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March 6, 2015

Lewis family commits $1M in scholarships for ASU honors students

The ASU Foundation for A New American University and Arizona State University President Michael Crow have announced a $1 million commitment from Arizona business owners Tom and Jan Lewis that will fund scholarships for high-potential student leaders in

February 3, 2015

ASU professor builds on legacy with new scholarship

Wendy Hultsman says she has always wanted to create a scholarship at Arizona State University, where she has taught for 25 years.

Recently, she made that happen with a pledge of $50,000 through ASU’s New American University program, which enables faculty and staff to create scholarship end

November 26, 2014

Giving Tuesday: giving students a chance to succeed

The ASU Foundation is harnessing the Giving Tuesday movement this year on behalf of ASU students, raising funding for scholarships through its Sun Devil Family Associati

November 24, 2014

With all the trimmings: annual Thanksgiving meal is tip of the iceberg when it comes to community support of ASU students

George Washington proclaimed the first nationwide thanksgiving observance in 1789. Abraham Lincoln took it a step further in 1863, issuing a document of recommendation that a “day of thanksgiving” be set aside by “the whole American People.” Franklin Delano Roosevelt agreed to a Congressional res

November 19, 2014

ASU elevates men's ice hockey to NCAA level

Ray Anderson, Arizona State vice president of university athletics, has announced the elevation of the ASU Men’s Ice Hockey program to NCAA Division I status.

The announcement makes men's ice hockey Sun Devil Athletics’ 23rd NCAA-sponsored sport. The Sun Devil hockey team currently plays i

November 17, 2014

ASU Foundation generates $147M in support of university

ASU Foundation for A New American University topped $147 million in new gifts and commitments from nearly 100,000 donors in 2013-2014, one of many milestones reached during the organization’s 59th year of support for Arizona State University.

September 22, 2014

Beus gift to law school reflects affinity for ASU, concern for fellow citizens

When Leo and Annette Beus arrived in Arizona in 1970, he was fresh out of law school and the young couple was, he says, “starting out broke.”

When it came time to donate to their most cherished causes, Arizona State University didn’t make the list. As a graduate of Brigham Young University

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