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2019

January

Benjamin Cortez, a sophomore undergraduate student in the Arizona State University School of Music jazz studies program, recently debuted and produced a CD of original material, titled “In Your Han

Mark Searle, Arizona State University’s executive vice president and university provost, has announced that Sukhwant Jhaj will join the ASU leadership team as vice provost for academic innovation a

When we think about robots, it’s usually in the context of their relationships with humans.

One of the most important large-scale artworks in the world sits in the desert of northern Arizona, where artist James Turrell has spent decades shaping the landscape into an immersive observatory.

Guitarist Jiyeon “Jiji” Kim, assistant professor in the ASU School of Music, performed the world premiere of the first guitar concerto featuring both solo

Each year, Arizona State University honors leaders in the community for their commitment