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Geography and urban planning students share advice from summer internships

For many students in Arizona State University’s School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning, learning goes on all year-round. This past summer, a growing number of urban planning and geography students used their time outside the classroom to get ahead, build new skills and obtain new experiences to advance their careers. 

ASU named most innovative university seven years running

The number seven is often associated with good fortune, but luck had nothing to do with ASU’s latest accomplishment: For the seventh year in a row, the university is ranked No. 1 in innovation by U.S. News & World Report, a feat borne of a long history of creative reimagining — along with a healthy dose of tenacity and resilience through a period filled with obstacles and uncertainty.

ASU online program helps Navy veteran pursue lifelong dream

Anthony Pacheco knew since the third grade that he wanted to be a lawyer. He enjoyed debating and he loved fighting to help others. Now, after graduating with a Bachelor of Science in biochemistry from Arizona State University's School of Molecular Sciences online program, Pacheco is ready to take the next step in his education.

Pacheco, who grew up in California, first attended college immediately after high school.

“After my first year of college, I realized the university I was attending wasn’t the right fit for me,” he said.