The College mourns the loss of former Dean Debra Friedman. We send our condolences to her family, friends, and colleagues.
Cheryl Lynn Blie of the Diné/Navajo tribe has a burning desire to help her community by alleviating some of its modern ills.
ASU is host to the 2014 Clinton Global Initiative University and you can be a part of it.
State and university leaders honored the 2013-2014 cohort of exceptional students from diverse backgrounds that have demonstrated a commitment to social and civic service at the Spirit of Service Scholars luncheon.
Nearly 100 volunteers turned out for the College of Public Programs Community Service Day at the Human Services Campus in central Phoenix.
New ASU center offers bridge to California communities, enables graduate students in law and public programs to pursue internships and other opportunities in the region.
The School of Public Affairs welcomes several new renowned faculty to the university
“Many times people know what they are doing is not good for them. So the problem isn’t purely informational. It is about figuring out how people are able to transform their lives.” - Dean Jonathan Koppell.
Scott Decker, foundation professor and director of the ASU School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, was recently featured in a report by CBS5 reporter Jonathan Lowe on the 'state of gangs' in the valley.
Nancy Rodriguez, a professor in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, recently spoke at a one-day conference that examined how to improve outcomes for kids whose parents are in prison. The White House Office of Public Engagement invited Rodriguez because of a collaborative research project she leads.