Dorothy Tillman at commencement

Teenage ASU student earns her doctoral degree

Chicago 17-year-old Dorothy Jean Tillman II earned a bachelor’s degree at 13 and a master’s degree at 15 — and now she has graduated with a doctoral degree in integrated behavioral health.

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McCain Institute Forum aims to safeguard democracy

Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen and Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs were among the dignitaries in Sedona for the McCain Institute Forum to discuss how to preserve democracy.

ASU students solving plastic problem in Ethiopia

ASU engineering students are tackling plastic pollution in Ethiopia, which is impacting the lives of rare gelada monkeys.

Students present research at the U.S. State Department

Students from ASU went to Washington, D.C. to present research on climate change mitigation strategies in Brazil to diplomats, government officials and peers from universities across the U.S.

Business school offering new AI degree program

ASU’s W. P. Carey School of Business has launched the first graduate degree program in artificial intelligence from a business school in the U.S., which aims to prepare students for success in novel roles in various industries.

Law students find a home away from home in California

Students in ASU’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law are making a second home at the ASU California Center and gaining experience by completing externships in LA.

ASU to take leading role in advanced packaging in the semiconductor industry

By partnering with industry leaders and teaching advanced packaging to students, ASU is positioning itself as a leader in this microchip technology breakthrough.

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New programs for all ages

Ambition, curiosity, creativity and passion don't fit in any one box. No matter who you are or how you learn, ASU is ready to serve learners at every stage of life. ASU for You is the first step in a larger movement — a movement that's breaking down education barriers and building up high quality, affordable and accessible learning opportunities for everyone, from K-12 to midcareer to postretirement and every individual in between.