ASU Week in Pictures
Features Emily Falkner, freshman in computer systems engineering, with her parents and Dean Paul Johnson at the engineering barbecue during family weekend.

African students earn degrees in new scholars program (ASU News)
Arizona State University welcomes 10 students from seven African nations this year, as the first class of MasterCard Foundation Scholars begin studies at ASU, including Fulton Engineering students: Giresse Tchegho, chemical engineering; Zemichael Hailu, aerospace engineering; Ibrahima Diop, electrical engineering; and Christy Nyarwaya, electrical engineering.

ASU’s Biodesign Institute names new executive director (Arizona Republic)
Arizona State University’s Biodesign Institute has named as its new executive director a high-ranking physician and scientist from University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.

Students develop product to purify and transport water (The State Press)


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