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Connecting with Yasmin Saikia

As the Hardt-Nickachos Chair in Peace Studies at ASU's Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict, Yasmin Saikia studies people as the agents of change for developing peace.

Student’s energy powers research, athletics

Natasa Vulic works to improve the efficiency of solar cells to meet the growing energy demand, as well as using her own tireless energy to run up to 90 miles a week on ASU's cross-country team.

ASU women honor STEM role models

In honor of Women’s History Month, ASU faculty researchers talk about the female role models who inspired and encouraged them along their career paths.

Connecting with Neal A. Lester

A conversation with Project Humanities director Neal Lester on everything from notions of "professional" hair to the subtext he finds in all forms of literature to his research on the "n-word."

Seeing science with an artist's eye

Neuroscientist Heather Bimonte-Nelson uses paint on canvas to explain her research in a way that words can't.

Forging the gears of research

Completing about 300 jobs a year, Engineering Technical Services’ Instrument and Prototype Machine Shop supports ASU students and professors by crafting custom parts and devices for research.

Sweet empowerment

Sweet Inde is a student-owned bakery that empowers people with disabilities to gain competitive community employment.