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ASU's Future Tense Fiction to re-think future through sci-fi.
Not everybody is a fan of sci-fi. But you don’t have to speak Klingon to connect with an emotional story or ponder the future. With that in mind, Center for Science and the Imagination director Ed Finn and his colleague Joey Eschrich have come up with a way to engage a larger audience to think and talk about what might lie ahead. They call it Future Tense Fiction.
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ASU associate research professor David Williams is on the NASA team of the Dawn spacecraft that is exploring the dwarf planet Ceres, which orbits in the main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter.
His work helped pinpoint the lack of big craters on dwarf planet Ceres, which led to a new model for Ceres' evolution.
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We are gearing up for the start of the Fall Semester! Join us as we look at life at our Tempe Campus. Go Sun Devils!
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Arizona State University has been rated in the top one-half of 1 percent of institutions of higher education worldwide, according to the Center for World University Rankings.
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Researchers at Arizona State University are looking at new and different ways to curb the heat. Via AZfamily.com
Ever notice summer nights in the city can be as unbearable as the days? It’s not just you, it’s called the Urban Heat Island effect, and Phoenix has one of the worst cases in the country. Arizona S...
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ASU management professor studies why employees follow the office bully.
Office relationships are important, and new research by ASU professor Blake Ashforth has found that personal identification in the office isn’t always positive.
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ASU Law settles into new building on Downtown Phoenix campus, capping most significant move in its history; transition will be complete in time for the start of fall semester.
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Learn more about what #ASUDPC has to offer. Go Sun Devils!
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ASU’s involvement was part of a collective effort with many entrepreneurial groups across the city to recognize the work being done in Phoenix, said Ji Mi Choi, ASU’s associate vice president of entrepreneurship and innovation.
“Entrepreneurs in Phoenix are about the hustle and the chase,” said Choi.
AOL co-founder and former CEO Steve Case plans to invest $100,000 in a Valley startup as part of a bus tour.
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The $2.83M award for an electron microscope was selected for the No. 1 spot on the 2016 edition of the Phoenix Business Journal's National Science Foundation (NSF) Grants list.
Congratulations ‪#‎SunDevils‬! 👏
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Science is catching up to science fiction...
A researcher at Arizona State University has discovered how to control multiple robotic drones using the human brain.
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As of July 1st, the College of Letters and Sciences is now the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts at Arizona State University
As of July 1, 2016, we are excited to be known as ASU's College of Integrative Sciences and Arts — a name that captures well the nature of our degree programs and our collaborative approach to learning, teaching and discovery. (If you are a student majoring in our college, you'll notice that on ...
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Big public university known for its athletics programs, multiple campuses & its research facilities.- Google
"This Sun Devil MBA alum is very happy with the education I received here."
"I have never had so many problems with a Financial Aid office."
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Aravind Swami
a month ago
Here's my favorite spot in the ASU Tempe Campus: Northwest corner of S Palm Walk and E Tyler Mall. There is an hidden space enclosed by hedges, bushes, a tree or two. You can easily walk by this place, and totally miss it. Inside that enclosed space is a bench and beautiful small fountain. Excellent space to just sit and get lost in meditation. If you are lucky and find yourself there at the right time of the year, the plants around you will have beautiful flower, including some very fragrant jasmine! This is truly one of the less-known, hidden gems on the ASU campus.
