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.
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
EDITORS NOTE: The purpose behind this story is to highlight innovative teaching methods that make a difference in the classroom. The instructor of this course, Erik Johnston, was given the 2015...Read more
Arizona State University’s education and public affairs graduate programs broke into the top 15 and joined the university’s law school and fine arts program in jumping to higher spots in the...Read more
On Saturday, February 27, the School of Public Affairs served as the Southwestern host for the 2016 NASPAA Student Simulation Competition . This is the second year that NASPAA has organized and...Read more
Beginning in mid-June, Arizona State University will host 50 of Africa’s brightest emerging leaders for six-week academic and leadership institutes sponsored by the U.S. Department of State....Read more
Shawn Novak is an associate clinical professor in the School of Public Affairs, part of the College of Public Service and Community Solutions at Arizona State University. In this podcast, Shawn...Read more
Join the nation’s premier graduate program in urban management leadership—a selective fellowship combining an MPA with a two-year management internship. Applications due Feb. 22.
Some of...Read more
Remember for whom you work when you enter a career in public service. That was the theme of a talk given by former Senator Jon Kyl to students on Arizona State University’s Downtown Phoenix campus...Read more
Arizona’s newest lawmaker is a social work and community advocate from Tempe and a graduate of the College of Public Service and Community Solutions. Celest Plumlee was appointed by the Maricopa...Read more
A participatory democracy is different than a representative democracy in that citizens are directly involved in the political decisions and policies that affect them.
“It really shows how...Read more
More than 250 graduates will walk across the stage this fall as part of Arizona State University's College of Public Service and Community Solutions fall convocation. Among them are four women who...Read more
On December 3 ten ASU students completed semester long internships with various Maricopa County, Arizona governmental agencies as part of the MCLEAPS Internship Program (Maricopa County Leadership...Read more
With involvement in a variety of areas, Leonor Camarena exemplifies the interdisciplinary spirit of ASU.
As part of her Barrett thesis, Camarena addressed issues of inequality in the ROTC...Read more
On December 3-5, 2015 the Participatory Governance Initiative of Arizona State University (ASU) hosted the 4th International Conference "By the People": Participatory democracy, civic...Read more
David Swindell, associate professor and director of the Center for Urban Innovation, was awarded the NASPAA Public Service Matters Spotlight Award at the annual conference last week. The award...Read more
The School of Public Affairs is honored to be a regional host for NASPAA’s Second Annual Student Simulation Competition. On Saturday, February 27 graduate students from NASPAA schools across the...Read more
ASU’s School of Public Affairs is part of a unique partnership that blends research and innovative practice for local government management.
The School of Public Affairs and its Center for...Read more
Arizona State University students Andrew Sypher and Zachary McCutcheon traveled to Harvard University last week as part of a national effort fostering youth political engagement. They joined...Read more
Couple endow directorship for first program to integrate civilian and military leadership training for service-oriented undergraduates
Arizona State University President...Read more
As the climate in the Southwest becomes hotter and drier, water will become an ever more precious resource, demanded by people with competing interests.
Ranchers and farmers could see...Read more
It’s the first day of classes at Arizona State University. You are a first-year professor. Your goal: to be that valued instructor who meets each individual’s needs.
No small challenge for...Read more
“You are a part of the solution.”
That was the message from College of Public Service and Community Solutions dean Jonathan Koppell who welcomed new freshmen to the college at a ceremony...Read more