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

Talk to 10 doctors or academics and you’ll get 10 different definitions of what the word “resilience” means.

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

For years John Carlson and Scott Ruston worked just steps from each other, but their paths never crossed.

Pauline Hope Cheong, associate professor, served as the Chair of the Doctoral Colloquium, at the annual conference of the Association of Internet Researchers on October 21, 2016.

Robert Shuter, research professor in the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication, has been granted a Fulbright Specialist award to share his expertise at the Hong Kong Baptist University School of

Pauline Hope Cheong, associate professor, was interviewed by Huffington Post for a live broadcast on The Power of Social Media Prayer, August 28, 2015.  The HuffPost Live segment, "Has Social Media

Three Hugh Downs School doctoral students were elected to serve as officers and representatives for the Graduate Women's Association for 2015-2016.

President: Sarah Jones

The ASU Forensics Speech Team continued a remarkable awards season, repeating their National Championship in Division II of the President’s Sweepstakes at the National Forensics Association Nationa

Students in professor Steven Corman’s Countering Violent Extremism class have launched a social media campaign to counteract the proliferation of cyber-terrorism.

James Qian, ASU junior and member of the ASU Forensics Team, won the Impromptu Speaking competition at the 2015 American Forensics Association’s National Individual Events Tournament held April 3-7

ASU seniors Peter Chotras and Rohit Rajat made it to the Sweet Sixteen in the Cross Examination Debate Association Nationals Tournament at Wichita State University on March 19-23.