Darien Keane will spend the month of July halfway across the world teaching communication to benefit students of another country.

The Arizona Debate Institute, hosted by Arizona State University, is the largest summer debate institute for college students in the nation.

“There’s an app for that!” has become a common saying that now applies to many aspects in the religious realm, according to Pauline Cheong, professor in Arizona State University's Hugh Downs

Doctoral student Ashley Wheeler believes in the importance of protecting cultural world heritage.

Amy Rajnisz was that one student in high school who could never answer the question: "What do you want to be when you grow up?"

Elena Steiner has always wanted to travel beyond U.S. borders to see what intercultural educators, trainers, and researchers are doing and talking about in the “rest of the world."

International funding has allowed Jonathan Pettigrew to travel to Cardiff University, DECIPHer unit, in Wales, United Kingdom to develop a collaboration on an international project to create a theo

Doctoral student Colter Ray's 2016 TEDTalk on communicating support to people with cancer has earned him the 2017 Graduate College's Knowledge Mobilization Impact Award:Leading Through Knowledge En

Dr. Heewon Kim, assistant professor in the Hugh Downs School, has been awarded the 2017 Health in the Social Sciences Award from the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences. Dr.

Nine doctoral students in the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication received Teaching Excellence Awards for 2016-2017 by the Graduate and Professional Students Association on April 20, 2017.

On Tuesday, May 9, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University will recognize its highest achieving students from the social sciences, natural sciences and humanities at th

It was a strong weekend for Sun Devils at the National Forensics Association Nationals last weekend: Arizona State University senior Kohinoor Singh Gill placed first in the Impromptu Speaking compe

Hugh's Angels took flight during a traditional graduate student "board game night" marathon.

Six Arizona State University students from the forensics team placed 15th at the prestigious National Individual Events Tournament (NIET).

Michael Kimmel, professor of sociology and gender studies at Stony Brook-State University of New York, is one of the world’s leading experts on men and masculinity.