Fulbright Scholar Information Sessions April 15 and 23


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Fulbright Scholar Information Sessions April 15 and 23

If you are considering applying this year or in the future, you can learn more about the Fulbright Scholars program, important strategies for applying and ASU resources available to support your Fulbright goals.

2020 National Academy of Science Award winners

Watch Live: 2020 National Academy of Sciences Awards Ceremony

The 2020 NAS Awards will be webcast live on Sunday, April 26, beginning at 1:30 p.m. Arizona time. Among the winners is sustainability scientist Lindy Elkins-Tanton, recipient of the Arthur L. Day Prize and Lectureship.


COVID-19 linked to environmental degradation

Leah Gerber recommends solutions to combat future infectious diseases and predicts that if we do not enforce action to alleviate environmental degradation, pandemics will occur more frequently around the globe.

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Silicon Kingdom Holdings funds ASU carbon-capture machines

A unique carbon-capture machine developed by ASU Professor Klaus Lackner has moved into the next stage of development with funding from SKH.


A message about COVID-19 from Peter Schlosser

In these trying times, Global Futures Laboratory Vice President Peter Schlosser shares ideas and resources to support each other and our community.

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How families can thrive in this pandemic

Struggling to find balance and do it all? Striving for “good enough” as a baseline can reduce our stress and sense of failure, which can actually improve our parenting and connections.

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ICYMI: COVID-19 ASU Research Updates

In case you missed it, this message was distributed by Dave White on Monday, April 6, on behalf of Ann Marie Hess, Global Futures Laboratory capture manager, with COVID-19 research updates and resources.

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ASU Apocalyptic Narratives project wins Luce/ACLS grant

The project, Apocalyptic Narratives and Climate Change: Religion, Journalism, and the Challenge of Public Engagement, combines research on the apocalyptic religious thinking with training in the literature of social change.

Roseland rethinks sustainable cities amid social distancing

Social distancing raises profound questions for our approaches to sustainable cities. When this is over, we can’t simply “go back.” The world has changed and we must go forward — in the right direction.

Meg Lowman

RSVP for Wrigley Lecture with “CanopyMeg” Lowman

Referred to as “the real-life Lorax” by National Geographic, Lowman has dedicated three decades to the exploration of tree canopies and is one of the first pioneers in the field of treetop science. Register today to join us April 28.