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Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2019 c
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Arizona State University Professor Carol Lynn Martin contributed to a groundbreaking new study on transgender and cisgender children’s developmen
Latino youth and young adults born and raised in United States who are fluent in English and steeped in American culture still feel excluded from this country. Though they are politically active an
The U.S. Department of State and the J.
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is the largest and most diverse academic unit at Arizona State University.
Ahwatukee Foothills News reporter Becky Bracken encourages parents to speak to their kids about racism amid discussion about a proposed senior prank at Desert Vista High School.
Tamales, churros, raspados, elotes. On the streets of Los Angeles, the hands that serve these dishes from the shade of a vending cart may belong to a child with a special family role.
Arizona State University’s Institute for Social Science Research recently announced the winners of their spring 2019 poster contest. Among them was Annabelle Atkin, a graduate student from the T.
In a recent article by The Arizona Republic, author Karina Bland delves into the pressure to be a "perfect mom." She writes, “Google the phrase 'perfect mom,' and more than 260,000 results pop up,
Less than a year after the groundwork was first laid for a collaboration between Arizona State University and Kenyatta University in Nairobi, Kenya, a delegation
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Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring
This Tuesday, April 23, marks the inaugural Arizona State University Undergraduate Research P
Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2019
The Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA) at Arizona State University recognizes graduate and professional students who exemplify excellence in education and classroom instruction.
Arizona State University's Graduate and Professional Student Association recently announced winners from six different award categories.
Leigh McLean, an assistant research professor in the T.
Mary Doyle and Karissa Greving Mehall, co-directors of the MAS-MFT program in Arizona State University’s T.
For Adisa Podrug, an alumna of Arizona State University’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, justice was a concept learned ear
A specialized program at ASU has trained nearly 200 students who have entered the workforce in careers that have a positive and profound impact on society.
Hispanic and Latino youth are more likely to drink alcohol at a younger age than their African-American and non-Hispanic Caucasian peers, but they are less likely to receive treatment for substance
Leigh McLean of Arizona State University’s T.
Connor Sheehan, a professor at ASU's T.
On Tuesday, Dec.
Perceptive residents of downtown Phoenix may already be aware of the latest mural to crop up in the city’s ever-growing collection.
“If you put your problems in a bag, would you take your own or someone else’s?”
If you’ve been tempted lately to pull a Jughead and draw pupils on your closed eyelids to catch a few extra Z’s in your morning meetings, you’re not alone.
Military personnel are often thought of as strong, adaptable and resilient men and women who make great sacrifices to protect our country.
In 1776, when members of the Second Continental Congress met at the Pennsylvania State House in Philadelphia to sign a document declaring the Thirteen Colonies’ independence from the Kingdom of Gre
Starting college is exciting and liberating, but sometimes it can be overwhelming or stressful. Many college students end up feeling depressed or anxious.
In 1954, a group of 32 social scientists led by Kenneth B. Clark, an African-American psychologist, filed a brief with the U.S.
Schools that install a lot of indoor cameras may not be improving security while in fact making children feel less safe, a U.S. study suggests.
New research by an Arizona State University professor shows that some methods of addressing security in schools may actually make students feel less safe.
This April, the United Nations Academic Impact and Millennium Campus Network launched the Millennium Fellowship.
Recent and ongoing changes to U.S.
Amy Pennar, a former Arizona State University doctoral student in family and human development at the T.
While the policies for separating children from their parents or guardians at the U.S.-Mexico border have recently changed, there are still many concerns about the short- and long-term effects suff
In late May, Professor Nina Berman of the School of International Letters and Cultures, Professor Beth Blue Swadener of the School of Social Transformation and Lecturer Paul Quinn, director of the
Editor's note: This is part of a series investigating gun violence from many angles
Guns — few issues evoke as much passion and raw emotion from almost all corners of society. No matter what your opinion of them is, they are a defining part of what it means to be an American.
With more than 2,000 children currently separated from their parents as a result of recent border policies, the U.S. is in the midst of a humanitarian crisis.
American flag bunting, barbecues, Bomb Pops and John Philip Sousa: We all know the trappings of a great July Fourth celebration.
Larissa Gaias recently received her PhD from Arizona State University's T.
High school sometimes seems like a Darwinian environment: survival is dependent on keeping up with the crowd, creating barriers, and maintaining the status quo.
We are often quick to thank military personnel for their service, but do we really offer the necessary support for them and their families?
A recent viral video showing two women vandalizing a local mosque while sharing their ideology with three young children brought the topics of hate (and hate crimes) and tolerance back to the foref
On Tuesday, May 8, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University will recognize its highest achieving students from the social sciences, natural sciences and humanities
Dating back to the mid-16th century, the term “tomboy” has undergone changes in both gender and definition.
How do students cope and find meaning when they begin to question the faith they’ve grown up with?
Immigration uncertainty is causing headaches — literally — for millions of Latino parents across the country, regardless of their legal status.
“Gunfire Erupts at a School. Leaders Offer Prayers. Children Are Buried. Repeat.”
Michelle Missler, a master's degree recipient in sociology, from Arizona State University's T.
A new demographic of never-married women in their 40s who have children has emerged in recent years, in sharp contrast to traditional family models like the so-called "nuclear family."
Cammy Bellis, from Arizona State University's T.
