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Professors from the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Arizona State University joined other scholars, criminal justice researchers and law enforcement leaders for a session in...

If it's late March and you hear cheers and boos coming from Stuart Rice's office, don't be too alarmed.

Odds are that the Arizona State University graduate student and EdPlus creative...

Editor's note: Opening week continued at the Ambassador Barbara Barrett & Justice Sandra Day O’Connor Washington Center at ASU. Find the current day's blog...

What roles do risk and social media play in the desire of Americans to travel to Cuba? A great deal, said Evan Jordan, an assistant professor of tourism in the School of Community Resources and Development.

Many universities have a presence in Washington, D.C.: a lobbyist, an internship coordinator, or a few folks who hand out swag and try to wrangle money out of federal agencies.

But Arizona...

The task? Stop an infectious disease from spreading throughout a four-country fictitious world. And do so in limited time with teammates you’ve just met. Welcome to the 2018 NASPAA-Batten Student...

The School of Social Work hosted the debut of a new video to promote social work careers with the Department of Child Safety (DCS). On hand at the Westward Ho were dozens of social work students...

Students and professionals who attended the second annual Southwest Parks And Recreation Kick-off Symposium did more than just listen...

A little rain can't hold back Arizona State University's brightest.

The 32nd annual ASU Day at the Capitol, hosted by the College of Public Service and Community Solutions, invited elected...

A leading criminology association recognized the work of two Arizona State University criminology professors and the research of an ASU doctoral student.

Professor Michael White was...

After the life-altering difficulties they faced in their home countries, refugees who come to America can feel overwhelmed trying to integrate into their new communities.

Becoming...

Why don’t things work? That question has driven Barry Bozeman during a lifetime of inquiry into such diverse topics as why red tape mucks up government, how gender affects scientific collaboration...

The Downtown Phoenix campus continued this year's Open Door series on Friday, welcoming visitors — who mingled with the Phoenix First Friday art and music crowd — for a peek inside Arizona State...

Thirty doctoral students from the College of Public Service and Community Solutions presented research to peers and professors at a student research conference held at the ASU downtown Phoenix student center.

Cape Town, South Africa is hurtling towards a water apocalypse with “Day Zero” — when authorities will turn off the taps — pegged for the first half of April.

The crisis, which has placed...

A new book co-authored by criminology professor Rick Trinkner sheds light on how the use of authority by parents, teachers and law enforcement affects how kids respond later on in life. Why...

A Los Angeles man gets into an online gaming dispute over a $1.50 wager and retaliates by sending a SWAT team to his opponent’s home. That address turns out to be fake and police end up at a...

Social Work professor Craig LeCroy will be bestowed the honor of Fellow by the American Academy of Social Work and Social Welfare at the 2018 Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and...

Social Work professor Flavio Marsiglia will embark for Spain later this semester as a Fulbright Scholar. After teaching a graduate research methods seminar for years at the University of Seville...

Arizona State University welcomed the first cohort of its new executive master of public administration program last week, bringing together a diverse group of emerging public service leaders....

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