Can you really learn to like healthy foods?
U.S. News & World Report | March 21, 2016
According to Arizona State University psychology professor Elizabeth Phillips, a very small portion of what we like to eat (or not) comes down to genetics.
Most people aren't resilient to life's hardships, researchers find
Quartz | March 21, 2016
A recent study by Arizona State University psychology professors Frank Infurna and Suniya Luthar shows that most people take several years to return to normal after a significantly stressful life event.
People with most diverse ancient human DNA found
Discovery Magazine | March 17, 2016
Anne Stone, a professor and director of the Center for Bioarchaeological Research at Arizona State University, points out that regions of our genome that are less likely to contain archaic DNA are those areas that “encode important adaptations for modern humans.
Can universities join forces to scale innovation? Bridget Burns on radical collaboration
EdSurge | March 16, 2016
Arizona State University and five other member universities of the University Innovation Alliance, have each increased the number of low-income graduates by more than 19 percent.
U.S. News releases 2017 best graduate school rankings
U.S. News & World Report | March 16, 2016
Arizona State University’s education and public affairs graduate programs broke into the top 15 “Best Graduate Schools” according to rankings released yesterday from U.S. News & World Report. They joined the law school and fine arts program, which also jumped to higher spots in the rankings, landing all four within the top 25 in the nation.