MacArthur fellowRead more
MacArthur Fellowship recipient Stephen Pyne has written 15 books on the history and management of wild land and rural fire, including big-screen surveys for the U.S., Canada, Australia and Europe.
Nobel laureateRead more
Edward Prescott shared the 2004 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences for work on dynamic macroeconomics, relating the time consistency of economic policy and the driving forces behind business cycles.
The Arizona State University faculty is at the forefront nationally in advancing research and discovery. Our more than 4,700 faculty members inspire new ways of thinking, innovating and solving problems socially, culturally and economically in our region and in the international community.
We aspire to create an accessible academic experience and attract faculty not bound by traditional disciplinary distinctions, but who embrace an inclusive, collaborative and entrepreneurial environment defined by excellence and impact.
New faculty members
Every year ASU welcomes new faculty members from across the country and around the world. Download the New Faculty booklets.
Fall 2020 | Full and part time
Total faculty: 4,919
|Design and the Arts||407||8.3%|
|Integrative Sciences and Arts||360||7.3%|
|Nursing and Health Innovation||248||5%|
|Public Service and Community Solutions||347||7.1%|
|On tenure track||502||10.2%|
|Not on tenure track||2,922||59.4%|
|American Indian/Alaska Native||41||0.8%|
|Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander||0||0.0%|
|Two or More Races||77||1.6%|