December 30, 2022

  • ASU, Mexico partner to boost semiconductor production in North America 
  • Mexican higher ed leaders get ‘Fifth Wave’ insight
  • Commission invests $200k for semiconductor push
  • ASU debuts at Guadalajara International Book Fair
  • Arizona-Mexico Commission recognizes ASU’s work
  • Business Insider Mexico reports on ASU virtual reality smell research
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October 25, 2022

  • ASU, US-Mexico Foundation host Ambassador Moctezuma Barragán in California Center
  • Center expands ASU’s presence in nation’s capital
  • Video highlights Yaqui Nation cooperation in Sonora 
  • Convergance Lab hosts 'sportswashing' talk in Mexico City
  • Sonoran students complete, laud ASU online classes
  • ASU expert talks climate change with Mexico's El Universal
  • Students advance project with Mexico pork exporter
  • ASU, UABC pursue increased academic collaboration
  • Essay: Mexico City’s hand-painted signs under threat
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August 18, 2022

  • ASU, US-Mexico Foundation host Ambassador Moctezuma Barragán in California Center
  • Center expands ASU’s presence in nation’s capital
  • Video highlights Yaqui Nation cooperation in Sonora 
  • Convergance Lab hosts 'sportswashing' talk in Mexico City
  • Sonoran students complete, laud ASU online classes
  • ASU expert talks climate change with Mexico's El Universal
  • Students advance project with Mexico pork exporter
  • ASU, UABC pursue increased academic collaboration
  • Essay: Mexico City’s hand-painted signs under threat

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June 6, 2022

  • ASU president addresses innovation at Innova Forum
  • ASU Art Museum hosts popular Mexican ‘luchadores’
  • Binational symposium explores latest cancer research 
  • ‘Mexico Today Spotlight’ explores binational medical research
  • ASU experts discuss COVID-19 with ‘El Economista’
  • Convergence Lab hosting talk on Mexican food travels
  • Transborder school advances COLEF collaboration
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May 2, 2022

  • ASU, Sonora to increase cross-border collaboration
  • Norson binational engineering capstone to continue
  • Law professor testifies at electoral tribunal hearing
  • Transborder studies, UABC conduct binational forum
  • Social work students give Hermosillo trip 'thumbs up'
  • Workshop promotes sustainable tourism in Sky Island borderlands
  • Mexico experts discuss femicide crisis at symposium

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February 28, 2022

  • Crow: Leverage crisis to transform education, future
  • Tia Foundation, ASU bring medical care to Sonora Yaqui Nation
  • APLU supports academic freedom in Mexico
  • Immigrant alumna leads nonprofit to help migrants
  • UABC grad students prep for careers with ASU course
  • UAEM faculty recognized for REMOTE participation
  • Simbiosis hosting free journalism live talks in April

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December 30, 2021

  • Binational convocation explores value of universities
  • ASU assists in advancing Mexico’s judicial system
  • Mexican universities offered special REMOTE invite
  • Students present final data to Sonoran pork producer
  • Thousands complete ‘active learning’ course in 2021
  • New program introduces students to social work, personal growth in Hermosillo
  • El COLEF border seminar features transborder faculty
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November 30, 2021

  • Tec, U.S. schools seek to advance neurotechnology
  • ASU promotes entrepreneurship at Mexico’s ANUIES international conference
  • Proposal: Let ‘everyday people’ govern the border
  • UABC partnership moving forward on multiple fronts
  • Binational panel analyzes online privacy, protection
  • Students exchange ideas during COIL virtual forum
  • U.S. & Mexico: Shared water, shared solutions
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October 29, 2021

  • Mexico's ambassador to U.S. visits Arizona State
  • COIL lecture explores U.S.-Mexico interdependence
  • Universidad de Guadalajara learns about ASU’s approach to innovation 
  • Cronkite School launches series of Mexico initiatives
  • ASU, UABC hold binational virtual tourism talk
  • ASU, Tec students work to improve Norson business processes
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September 30, 2021

  • ASU museum celebrates Mexico’s Independence Day
  • Alliance seeks to improve public education across Mexico  
  • New Google collaboration spotlights Latino history
  • STS dean shares community-based learning practices
  • U.S. policy in Latin America explored at security forum
  • Dentistry students sharpen English skills with Global Launch 
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August 31, 2021

  • Students return to ASU campuses in record numbers
  • ASU delegation meets with top Mexico officials
  • Sonorans complete Era of Active Learning course
  • Dr. Velez-Ibáñez recognized with anthropology award
  • NSF calls for increased international collaboration
  • UABC, ASU collaboration advancing COIL initiative
  • Mexico strongly represented at ‘REMOTE’ summit
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July 30, 2021

