Academic Bowl veteran starts ASU Quizbowl Club
While many are familiar with the ASU Academic Bowl, the annual quiz show competition among Arizona State University’s various colleges, there are few who know about the ASU Quizbowl Club – and that’s a shame, says Kenneth Lan, graduate student in biomedical engineering.

Campuses benefit from construction school alum’s creative spirit
Emerson Ward is intricately more knowledgeable about Arizona State University’s campuses today than he ever was during his years as an ASU student.

The reason: Since graduating in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in construction management from the Del E. Webb School of Construction Programs, Ward has been helping to build many of the university’s newer facilities and renovate older ones.

ASU engineering prof helping to boost capabilities in one of nation’s leading research centers
Nik Chawla, professor of materials science and engineering in the School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy, and collaborators are developing a new imaging facility that will provide deeper knowledge about fundamental nature of materials.

Building security and peace after 9/11
Highlights of ASU research in the areas of security and peacebuilding, including the Security and Defense Systems Initiative led by Werner Dahm.

 

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