IFIS help embody ideas about innovation, knowledge and future across ASU and develop them broadly throughout society, through an ambitious and integrated agenda for education, training, research, outreach and engagement.
Institute for the Future of Innovation in Society
The Center for the Study of Futures offers futures research, experimental practice and innovative foresight training for diverse audiences.
AIPI supports tribal sovereignty through examination, exploration and elevation of issues impacting communities and American Indian and Alaska Native peoples.
The Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies enables and promotes the most expansive, creative and daring scholarship in medieval and renaissance studies. The center promotes work that is historically grounded and theoretically expansive, with the aim of advancing dialogues that reach into the present moment and point us to different, more inclusive, futures.
The Center for Imagination in the Borderlands is an Indigenous space at ASU where we constellate stories, knowledges and language across our many borderlands through strategic and exploratory modes of research, conversation and performance.
The Center for Indian Education continues its longterm commitment to tribal nations of Arizona and to ASU, while expanding its emphasis on world-class research, the preparation of a new generation of Indigenous scholars, and an involvement with a global community of scholars, policy makers and practitioners in Indigenous education.
The Center for Jewish Studies contributes to the production of new, collaborative and interdisciplinary scholarship in Jewish studies. It offers an innovative model for the inclusion of a Jewish perspective into relevant academic disciplines and academic units, and assumes a leadership role in educating the public about Jewish history and culture, from antiquity to the present.
The CLAPR fosters and supports thoughtful, objective and innovative research on the political and policy circumstances of the nation’s Latina/o-Hispanic population, creating a fuller, deeper understanding of politics and governance in the United States.
The HRC performs basic and applied research on a broad range of topics related to Hispanic populations, disseminates research findings to the academic community and the public, engages in creative activities and makes them available generally, and provides public service in areas of importance to Hispanics.
SIRC's interdisciplinary team of researchers partners with communities to conduct research and develop solutions to eliminate health disparities in the Southwest and beyond.
The Difference Engine pairs interdisciplinary entrepreneurship with the enthusiasm of ASU students and thought leadership of ASU faculty and staff to fix our nation’s greatest inequalities.