According to Albert Einstein, “the only source of knowledge is experience.” What better source of knowledge for the Arizona State University military studies associate degree program than Kermit Brown, who served as a U.S. Marine?
A combination of professional goals and being a student-athlete led Maria Villanti to consider receiving an online Master of Arts in global security from Arizona State University.
While COVID-19 cut Villanti’s junior year lacrosse season short, the NCAA granted all spring athletes an extra year of eligibility.
As the holiday season approaches, the fear of inflation has some shoppers concerned about the cost of holiday shopping.
A recent survey found that half of consumers are heading to stores early this year to get a head start on their holiday shopping, with nearly 20% starting their shopping as early as October.
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The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering has reached an impressive milestone — student enrollment hit a high of 30,000 students this fall.
That’s up 12% from last year and 27% from 2017, making it the largest engineering school in the nation.
Kyle Squires, dean of Arizona State University’s Fulton Schools of Engineering, sums up the college’s recent success in two words: “high quality.”
National Substance Abuse Prevention Month, observed in October, brings awareness to substance abuse and prevention efforts.
In the past year, more than 59.3 million people age 12 or older used illicit drugs. Moreover, the use of illicit substances interferes with brain receptors and the way they process information. Once that change happens, it’s difficult to change what was altered.
Colin Donovan, an alumnus of the ASU Online history master’s program at the School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies, was named the 2022 Idaho History Teacher of the Year by the Gilder Lehrman Institute for American History.
Ever since participating in a business competition in high school, Cameron Prohaska knew he wanted a career in the field. He also knew that he would need to pursue higher education to meet that goal, but didn’t feel quite ready for college straight out of high school.
After taking some time off to develop his interests and launch a small business selling clothes, Prohaska enrolled in Golden West College in Huntington Beach, California, where he focused on economics and completed his associate’s degree.
In September, the School of Politics and Global Studies at Arizona State University hosted its first Washington, D.C., reception for current students, alumni and faculty of the ASU Online Master of Arts in global security program.
When he received his first bachelor’s degree in management from the United States Coast Guard Academy, Mike Freeman had every intention to become a businessman after his five years of Coast Guard service were completed. But all of that changed when Freeman reported to his first assignment.