  • Mexico’s U.S. ambassador meets with ASU delegation
  • Sonora governor-elect U.S. trip includes ASU meeting
  • Universidad de Guadalajara pursuing transformation
  • Arizona Chamber of Commerce values Mexico
  • Marsiglia earns national society’s Presidential Award
  • Alumna unites science, art with Puerto Peñasco mural
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June 30, 2021

  • Sonora, ASU formalize academic collaboration 
  • Softball alumnae to compete in Olympic debut with Team Mexico 
  • Dialogue addresses challenges of U.S.-Mexico border
  • UNISON expands access to ‘Universal Learner’ courses
  • Promoting nature-based solutions in border cities
  • Binational workshop explores political disinformation
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April 30, 2021

  • Hispanic students continue to thrive at Arizona State
  • Renewed agreement expands UNAM collaboration
  • ASU, Dell Technologies Mexico ‘Tech Talk’ focuses on educational models
  • Lalo Alcaraz joins ASU school as artist-in-residence
  • Convergence Lab, Tec de Monterrey panel weighs-in on medical innovation without borders
  • Border talk gives Latin American academics insight
  • ASU cybersecurity expert shares knowledge during UNITEC Engineering Week
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March 31, 2021

  • ASU returning to in-person classes for fall semester
  • Sonora governor, ASU president speak with ‘Age of Active Learning’ grads
  • ASU alumna to serve as next UNISON president
  • Convergence Lab talks ‘three sports, two countries, one fan base’
  • ASU, UNISON co-teach to advance drug prevention effort in Mexico
  • ASU joins Sonora’s ‘International Education Day’
  • Mexican consulate celebrates Latin women in higher ed, hosts ASU faculty
  • Academic collaboration with UABC moves forward
  • Essay: Exploring Mexico City’s Museo del Enervante
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February 26, 2021

  • COVID-19 vaccination site opens at ASU stadium
  • Alumna’s nonprofit helping thousands in rural Mexico
  • New student capstone program moves forward 
  • Biochemist with ties to Mexico, ASU designing vaccines at Moderna
  • Faculty exchange continues justice work in Mexico
  • Convergence Lab hosting journalism challenges talk 
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December 30, 2020

  • Presidents embrace higher education’s ‘fifth wave,’ sign online student exchange agreement 
  • Napolitano gives law school ‘Victims’ Voice’ keynote   
  • Graduate college secures Mexico-U.S. award to research sustainable farming
  • First binational student capstone program debuts in Sonora in 2021  
  • Tecnológico de Monterrey among Hackathon winners
  • Sonora students heading toward ASU online courses
  • ‘Animal Político’ features ASU turtle researcher 
  • Convergence Lab hosts misinformation webinar 
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October 30, 2020

  • Mexico COVID-19 model points to response complexities, provides future framework 
  • Mexico, U.S. ambassadors discuss digital diplomacy 
  • Universities host North American economic symposium
  • Top luminaries gather virtually for 11th GSV summit   
  • Demand for UDI’s active learning course continues
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September 30, 2020

  • ASU ranked No. 1 in innovation for 6th year by U.S. News & World Report
  • UNISON gets inside look at ‘ASU Sync’ modality
  • Sonora, ASU continue offering seminars to improve learning outcomes
  • México consulate hosts political participation seminar
  • ‘Futbol’ soccer stars discuss future of sport at Convergence Lab event
  • UNAM, ASU faculty collaboration leads to book on reshaping of U.S. immigration
  • ASU Latino community engagement ‘step ahead’ of 2020 ‘Decade of Healthy Aging’ designation
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August 31, 2020

  • ASU president provides perspective on campus return
  • Sonoran becomes first student from México enrolled in ASU Prep Digital
  • School of Transborder Studies going green in Nogales 
  • How U.S. Ambassador to México became a Twitter star
  • UABC, ASU explore bilingual internship program
  • México contingent among largest at REMOTE summit 
  • ASU-México panel explores empathy during crisis
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June 30, 2020

  • ASU President: ‘Do I have your attention now?’
  • Governor grateful for ASU as Sonora transitions schools to new digital learning model
  • Universidad Panamericana panel introduced to ASU innovation
  • Former astronaut talks inclusiveness in space during binational Convergence Lab event
  • More than 3,000 Universidad de Guadalajara professors tune in to Dr. Rangel Sostmann course
  • Johnson inspires Latin American educators amid turbulent pandemic journey 
  • Chicanos Por La Causa help promote ‘Acceso ASU’
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May 29, 2020

