Social sciences
Following the devastation of the Black Plague, the Renaissance was a period of intense creativity and social change. ASU experts share what we can learn from the past about our own emotions, language and pastimes, as well as how it might apply to our post-pandemic world.
Mikala Kass
April 22, 2021
From protecting Earth from asteroids to handling nuclear waste, science and technology issues affect all of us. ASU researchers are asking the Biden administration to support public engagement to include diverse viewpoints in science policy.
Mikala Kass
February 22, 2021
Nadya Bliss, executive director of Arizona State University’s Global Security Initiative, has an arsenal of tools that can be deployed to negotiate what can be a minefield of dangerous misinformation on social media.
Terry Grant
December 11, 2020
Hundreds of ASU faculty, staff and students have applied their expertise to stopping the deadly coronavirus in its tracks and helping humanity recover from its destruction. This booklet chronicles their efforts and impact over the first 6 months.
September 09, 2020
Though you probably see COVID-19 case numbers reported daily, the total number remains unknown due to undiagnosed infections. To address this gap, Maricopa County Department of Public Health, Mayo Clinic and ASU are collaborating on a program to provide free, voluntary and confidential antibody testing to randomly selected residents in the county.
Pete Zrioka
September 02, 2020