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Education of Student-Athletes a Hot Topic at Panel Discussion
For all the heightened chatter this year about whether college student-athletes should be paid, Dr. Kenneth Shropshire suggests that making their education a priority is more important than a microscopic focus on financial compensation.
March 18, 2018
Arizona Professor Put on Leave Amid Misconduct Allegations
PHOENIX — An Arizona State University physics professor, known for his work with scientific exploration and the Doomsday Clock, has been suspended from his university job following allegations of sexual misconduct, the university said in a statement Wednesday. Professor Lawrence Krauss was put on paid leave pending a review of allegations first reported by Buzzfeed last […]
March 8, 2018
Arizona’s James a Pioneer in Inclusion Initiatives
Dr. Stanlie James began her career as an innovative scholar of Black feminism and international human rights.
February 11, 2018
Arizona State Unveils Tillman Statue at Sun Devil Stadium
TEMPE, Ariz. — The walls around Sun Devil Stadium and the new football complex are lined with photos of Pat Tillman. Images of the former player and Army Ranger can be found across the campus and around town, too. Now there’s a bronze likeness of perhaps the greatest Sun Devil in school history. Arizona State […]
August 31, 2017
Fight Flares in Arizona Over Tuition for Young Immigrants
PHOENIX — A former Arizona lawmaker known as the driving force behind most of the state’s toughest immigration laws is moving to challenge the university system for temporarily allowing young immigrants protected from deportation to keep paying lower-cost in-state tuition. It comes after a court ruled that students in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, […]
July 13, 2017
Arizona State Officers’ Patches to Support Sexual Assault Survivors
TEMPE, Ariz. — Arizona State University police officers will wear their support for sexual assault survivors on their uniforms’ sleeves for the next month. The ASU Police Department says its officers during April will wear special teal-colored “ASU Police” patches on their uniforms. The special patch is the same as the regular patch except for […]
March 28, 2017
Arizona State Aggressively Opening Doors for First-generation Students
American Dream Academy, an Arizona State University program, works directly with high schools and parents to ensure that first-generation students are admitted to college.
September 18, 2016
Armed Students and Control of the Classroom
Teaching armed students completely changes the dynamics of a classroom and it will alter what you teach and how you teach it. How do I know? Because I’ve done it.
April 26, 2016
Athletic Directors Embrace Student-Athlete Activism
Several athletic directors at the IMG Intercollegiate Athletics Forum said they saw a threatened protest by the University of Missouri football team as an example of the positive power of sports.
December 10, 2015
Diverse Conversations: Do Full-ride Scholarships Really Increase College Diversity?
Finances are certainly an obstacle when it comes to creating diverse college campuses but it is not the only issue.
November 18, 2015
STEM Initiative to Focus on Minority Women, Girls
Consortium of 10 colleges and universities and nine nonprofit organizations has launched a national initiative to scale effective evidence-based strategies to improve STEM diversity.
October 4, 2015
Presidents: Outcomes Promising for Underprivileged at Elite Institutions
One part of a panel discussion at The New York Times Schools for Tomorrow conference touched on data that indicates that underprivileged students are more likely to graduate when enrolled at elite institutions as compared to less-selective institutions.
September 17, 2015
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