New College faculty awarded ASU-Mayo seed grant

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Welcome to the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Together we build frontrunners no matter where they start the race.

Bringing together the best of both a small-college experience – with its close personal
relationships –and a top-tier research university – with its cutting-edge research faculty –
ASU’s New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences located at the beautiful West campus is nationally unique. Working across old disciplinary boundaries, our faculty produce innovative research, not just report on it. We take our students with us on this fascinating journey, which provides extraordinary opportunities for growth and exciting ways to shape your future.

Building a Better You

Building a Better You

Engage inside and outside the classroom in
creative and exciting ways, all with the goal
of helping you achieve your career goals.

Student faculty research is at the core of New College

Student and Faculty Collaboration

Our students have the opportunity to take
part in high-quality, high-impact research
experiences.

ASU New College summer sessions

Summer Sessions 2015

Get ahead in your degree program!
Enroll in New College summer courses today! Both undergraduate and graduate available.

New College is the place.

At New College, you’ll encounter professors you know while crossing campus. Even better? They will know you.
Our award winning faculty are shaping their fields and our students are working right alongside them.

Events

How Did We Get Here?: Peter Wyer and AJ Sabatini

UK-based composer-musician Pete Wyer and talking-verbal art performer, AJ Sabatini will present a workshop-performance about time passing, or passing time, and their journeys through music, ideas, words and song. “How Did We Get Here?” is a reflective cabaret on friendship and lives in music and the arts. With guitar and keyboard improvisations, images, texts, skits and voices, Wyer and Sabatini take on funny, dark, inventive moments and consider how they shape us and raise more questions than can ever be answered.