Space exploration

Undergraduate Ella Osby focuses on the evolution of stars

Ella Osby is a senior earning her degree in astrophysics at the School of Earth and Space Exploration at Arizona State University. Osby is originally from Atlanta, a city that she admits is more known for its light pollution than stargazing.

ASU Now talked with Osby about her intellectual evolution: how she went from wanting to study both Earth and space, to focusing solely on the evolution of stars.

Question: What brought you to ASU and, more specifically, to the School of Earth and Space Exploration?

ASU’s Interplanetary Initiative launches new bachelor’s degree in technological leadership

Arizona State University’s Interplanetary Initiative has announced its first degree program, the Bachelor of Science in technological leadership, a scalable three-year program where students learn complex problem-solving, critical thinking and leadership through an interdisciplinary blend of classroom learning and research. This innovative on-ground and online program is designed to address the ever-changing and expanding needs of the modern workforce.