Stories in the time of COVID-19

Home / Cultural Innovation Tools / Stories in the time of COVID-19

News stories featuring faculty, staff and students who are continuing to create and innovate.

Ed Finn

When crises unleash your imagination

Ed Finn, director of the Center for Science and the Imagination and associate professor with a joint appointment in the School of Arts, Media and Engineering and the Department of English, joins Torie Bosch, editor of Future Tense, to explore how crises can unleash our imaginations as part of a new Future Tense biweekly series called Social Distancing Socials.

Featured articles

ASU students make sure the music therapy plays on for clients at home

For an older person with dementia, a rousing rendition of big-band music might stir some memories. And when that...

Grad student's final project marks Pride Month with queer artists' showcase

June is Pride Month, a time to celebrate lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, and an...

Data-driven disease modeling could improve regional response

Look up the number of confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus on the Arizona Department of Health Services website , and you...

From our blog

Women on a dimly lit stage wearing golden tops and bottoms
Design and arts at work in the world–Herberger Institute highlights from June 2020

Changing the dance world

Dance alum J. Bouey and their...

Mars space rover driving on a hill
‘A science experiment cos-playing as a game’: What Port of Mars can teach us about successful…

‘A science experiment cos-playing as a game’: What Port of Mars can teach us about...

Two women giving a high-five
Launching Cultural Innovation Tools–Herberger Institute highlights from April 2020

Cultural Innovation Tools

ASU’s...