Arizona State University's presence in Washington, D.C. amplifies our institutional voice in national conversations
Why Washington D.C.?
Having a presence in Washington, D.C. generates attention and interest about Arizona State University on an international platform. It spurs national engagements and partnerships for ASU, provides important and one-of-kind learning, teaching and research opportunities for students and faculty members, facilitates ASU’s participation in high-level idea exchanges, and expands the reach of groundbreaking research efforts. Scroll down to learn more about why ASU is in Washington, D.C.
Resource for policymakers
ASU delivers expertise and cutting-edge ideas to national leaders and policy groups. The Office of Government and Community Engagement represents ASU at the federal level and serves as the primary contact for Arizona’s Congressional delegation in Washington, D.C., as well as local district offices in Arizona.
Optimize innovative partnerships
Our partnerships with think tanks, federal research agencies, policy councils, nonprofit organizations, national associations and other colleges and universities comprise a focused effort to address society’s most pressing challenges related to education, health, economic development, the environment, social justice and many other global issues.
D.C. as a platform to reach the world
Washington, D.C. is an international hub for key decision-making. Having a local presence there empowers ASU to bring its academic and discovery strengths to bear on the creation and application of new, transformative knowledge.