When Arthur Morales enrolled in ASU’s New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, he was already a published poet.
This May, Joe Frankl will complete his bachelor's degree in psychology from ASU's New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, where he learned to design, execute and report his research on
Students entering grades six through 10 are invited to participate in workshops designed to introduce them to the fields of forensic science, computer programming, psychology, game design, public s
ASU alumna Judy Lynn has established a scholarship fund to honor her late huband, Ed, and support students pursuing a master's degree in communication studies.
The ASU Sun Devil Family Association honored Stephen Wirkus for his lifelong commitment to mathematics and his ability to inspire students to become innovative and successful in often-difficult cla
ASU's Communication Assessment Learning Lab has become one of only eight communication labs to be a nationally certified mentoring program as identified by the National Association of Communication
The Southwest Electronic Music Events Festival, April 9-11, features live performances, screenings and discussions about the history and current trends in electronic and computer music.
Hochschild will discuss the ideas in her latest book,"The Outsourced Self: Intimate Life in Market Times," during an April 23 presentation.
Telescope viewing of the moon and Jupiter will be the main attraction as the annual Astronomy Open House returns to ASU's West campus, April 18.
Students who have taken or are taking any class through ASU's New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences during the current academic year are encouraged to submit entries for the inaugural