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February 7, 2014

Professor of the Year program takes new direction to support students

A new direction in the Sun Devil Family Association’s Professor of the Year program will help provide seven additional scholarships, totaling $28,000, to deserving students.

Prior to this year, the Professor of the Year program centered on an annual ceremony to recognize and provide financ

January 16, 2014

ASU Foundation welcomes new transaction manager

Mollie Jackson has recently joined the ASU Foundation for A New American University as transaction manager of the Assets Department. Reporting directly to M. Randall Levin, senior vice president and managing director of assets, Jackson will manage the acquisition and disposition processes o

December 20, 2013

Service changes lives

As Ariel Hernandez wheels a patient from the front desk of St. Joseph’s Hospital to her room, he pays special attention to her mood. Does she seem agitated? Calm? If she is receptive, he will gently ask how she is doing and if she will need anything once she gets settled in. A volunteer escort at

December 20, 2013

ASU Foundation and OKED partnership brings ASU research projects to life

More than half of all adolescents and teens have been bullied online through rumors, threats, hacked accounts, sexually suggestive content and other damaging behaviors. But well over half of these victims never tell their parents about the abuse.

BullyBlocker, a new tool being developed by

November 4, 2013

Cronkite alum keeps supporters in mind while landing position with NBC

It is never too late to seek support as a student.

Jarrod Nelson had only one more semester remaining at ASU’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication when he applied for the Arizona Broadcasters Association (ABA) scholarship. He was an out-of-state student taking class

September 27, 2013

Papp's service to ASU Foundation 'inspiring to others'

Harry Papp knows what it means to serve. From wild animals to bottom lines, he has volunteered his time and expertise to advance such community treasures as the Phoenix Zoo, Community Health Charities of Arizona, The Desert Botanical Garden, The Phoenix Art Museum, Ballet Arizona and Arizona Stat

September 4, 2013

Saftig to lead major fundraising efforts at ASU Foundation

Daniel P. Saftig, a fundraising professional with a 30-year track record of success, will join the Arizona State University Foundation for A New American University on Sept. 1, foundation CEO R.F. “Rick” Shangraw, Jr. has announced. Saftig’s appointment coincides with the continued expansion of r

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