Arizona State University’s Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics has surpassed Harvard in the Center for World University Rankings on fa
Social media can be extremely useful when you have something to shout from the rooftops — like, say, groundbreaking research — and indeed, many scholars regularly use it so.
Meet Carlos Valiente, PhD, an associate professor in the T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics.
Meet Tracy Spinrad, PhD, a professor in the T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics.
Meet Rebecca White, PhD, an associate professor in the T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics.
Meet Natalie Wilkens, PhD, an assistant professor in the T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics.
T. Denny Sanford’s name is associated with major philanthropic gifts throughout the U.S.
Sarah Lindstrom Johnson. assistant professor from Arizona State University’s T.
On Tuesday, Dec.12, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University will recognize its highest achieving students from the social sciences, n
The Girl Scouts have put out a notice reminding parents and others that girls shouldn’t feel fo
Last year, for the first time ever, the T.
While Thanksgiving has passed, the holiday season remains in full swing with many more family get-togethers approaching.
Professionals whose college days are behind them still need to learn new skills to stay at the top of their game, and Arizona State University has launched a new way to do that.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse and Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research has awarded Kit Elam, an assistant professor at Arizona State Uni
Richard Fabes, from Arizona State University's T.
According to the most recent U.S.
The “talk” parents are having with their children about sex is undergoing a sea change.
It’s First Friday at the Children’s Museum in Phoenix, Arizona.
A $7 million grant from the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD), of the National Institutes of Health, will fund a specialized research “Center for Excellence” at A
Shock, sadness, fear, anger, confusion. Life as they know it just took a dramatic turn for hundreds of people in the aftermath of this weekend’s deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas.
On a recent Saturday morning in September, a small group of people files into a room at Arizona State University’s Counseling Training Center on the Tempe campus.
Rolling a ball to a baby can be adorable fun, but it’s also a way to build a crucial bond that can affect the child’s emotional growth.
Local NBC 12 News recently sought the expert advice of Arizona State University's Megan Pratt to address the controversy about delaying kids from kindergarten to ensure they’re mentally ready.
Three graduate students from Arizona State University’s T.
Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2017 commencement.
Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2017 commencement.
The wood-burning fireplace is now a reading nook and the once-bare walls are covered with bright posters, but the Child Development Lab at Arizona State University is much the same as when it start
On Tuesday, May 9, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University will recognize its highest achieving students from the social sciences, natural sciences and humanities at th
From visiting one of the most beautiful Nordic cities, to exploring interpersonal relationships on beaches in Fiji, to understanding the integration of science and humanities in Italy, Arizona Stat
As the federal government wrangles over the rights of transgender students, an Arizona State University expert says that politics aside, schools can still create an affirming environment for those
A study published Monday by ASU psychology professor Gary Ladd found that contrary to popular assumptions, bullying is mor
From being a first-generation college student to catching a notorious bank robber featured on "America’s Most Wanted," Arizona State University alumnus Manuel J.
Researchers have known for some time that certain environmental factors in a neighborhood — adequate lighting, access to green space, safe crosswalks — can affect the happiness of its residents.
On Tuesday, Dec.
“He” and “she” are short words, but they are a big deal for young people who are transgender.
Arizona State University (ASU) graduate student, Millicent Pepion, received a letter from the President of the United States, President Barack Obama, in a response to a letter she wrote to him earl
A look at the spring 2016 Outstanding Graduates award winners, who are chosen from each college to be honored during Arizona State University's Graduate Commencement.
Editor's note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2016 commencement.
On Tuesday, May 10, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University will recognize its highest-achieving students from the social sciences, natural sciences and humanities at t
Thanks to a recent award from the National Science Foundation (NSF), Arizona State University’s Ira A.
Dean James Ryan announces three postdoctoral fellows as part of the newly developed Dean's Postdoctoral Fellowship for Faculty Development.
To get an idea of how increasingly diversified the United States has become, all one has to do is look to the current occupants of the polestar of American iconography: the White House.
Editor's note: This story is part of a series of student profiles that are
We'd like to take a moment to congratulate Bridget Seeley and her husband, Bret Seeley, for receiving The Foster Parents of the Year Award from
Driven by a burning desire to succeed in a competitive workforce, four remarkable alumni from Arizona State University have gone above and beyond in their professional careers to create positive ch
Editor's note: Leading up to Homecoming, we'll be running several stories a week on ASU alumni.
America is largely a country of immigrants.
The Ethnic Minorities Section of the National Council on Fam
Each year, the Commission on the Status of Women seeks to honor those individuals, groups or teams whose efforts most exemplify and further the mission of the CSW.
Vanessa Sandoval, a Sanford School student, has been awarded
Congratulations to Larissa Gais and Diana Gal for winning the ASU competition for the Hult Prize 2015 Challenge in Early Childhood Education.
The first publicly available rankings of Human Development/F
Arizona State University President Michael Crow, Phoenix May
ASU President Michael Crow, Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton and First Lady Nicole Stanton are taking an active stance against bullying with the announcement of the creation of the Dion Initiative for Ch
The Zebulon Pearce Distinguished Teaching Awards were established in memory of Zebulon Pearce, who graduated from Territorial Normal School at Tempe (now ASU) with teacher's credentials in 1899.
Congratulations to Natalie D.