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A team approach to scientific research can lead to groundbreaking results. It can also end with colleagues never working together again.

A new book by ASU Public Affairs Professor Barry...Read more

Jobs will change but people are in control, Johnson tells State of Our State ConferenceRead more

Joanna Lucio has been named associate dean of academic affairs for the Arizona State University College of Public Service and Community Solutions. Lucio is an associate professor in the School of...Read more

It started with a headline: “We asked six political scientists if Bernie Sanders would have a shot at the general election.”

Samara Klar, a political scientist who studies electoral...Read more

The Volcker Alliance unveiled their new report: "Truth and Integrity in State Budgeting" at a press conference on November 2.

Dan Hunting of ASU's Morrison Institute...Read more

Frustrating. Exhausting. Rewarding. Those were the range of emotions Scott Somers experienced during his 21 days as a member of a Phoenix rescue team dispatched by the Federal Emergency Management...Read more

Arizona State University opened its first permanent location in China this week as part of a partnership to offer degrees in tourism.

ASU now has a building on the campus of Hainan...Read more

Ramona Denby-Brinson is a professor and associate dean of research for the College of Public Service and Community Solutions. She’s leading an effort to expand research efforts within the college...Read more

Becca McCarthy entered the Cyber 9/12 Student Challenge because she wanted to gain more experience with policy outside of her classes. She got that and more.

“It was an incredibly eye-...Read more

Salvador Ortega is an ASU Online student with Arizona State University's College of Public Service and Community Solutions who lives in Franklin, Tennessee. But that didn’t stop him from joining...Read more

Federica Fusi will give a 10-minute presentation on her work to deans and school directors who could potentially hire her after graduation.Read more

American Cities and the Politics of Party Conventions is available from SUNY Press.Read more

Donald Siegel is the new director of the School of Public Affairs in the College of Public Service and Community Solutions at Arizona State University. He replaces Karen Mossberger, who remains a...Read more

Karen Mossberger plans to write a couple of books and resume research projects that had been put on hold while she served as director...Read more

A former ambassador to NATO, he will work with both sides of urgent, deadly conflictRead more

Arizona State University’s School of Public Affairs has been ranked no. 5 in the U.S. and no.13 in the world for research in public administration, according to the recently released...Read more

Researchers launch campaign to publicize best practices in 'green purchases'Read more
The ASU School of Public Affairs sponsored five MPA candidates to attend the 2nd annual event.Read more
MPA graduate Jiaqi Li traveled to D.C. for the national meeting.Read more
Congratulations on our faculty promotions, retirements and welcome to our new faculty.Read more

Aristotle Jefferson Aquinde always dreamed of being the first one in his family to earn a college degree, but had serious doubts about his goal. Then he started to work for Starbucks. He enrolled...Read more

The School of Public Affairs is proud to announce the publication of Dr. Ethan B. Kapstein's new book. He is the Senior Director for Research and Decision Analysis at ASU’s McCain Institute and...Read more

Arizona State University researchers are working to enhance the public value outcomes of conservation science research. Leah Gerber, a professor in the School of Life Sciences , will work with...Read more

Dorian Sanchez Ruiz is graduating with a master's in public administration.Read more

If there’s a checklist for a career in public service, Blaise Caudill has all the boxes marked with three asterisks next to his name.

Caudill is an exemplary graduate student with a 4.0...Read more

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2017 commencement. See more graduates here .

If there’s a checklist for...Read more

Master of Public Administration student Kristen Ayers was nominated for an Outstanding Achievement and Contribution Student Award, given annually by the ASU Commission on the Status of Women (CSW...Read more

News and accomplishments from the School of Public AffairsRead more

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