International
Supply chain problems can be a matter of life and death, particularly in the developing world. ASU faculty and students are working with USAID to increase access to critical knowledge.
Madison Arnold
September 10, 2019
ASU and Chemonics partnership on "MiniMasters" program opens doors to global education opportunities for Chemonics employees worldwide.
Maya Shrikant
April 18, 2019
Extremist organizations use social media to promote their ideology and recruit new members globally. ASU professors are collaborating to track, analyze and understand this threat.
Allie Nicodemo
August 12, 2016
Built in a lake basin, Mexico City experiences destructive flooding, but also struggles with access to clean water. ASU researchers are studying the complex choreography of natural environment, physical infrastructure and human decision-making that contribute to both.
Diane Boudreau
June 02, 2016
Beliefs and experiences related to water can vary tremendously across cultures. Understanding how human perceptions influence the success of conservation and distribution strategies can help us do a better job of ensuring access for all.
Allie Nicodemo
May 26, 2016