitation of children receiving special education services
A new brochure from an Arizona State University research center is designed to increase awareness of the particular vulnerability to sex trafficking of children receiving special education services.
A family with longtime philanthropic ties to Arizona State University has made a $1 million gift to the university’s Department of English.
The Swarthout family, whose first gift to ASU was in 1962, has created a new endowment to fund Summer Artistic Development Grants in English’s creative writing program. The grants initiate a series of three programs: