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It is that time of year again! The annual SDFC Summer Wellness Challenge will soon be underway. Get ready for this year’s Gnome More Excuses Challenge!
The School of Social Work’s BSW and MSW Child Welfare Education Programs (CWEP) have field Units within the Department of Child Safety.
Coverage of the Arizona Violent Death Reporting System's first report on suicide among older adults (Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety)
Colleen Jennings-Roggensack, Executive Director for ASU Gammage and ASU MLK Jr. Committee Chair, is soliciting nominations for the 2017 ASU MLK Jr. Student Servant-Leadership Award.
We’d like to invite our staff and faculty to leverage the use of Microsoft Skype for Business (on Windows; Lync on Mac OS). It is an instant messaging and video conference client. ASU is pr
When very new Exchange users have problems with people receiving “bounce-backs” when sending email to them, it’s “mostly” a matter of time before the Outlook Address Book updates itself with the ne
If Outlook is not already connected to them (you can see them on the left-side menu), then we’ll need to add them.
Here’s Microsoft’s description of Remote Desktop:
Users who receive an attachment, open and edit the attachment, and then click save without knowing where the document was saved to.
Connect to network share from Mac OS X
Access to our various network share folders and/or to ASU Exchange email (Outlook) requires specific computer service accounts be added to user accounts.
Here’s some information on Dropbox usage and how to get started with it. Note: For most users, we’ve already had your ASU Dropbox account
To honor Cesar Chavez and his legacy, Public Allies Arizona, a program of the ASU Lodestar Center, organized a service project with the goal of creating more awareness in the Carl Hayden community.
How To: Change your Vidyo Password
How To: Share Outlook Calendar
To share your calendar in Outlook with other Exchange users:
Here’s Microsoft’s description of Remote Desktop:
The second American Express Leadership Academy Global Alumni Summit, convened in partnership with Atlas Corps, brings 50 emerging social purpose leaders together in New York City for a two-da
The deadline for fall semester 2016 textbook orders is April 1, 2016.
Robin Bonifas, from the School of Social Work, and Donna Velasquez, from the College of Nursing and Health Innovation, received funding to support an interprofessional Objective Structure Clinical
Nominations Due Tuesday, March 29
A study by criminology professor Scott Decker, along with colleagues at the University of Colorado, Boulder, examines the potential for a "Ferguson Effect" on crime rates in the U.S.
These instructions are for when you are logging on to an ASU domain-joined computer.
For new student workers to have access to the ASURITE computer domain (for logging onto our computers as staff/faculty do), access to network shares, and/or Outlook email.
SPSS & AMOS – Both available under ASU site-license - Able to install without additional cost.
The School of Social Work’s BSW and MSW Child Welfare Education Programs (CWEP) have field Units within the Department of Child Safety. The units are managed by School of Social Work staff with th
The ASU President's Awards recognize and celebrate teams of ASU faculty and staff that have made significant contributions to the university in the areas of innovation, social embeddedness or susta
From October 22-November 21, Spirit of Service Scholars will be hosting a crowdfunding initiative through the ASU Foundation’s Pitchfunder platform.
The School of Social Work is pleased to announce the selection of our 2015-2016 Health Care Education and Leadership Scholars (ASU-HEALS Scholars).
Arizona State University alumna Savannah Sanders recently published a book as part of her work to not only addresses those who have been affected by sex trafficking, but also tell her story as a su
Colleen Jennings-Roggensack, Executive Director of ASU Gammage and ASU MLK Jr. Committee Chair, is soliciting nominations for the 2016 ASU MLK Jr. Student Servant-Leadership Award.
Please join the Center for Emergency Management and Homeland Security, part of the College of Public Service and Community Solutions, for the opportunity to meet with Gabrielle Fitzgerald, past dir
The Office of Sex Trafficking Intervention Research in the School of Social Work has released a new sex trafficking training/awareness brochure entitled What you need to know: Teen sex trafficki
Professor Fei Sun and Dr.
During the White House Conference on Aging on July 13, 2015, Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia M.
Brett Hunt joins the College of Public Service and Community Solutions as the Executive Director of the Public Service Academy.
Student retention is an important issue.
Scott Decker, a Foundation Professor in the ASU School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, is the lead author of a new report analyzing police stops in Missouri.
The Board of the Arizona State University Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy has announced their selections for the 2015 Arizona Behavioral Health Leadership Awards.
Four Arizona State University professors have joined the ranks of the highest faculty honor at the university, as Regents’ Professors for the 2014-2015 academic year.
Phoenix Mercury vice president Ann Meyers Drysdale played basketball at UCLA when legendary coach John Wooden was coaching the men’s team.
The College of Public Service and Community Solutions and ASU Career Services are hosting a community and public service career and internship fair.
Kristy Holtfreter has been selected to participate in a Committee on Law and Justice, part of the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) panel taking place in Washington, DC in June of this year.
Public Allies Arizona, a program of the ASU Lodestar Center, held its annual Presentation on Impact Series on May 13 and 20 at UMOM New Day Centers in Phoenix, Arizona.
The ASU Lodestar Center and the ASU School of Community Resources & Development celebrated the newest graduates from the Master of Nonprofit Studies program, graduate certificate programs
Wendy Spencer, CEO of the Corporation for National and Community Service, advised graduates of the College of Public Service and Community Solutions to continue doing ‘living their degrees,’ as she
From an announcement released by the Council on Social Work Education:
The College of Public Service & Community Solutions is pleased to announce the final selections for this year's college-level awards.
Faculty Associates Dr. Patsy Kraeger and Dr. Tim Dahlstrom have published a chapter in the new textbook An Introduction to Community Development, 2nd Ed..
On Friday, May 1st, the White House honored “Champions of Change” that demonstrate how national service creates pathways to economic and employment opportunities.
The ASU Office of Entrepreneurship + Innovation (E+I) invites and encourages faculty to apply for VentureWell faculty grants, awards of up to $50k for faculty to develop courses and programs that f
Nepal was recently hit by a massive 7.8 magnitude earthquake inflicting infrastructural damages and thousands of casualties.
Do you know someone who is: ...curious about working in the nonprofit sector? ...passionate about helping our Phoenix community? ...looking for a pathway to education or employment?
In 2013, Arizona passed Senate Bill 1208 which provides university tuition waiver for former foster youth up to age 23.
Residents who live in a landmark downtown Phoenix affordable housing high-rise will benefit from a new state-of-the-art clinic being built by Arizona State University (ASU) through its Center for A
Class VII of the ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation's American Express Leadership Academy is graduating from their nine-month development program on May 8 at the ASU Kerr
In an op ed for Deseret News, Arizona State University President Michael Crow and Derrick Anderson, professor in the School of Public Affairs note that research experiences offer an important benef
Tanika Reed, a student in the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance Student Association, captured the year of leadership, learning and service of students working toward their Certified Nonprofit Professio
The Office of Ruben Gallego, 7th District of Arizona, in partnership with the U.S. Census Bureau invite you to attend:
An executive order for water use reductions issued by California Gov. Jerry Brown has many Arizonans questioning our own water future.
Two long-time partners of the Arizona State University Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation are expanding their investment in the center’s efforts to build capacity in the nonp
The ASU College of Public Service and Community Solutions is pleased to announce the results of the College's recent Innovation Challenge.
As faculty and staff in our college, you know the significant impact that philanthropic investments have on our students.
We are pleased to announce five new college-level awards to recognize exemplary work happening across the college that reinforces our mission in research, teaching and service.
In a strong relationship that has lasted for six years, the Arizona State University Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation will once again team up with Freeport-McMoRan Copper &
A multi-institutional team has been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation for their project, The Prison Inmate Networks Study.
School of Community Resources and Development alum Jeff Malkoon was picked to attend the SXSW festival to pitch his business to “Shark Tank” investor Daymond John last weekend.
Dean of the College of Public Service & Community Solutions, Jonathan Koppell, joined a panel of experts at the Council on Foreign Relations to share perspectives on how to promote a culture of
On April 18th from 9 a.m.
A student project in the School of Nutrition and Health Promotion uses innovative technology to examine women’s health, exercise and emotions.
Justice and Social Inquiry in the School of Social Transformation is honored to announce the 16th annual John P. Frank Memorial Lecture:
Scott Decker, a Foundation Professor in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, provided a criminological perspective on gangs to members of Britain's Royal College of Psychiatrists who att
Cybersecurity is not a new issue but it is increasing in prominence and impact.
Between Earth and Sky: Contemporary Art from the American Southwest
Jose Ashford, professor, School of Social Work
April 17, 2015
11:15 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
The School of Public Affairs at Arizona State University is the 5th ranked public university and 12th overall in a ranking of the most innovative public service schools in the U.S. in 2015.
The upcoming ASU Annual Public Finance Conference, March 12-13 in downtown Phoenix, will bring together experts from around the country to explore innovations in public finance.
Both medical and recreational marijuana have strong support
The College of Public Service and Community Solutions is more than a new name. It’s a reflection of those who study, conduct research and teach at the Arizona State University college.
Arizona State University’s Committee for Campus Inclusion is now accepting nominees for the 2015 Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion Awards.
Delegates from refugee resettlement and asylum organizations in Japan and South Korea visited Arizona State University to discuss a good practice exchange project on refugee social integration.
An article co-authored by Elizabeth Corley, associate professor and doctoral program director in the School of Public Affairs, and doctoral student Youngjae Kim, has been accepted for publication i
Become a USAID Research and Innovation Fellow and address pressing development challenges throughout the world
Flinn-Brown is looking for Arizonans from all parts of the state, walks of life, and perspectives who want to help the state reach its potential.
The mission of the Arizona State University Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) is to identify, advocate for, and increase awareness of needed change in the university in order to enhance oppor
Experiencing the sounds of life is something most people take for granted. It is only when your hearing slowly diminishes that you realize how important good hearing is.
Nancy Rodriguez, a professor on leave from the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, was officially sworn into office as the director of the National Institute of Justice, the scientific rese
The Arizona foster care tuition waiver, a bill signed into law by former governor Jan Brewer in 2013, helps Arizona’s foster youth earn a college degree by offering free tuition.
