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<p>Faculty members from ASU’s School of Letters &amp; Sciences will discuss women, war, violence, religion and politics during its first community lecture series at the Downtown Phoenix...

Maricopa County has experienced remarkable population growth for decades, and will continue to do so. But while expanding metro areas tend to pay close attention to physical infrastructure—...

<p>For a mind-boggling experience, go to <a href=" http://edsitement.neh.gov">http://edsitement.neh.gov...

<p>Dr. Timothy Tyrrell, tourism professor at ASU’s College of Public Programs and Director of the Megapolitan Tourism Research Center at the Downtown Phoenix campus, recently spoke about...

<p>A group of six students at Arizona State University’s College of Public Programs are using new media in unique and creative ways to recruit students.</p> <p>The students are...

<p>The ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation graduated its second Public Allies Arizona class June 25 at the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix.</p><p>...

<p>The bulky, 1970s-era phones stacked in a corner of Edwin Gonzalez-Santin’s office remind him how far he’s come. Back when the phones were new, he taught courses via conference calls to...

<p>ASU’s College of Public Programs now offers a live webcam that shows a “dean’s-eye view” of construction at the Downtown Civic Space Park from the sixth floor of the college, located next...

<p>Three ASU American Humanics (AH) students have been awarded Next Generation Nonprofit Leaders Program (NextGen) scholarships.</p><p>Jessica Brzuskiewicz, Korbi Adams and Megan...

<p>The Lodestar Foundation, an organization dedicated to maximizing the growth and impact of philanthropy by efficiently and effectively leveraging philanthropic resources, announced the...

<p>The first Lattie and Elva Coor Presidential Chair has been awarded to School of Public Affairs Director Robert B. Denhardt, providing a $1 million endowment to develop scholarship and...

<p>Brent Brown was an ASU visionary who will long be remembered for his dedication to students, the university and public service. <br />Brown passed away Saturday, May 24, after a...

<p>Jeremy Brooks is among the first to say it. </p><p>The two-letter word eases out of the junior’s lips and bounces around the packed classroom, gaining momentum until it’s...

<p>Mayra Baquera is taking a huge step on her path to managing a city.</p><p>After receiving her master’s degree in public administration from the School of Public Affairs from...

<p>Two out of three Americans are expected to live in just 20 “megapolitan” areas in about 30 years, and one of these megapolitans – the Sun Corridor – is in Arizona. </p><p>...

<p class="MsoNormal">Andrew Carnegie once said, “It is more difficult to give money away intelligently than it is to earn it in the first place.” Students enrolled in Philanthropy: Theory...

<p>In its ongoing efforts to reduce health disparities among racial and ethnic minorities, the Southwest Interdisciplinary Research Center is gearing up for its sixth annual research...

<p>Two Arizona State University colleges are teaming to offer a pair of new graduate degrees for students interested in the fields of recreation, tourism, non-profit management, and...

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