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A professor in the School of Community Resources and Development (SCRD) who is a senior sustainability scientist at ASU’s Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute...

The killing of George Floyd by a police officer and the subsequent protests around the country have fueled a national introspection about law enforcement in America.

A professor at Arizona...

High school sports were fun, but as far as Arizona State University alumnus Andrew Hanus is concerned, participating in track, wrestling and football did not make him an athletic titan.

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In just three years’ time, the group of faculty behind the Law and Behavioral Science initiative took Arizona State University from relative obscurity in...

After Gov. Doug Ducey signed into law in 2019 a bill creating a study committee to examine ways that Arizona can battle violence against American Indian women and girls, state legislators tapped...

Arizona State University’s School of Public Affairs has climbed to No. 2 in the U.S. and No. 4 globally for research on public administration, according to the...

Does your neighborhood have a guaranteed water supply?

Is ocean desalination the future of drinking water?

Do you know what percentage of Arizona’s water comes from the Colorado...

Survivor Link , a team of Arizona State University educators, students, faculty members and community volunteers who work to...

As Americans warily begin to reengage during the COVID-19 pandemic, parents are having to weigh the risks and benefits of returning their kids to team competition. A panel of experts sponsored by...

Donald Siegel , Foundation Professor of Public Policy and Management and director of the School of Public...

An ASU student active in the Andrew Goodman Foundation (AGF) fellows program is a new member of the board of the Students Learn Students Vote (SLSV) Coalition, a national organization dedicated to...

“Defund the police” has been a popular rallying cry at recent protests across the nation.

Originated by the Black Lives Matter movement and police reform activists, the slogan was...

Many graduates of the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions during the 2019-2020 academic year stepped into history as well as their futures, as those receiving their degrees at...

ASU experts on the economy, anxiety, tourism and more share their insights in a new video series on how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting a variety of aspects of our lives.

Anxiety and...

The premature death of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer caught on video May 25 raises questions as to how a call to investigate a person suspected of forgery can end up in...

Spectator sports are among the many aspects of normal life formerly taken for granted, but missing, during the COVID-19 pandemic.

You don’t have to be a dedicated fan who has memorized...

The COVID-19 pandemic is having tough economic impacts on Arizonans, with fewer work hours as well as job losses and furloughs, according to a new poll by Arizona State University.

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First responders and essential workers who apply for graduate degree programs at Arizona State University’s Watts College of Public Service and Community...

A specialist in Christian ethics from the Union Theological Seminary in New York City will join the ASU faculty in August as the first holder of a visiting professorship in religion and public...

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of ...

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