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<p>Citing an important need to provide support for graduate students with aspirations to enter local government, The Pederson Group, Inc. announced it will donate $25,000 for fellowships in...

<p>ASU&#39;s Raul Yzaguirre, has received a Lifetime Achievement Award as part of the first-ever Smithsonian Latino Center Legacy Awards ceremony. </p><p>Yzaguirre, ASU...

The Arizona State University Center for Community Development &amp; Civil Rights will host the third in its annual series of civil rights forums for ASU and the local community featuring...

<p>Three ASU American Humanics students have been awarded Next Generation Nonprofit Leaders Program (NextGen) scholarships.</p><p>Aydaly Briones, Jamie Patton and Shannon Wagner...

<p>Rhonda Phillips, an expert on asset-based community and economic development, is taking the reins as director of ASU’s School of Community Resources and Development. </p><p>...

<p>One of the world’s most respected experts in urban management, James Svara, will take the lead for ASU’s School of Public Affairs in an ambitious collaboration to improve local...

<p>Government leaders and a vast array of public sector managers face decisions involving immigration every day. Hundreds of staffers and department chiefs grapple with legal, ethical,...

Aug. 11 will be like any other day for Frank Sackton. He’ll have his breakfast, get in his brisk morning walk, read his two newspapers, and continue preparing for the ethics classes he will teach...

<p>According to a study published last year, abusing animals is considered a manifestation of low empathy and a callous disregard for life, and it also could be an indicator of violence...

<p>The ASU Center for Nonprofit Leadership and Management (CNLM) has released its 2007 Nonprofit Compensation and Benefits Report for Maricopa County and Pima County nonprofit organizations...

<p>Arizona’s Pinal County is projected to soon have a population as large as Pima County’s is now. What will Pinal be like in the future? Will it be a distinguishable destination or a McMega...

<p>Body scans, trauma-releasing exercises, assessment of air quality and toxins, and progressive relaxation are just a few of the experiential class activities that will be required of...

<p>Chinese scholars are drawing on the opportunities at ASU for their studies, research and teaching experience. This academic year, ASU was the foreign destination for several visiting...

<p>ASU&#39;s Center for Urban Innovation in the School of Public Affairs played host to nearly 100 regional mayors, city managers and city council members at its first workshop April 18...

<p>The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication has been named first in the nation in the annual Hearst Journalism Awards, often called the Pulitzer Prizes of college...

<p>Christine Chacon is the 100th student to complete the Child Welfare Training Project at the Tucson component of the ASU School of Social Work. The program is a collaborative partnership...

James N. Crutchfield, a former major newspaper publisher and editor, has been named ASU&#39;s director of student media. Additionally, Crutchfield was appointed to the Weil Family Professor of...

<p>As the largest producer of social work graduates in Arizona, the ASU School of Social Work is responding directly to community needs for Spanish speaking social workers. </p> <p...

<p>As a teacher, Jess Alberts&#39; goal is to provoke her students to ask questions about the world around them. As a communications professor in the Hugh Downs School of Human...

<p>For more than 100 years, the state of Guanajuato in the central highlands of Mexico has been a major point of departure for migrants. It continues to account for a disproportionately...

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