In the wake of recent mass shootings, many may feel helpless about creating change. But Arizona State University graduate student Marissa Barnathan believes that doesn’t have to be the case....Read more
A Kansas public administration professor known for her interdisciplinary approach will be the new director of Arizona State University’s School of Public Affairs , announced Watts College of...Read more
Festive shouts from families and friends reverberated throughout Desert Financial Arena on May 10 as Arizona State University conferred degrees from the Watts College of Public Service and...Read more
Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable spring 2022 graduates ....Read more
ASU’s Congressman Ed Pastor Center for Politics and Public Service bestowed its highest honor on the chief judge of the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals recently at a ceremony that also marked...Read more
Editor's note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable spring 2022 graduates .
Much of Nikhil Dholaria’s youth involved stories his parents and grandparents...Read more
Twenty years ago, Linda Walder wanted to create a lasting legacy for her son, Danny, who had been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) before his third birthday.
Danny never had...Read more
A world without technology transfer would look very different: no Gatorade, no COVID-19 vaccines, no smartphones, among other things.
Technology transfer, or moving things created in...Read more
Graduate programs at Arizona State University’s Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions are among the best in the nation, according to the latest U.S. News & World Report...Read more
Arizona State University has 13 graduate degree programs that rank in the top 10 nationwide — including one that is ranked No. 1, according to new rankings just released by U.S. News & World...Read more
All politics is local, goes the famous axiom. Arizona State University students who engage voters through the Congressman Ed Pastor Center for Politics and Public Service know the meaning of the...Read more
Arizona State University students who aspire to be in charge of a municipality can get direct experience working with actual city and town managers through a paid internship program offered...Read more
Holding two degrees from Arizona State University, today Robert Campa handles many important responsibilities as emergency manager in the Office of Emergency Management in Mesa, Arizona’s third...Read more
For most of eight decades, the Morrison family owned some of the largest tracts of real estate in Phoenix’s East Valley, totaling more than 3,000 acres.
The family’s farms within the...Read more
The turmoil in the world can feel overwhelming, but four Arizona State University students and alums have turned their faith in the power of global diplomacy into a career path by winning...Read more
Growing up in southern New Jersey, Brianna Stinsman knew she wanted to go to a large state school. However, her hometown high school had limited resources, so although she applied to five...Read more
Donald Siegel , Foundation Professor of Public Policy and Management and director of the Arizona State University School of Public Affairs , was inducted today into the newest class of American...Read more
Javid Qaem’s career path has taken him near and far, not merely geographically, but in the many ways that he has served.
A medical doctor from Afghanistan, he came to the United States to...Read more
The first two of five Watts Endowed Professors, funded from the 2018 Watts family gift to the college, have been named by the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions .
Public administration students learning urban management at Arizona State University will be able to tap into the expertise of a seasoned professional whose education-related activities will be...Read more
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The workings of government and its role in society fascinated Abdulkadir Abdi...Read more
When the small East Valley town of Guadalupe was struck particularly hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, Arizona State University joined public health entities to implement ways to curb the spread of...Read more
They may not be listening to the strains of “Hail to the Chief” just yet, but several Arizona State University School of Public Affairs students recently heard expert vote-getters describe what it...Read more
Angel Orozco is already devoted to service by being a member of the Arizona Army National Guard. He would like to continue with a career in service, and the Arizona State University student is...Read more
Arizona State University President Michael Crow honored staff and faculty members during the 2021 President’s Recognition Ceremony on Tuesday.
The annual event recognizes collaborative...Read more
Chris Herbst says that running 55 miles at a time can be so brutal that he enters a state he calls “the pain cave.”
Herbst , a faculty member at Arizona State University, is an...Read more
A civics education program engaging K–12 students as key decision-makers in the Arizona K–12 schools’ budgeting processes will be honored in October with the Arizona State University President’s...Read more
Two Arizona State University School of Public Affairs professors began work this fall in national leadership positions in prestigious research and education organizations.
Mary Feeney , a...Read more