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ASU’s Salute to Service to honor Vietnam era veterans

October 31, 2017 Over 20 public events scheduled across Phoenix metro campuses Nov. 1-12, including Salute to Service football game flyover by two U.S. Navy F-18 Super Hornet jet fighters.

“Everything Will Be Different”: Phoenix as a city of the future

October 9, 2017 CEOs for Cities will explore metro Phoenix as a living laboratory for experimentation, reinvention and continuous change.

Maximize student financial aid: Apply before ASU’s priority deadline

October 4, 2017 U.S. high school graduates left more than $2.9 billion in free federal grant money on the table in 2013-2014 according to an analysis by NerdWallet. Their mistake? Not completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

IT Awareness Day: ASU, Cisco team up to fill 17,000 Arizona jobs

September 12, 2017 Arizona State University in partnership with Cisco will sponsor an IT Awareness Day Thursday, Sept. 14, from 1 – 7 p.m. inside the Tempe Campus Memorial Union, to provide insight into the more than 17,000 open information technology jobs in Arizona.

Not an old press release: ASU ranked no. 1 in innovation again

September 12, 2017 For the third year in a row, Arizona State University tops the list of “most innovative schools” in the nation, recognizing the university’s ground-breaking initiatives, partnerships, programs and research.

AZLoop keeps pace, but doesn’t race, with top contenders in international competition to create the future of transportation

August 27, 2017 After spending thousands of hours and many sleepless nights building a high-speed pod, an Arizona State University-led team of some 100 college students from across Arizona placed among the top eight contenders in the SpaceX Hyperloop II Pod Competition today.

AZLoop heads to SpaceX Hyperloop competition Sunday

August 23, 2017 Lynne Nethken, whose college career went through a couple of false starts, is now an engineering grad student at Arizona State University and will be there in Hawthone urging on the team she’s been leading for the past year.

Arizona State University and Amazon bring first-of-its-kind voice technology program to university classrooms and campus

August 17, 2017 ASU-specific skill for Alexa, a voice-enabled dorm, student skills developers, and voice application development courses included in the program.

ASU announces international tech leader as new chief information officer

August 7, 2017 Arizona State University (ASU) has selected Lev Gonick, Ph.D., an internationally recognized leader in innovative technology strategies and solutions, to serve as chief information officer (CIO) starting Nov. 1.

Arizona State University’s photovoltaics program earns six Energy Department SunShot Awards

July 17, 2017 Arizona State University has earned six prestigious U.S. Department of Energy SunShot Awards, totaling $4.3 million, ranking it first among recipients in the Photovoltaics Research category for 2017.