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Today’s heated political and social climate presents many challenges in realizing ASU’s commitment to creating an inclusive environment that empowers and gives voice to all members of the universit

As digital media use has exploded in Western nations, transforming communications, news sharing and business practices, it has done the same across Asia — but a pair of ASU researchers say there’s

Hugh Downs School of Human Communication Faculty and graduate students will showcase their papers, workshops and presentations at the National Communication Association's annual convention in Phila

From mastering a mental edge on the wrestling mat to traveling around the world on combat tours, Arizona State University alumnus Martin Sepulveda has discovered an unrelenting desire to conquer ob

Assistant professor Dr. Jonathan Pettigrew traveled to Nicaragua, Central America to answer that question.

Robert Shuter, research professor, and Pauline Hope Cheong, associate professor, recently completed two studies

As an Arizona native with nostalgic ties to Arizona State University, alumna Jovanna Anzaldua has a long family history at the university.

Recent Arizona State University graduate and member of the Sun Devil golf team Jon Rahm won the prestigious Jack Nicklaus National Player of the Year Award, becoming the second ASU student to recei

As students let slip their grasp on lazy summer days and head back to the classroom, there’s one thing they’re not likely to hand over: their cellphones.

From technology and talent recruitment to public relations, three Arizona State University alumni have discovered how entrepreneurship is elevated through human communication. 

Dr. Robert Shuter, research professor, was recently featured in the Huffington Post and on National Public Radio.

Dr. Benjamin Broome, professor, has been awarded the 2016 Jeffrey Z. Rubin Theory-to-Practice Award by the International Association for Conflict Management. IACM's Jeffrey Z.

Steven Corman, HDSHC professor and director of the CSC, has been awarded the International Communication Association's highest award for outstanding contributions to the Organizational Communicatio

Amira de la Garza, associate professor, will spend summer 2016 in Albacete, Spain as a Visiting Scholar at the Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha.

Driven by a passion to educate people about alcoholism and recovery, Arizona State University professor Linda Lederman aims to make a difference in the lives of many by fighting the stigma of weakn

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