February 25, 2015 Alumni returns to deliver keynote for annual Local to Global Justice festival
Former Justice Studies Ph.D. student, Denisee Roca Servat, makes her return to ASU to deliver keynote address.
February 16, 2015 Student poem published in book analyzing death of Trayvon Martin
The poem, "I Am Not a Dog," by justice studies student Rashaad Thomas was published in a book that looks at the implications surrounding the murder of Trayvon Martin and his killer's acquittal.
February 12, 2015 ASU to host 14th Annual Local to Global Justice Forum & Festival
Arizona State University will be holding a weekend-long event that seeks to connect local diversity, sustainability, social justice and human rights issues to larger global struggles. The event will be held from Feb 27-March 1.
February 10, 2015 Civil rights activist Mary Frances Berry to speak at ASU
Mary Frances Berry, former chair of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, will speak at ASU on Feb. 25. Her talk is titled "Achieving Justice & Opportunity in the 21st Century: Now is the Time."
February 10, 2015 Civil rights activist Mary Frances Berry to speak at ASU
Mary Frances Berry, former chair of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, will speak at ASU on Feb. 25. Her talk is titled "Achieving Justice & Opportunity in the 21st Century: Now is the Time."
February 4, 2015 Alumni Spotlight: Thomas Horejes, executive director of DEAF, Inc.
After graduating from the School of Social Transformation with three degrees, Thomas Horejes has dedicated his life to raising awareness for the deaf community and serving the broader society.
February 2, 2015 New degree to help students address challenges relating to women and gender
The School of Social Transformation announces the launch of its new Women and Gender Studies master's degree program for Fall 2015.
January 28, 2015 Ph.D. student named top 25 to watch in 2015
Richard Luarkie, Ph.D. student at the School of Social Transformation, is named to Global Gaming Business Magazine's, "25 People to Watch."
January 15, 2015 Lecture to address 'Faith, Death, and Freedom on the Arizona Frontier'
Luis Cabrera, a political scientist at Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia, will discuss how unauthorized immigration can be viewed as a practice of global citizenship in a free public lecture, Jan. 21, at Arizona State University.
January 15, 2015 Lecture to address 'Faith, Death, and Freedom on the Arizona Frontier'
Luis Cabrera, a political scientist at Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia, will discuss how unauthorized immigration can be viewed as a practice of global citizenship in a free public lecture, Jan. 21, at Arizona State University.