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The unpublished work of late Walter B. Miller – a researcher who, in many ways, revolutionized the scholarship of social service research in regard to gang youth and urban culture – is now...

Music in Western Culture, World Religions, Adventures in Judaism, American Musical Theatre, Constitutional History of the U.S., and Portrait Drawing are among the many classes being offered this...

The ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation is pleased to announce the upcoming “‘Go fast, go alone; go far, go together’: Collective Impact” Conference to take place Oct....

According to a new study, the levels of happiness may be more similar among men and women than previously thought.

New data from the DDB Needham Life Style Survey finds that men and women...

Five students in the School of Social Work’s Tucson Component have been named the initial recipients of the Gabe Zimmerman Memorial Scholarship, established by Community Partnership of Southern...

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Arizona State University (OLLI at ASU) is now offering a hybrid poetry class starting Aug. 31.

The course, offered at the West Campus, will...

The ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation announces the launch of the fourth year of its Generation Next Nonprofit Leadership Academy (GenNext). Twenty-three emerging,...

The future of water in the American Southwest and around the world will be the topic of a town hall discussion at Arizona State University hosted by...

A new Child Life Certificate program at ASU will educate students in child development and play in order to prepare them to promote effective coping among children who face health challenges....

Salt River Project (SRP) and The American Dream Academy (ADA) have renewed their sponsorship agreement for three more years, extending their official relationship into 2015. The agreement calls...

Research examines whether Central American gangs promote violence in the US

ASU is near completion of a study examining whether Central American gangs serve as a proxy...

A new report indicates high rates of sexually transmitted diseases among arrestees in Maricopa County.

The report, conducted in partnership between the Arizona Arrestee Reporting...

A fellow at ASU's Center for Social Cohesion , Constantino Diaz-Duran is walking across the country to celebrate his eligibility for...

ASU President Michael M. Crow and former Supreme Court Chief Justice Sandra Day O'Connor joined writers, political scientists and sociologists for a June 13 panel in Washington, D.C., on social,...

<p> The ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation has earned a $543,400 federal grant to fund 44 nonprofit apprenticeships, comprising the 2011-2012 class of Public...

<p>Students with disabilities and their families often worry about what may happen to them after they graduate from high school. Now they have new options. This summer, from July 11th-14th,...

<p>Class III of the ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation’s Generation Next Nonprofit Leadership Academy (Gen Next) graduated from its 9-month training on May 13 at...

<p>Two ASU American Humanics (AH) students have been awarded Next Generation Nonprofit Leaders Program (NextGen) scholarships.</p><p>These students will each receive $4,500 from...

<p>Parents of mentally ill children face many challenges as they attempt to survive each day, obtain help, and reach out for support. In his new book, author Craig Winston LeCroy, Ph.D. and...

<p>The 31st annual dinner to honor Arizona State University’s American Humanics (AH) student achievements was held on April 25 at the George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center. The...

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