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ASU Online expands to offer more than 300 programs

This fall, with the addition of 22 new programs, ASU Online will offer more than 300 undergraduate and graduate degrees, certificates and emphases.

Total enrollment for the 2021–22 academic year was more than 82,000 students — seven times more than the 2012–13 year. In that same period, the number of graduates has increased more than tenfold — to more than 11,500 for the past academic year.

Creative force: GIT Awards motivate students to make an impact with messaging, design

Visual communicators almost always work in the background as they employ a variety of technologies to generate awareness and interest, evoke emotion and inspire change or action. But while we see the results of their efforts almost everywhere, all the skills and labor that go into the work are rarely apparent.

Keeping memory on hand

As we age, our bodies deteriorate, making daily life more difficult. Along with physical challenges, the loss of cognitive function, such as memory loss, can also impede performance of basic tasks. From misplacing keys or a wallet to more serious memory issues like forgetting to take medication or leaving the stove on, memory loss is a prevalent issue among older adults.

ASU School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences staff earn top honors

Joelle Park and Jennie Burel, both graduate program coordinators in ASU's School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, were recently recognized with notable awards.

Park was honored with the Michelle Howe Staff Award for Outstanding Service, the top award for staff within the school. Burel was named Outstanding New Staff Member by the Graduate College.

ASU named a Hispanic-Serving Institution by US Department of Education

Arizona State University has been named a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI) by the U.S. Department of Education, a major milestone in its enterprisewide commitment to increase the diversity of its student body.

The recognition reflects the university’s efforts to more holistically serve its community through a range of financial and academic support programs for current ASU students, K–12 outreach programs that strengthen the pipeline to college, and resources for the broader community.

ASU part of alliance of 20 largest Hispanic-Serving Research Universities formed to increase opportunity

Twenty of the nation’s top research universities, including Arizona State University, today announced the formation of the Alliance of Hispanic-Serving Research Universities to increase opportunity for those historically underserved by higher education.

The 20 universities represent every university that has been both categorized as R1 (very high research activity) by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education and designated as a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI) by the U.S. Department of Education.

US Space Force selects ASU as newest university partner

The U.S. Space Force and Arizona State University signed an agreement Tuesday making ASU the newest member of the service's University Partnership Program.

USSF Chief Technology and Innovation Officer Lisa Costa joined ASU President Michael M. Crow on ASU's Tempe campus to finalize the agreement and to learn more about the university's space initiatives and capabilities.  

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