As one of the first Hispanic women in the U.S. to become a tenured engineering faculty member, Jean Andino now mentors other underrepresented STEM students. Here, the interim director for ASU’s Hispanic Research Center talks about her career path and shares her top picks for Hispanic contributions to society.
Lori K. Baker
October 05, 2020
Where there’s smoke, there’s usually Stephen Pyne. The ASU professor emeritus has battled blazes at the Grand Canyon, published books about the history and management of wildfires, and taught a course called “Fire” — so it’s no surprise he’s the guy journalists call when a new wildfire strikes.
Lori K. Baker
August 24, 2020
Helping humans and robots work as teams, disarming disinformation, fighting cancer with our own immune systems — these are just a few of the big ideas that ASU researchers are exploring. Learn about their work and what drives them in our latest season of ASU KEDtalks.
Madison Arnold
July 27, 2020
Disinformation increases social divisions and undermines our democracy. ASU Research Scientist Scott Ruston says that defending ourselves against this willful deception is part of our civic duty — and explains how to do so.
Madison Arnold
June 26, 2020
Retired astronaut Cady Coleman, ASU’s Global Explorer in Residence, doles out advice for staying active, productive and mentally healthy in the age of social distancing.
Pete Zrioka
April 06, 2020