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Arizona State University Statement on Gov. Ducey’s Executive Order Regarding COVID-19 Vaccines for Students

June 15, 2021 Arizona State University will comply with Gov. Ducey’s Executive Order issued today and will communicate changes in protocols to the university community.

Arizona State University Outpaces Ambitious Graduation Goals as Part of National Coalition of Innovative Universities

June 7, 2021 University Innovation Alliance founding members, including ASU, exceed graduation targets with over 73,000 additional grads

Mayo Clinic and ASU MedTech Accelerator Boosts Health Startups

March 29, 2021 The Mayo Clinic and ASU MedTech Accelerator, a flagship program of the Mayo Clinic and ASU Alliance for Health Care, was designed to help empower medical startups to better navigate challenges while bringing forth life-changing health innovations. The second cohort of this program is set to launch March 30, 2021.

A message from ASU President Michael M. Crow on recent violence against Asian American communities

March 19, 2021 Our Asian American and Pacific Islander communities have often suffered an unjust history in our country. It is a history of abuse and violation of constitutional and human rights, and it is an indicator of the deep failings that we have in our history and our fundamental weakness: We lack a full understanding of what equal means.

Statement: Latest update to the ASU and Klein story

March 5, 2021 Arizona State University and Rae’Lee Klein have agreed to settle a dispute that led her to sue the Arizona Board of Regents, ASU, the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication and interim Dean Kristin Gilger.

8,000 AZ Teachers Helped by Arizona Virtual Teacher Institute

March 3, 2021 Free professional development for teachers will pay dividends during and after the pandemic.

Researchers Find Broad Impacts from Political Polarization

February 15, 2021 Political polarization is having far-reaching impacts on American life, harming consumer welfare and creating challenges for people ranging from elected officials and policymakers to corporate executives and marketers.

ASU Climbs in National Research Rankings

February 8, 2021 Building on nearly two decades of unparalleled advancement, Arizona State University moved up to sixth out of 759 universities in the nation for total research expenditures among universities without a medical school, according to the latest National Science Foundation (NSF) Higher Education Research and Development (HERD) rankings.

Arizona State University Names New American Film School After Legendary Actor and Filmmaker Sidney Poitier

January 25, 2021 One of the largest, most egalitarian film schools in the country will operate in three cities across Arizona and California

Statement on passing of ASU Police Officer Joseph Montgomery

January 14, 2021 The Arizona State University Police Department extends its deepest sympathy to the family of Officer Joseph Montgomery, who passed away following an off-duty motorcycle accident in Tempe on Jan. 14.

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