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For their final semester, all School of Community Resources and Development students are required to pursue a 12-credit internship. Many of our students take advantage of the internship to advance their careers through opportunities out of state or abroad. As part of their internship requirements, all students give final presentations about their internships.
AE England events: 2/17; 3/9; and 3/16
ASU Lodestar Center executive director named to The Nonprofit Times 2012 Power & Influence Top 50 list
Dr. Gyan Nyaupane has been working with the City of Willcox studying their birding and nature festival. (www.willcoxrangenews.com/news/article_6652f198-6fdc-11e2-8979-001a4bcf887a.html)
Jackie Ginter, who graduates this semester, is featured as one of ASU's outstanding students: https://asunews.asu.edu/20120501_grad_ginter.
Follow Rebekka Goodman's blog at: http://www.theworldisabook13.blogspot.com/.
Tourism Development and Management Senior Guilia Molinaro was named the 2012 Pac-12 Golfer of the Year, the conference announced Tuesday. She's the fourth golfer in ASU history to earn the conference honor.
Dr. Robert Ashcraft, Director of the ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation, talks about what the Center is doing to advance and support Arizona’s nonprofit sector.
Kayla Uptain, spring 2012 graduate, has joined the Virgina Piper Sports & Fitness Team, as a Recreation Therapy Assistant.
Dave White appointed principal investigator and co-director at the Decision Center for a Desert City (DCDC) at Arizona State University
Learn about the Child Life Certificate program! Applications due November 15th!
The CNP certification (formerly American Humanics) provides classroom and co-curricular activities that enhance your academic program. Check out the video for more information about the CNP certificate!
ASU students in the NLM 160 class and the seniors from the Downtown Phoenix area spend a magical time together at the Salvation Army Laura Danieli Senior Activity Center on Wednesday, April 17. The event was a celebration of a class project, in which 52 students, and the seniors attending the center shared their gifts and talents with each other. Major Bob Rudd from the Salvation Army and Professor Richard Knopf from the School of Community Resources and Development, and other guests at the event reflected on the significance of the newly established partnership. As part of the class project, students, divided into 9 teams, carried out activities to support development efforts of the Senior Center. We are looking forward to furthering the collaboration in the future!
Students, faculty and staff joined at the Orpheum Theatre in Downtown Phoenix to celebrate the spirit and achievements of the ASU community this school year.
Congratulations to Craig Talmage for this honor!