archive-edu.com » EDU » A » ASU.EDU

Total: 1622

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • ASU News
    textbook A team of Arizona State University researchers has been Origins Project series to highlight human impact on Earth In recognition of the impact of humans from more ASU News Coverage ASU education dean on the importance of great teachers Zócalo Public Square ASU dean on his new role vision for Herberger Institute Arizona Horizon ASU s Halden addresses making chemistry green New York Times more editor s picks Sustainability Science Students Childhood dream takes ASU grad to London for work in neurology For one recent first generation graduate access to a college education inspiring faculty and the opportunity to conduct real world research are empowering her drive to become a neurologist Sustainability Students ASU students use radical solutions to advise local wildlife nonprofit Sustainability architecture and design students create and present water saving building techniques for Liberty Wildlife Foundation s new facility Nursing and Health Care Health Solutions Healthy Living Treating diabetes one meal at a time Two professors from the School of Nutrition Health Promotion at Arizona State University have studied how changing your diet can help manage the effects of diabetes upcoming events more multimedia Video Photo ASU to host 2017 Final Four ASU will host the biggest event in college basketball in 2017 as the NCAA Final Four is headed to Metro Phoenix ASU establishes first ever charter Game against Notre Dame pays tribute to veterans Rethinking college education through making more ASU Salute to Service celebration in review Homecoming 2014 Written in the Sparks ASU s living arboretum in the running for national award ASU stuns USC 38 34 with Hail Mary more more news university Thanksgiving dinner helps ASU students feel at home for the holidays Annual bookstore sale for faculty staff Childhood dream takes ASU grad to London for work in neurology ASU

    Original URL path: https://asunews.asu.edu/ (2014-11-25)
    Open archived version from archive

  • ASU news subscription center | ASU News
    Search Search January 15 2010 twitter subscribe now science tech business culture affairs university sports archives search press room featured Origins Project series to highlight human impact on Earth today s headlines Beyond human exploring transhumanism ASU president approves sexual violence task force recommendations President Crow names task force on sexual violence prevention editor s picks Childhood dream takes ASU grad to London for work in neurology ASU students use radical solutions to advise local wildlife nonprofit Treating diabetes one meal at a time ASU News the news and information channel of Arizona State University offers several email newsletters ASU Now is the daily news email of Arizona State University highlighting major research stories breaking news top university headlines videos and weekly photo galleries ASU Now Weekly is the weekly news email of Arizona State University similar to the daily edition but delivered every Friday ASU Insight is the faculty staff weekly newsletter of Arizona State University focusing on employee news and features Insight is published every Friday Please note there may be a delay before you receive your first newsletter First Name Last Name E mail I am a Faculty member Staff member Student ASU parent ASU alum Friend

    Original URL path: https://asunews.asu.edu/subscribe (2014-11-25)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Insight archive | ASU News
    to highlight human impact on Earth today s headlines Beyond human exploring transhumanism ASU president approves sexual violence task force recommendations President Crow names task force on sexual violence prevention editor s picks Childhood dream takes ASU grad to London for work in neurology ASU students use radical solutions to advise local wildlife nonprofit Treating diabetes one meal at a time Home Insight archive Published Volume 35 Number 16 November 14 2014 Volume 35 Number 15 November 7 2014 Volume 35 Number 14 October 31 2014 Volume 35 Number 13 October 24 2014 Volume 35 Number 12 October 17 2014 Volume 35 Number 11 October 10 2014 Volume 35 Number 10 October 3 2014 Volume 35 Number 9 September 26 2014 Volume 35 Number 8 September 19 2014 Volume 35 Number 7 September 12 2014 Volume 35 Number 6 September 5 2014 Volume 35 Number 5 August 29 2014 Volume 35 Number 4 August 22 2014 Volume 35 Number 3 August 8 2014 Volume 35 Number 2 July 25 2014 Volume 35 Number 1 July 11 2014 Volume 34 Number 41 June 27 2014 Volume 34 Number 40 June 13 2014 Volume 34 Number 39 May 30 2014 Volume 34

    Original URL path: https://asunews.asu.edu/insight (2014-11-25)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Science & Tech | ASU News
    but which lacks the three dimensional regularity of ordinary diamond The transatlantic flight of Project HoneyBee Another transformative collaboration has emerged from the Transatlantic Higher Education Partnership between Arizona State University and Dublin City University Researchers explore future of postdigital textbook A team of Arizona State University researchers has been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation to conduct research on the future of the textbook more science tech spotlight ASU joins pathbreaking radio telescope project to study early universe ASU Nigerian center partner to turn waste into a resource Origins Project series to highlight human impact on Earth ASU students use radical solutions to advise local wildlife nonprofit ASU partners with international network to improve lives worldwide more science tech news Bioscience Biotechnology Fast low cost DNA sequencing technology one step closer to reality The transatlantic flight of Project HoneyBee Beyond human exploring transhumanism Health Treating diabetes one meal at a time Program offers ASU students hands on health care internships ASU Mayo seed grants advance new research in cancer obesity Earth space ASU joins pathbreaking radio telescope project to study early universe Asteroid impacts on Earth make structurally bizarre diamonds say ASU scientists Open house to discuss Extreme Robotic Exploration Engineering Researchers explore future of postdigital textbook Fulbright award takes computer scientist to France A smart device for stroke rehabilitation Environment ASU launches new center for water policy ASU engineers join US effort to protect water quality ASU s planning program ranks in top 25 nationally Life science Age matters Young larvae boost pollination activity in bees Minority students in STEM majors find strong support at ASU ASU revises royalty policy giving more proceeds to researchers Renewable energy ASU Albania partner to advance nation s sustainability education quality Building the framework for the future of biofuels Secretary

