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The State Press | April 04, 2016

Sethuraman "Panch" Panchanathan, chief research and innovation officer and executive vice president of Arizona State University's Knowledge Enterprise Development, has been selected to serve on Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan's Technology, Transparency and Commerce Council to advance the state of Arizona.

The Boston Globe | March 31, 2016

Arizona State University researcher Matthew F. Delmont argues that 'busing,' a word that the news media has used to describte racial crises in Boston and elsewhere, is inaccurate, "viewing it as a euphemism and sign of denial." 

The Washington Post | March 29, 2016

Arizona State University scientist Jamie Tyler has developed a device called Thync that helps users activate and tap into their innate sense of calm.

Inside Higher Ed | March 28, 2016

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has awarded Arizona State University $10.1 million to help develop next-generation digital learning experiences that incorporate science content from the agency.

The New York Times | March 27, 2016

From the article:
She [Justice Sandra Day O'Connor] said she began to seriously investigate the idea of educational games after consulting with James Gee, a professor of literacy studies at Arizona State University and the author of a book titled “What Video Games Have to Teach Us About Learning and Literacy.”