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October 7, 2018

Author to discuss rise of Detroit at ASU event

Through her book, "Beautiful Wasteland: The Rise of Detroit as America’s Postindustrial Frontier," author Rebecca J. Kinney explores the transformation of Detroit’s perception in the public...
October 7, 2018

Author to discuss nuances of Detroit’s rise at ASU event

Through her book, "Beautiful Wasteland: The Rise of Detroit as America’s Postindustrial Frontier," author Rebecca J. Kinney explores the transformation of Detroit’s perception in the public...
September 26, 2018

ASU completes $38 million in facilities upgrades during summer 2018

Arizona State University Facilities Development and Management were busy in summer 2018, opening several new buildings and completing multiple facilities upgrades. Facilities Development and...
May 22, 2018

New certificate offers innovative approach to challenges in health

A human is more than bones, muscles, neurons and DNA: ASU to offer new Health Humanities Certificate, encouraging interdisciplinary and culturally-responsive study of health and wellbeing.
April 22, 2018

ASU scholars save priceless manuscripts from obscurity

In 2015, an ASU-led group of scholars visiting a monastery in Germany was unexpectedly granted entrée to its usually off-limits library. Inside was a treasure trove of previously unknown texts dating...
April 10, 2018

ASU fellows rethink health and well-being

A group of interdisciplinary ASU scholars are conducting research to challenge and explore our notions of health through the Institute for Humanities Research’s Fellows Program. Their research...
February 13, 2018

ASU scholars preserve Phoenix history

Researchers from across Arizona State University are coming together to analyze, preserve and revitalize historic materials found during the renovation of Park Central Mall in midtown Phoenix. The...
November 6, 2017

Are humans 'out of time'?

Questions about the nature of time and space and how they relate to mankind and the Earth have confounded some of the greatest minds over the years. Now, ASU Associate Professor Ronald Broglio thinks...
October 17, 2017

Counting the dead

So unusual was the 1918 influenza that its symptoms were often misdiagnosed. This particular strain of flu virus took its deadliest toll on young adults who were previously healthy, and it claimed an...
October 3, 2017

ASU professor sheds new light on citizenship

ASU professor Charles T. Lee questions our approaches to citizenship and eliciting change in our current democratic system.

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