    Original URL path: https://asunews.asu.edu/science_tech (2014-11-25)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Business, culture & affairs | ASU News
    community impact Several of the state s best businesses were honored for their positive role in our communities at the 18th annual Spirit of Enterprise Awards hosted by the W P Carey School of Business at Arizona State University Treating diabetes one meal at a time Two professors from the School of Nutrition Health Promotion at Arizona State University have studied how changing your diet can help manage the effects of diabetes more business culture affairs spotlight Students serve their community at Day of Service in downtown Phoenix Cronkite School taps digital media leader for new bureau Parents children write their futures in ASU after school project ASU undergrad taps into anthropology Cronkite professor establishes scholarship in memory of wife more business culture affairs news arts culture Book Group to discuss ASU staffer s novel ASU technology weaves electronics indigenous culture World renowned composer returns to ASU Gammage during 50th anniversary business Top Arizona businesses honored for community impact Experts to weigh in on economic recovery at annual luncheon Mayo Clinic expert to advise president on health care business leadership education Teach For America visits ASU to raise awareness of educational inequity Researchers explore future of postdigital textbook ASU partners with K 12 school district to expand educational resources health care Treating diabetes one meal at a time Mayo Clinic expert to advise president on health care business leadership Program offers ASU students hands on health care internships humanities Beyond human exploring transhumanism Parents children write their futures in ASU after school project ASU Project Humanities to receive Friend of the Humanities Award journalism Cronkite School taps digital media leader for new bureau Cronkite professor establishes scholarship in memory of wife Gun rights investigation wins ASU students prestigious award law Former UN official awarded O Connor prize for human rights

    Original URL path: https://asunews.asu.edu/business_culture_affairs (2014-11-25)
    Open archived version from archive

  • University | ASU News
    s Ice Hockey program to NCAA Division I status more upcoming events more university spotlight Thanksgiving dinner helps ASU students feel at home for the holidays Childhood dream takes ASU grad to London for work in neurology Free concert to follow last home football game of the season Human rights democracy expert joins McCain Institute more university news administration Renewable energy law expert appointed director at ASU Mayo Clinic expert to advise president on health care business leadership Human rights democracy expert joins McCain Institute alumni Age matters Young larvae boost pollination activity in bees Alumni Association seeks nominations for Founders Day Awards Appetite giant squid at center of ASU alum s critically acclaimed book community Students serve their community at Day of Service in downtown Phoenix More ASU staffers donate enjoy perks at football game Fundraiser to celebrate honor Architects of Change community partnerships Teach For America visits ASU to raise awareness of educational inequity Parents children write their futures in ASU after school project ASU law school breaks ground on Downtown Phoenix campus diversity Teach For America visits ASU to raise awareness of educational inequity Parents children write their futures in ASU after school project English immersion program draws Mexican students to ASU faculty and staff Annual bookstore sale for faculty staff Book Group to discuss ASU staffer s novel More ASU staffers donate enjoy perks at football game grants and awards The price of nature ASU students research county parks visitor fees Fundraiser to celebrate honor Architects of Change 1 24M grant to help child sex trafficking victims innovation and entrepreneurship ASU entrepreneurs launch sustainable ceramic coating venture Venture capital fund invests in ASU startups to stimulate Arizona economy ASU faculty staff encouraged to apply for 2015 President s Awards international engagement South Africa program stresses study

    Original URL path: https://asunews.asu.edu/university (2014-11-25)
    Open archived version from archive

  • search | ASU News
    violence prevention editor s picks Childhood dream takes ASU grad to London for work in neurology ASU students use radical solutions to advise local wildlife nonprofit Treating diabetes one meal at a time Home search Search Search Terms By Date Range From date Year 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Day 1 2 3 4

    Original URL path: https://asunews.asu.edu/archives (2014-11-25)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Press Room | ASU News
    read from their poems and short fiction All attendees will later have the opportunity to share their own work during the open mic portion of the event Marooned is an on campus undergraduate publication of student short fiction poetry nonfiction and art The magazine is supported by the ASU Department of English and primarily run by student interns More information Free concert by The Fray Nov 22 15 mins after end of football game game to start at 11 a m Sun Devil Stadium Tempe campus American rock band The Fray is set to perform a free live concert in Sun Devil Stadium following the last football home game of the season The concert will take place on the field in front of the Inferno ASU s designated student section and will last for one hour More information news by topic arts humanities Book Group to discuss ASU staffer s novel Beyond human exploring transhumanism South Africa program stresses study service to community Parents children write their futures in ASU after school project Cronkite professor establishes scholarship in memory of wife business and law Top Arizona businesses honored for community impact Former UN official awarded O Connor prize for human rights advocacy Renewable energy law expert appointed director at ASU Experts to weigh in on economic recovery at annual luncheon Mayo Clinic expert to advise president on health care business leadership science tech ASU joins pathbreaking radio telescope project to study early universe Fast low cost DNA sequencing technology one step closer to reality Childhood dream takes ASU grad to London for work in neurology ASU technology weaves electronics indigenous culture Asteroid impacts on Earth make structurally bizarre diamonds say ASU scientists university Thanksgiving dinner helps ASU students feel at home for the holidays ASU president approves sexual violence task

    Original URL path: https://asunews.asu.edu/press_room (2014-11-25)
    Open archived version from archive