Creating a safe and more supportive school environment for PreK-12 students is at the heart of an upcoming education conference, March 5-6, sponsored in part by ASU Online.
In 1984, the Associated Students of Arizona State University had a vision.
The ASU Spirit of Service Scholars initiative is open to all ASU students with a passion for public service leadership.
With the spring semester off to a great start, it’s time to start thinking about selecting College of Public Service Outstanding Graduates for Spring 2015. Similar to last semester -- a formal nom
You are invited to attend the first in a series of guest speakers focusing on topics relevant to criminology and criminal justice research.
Arizona State University has been selected to receive the 2015 Community Engagement Classification from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.
Each year, the ASU Public Finance Conference brings together practitioners and public officials to discuss one of the key challenges in contemporary governance: financial capacity in the public sec
Recovery does not equal resiliency.
The Nina Mason Pulliam Scholars program recently celebrated the achievements of five recent graduates from ASU and Maricopa Community Colleges:
It is estimated that nearly 25 percent of women will experience severe violence at the hand of an intimate partner. The first step to seek help: call the police.
As part of a volunteer project, members of the School of Social Work in Tucson's student council participated in Out of Darkness, a community walk and fundraising campaign for the American Foundati
Cory Tyszka, a Spirit of Service Scholar, was honored as salutatorian at the fall 2014 convocation for the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law.
Big Data for Social Innovation, by Kevin Desouza and Kendra Smith, was among the top 10 most popular articles of the year in Stanford Social Innovation Review.
The Arizona Department of Health Services/Division of Behavioral Health has awarded a two-year contract to Arizona State University to coordinate a Peer Career Advancement Academy. The purpose of
The Center for Emergency Management and Homeland Security recently held a practice drill at the Polytechnic campus.
The research of ASU public affairs professor Christ Herbst was featured by the White House as it hosted a summit on early childhood education December 10. Herbst has written extensively about the
For the fifth consecutive year, the Corporation for National and Community Service has named Arizona State University to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
ASU School of Criminology and Criminal Justice professor Michael White was interviewed by several major national and international news organizations for his expertise on the use of police uniform-
On December 3, the ASU Lodestar Center and the School of Community Resources & Development celebrated the newest graduates of the master of nonprofit studies program.
Cathy Busha, an alumna of the social work program in Tucson, has been named associate dean for student engagement at Lewis & Clark College.
School of Community Resources & Development Professor Dallen Timothy recently returned from a two-week book signing tour and speaking circuit in China.
Maricopa County is hosting an open house to share their initiatives and offer an opportunity for researchers and students to network for possible collaboration opportunities.
The 2014 ASU United Way Campaign comes to a close on Friday, December 5.
Fei Sun, and associate professor in the School of Social Work, has been named a Fellow of the Gerontology Society of America (GSA), recognizing his "outstanding and continuing work in the field of
This week the White House announced that President Obama has set aside $75 million for police departments to buy body-worn cameras.
School of Public Affairs alumni John Fetherston (B.S., '12), Ben Henderson (MPA, '12) and Michael Rome Hall (B.S., '13) shared examples of knowledge they have gained in the workplace at "Being Poli
Barry Bozeman and Derrick Anderson discuss the value of for-profit universitites in an op-ed column in The Boston Globe:
Queen Kgeresi has been chosen as one of 20 Mandela Washington Fellows to have a project featured in the Rocket Hub crowd-funding platform.
ASU has published a new book highlighting a few of the many efforts to further international development including several from the College.
ASU has been selected to participate in a new USAID program — USAID Research and Innovation Fellowships.
Tim Dahlstrom, a faculty associate in the School of Public Affairs, was an invited presenter at the Arizona Coalition to End Homelessness statewide conference last month.
SUN AWARDS are an easy way to honor a co-worker for a variety of contributions to excellence at ASU:
To Our Remarkable College of Public Programs Employee Family:
Get healthy, earn up to $200
David Swindell, associate professor in the School of Public Affairs, recently participated in a joint panel discussion at NASPAA and APPAM sharing lessons learned from work with the Local Governmen
Despite the defeat of two recent ballot measures and continued heavy spending by the food industry to avoid required labeling of genetically modified foods, activists continue the push forward.
The Kyl Center for Water Policy at Arizona State University’s Morrison Institute for Public Policy was officially launched Nov.
Maria Harper-Marinick and Sharon Megdal were named Morrison Institute Distinguished Fellows at the State of Our State Conference and Luncheon, Friday, Nov. 7.
Join us on Wednesday, December 3 as we celebrate the newest graduates of the Master of Nonprofit Studies (MNpS) program at ASU.
Travis Meyers, a doctoral student in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, part of the College of Public Programs, has won the Best Student Paper from the White Collar Crime Research Cons
The ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation held its 22nd Annual Nonprofit Conference on Sustainability Strategies on Wednesday, November 5, 2014 at the Black Canyon Conferenc
Exonerated: Ray Krone from death row to free man
Beginning in fall 2015, transfer students will have the opportunity to finish their undergraduate degree in criminology and criminal justice by seamlessly transfering community college credits to A
The Center for Organization Research and Design will be hosting two invited speakers at ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus:
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Students in the College of Public Programs are participating in a campus-wide food drive and need your help.
