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Research Professor Robert Shuter and Associate Professor Pauline Hope Cheong examined students' overt and clandestine uses of Smartphones and laptops in university classrooms in US, Europe and Asia

Matthew Desmond is an ASU alum and a sociologist at Harvard.

Editor’s note: It was announced on April 10, 2017, that ASU grad and Harvard Associate Professor Matthew

Barber Marvin Davis takes pride in knowing his clients’ likes and dislikes. He knows how high to cut their hair, knows when they’re due for a shave and when they aren’t feeling their best.

Doctoral student Luke Brenneman was awarded a Spring 2016 Athletics Research Grant, co-sponsored by GPSA and the Sun Devil Athletics Operations Board.

Television legend and Emmy Award winner Hugh Downs joined Lawrence Krauss, director of the Origins Project, for "An Origins Project Dialogue, Seventy Years of Life on TV: Politics, Religion, Sex an

A theoretical physicist and a television host sit down and talk about sex, religion, news, science, Pope Francis, Donald Trump, and Ike’s post-presidential golf game.

Television legend and Emmy Award winner Hugh Downs will sit down with Arizona State University’s Lawrence Krauss for an intimate discussion on politics, religion, sex and science.

When helmets clacked together during Sunday’s Super Bowl 50, the echoes might have been heard differently than in years past. Call it the concussion awareness effect.

Lisa van Raalte, doctoral student with the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication, was awarded a $6000 NCAA grant to conduct research on student athletes.

Hugh Downs School faculty and doctoral students will receive top paper awards and recognitions at the annual Western States Communication Association convention in San Diego, California on February

On Jan 14-15, six Arizona State University Forensics (speech) Team students competed on the University of Texas-Austin campus at the 17th annual "Hell Froze Over" Tournament and brought home top-pl

Editor's note: This is part of a series highlighting new faculty members at Arizona State University

The world remains abuzz this morning about Donald Trump’s proposed ban on Muslims entering the United States.

Editor's note: This story is part of a series of student profiles that are

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