Community service

Honoring all who serve: Salute to Service begins Nov. 1

Salute to Service returns to Arizona State University in-person from Nov. 1 to 11 to honor military veterans, those still serving, their families and civilians who have also served their communities.

With this year’s theme, “Service Above Self,” ASU will host various events across all Phoenix metro campuses to show its gratitude for all who serve — military and civilian alike.

School of Social Work secures $11M in federal grants to fund community health education, research

Community health workers impact the lives of residents of underserved areas where basic health services are often scarce. Over the next five years, Arizona State University’s School of Social Work will train hundreds of workers from all over the country, teaching skills designed to improve the health and welfare of thousands of children and families.

ASU research finds that rule on ethics boosts nonprofits' performance

An Arizona State University professor’s research has discovered that holding nonprofit organizations to best practices reduced CEOs’ pay and improved performance.

Ilona Babenka, an associate professor of finance in the W. P. Carey School of Business, looked at compensation data for 14,765 nonprofit organizations in New York state for the years 2009–17.

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