IDEA SOUP is…
a collaborative event
a public dinner
a platform for connection
a theatrical environment
a democratic experiment in micro-funding
Nonprofit Leadership Alliance students participate annually in the Alliance Management Institute (AMI), a premier “beyond-the-campus” leadership and learning experience for aspiring nonprofit
Several College of Public Programs graduate degree programs have been ranked among the best in the nation based on ratings and reviews from current students or recent graduates.
For 2015, the John F. Roatch and the Linda Haskell events are being combined into a morning and afternoon event (approx. 10 a.m. - noon & 1-3 p.m.). The event will be complimentary.
ASU's Action, Advocacy, Arts (AAA) program personally invites you to submit your art work for the exhibit “Bugs, Birds, Beasts, and Blooms”, the program’s spring 2015 exhibition.
Cassia Spohn, director of the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, recently traveled to St. Petersburg, Russia.
Homecoming is just a week away!
Saturday, Nov. 1
4-8 p.m. Block Party and parade, Tempe campus
8 p.m. kick off, ASU vs Utah
The College of Public Programs at Arizona State University’s Tucson campus recently dedicated a new classroom in honor of Gabe Zimmerman.
Mark your calendar for the College of Public Programs day of service, Nov. 15.
The College of Public Programs at Arizona State University will host candidates for Arizona Secretary of State in a town hall style event Thursday, October 16 from 6 to 6:30 p.m. at AE England.
This year’s United Way Campaign - Be the One – is off and running.
Arizona State University homecoming is just around the corner. Mark your calendar for upcoming events:
FestDevil Block Party – Taylor Mall
With the fall semester off to a great start, it’s time to start thinking about selecting College of Public Programs Outstanding Graduates for fall 2014.
Iconic Phoenix storytellers will spotlight three time periods at the Phoenix Phabulous Storytelling Salon on October 29.
School of Criminology and Criminal Justice lecturer Claudine DeCarolis and Dana Newell, College of Public Programs assistant dean of students, didn't have seats for last week's Sun Devils football
When Arizona State University student Sidney Stoffer applies to graduate schools, she can tout a journal article she co-authored as an undergraduate in Barrett, the Honors College.
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, recently named best extension program by Phoenix Magazine, will be offering its first class in Spanish this fall.
It is with great sadness that we pass on the news that Darrel Montero, associate professor and coordinator for the Office of Latino Projects, passed away on September 17.
From his family:
Judy Krysik, associate professor and associate director in the School of Social Work, has been selected to serve on the National Ethics Committee of the National Association of Social Workers.
Robin Bonifas, associate professor in the School of Social Work, has been selected to serve on the editorial board executive committee for the Journal of Gerontological Social Work, the official jo
Join the School of Public Affairs for a brown-bag seminar with Chris Herbst, associate professor.
Over 30 undergraduate students participated in the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance Student Association (NLASA) Annual Fall Retreat at R - C Scout Ranch located just east of Payson, Ariz.
NOTE: Key findings, pros & cons can be found on Morrison Institute website and at the end of this news release
When Arizona State University student Sidney Stoffer applies to graduate schools, she can tout a journal article she co-authored as an undergraduate in Barrett, the Honors College.
New research shows older people sentenced in federal district courts receive more leniency than younger offenders. The study was published Sept.
Milo Neild, an undergraduate student in parks and recreation management student and Eric Steffey, a doctoral student, were recently awarded a grant from the central Arizona Conservation Allia
Adrienne Decker-Delgado, an alumna from the School of Social Work was named national Social Worker of the Year at the National Association of Social Workers conference in Washington D.C.
Do you know, or are you a member of an ASU team led by faculty or staff that has achieved significant results in the area of innovation, sustainability or social embeddedness?
Participatory Governance in Action: The Case of Participatory Budgeting
Morrison Institute for Public Policy will debut its First Thursday Roundtable series on Oct.
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Here are the main things you need to know: At the bottom of this article is a graphic showing the tabs in one of the HR forms. The tabs are the same in all forms.
In his 2013 State of the Union address, President Obama said that through a collaborative effort among the United States and its allies, the ability to end extreme poverty within the next two decad
Your donations can help turn a life around
The College of Public Programs celebrated new leadership and faculty members at a reception attended by community members representing all sectors of public service.
Nearly half of the 1.5 million incarcerated adults have minor children outside of prison.
