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For three years in a row, Arizona State University has ranked #1 university in the country for innovation by U.S. News and World Report, ahead of Stanford and MIT. Read stories from the students who are innovating—solving problems, inventing technologies and changing the world.
Elijah Smith and Jenna Fitzgerald piloted the M&G Drive this April, a project that asks students to spend their surplus meal-plan funds to combat hunger.
Students participated in pitch competitions, performances, art displays and exhibits to celebrate the many ways that ASU students are changing the world.
Get a preview of what's in store at the Change the World showcase and competition on March 27, 5-7 p.m. at Sun Devil Stadium.
ASU's student body presidents have a special invitation to the entire Sun Devil Nation: Don't miss Change the World on March 27, 2019.
Visitors got the chance to hold live snakes, play with robots and more at ASU Open Door 2019.
ASU students effect change through volunteering, building cultural bridges, expanding access to education and more. How are you changing the world?
ASU senior Alpha Ngwenya is a first-generation student from Zimbabwe, and he’s determined to create a world where everyone cares about the problems of others.
The Change the World event on March 27, 2019, at Sun Devil Stadium will be an unprecedented celebration of ASU student innovation.
Hunter Colleran and Thomas Anderson are more than just W. P. Carey students, they are also co-host’s of ASU’s first and only student-led podcast “Getting Down to Business”. Learn how it got started, the process of recording it, and where to listen.
Take a tour of ASU’s green practices. ASU is home to the first school of sustainability in the country, being the first to offer it as a major. ASU takes major steps in creating a green campus, such as us 73,500 megawatts (MWh) of renewable energy each year, instead of fossil fuels.
The Digital Creative Studio in ASU's recently redesigned Memorial Union provides students with a convenient space on campus to conceptualize, shoot, edit and produce captivating multimedia pieces.