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The logistical challenges of teaching a class inside a state prison are complicated enough during a typical semester, let alone one that includes a pandemic.

This spring, an Arizona State...

America’s criminal justice system was already in the process of reforming, but the COVID-19 pandemic could make further progress uncertain, especially if crime jumps when the shutdown ends,...

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Arizona State University’s Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions is offering to pay the application fees for first responders and...

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The COVID-19 pandemic has forced every kind of institution to quickly change course, but for the School of Social Work at Arizona State University, the...

Hundreds of Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions students at Arizona State University recently discovered some unfamiliar numbers appearing on the screens of their ringing...

Retirees Nancy and Ted Wolter were already big fans of the wide variety of learning and engagement opportunities within the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Arizona State University....

The current COVID-19 pandemic highlights the critical need for the United States to develop a strong system for young people to engage in public service — much like the...

To encourage environmental awareness and action, Mark Roseland joined several faculty members in an April 17 video ASU produced to mark the...

Throughout the more than half century since he received his bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University, Geoffrey Gonsher dedicated his...

The extraordinary COVID-19 pandemic will be studied for decades and will likely lead to changes in law enforcement, according to experts who spoke at an Arizona State University panel discussion...

Thousands of events worldwide have been canceled, the Summer Olympics have been postponed and sporting events are looking to the future. Students of ASU’s special event management program have no...

When she was in middle school in Phoenix, Yaritza Hernandez Gil realized she had a lot of work to do if she wanted to make it to college.

She was living in Arizona’s foster care system,...

Richard Berg took over managing a foundation that holds an annual summer camp in the pines for disadvantaged youth, expanding its offerings to include year-round youth programs in Phoenix....

Kelly Huey’s service to the social work profession has taken her from bedsides to boardrooms.

Social workers are often known to serve the economically disadvantaged, and many of them can...

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