Arizona State University is among 12 universities recognized for their accomplishments “as creators of intellectual capital and economic growth” in a recent book-length report on the nexus be
In a conference room in a non-descript downtown Maricopa County office building, ASU senior Jared McDaniel listens intently as Maricopa County manager Tom Manos talks about his career in publ
Christina Risley-Curtiss, associate professor in the School of Social Work, will be involving students in her class in an upcoming fundraiser aimed at helping people in our community who are homele
The 10th Annual International State of the State luncheon hosted by the Phoenix Committee on Foreign Relations will build on the theme of international economic business and political engagement be
Research recently published in The American Review of Public Administration examines how local governments are using social media to collaborate, both internally and externally, as well managerial
Jana Wardian, a doctoral candidate in the School of Social Work and SIRC Graduate Research Associate for the past four years, was accepted as a Fellow for the 2014 Summer Training Workshop on Afric
The College of Nursing and Health Innovation offers accredited health services through the Downtown NP Healthcare clinic.
Five School of Public Affairs alumni are among 35 chosen by the Arizona Center for Civic Leadership as part of the 2014 Flinn-Brown Civic Leadership Academy.
This innovative new certificate program is a joint collaboration between the ASU Lodestar Center, the Indiana University Schools of Public and Environmental Affairs and The Fund Raising School at t
Linda Williams, assistant professor in the School of Public Affairs, has been appointed to serve for a three-year term on Arizona State University's Committee for Campus Inclusion (CCI).
Cassia Spohn, Foundation Professor and director of the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, has been appointed an adjunct professor in the Key Centre for Ethics, Law, Justice and Governance
Susan Robbins, a graduate student in the School of Social Work, is a recipient of the 2014 pre-dissertation award from the Association for Gerontology Educuation in Social Work.
Morrison Institute for Public Policy will launch the Arizona Citizens’ Initiative Review (CIR) Sept.
All the odds were stacked against her.
Najla Abdalla came to the United States with her family from Baghdad to escape the Iraq war in 2004.
For 10 years, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Arizona State University has brought low-cost educational and cultural courses and programs to adults ages 50 and over.
Imelda Ojeda plans to address the unique needs of the Southwest population by developing policies and advocacy for children’s access to quality health care and education.
Hank Fradella is the new associate director of the ASU School of Criminology and Criminal Justice.
In south Gilbert, men recovering from drug addiction work with horses, farm and run a fruit and vegitable stand as part of a two-year program aimed at teaching addicts the life skills needed to hav
Applications are invited for Early Career Faculty Fellows with the Southwest Interdisciplinary Research Center (SIRC) starting fall 2014.
Karen Mossberger, director and professor, School of Public Affairs, was appointed Honorary Professor in the School of Government and Society at the University of Birmingham (UK), a leading ce
PublicAllies Arizona, an AmeriCorps program of the ASU Lodestar Center, is one of 23 Public Allies National sites. Together, we are excited to announce and welcome new CEO Adren O. Wilson.
Shelby Wray, who is pursuing a bachelor's degree in parks and recreation managment, was recognized by the Arizona Sunbelt chapter of Meeting Professionals International for her volunteer efforts on
Associate Professor Dominique Roe-Sepowitz has been asked to bring her expertise to the SOAR National Technical Working Group. SOAR—Stop. Observe. Ask.
Mark Hager, associate professor in the School of Community Resources and Development, was awarded an ASAE Outstanding Academic Publication on Membership Organizations award.
Professor Michael White will moderate a discussion on the use of body-worn video cameras at the Office of Justice Programs in Washington, D.C. Friday, August 8.
Nick Pstross, doctoral candidate in the School of Community Resources and Development and coordinator for the Partnership for Community Development, was awarded the "Most Visually Appealing poster
The ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation is pleased to announce the launch of the seventh year of its Generation Next Nonprofit Leadership Academy
Barbara Klimek, MSW Coordinator and clinical associate professor in the School of Social Work, has been appointed as a Senior Sustainability Scientist with the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of
Michelle Mohr Carney is the new director of the School of Social Work, part of the College of Public Programs, located on the downtown Phoenix campus.
College of Public Programs alumni Nicole Almond Anderson, Mary Foote Hebert and Jeff Stapleton were selected to participate in Valley Leadership class 36. The class is made up of more than 50 smal
In a three-year project funded by the National Institute of Justice, Scott Decker, Foundation Professor in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, and a team of ASU researchers furthered st
After graduating from Arizona State University’s School of Community Resources and Development in 2010 with a Master of Nonprofit Studies degree, alumna Courtney Klein set out to increase the odds
The ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation received a $170,000 grant from the American Express Foundation to further develop and fund the Generation Next Nonprofit Leadership
Twenty-five accomplished young professionals from Africa are sharpening their civic leadership skills through a six-week training institute led by the College of Public Programs at Arizona State Un
Robin Bonifas, associate professor in the School of Social Work has been selected to receive the Faculty Achievement Award by the Association for Gerontology Education in Social Work.
Olivia, the seeing-eye dog that supported recent criminology and criminal justice graduate Katherine Chavez-Chavarria through her college years, was recently awarded an honorary degree.
The ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation recently received a $170,000 grant from the American Express Foundation to further develop and fund the Generation Next Nonprofit L
The Arizona Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers recently announced results of the 2014 board of directors election.
Arizona State University has received a $750,000 grant from the Henry Luce Foundation to establish the American Experience Initiative—a multi-platform collaborative model for cross-cultural educati
Fifty-nine graduates recently earned Certified Public Manager (CPM) credentials through ASU’s Bob Ramsey Executive Education CPM program.
