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The evolution of the U.S.-China relationship requires a deeper understanding between the two nations – particularly a greater awareness of histories and cultures. That’s something Arizona State...Read more

Modern cell phones automatically track their battery temperatures – providing a data source with potential as vast as the number of cell phone users. Cell phone batteries become warmer when the...Read more

Modern cell phones automatically track their battery temperatures – providing a data source with potential as vast as the number of cell phone users. Cell phone batteries become warmer when the...Read more

Almost 20 years ago, Julie* underwent a radical transformation away from the life she had known since she was 17. That was when she followed her mother down a path of drug addiction and...Read more

Almost 20 years ago, Julie* underwent a radical transformation away from the life she had known since she was 17. That was when she followed her mother down a path of drug addiction and...Read more

Editor's Note: This story is part of an ongoing series about student excellence at the university. To read more about some of ASU's outstanding students, click here .

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Technology is transforming how cities and towns communicate with their citizens, potentially making government more accountable and increasing people’s knowledge about local issues. It also is...Read more

A wave of renowned scholars recently joined an already world-class faculty at the ASU School of Public Affairs and are poised to build on its national reputation in teaching and research, and its...Read more

ASU's School of Public Affairs has selected Karen Mossberger as its new director, bringing with her a national reputation as a scholar focused on the use of technology to enhance local government...Read more

Those who write about American history have either ignored American Indians or presented a narrow, one-sided view of their history that shows a lack of understanding, according to Donald L. Fixico...Read more

Nearly 100 current and future professionals in the field of municipal finance and development gathered on March 22 for the 2013 ASU Municipal Finance Challenge, hosted by Arizona State University’...Read more

Kathryn Mohrman, co-director of the Center for American Culture at Sichuan University in China, was honored on March 18 with the 2013 Julia J. Henderson International Award. The recognition comes...Read more

The challenging economic environment over the last several years has caused many municipal projects to fail or be canceled. Still, notable successes have been achieved when knowledgeable public...Read more

In a global economy that is largely driven by forging successful cross-cultural partnerships, working toward mutual understanding and friendship among nations is critical. New support from the...Read more

When professionals in the public sector want to engage in unique and meaningful development opportunities, they look to Bob Ramsey Executive Education . In particular, seminars offered through the...Read more

Despite endless criticism since its founding in 1998, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) remains responsible for ensuring the global Internet's operational stability...Read more

Jonathan Koppell, dean of ASU’s College of Public Programs and director of its School of Public Affairs, was formally inducted as a National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA) Fellow on Nov....Read more

Arizona State University’s School of Public Affairs has launched a graduate certificate in participatory governance, the first of its kind. The program is aimed at students interested in designing...Read more

ASU’s School of Public Affairs and Center for Policy Informatics recently capped off a national policy proposal competition in response to the White House’s Startup America Policy Challenge with...Read more

The U.S. News and World Report recently highlighted the best graduate programs in the nation and the ASU School of Public Affairs once again ranked in the top tier. The school that historically...Read more

Editor's Note: Arizona State University baseball will take on the University of California, Berkeley, in three games March 23 - 25 in Tempe. Women’s softball will play Arizona...Read more

The new rankings are out and Arizona State University's graduate programs once again rank among the best schools in the nation, according to the U.S. News and World Report "2013 Best Graduate...Read more

ASU’s School of Public Affairs is teaming up with The White House on a national initiative to accelerate high-growth entrepreneurship and ignite future job creation.

ASU is leading a...Read more

Jonathan Koppell, director of Arizona State University’s School of Public Affairs and holder of the Lattie and Elva Coor Presidential Chair, has been named dean of ASU’s College of Public Programs...Read more

The School of Public Affairs has announced the opening of the Coor Leadership Collection in coordination with the Lattie & Elva Coor Presidential Chair.

The Coor Leadership Collection...Read more

ASU's School of Public Affairs in the College of Public Programs is kicking off its first forum in the 2011-12 Coor Leadership Series.

The Forum, Financing Sustainability, will be held...Read more

The ASU School of Public Affairs is hosting a Financial Markets Boot Camp to build the financial governance capacity and economic sophistication of local and state public servants in their...Read more

A new study by researchers from Arizona State University, North Carolina State University and University of Wisconsin highlights a major flaw in attempting to use a single survey question to...Read more

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