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Featured experts

ASU faculty whose expertise aligns with today’s headlines.
Mark Stapp has been involved in planning, investing in, developing, and consulting on real estate for more than 30 years, with a focus on sustainable development.
Swapna Reddy specializes in U.S. health care policy and law, with a focus on the Affordable Care Act; how policy can be used to improve health care equity and access; and women’s, children’s and minority health issues.
Nancy Selover's research focuses on weather, urban heat island, microclimate, and evaporation.
Allen J. Morrison’s research focuses on multinational financial management, treasury management, financial management of the oil and gas industry
Sarah Lindstrom Johnson's research focuses on public and community health for prevenention of violent behavior.
Dustin Pardini is a national expert in firearm use and injury among young people as well as substance use. He also studies how young people develop anti-social behavior.
Ariel Anbar is a scientist interested in Earth's evolution as an inhabited world and the prospects for life beyond.
As the executive director of the Global Security Initiative, Nadya Bliss oversees efforts to address the complex, interdependent security challenges of today and beyond.
Adam Fine studies how young people form perceptions of law enforcement.
Craig Hardgrove's research focuses on thermal infrared and nuclear remote sensing of the moon and Mars. He is the principal investigator of the LunaH-Map mission, the first planetary science mission designed, built and operated by ASU.
Greg Asner is an ecologist known for his exploratory and applied research on ecosystems and climate change at regional to global scales.
Heni Ben Amor studies how humans and robots can work together in industrial, health care and other industries.

ASU in the media

Fronteras

Desert Financial Credit Union Secures Naming Rights To ASU's Activities Center

The Atlantic

The Mystery of Moon Water

Phoenix New Times

Table Scraps: How Shopping Smart Can Reduce Your Household Food Waste

East Valley Tribune

ASU in downtown Mesa: A sneak preview

The Arizona Republic

Yes, Kanye West did go to Roden Crater. What happened there is going to be a movie.

Quick facts

ASU is No. 1 in the US for innovation

For the fifth straight year, U.S. News & World Report ranks ASU No. 1 on its “Most Innovative Schools” list, ahead of Stanford and MIT. ASU again topped the list based on a survey of peers: College presidents, provosts and admissions deans around the country nominated up to 10 colleges or universities that are making the most innovative improvements.

Top 1 percent of world's most prestigious universities

ASU is in the top 1 percent of the world's most prestigious universities as ranked by Times Higher Education in the only global performance tables that measure research-intensive universities across core missions: teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international outlook.

A top producer of the world's elite scholars

ASU, Harvard, Stanford and the University of Chicago are the only four institutions in the nation with elite Rhodes, Marshall and Churchill scholarship winners. ASU’s six faculty and 15 student Fulbright scholars in the U.S. government’s flagship international exchange program are yet another testament to the breadth and excellence of the university’s programs.

Among best graduate schools in the US

ASU graduate programs place among the best in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report's 2018 “Best Graduate Schools” rankings. Twenty-one graduate programs are top 10 in the country, ranking among the best schools for law, education, business, public affairs, fine arts and others.

News from ASU

More than tuition: Trailblazing Starbucks College Achievement Plan continues to offer partners support, flexibility with ASU Online
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Heritage program enables bilingual ASU students to explore Hispanic roots, succeed academically
ASU professor says voting inequalities for Native Americans still exist nearly a century after Congress granted them citizenship