Five Arizona community leaders will be recognized for their contributions to the improvement, access and impact of behavioral healthcare at the upcoming Behavioral Health Awards Gala in Prescott.
The ASU Annual Public Finance Conference held in May attracted nearly 100 attendees to discuss one of the key challenges in contemporary governance: financial capacity in the public sector. Now in
Not long after she graduated from the School of Community Resources and Development with a concentration in therapeutic recreation in 2010, alumna Aimee Nelson became a full-time e
The Arizona State University Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation will graduate its eighth Public Allies Arizona class on June 27 at the AE England Building on the Downtown Pho
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The ASU Foundation launched a scholarship program designed to help serve students with financial need, and build a spirit of philanthropy in the ASU community.
The spring 2014 outstanding graduate for the ASU School of Social Work originally intended to major in something else.
This weekend, the College of Public Programs will welcome 25 young African leaders as they begin a six-week professional civic leadership training institute led by the College.
Several College of Public Programs graduate programs are ranked among the best in the spring 2014 Rankings of Top Graduate Programs by Graduateprograms.com.
Whether they excel in individual or team sports, athletes tend to be natural leaders and community builders.
Dave White, associate professor in the School of Community Resources and Development, has been elected to the International Association for Society and Natural Resources, the largest interdisciplin
Richard Knopf, professor in the School of Community Resources and Development, has been awarded the 2014 Community Development Achievement Award from the Community Development Society.
Michael Shafer, professor in the School of Social Work and directo
Teri Kennedy, bachelor of social work program coordinator, has been elected to a three-year term on the national nominating committee of the Council on Social Work Education.
Kevin Desouza, associate dean for research, was awarded the Herbert A.
For the past five years, the ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Innovation has partnered with Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold to build the capacity of nonprofit organizations i
Alejandra Frost took a different path to her college degree than most. A native of Tegucigalpa, Honduras, she asked her parents to pay tuition to attend a bilingual high school.
An article written by Gyan Nyaupane and Moren Tibabo Stone, both of the School of Community Resources and Development, is among a collection selected by the new editor of Community Development
Callie Burt, an assistant professor in Arizona State University's School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, will receive the 2014 Ruth Shonle Cavan Young Scholar Award from the American Society o
With more than 750 graduates attending and 6,000 guests, the College of Public Programs convocation celebrated the accomplishments of our amazing students.
ASU Career Services and the College of Public Programs are hosting the first Community & Public Service Career & Internship Fair and need volunteers to help make this event a success.
Breaking the Gridlock
How to steer through stalemates and get government working again.
A delegation of social work professors from China visited ASU's School of Social Work last month to attend a one-week social work education exchange forum.
Dominique Roe-Sepowitz, associate professor in the School of Social Work, and Commander Jim Gallager of the Phoenix Police Department received the Paladin Award from Free to Laugh, Laugh to Free.
Kevin Desouza, associate dean for research, has been elected to the Association for Information Systems Council. He will serve as vice president of communications, effective July 1, 2014.
Are you an Arizona entrepreneur with a budding venture you’re ready to take to the next level?
The American Political Science Association's Section on Public Administration has awarded Jonathan Koppell, dean of ASU's College of Public Programs, the 2014 Herbert A.
Linda Williams, an assistant professor in the School of Public Affairs has won the 2014 Academy of Management PNP Best Dissertation Award.
An article authored by Timothy Tyrrell, Cody Paris and Vernon Biaett has been selected as the 2014 Charles R.
Join us for the Public Allies Arizona 2014 Presentation on Impact Series.
Savannah Sanders was 16 when she began her battle with drug addiction and homelessness.
Over the summer we do not have a greater Phoenix Community Art Exhibit.
The Smart Communities evaluation report provides a unique view of neighborhood-level change surrounding a digital inclusion initiative in Chicago. No other city has neighborhood-level data on Inte
In May 2009, President Barack Obama addressed more than 9,000 ASU graduates and their families with a mixture of excitement and uncertainty in the air.
A new study finds urban populations most affected by hot summer temperatures live in high-density areas and lack the financial ability to afford expensive air conditioning bills.
Public Service Recognition Week starts this Sunday, May 4, and the Partnership for Public Service needs your help!
Ed Pastor, congressman and Arizona State University alumnus, will address the 2014 graduating class of the College of Public Programs. He will be introduced by ASU President Michael M. Crow.
The ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation and ASU Alumni Association are teaming up to explore the business of nonprofits.
Three professors from the College of Public Programs received honors at the 2014 ASU Faculty Awards ceremony.
The College of Public Programs and ASU Career Services are teaming up to offer a day highlighting careers in public service.
The Arizona State University Commission on the Status of Women recently announced award winners in the 15th annual outstanding achievement and contribution awards program.
Kim Davidson, a graduate student in the MSW/MPA dual degree program, and Jennifer Jermaine in the MPA program received the 2013-2014 Graduate and Professional Student Association Student Service Aw
The ASU Libraries announced that online access to The New York Times is now available to the ASU community. This subscription provides you with an online subscription to the nytimes.com site.
