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Arizona energy providers and state universities join forces to pursue a carbon-neutral economy

May 12, 2022 The unique coalition aims to develop a clean hydrogen ecosystem to help cut carbon dioxide emissions in the state.

ASU Thunderbird School celebrates grand opening of global headquarters

April 29, 2022 The Thunderbird School of Global Management at ASU celebrated the grand opening of its new state-of-the-art global headquarters in downtown Phoenix. During the event, Thunderbird unveiled the official name of the building as the F. Francis & Dionne Najafi Global Headquarters, named after Thunderbird alumni F. Francis and Dionne Najafi in recognition of their generous support of global education.

ASU statement on free speech on campus

April 11, 2022 As a public university, ASU adheres to the First Amendment and strives to ensure the fullest degree of intellectual freedom and free expression.

John Thompson named ASUPD assistant chief following national search

March 14, 2022 The ASU Police Department is pleased to announce the appointment of Commander John Thompson to the role of Assistant Chief.

Tip from student leads to recovery of explosive materials

March 1, 2022 The ASU Police Department received information on Feb. 28 from a concerned student that another student might be building explosives in his Palo Verde East residence hall.

Chris Howard, president of Robert Morris University, joins ASU Enterprise leadership

January 4, 2022 Dr. Chris Howard, president of Robert Morris University and a national expert in higher education policy, will join Arizona State University as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the ASU Enterprise.

The U.S. Senate confirms ASU professor Maria Rosario Jackson as the 13th chair of the National Endowment for the Arts

December 20, 2021 Maria Rosario Jackson is the first African American and Mexican American to lead the National Endowment for the Arts.

Arrest Made in Connection to Criminal Damage at Hayden Library

December 10, 2021 ASU Police officers have made an arrest in connection to the reported criminal damage in the Hayden Library interfaith reflection rooms.

Wellness Check Turns into Interstate Effort to Assist Elderly Couple in Need

November 22, 2021 ASU Police Officers performed a wellness check Sunday November 21, 2021, on an elderly couple showing signs of confusion in the LDS parking lot at the Polytechnic campus.

Arizona State University names Cheryl Boone Isaacs as Founding Director of the Sidney Poitier New American Film School

November 16, 2021 Arizona State University has added another well-known name to its newly established film school. Highly respected American film marketing and public relations executive Cheryl Boone Isaacs will lead The Sidney Poitier New American Film School.