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May 5, 2016

This Year, Women’s Philanthropy Group Supports Health Research At ASU

Researchers at Arizona State University are combatting disease and ill health in myriad ways—from examining microscopic stem cells in the Biodesign Institute to developing comprehensive programs of study in the College of Hea

April 11, 2016

ASU To Develop Continuing Care 'Life Plan' Facility — Integrating Education, Culture, Health Care And Intergenerational Childcare Programs

Arizona State University, in collaboration with the Arizona State University Foundation and Pacific Retirement Services, will develop a university-based life plan community near the corner of University Drive and Mill Avenue on ASU’s campus and within steps of downtown Tempe’s restaurants and cul

January 19, 2016

Mike and Cindy Watts to be honored as Philanthropists of the Year

Mike and Cindy Watts are being honored at Founders' Day for their generous civic involvement and investment, a passion that began with their west Phoenix neighborhood of Maryvale and now extends to the Arizona State University community.

Cindy and Mike Watts are being honored at Founders'

December 2, 2015

Q&A: Janet Nevarez, engineer and Doran Community Scholarship recipient

Doran Community Scholar and junior aerospace engineering student Janet Nevarez tells us how private support helped enable her passion for outer space and beyond.

What are you studying? What drew you to that field of study?

I am currently a junior majoring in ae

October 2, 2015

Mary Lou Fulton, One of ASU’s Most Generous Supporters, Dies at 82

Mary Lou Fulton, an alumna of Arizona State University and one of its most generous supporters, died Thursday. She was 82.

Fulton and her husband, Ira A. Fulton, are the largest individual donors in the university’s history.

Visitors need only walk through campus to realize the impa

September 23, 2015

Two ASU Scholarships Aim to Promote LDS Graduation Rates

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ first settlers in the Valley of the Sun arrived in 1877 in the area that would become Mesa. What began as a few families of settlers has grown to a population of nearly half a million in Arizona today.

Arizona State University is dedicated t

September 16, 2015

ASU president, spouse give $1.2M to boost new Public Service Academy

Couple endow directorship for first program to integrate civilian and military leadership training for service-oriented undergraduates

Arizona State University President Michael Crow and his wife, Sybil Francis, announced today a $1.2 million commitment to fund the directorship of the ASU