Scott Decker talked to members of law enforcement, social services, and others involved in crime prevention at the 2014 Danish Crime Prevention Day held April 8 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Decker, a F
Join us for the spring 2014 graduation reception and capstone project poster session presented by the graduating students of the Master of Nonprofit Studies (MNpS) program at ASU’s School of Commun
Ready or not… it’s time to start thinking about spring ceremonies.
Arizona State University Counseling Services recognizes that the end of the semester is a time that some students may be particularly susceptible to stress and anxiety related to academic and finan
The College of Public Porgrams College Council won the ASU Most Promising New Student Organization at the annual Pitchfork Awards held on April 3.
Woojin Lee, assistant professor in the School of Community Resources and Development has received the Outstanding Paper of 2013 award from the Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Technology.
Join us at Film Bar for the unveiling of the We Are Downtown documentary.
The recently established International Connections MOSAIC Club brings together undergraduate and graduate Sun Devils from all degree programs and academic disciplines who wish to meet other interna
Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the School of Social Work recently published a monograph highlighting the diverse and innovative research conducted by faculty and students.
Southwest Interdisciplinary Research Center Director Flavio Marsiglia has been selected as a recipient for the Google Award for Diversity and Inclusion. This award is part of the Arizona Stat
The Smart Cities Council, an industry coalition to improve the livability, workability and sustainability of the world’s cities, just released a new resource to help cities understand the financing
How can an “Ally” help a nonprofit organization?
States in the Western region of the United States are out front in implementing the Affordable Care Act (ACA), setting up insurance exchanges, expanding Medicaid coverage, or both, according to a n
Dr. Thom Reilly is the new director of the Morrison Institute for Public Policy, the state’s leading public policy think tank.
Cassandra Johnson, a Santa Monica Fellow working with the California Civic Innovation Project, recently authored a guest blog on the project and her work in ASU's California Center.
The ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Innovation is now accepting applications for the 2014 - 2015 Generation Next Nonprofit Leadership Academy (Gen Next), Class VII.
Kristy Holtfreter, associate professor, and Mike Reisig, professor, both in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, are among noted experts invited to speak at an upcoming conference examin
School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Nancy Rodriguez, DOJ-National Institutes of Justice
The Spirit of Service Scholars program honors outstanding students who are not only interested in pursuing careers in the public servic
ASU Foundation offers custom fundraising resource for use by entire university community
The College of Public Programs is partnering with Keep Phoenix Beautiful during the month of April to highlight public service and community involvement.
A collaborative art exhibit and event, “Peace of Mind: a Tribute to Debra Friedman’s Life and Legacy,” will take place on two dates in April at Obliq Gallery and Gallery LUxx at the Arizona Center,
In March, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer established the Arizona Human Trafficking Council, addressing one of the key priorities highlighted in her 2014 State of the State and policy agenda.
The secret to long life could be found among immigrants from other countries.
The Arizona State University Sustainability Initiatives Revolving Fund (SIRF) invests in large energy conservation and small campus-oriented projects across its four campuses that keep the universi
When a panel of experts asked to fix the military’s problem with sexual assaults needed someone to put the issue into context, it turned to Cassia Spohn, a professor in the School of Criminology an
Arizona State University is hosting the 2014 American Centers for Cultural Exchange Conference (ACCEX) to be held in Shenzhen on June 16-19, 2014, at the Langham, Shenzhen hotel.
The ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation recently held its 15th Annual Forum on Nonprofit Effectiveness on March 7 at the Sheraton Tucson Hotel & Suites in Tucso
In a final hurrah from Arizona State University, new graduate Jeff Malkoon sold as many possessions as he could, packed his bags and traveled to half-dozen Latin American countries for six months.
Sun Devil Select is a new alumni recognition program that celebrates the achievements of Sun Devil-owned and Sun Devil-led businesses across the globe.
Allison Ross was awarded an ASU Graduate Education Dissertation Fellowship for the 2014-2015 academic year. Chosen from a large number of applications submitted across the university, fewer than 25
Each semester and during the summer, the McCain Institute for International Leadership gives students and recent graduates the opportunity to gain work experience, research global issues, and explo
Pat's Run, which is taking place on Saturday, April 26 and is a Sun Devil tra
Join the Hance Park Conservancy and be the first to see the vision for making Hance Park an iconic urban destination in Phoenix.
Erik Johnston, director of the Center for Policy Informatics at Arizona State University, will join an elite group of international experts on a major effort to improve governance.
Are you ready to make a significant impact on your community? Public Allies Arizona is now accepting applications for the Public Allies 2014-2015 cohort.
School of Community Resources and Development
Robert Ashcraft-Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation, Arizona Governor’s Office for Children
The Go Government webinar series is designed for students interested in finding and applying for federal internships and jobs, as well as advisors looking for more information about federal opportu
The National Association of Social Workers named Maricopa County social worker Adrienne Decker-Delgado its Social Worker of the Year for her website FindHelpPhx.org, a one-stop reference for people
William Vega will be delivering the keynote lecture at the 12th Annual SIRC Research Conference, “People on the Move: Journeys of Resilience towards Health Equity,” to be held on April 4 at the She
Arizona State University's Committee for Campus Inclusion is acceptiing nominees for the 2014 Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion Award.
