Events & News


The growing debate over America’s lethal use of remotely piloted vehicles will be the focus of ASU's next McCain Institute Debate and Decision Series.
Eddie F. Brown, executive director of ASU's American Indian Policy Institute, has been appointed by as a member of a new task force to examine the impact of exposure to violence on American Indian and Alaska Native children.
Twelve international journalists are visiting the Cronkite School at ASU as part of the U.S. State Department’s prestigious Edward R. Murrow Program for Journalists.
Professor Robert J. Miller, a faculty member of the Indian Legal Program, recently spoke at a poverty law conference at American University Washington College of Law.
ASU and the National Academies are set to co-produce and co-publish the quarterly magazine Issues in Science and Technology with the goal of bringing more focus to the important issues of science policy.
Sun Devils have a new opportunity to gain experience in foreign affairs and public policy through the McCain Institute for International Leadership's Policy Design Studio program.
Kenneth Abbott, Jack E. Brown Professor of Law, recently gave the opening presentation at a workshop sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations in Washington, D.C.
ASU’s College of Health Solutions and College of Nursing & Health Innovation continue to grow by adding new faculty at the top of their fields and acknowledging recognition from leading industry organizations.
ASU law professor Joel Garreau was featured on C-SPAN in a segment titled “Life Expectancy Rate and Impact on Married Couples.”