Student achievements

Our students are achieving great accomplishments -- even before they graduate. Whether it is through assisting with faculty research, working in internships with our more than 800 community partners or serving on independent teams, they are taking on challenges and implementing innovative solutions. We don't just teach public service, we do it. 

Uplifting the community is a powerful way of giving back. On April 16, Arizona State University students will be celebrating Global Youth Service Day by giving back to the Phoenix community.
When a group of students learned that one in five Arizonans, or approximately 1.16 million people experience food insecurity, they took on the challenge to make a difference.

The titles of the research projects read as if they are from a professor's resume. But this was research conducted by undergraduate stud

Following in his brothers’ footsteps, Isaac Hernandez knew from a young age he wanted to join the U.S. Army and major in criminal justice.

First Friday attracts thousands of people to Roosevelt Row in downtown Phoenix each month. Many people come for the art, atmosphere, music and food. ASU students Morgan Maxwell and Omar Smailbegovic came for a different reason.
The fast-growing graduate program in emergency management and homeland security prepares students to assume positions of leadership in emergencies and teaches them how to apply this knowledge in the real-world while they’re still in school.
Frank Smith in the School of Public Affairs has been awarded a prestigious Truman Scholarship.
The future of public transportation in the greater Phoenix area could undergo some changes in the near future, and a group of Arizona State University graduate students appreciate the opportunity to assist.
Jordan Bates, a graduate research associate in the Center for Policy Informatics, was part of the winning team at September’s Hacks 4 Humanity event co-hosted by ASU Project Humanities and EqualityTV
More than two million people hiked, biked, camped or fished at one of the 10 regional Maricopa County parks last year. How much are people willing to pay to access the parks?