DEADLINE EXTENDED 3/31/14: THREE $10,000 NSF BROADBAND SEED GRANTS FOR INNOVATIVE USE, EVALUATION, & RESEARCH DATA REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
ASU's Decision Center for a Desert City hosts a water/climate briefing:
The Participatory Governance Initiative in the School of Public Affairs, part of the College of Public Programs, presents:
An international conference hosted by Arizona State University's College of Public Programs in Phoenix will bring together business, government and academic leaders to examine the latest economic i
Kennesha Jackson is a 2012 graduate of the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice. She administers a state victim's rights fund for the Arizona Attorney General's Office.
Please join the College of Public Programs for a special informal session with Jay Kopleman, a military veteran and author of the New York Times
With a background in sociology, Stephanie Ayers says that as associate director of research for Southwest Interdisciplinary Research Center (SIRC), she gets to put her sociologist lens to work in a
In a report released earlier this month, Kevin Desouza, professor and associate dean for research in the College of Public Programs, examines a new frontier for the public sector: big data.
The Victimology Section of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences will award its 2014 New Scholar Award to Kate Fox, an assistant professor in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, part
A portrait can take many forms. It can express thoughts, relationships, memory and even community.
Jay Kopelman, a military veteran and author of the New York Times bestselling memoir From Baghdad With Love: A Marine, the War, and a Dog Named Lava, will be giving a short talk on the Down
The McCain Institute for International Leadership will be hosting the first event of their Debate and Decision Series, "Drone Killing: Is it Helping or Hurting?" on Thursday, Febru
Universities as Partners in Global Development: A conversation with Arizona State University President Michael Crow
Do you have a project or research that you would like to showcase? Join us for Open Door @ Downtown Phoenix!
The Nonprofit Leadership Alliance (Alliance) presented professor Robert F.
ASU's Lodestar Center for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Innovation has partnered with the Howard G.
The ASU School of Criminology and Criminal Justice is hosting a Prosecutorial Discretion event on Thursday, Feb. 6th.
Founders' Day, Arizona State University's signature event, will honor alumni, philanthropists, faculty and staff members.
The ASU Alumni Association is hosting a Maroon & Golder Mixer at the Hard Rock Cafe in dowtown Phoenix on Wednesday, Feb. 26th.
The ABC’s of Finding a Job in Government
Thursday, February 20
Getting old isn’t what it used to be. Seniors are living fuller lives thanks, in part, to significant breakthroughs in research. But, sorting through all the clutter isn’t easy.
Scott Decker, foundation professor and director of the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice will present at the National Institute of Justice Real World seminar on February 26 in Washington,
The Nina Scholars program is dedicated to providing educational opportunities for individuals who would not normally received traditional academic scholarships, and whose personal commitments and f
With the spring semester off to a great start, it’s time to start thinking about selecting
Participatory Governance Initiative
New ASU center offers bridge to California communities
Mark Searle, professor in the School of Community Resources and Development, has been named deputy provost and chief of staff in the Office of the Provost.
Over 50 percent of CoPP students have a very high need level for financial aid.
Michael Shafer, a professor in the school of social work in the Arizona State University College of Public Programs in downtown Phoenix, shared on Arnold v.
David White, associate professor, School of Community Resources and Development and director, Decision Center for a Desert City
Robert Ashcraft, executive director of the Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation, and professor in the School of Community Resources and Developm
The need to expand preparation, response and management capabilities for various-scale emergencies has led to the creation of the Center for Emergency Management and Homeland Security (CEMHS) withi
Nearly 300 students in the College of Public Programs received degrees at the fall 2013 convocation.
Portraits tell stories and engage our imaginations. They help to show who we are through our variety, diversity and complexity.
The first weekend in March, Arizona State University opens its doors for a night of exploration and discovery.
David Swindell, associate professor, School of Public Affairs and director, Center for Urban Innovation
Arizona State University has been selected as one of 20 leading U.S.
Teri Kennedy, School of Social Work
Carl Bradford, football, B.S. criminal justice and criminology
Jamil Douglas, football, B.S., criminal justice and criminology
Graduate student John Gallagher, School of Social Work
Alex Miller and Jasmine Clarke-Telfer, both nonprofit leadership and management majors
Michael Reisig and Kristy Holtfreter, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Lodestar partners with Howard G. Buffett Foundation
The ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation and Public Allies Arizona received a grant from Public Allies National Office in the amount of $531,050, which equates to 43 active
The ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation and Public Allies Arizona received a grant from Public Allies National Office in the amount of $531,050, which equates to 43 active
Approaching the entrance to the Human Services Campus in central Phoenix, the gathered mass of people on the street provides a stark reminder of the vast need in our community.
Arizona State University’s College of Public Programs is leveraging its strengths in public service and policy, joining a national effort led by Harvard’s Institute of Politics (IOP) to encourage p