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mickey young
a month ago
WORST SCHOOL EVER. SIGN UP FOR A SUMMER CLASS. HALF WAY THROUGH THE CLASS THEY WANT OVER 600 MORE DOLLARS BECAUSE THEY CHANGE MY STATUS. BIGGEST RIP OFF EVER. JUST NEED ONE CLASS OVER SUMMER AND WILL NEVER EVER ATTEND THIS ROTTEN SCHOOL AGAIN. MONEY HUNGRY JERKS. IN STATE STUDENT AND THEY UP THE PRICE OF ONE CLASS HALF WAY INTO IT. THE PEOPLE ON THE PHONE HAVE NO IDEA ABOUT ANYTHING. TWO HOURS OF BEING TRANSFERRED AROUND AND NO ONE THAT COULD ANSWER A SIMPLE QUESTION. BIGGEST WASTE OF TIME. IDIOTS ANSWERING THE PHONE WHO HAVE NO ANSWERS AND CAN NOT GET THE ANSWER. ALL THEY CAN DO IS TRANSFER YOU TO SOMEONE ELSE WHO HAS NO CLUE. THEY SHOULD BE ASHAMED OF THEMSELVES
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Mike P
2 months ago
I have had one of the worst college experiences at this school. It is one of the most unorganized campuses run by students and almost no professional workers. It is almost impossible to speak to any advisors or professional staff without having to wait at least 2 weeks for an appointment. In addition you truly are no more than a number to the faculty. They literally couldn't care less about you as an individual and even less about your success. When I notified my advisor that I would be transferring schools she acknowledged the fact and proceeded with our meeting as if she was being bothered by my presence and did not even ask why I was thinking of transferring. Contrary to what you may hear social life on campus is anything but good. On the weekends it is very common for the campus to have a ghost like feel because everyone leaves to partake in events elsewhere. Why would anybody want to be on campus when you are penalized for everything that you do. Due to the size of the campus it is very difficult to have any genuine relationships with others because due to the large size of the university it is unlikely that you will see the same people regularly. Food options are very limited to only fast food joints without any healthy options available. There is no personal feeling at this school and I cannot stress the fact that you are just a number here. I would strongly advise anyone thinking of attending this school to reconsider and think about attending somewhere that you actually matter and will be given the proper college experience.
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Dhayanesh Velusamy
a month ago
The campus is huge and has several schools offering top programs in the country. You have a bit of everything this campus, mill avenue is close by and also the Tempe lake. There gym facilities are top notch.
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Liang Mi
a month ago
Worst college have ever seen. They don't have money so all they care is money. They are selling their reputation for money. Those who "love" ASU probably are local people and haven't been in another college. I haven't seen a single person who transferred from another college and find ASU better. Students are treated as prisoners. Staffs are mean, snobby, and unprofessional. Everything you do is against the policy and each time they explain the policy differently because there are millions of policiesss and they are too stupid to figure them out. They come to ASU probably because they cannot find a job elsewhere. Professors are OK. You can always find nice professors and mean professors in any college. Students are extremely polarized. Half of them pay their tuition themselves and drive BMW; the other half live on their scholarship and have to save months to buy a new phone.
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Fahad J.
2 months ago
This campus is big. A little too big if you ask me. But darn is it a good campus. It pretty got everything you can think of. I mean, there FOUR Starbucks here! Four of them! That's how big this campus is.
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Tanya Berenson
4 months ago
This school single handedly and solely cares about the monetary gain that they will secure from you. In fact, after moving to Arizona and securing all components of residency, we have been put through the ringer. Access to personnel is impossible, personal attention is close to impossible, the financial aid office essentially operates the needs and program functions of the school. Students are hired to operate the main components of the campus. Upper management rules you and your student guilty until proven guilty. This is the worst campus, school and overall horrific problematic school I have ever seen in course history. If you have ANY options to send your child elsewhere, run for the hills! The Tempe campus especially is super disorganized, rudely run by students and low ranking seasonal staff, the only division that is somewhat of any caliber of quality is the Fullton School of Business, however I have been told by my child that if you are not on Riddilen, Cocaine, drugs and supplement those with high octane coffee and Red Bull with nominal sleep you will unlikely pass any classes. Lastly, most of the students are foreign and they pre-pay for 4 years at a time for both preferential treatment and student Visa purposes, you are simply a number that owes them money. Horrible school, I have friends at with children at all types of schools, this one is a huge and amazing #SchoolFail!!
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Kevin Brown
2 months ago
This Sun Devil MBA alum is very happy with the education I received here. The campus is in a constant state of updating, it's amazing how much everything has changed even in a short period of time. Fork 'em!