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Arizona State University's School of Public Affairs is helping the city of Phoenix improve its impact on the environment by suggesting ways to make better eco-friendly purchasing decisions....Read more

The School of Public Affairs is helping the city of Phoenix improve its impact on the environment by suggesting ways to make better eco-friendly purchasing decisions.

A half-dozen...Read more

Imagine New York without cabs or Beijing without bikes. Imagine city neighborhoods without roads or buses. Now imagine ordering a T-shirt online and having it delivered via flying drone.

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A collaboration between two students in the School of Public Affairs won the best paper award at the College of Public Service and Community Solutions Second Doctoral Conference.

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Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2016 commencement. See more graduates here .

Dominic Santiago Luna says that the greatest lesson his parents taught him was to...Read more

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2016 commencement. See more graduates here .

Dominic Santiago Luna says that the greatest lesson...Read more

In 2015, the Volcker Alliance conducted an evaluation of three state’s budgeting practices. Now that work is going nationwide and Arizona State University’s Center for Urban Innovation is one of...Read more

In 2015, the Volcker Alliance conducted an evaluation of three state’s budgeting practices. Now that work is going nationwide and Arizona State University’s Center for Urban Innovation is one of...Read more

The Fall semester was full of accomplishments and highlights for our faculty and students. Here's a glimpse at what we're celebrating this semester.Read more

Dominic Papa, representing The Institute for Digital Progress, the nonprofit smart city solutions partner to the City of Phoenix at this international conference, highlighted the exciting smart...Read more

The city of Phoenix recently paid $14,000 to renew its membership in the Local Government Research Collaborative, which unites research, innovation and solutions to help solve local government...Read more

The No. 1 ranked university for innovation by U.S. News and World Report is now offering an Executive Master of Public Administration degree that features a Washington, D.C. component. It’s...Read more

Betrayal and Conquer, An American Story of Courage and Resilience

Monday December 5, 2015

12:00 pm

UCENT 480A

411 North Central Avenue

The School of Public...Read more

The No. 1 ranked university for innovation by U.S. News and World Report is now offering an Executive Master of Public Administration degree that features a Washington, D.C. component. It’s...Read more

From research on local government to global carbon emissions, ASU’s School of Public Affairs was well represented by faculty and students at the 38th annual fall research conference of the...Read more

The ASU School of Public Affairs congratulates our school director and a board member of our Alliance for Innovation partnership on their recent election as new fellows of the National Academy of...Read more

Brooke Wheeler (‘16) was an intern with the Maricopa County Treasurer’s Office as part of the Maricopa County Leadership and Education Advancing Public Service program where she designed and implemented a records management program that resulted in a savings.Read more
This is the first of a three-part series examining the work that ASU is doing in the realm of water as a resource in the arid West. We’ll explore solutions, but first we look at the current situation and how we got here.Read more

The Federal Aviation Administration released new rules regulating commercial drone use last week. Though many of these rules don't apply to the general drone hobbyist, they show a way forward for...Read more

As an Arizona native with nostalgic ties to Arizona State University, alumna Jovanna Anzaldua has a long family history at the university. She remembers exploring the campus as a child when her...Read more

The same month that Andrew Hanus finished serving six years in the U.S. Air Force, he began his undergraduate degree program at Arizona State University. By the following year, the 26-year-old was...Read more

Kevin Desouza, Foundation Professor in the School of Public Affairs shares findings from the #IdeasToRetire project: that government is stymied by outmoded ideas and can do better.Read more

Arizona State University alumnus Andrew F. Ortiz is a recipient of the prestigious 2016 Ellis Island Medal of Honor . The Ellis Island Medals of Honor are awarded to individuals who assist the...Read more

First Friday attracts thousands of people to Roosevelt Row in downtown Phoenix each month. Many people come for the art, atmosphere, music and food. ASU students Morgan Maxwell and Omar...Read more

Forbes magazine named Anna Maria Chavez one of the world’s 50 greatest leaders for 2016 for transforming the world and inspiring others to do the same. The CEO of the Girl Scouts of the USA shares...Read more

Mahalia Newmark says the strong women in her life inspired a paper that won the Vine Deloria Jr. Student Paper Competition at the Western Social Sciences Association Conference in April.

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Helping others is a quality that resonates in Imelda Ojeda.

That’s why she chose to pursue dual master’s degrees in public administration and social work in Arizona State University's...Read more

Fourteen current students, faculty and alumni from the ASU School of Public Affairs presented their research at the annual American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) conference.Read more

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