  • ASU unveils new collaboration with top Mexican universities
  • ‘ASU for You’ offers free educational tools, classes for learners worldwide affected by pandemic
  • Dr. Rangel Sostmann works with UdeG to leverage technology for remote teaching  
  • Spring graduates unite with Dr. Seuss video message
  • Sonoran educators advance remote learning with ASU collaboration
  • Thunderbird, Mexican partners consider paths forward out of pandemic during webinar
  • Universidad de Guadalajara recognizes ASU as it goes virtual amid coronarivus pandemic
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March 31, 2020

  • ASU moves classes online in response to coronavirus outbreak in U.S.
  • Sonora educators leverage ASU to prep for online learning amid coronavirus pandemic
  • New partnership with top Mexico universities establishes pathways for students
  • Universidad Panamericana collaboration tests virtual reality to rehabilitate children  
  • ‘Voz de las Víctimas’ conference in Mexico City looks back at achievements
  • UNISON, ASU seek to boost social work collaboration
  • Leaving Campeche: Fulbright scholar reflects on Mexico departure in wake of coronavirus crisis
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February 29, 2020

  • Mexico’s Secretary of Education embraces digital education 
  • Convergence Lab hosts education technology forum at Google in Mexico City 
  • Schugurensky provides transnational perspective in Sonora
  • CMIC Sonora moves forward with ASU construction partnership
  • Sustainability scientist works to save Baja sea turtles
  • Digital education pilot course for teachers underway in Sonora 
  • SWJPCC publishes first Spanish translated research 
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December 20, 2019

  • EdPlus takes adaptive learning message to UNITEC 
  • Institute of Mexicans Abroad, Mexico Consulate organize ‘Dreamers’ forum at ASU 
  • Sonora’s virtual university blooming after 2019 launch 
  • Tec de Monterrey pros learn about ASU’s marketing strategy during visit
  • Mexico field trip to analyze impact of cactus viruses 
  • ASU health expert talks sleep at Guanajuato festival 
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Tecnológico de Monterrey

November 26, 2019

  • ASU InStride welcomes newest member: Tecnológico de Monterrey
  • Map exhibit highlights historical changes to Mexico-U.S. border 
  • Tecnológico de Monterrey joins ASU, PLuS Alliance at 2019 hackathon 
  • Cookout held to support Mexico students
  • Admission services continues strong Mexico outreach
  • Phoenix sports marketing tour brings Mexico students to W. P. Carey School of Business
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ASU Innovation

October 31, 2019

  • ASU named No. 1 in innovation for the fifth consecutive year 
  • ASU participates in College Board forum held in Guadalajara 
  • Universidad de Guadalajara delegation returns to ASU
  • Convergence Lab hosts ‘Mexico City Dehydrated?’ panel 
  • Law school hosts Tecnológico de Monterrey faculty for ‘rule of law’ education
  • Arizona celebrates Mexican independence, heritage with art 
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September 30, 2019

  • Arizona university presidents embrace Mexico trade treaty 
  • UNITEC presidents visit ASU to forge new partnerships  
  • Alum’s short film earns spot in prestigious Mexico film festival 
  • ASU Mexican alumna’s research sheds light on renal disease|
  • Graduate school looks to advance UNAM partnership
  • Guanajuato academic fair draws international educators, ASU
  • EGADE, ASU host Mexico City kickoff event for joint MBA
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July 31, 2019

  • Technology in the classroom focus of Sonora secretary of education ASU visit 
  • Sonora undersecretary leads Tempe visit to discuss ASU Prep, aerospace
  • Sun Devils soccer team gets full immersion in Monterrey
  • Agreement expands Guanajuato, ASU collaboration
  • Engineering school hosts annual sensor workshop  
  • Aspiring Mexico student entrepreneurs pitch ideas to ASU business faculty
  • ASU, Tec business schools to launch dual MBA degree in 2020
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June 26, 2019

  • IDB division chief paints vision on future of education during ASU visit
  • Engineers envision border as energy-water innovation zone
  • Graduate college associate dean talks water at Tec workshop
  • Law school, Mexico partners advance ‘Victim Voices’ project 
  • ASU hosts workshops at Chihuahua’s largest regional literary festival 
  • Project seeks to bolster weather resiliency, livability in cities
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May 9, 2019

  • Leader of Mexico’s largest state, ASU president meet in Tempe
  • ASU hosts third Arizona-Sonora biennial colloquium 
  • Increased collaboration underway as UdeG, ASU formalize relationship
  • Technology discussion on ‘the future’ held in Mexico City
  • Transborder school migrant caravan seminar examines complex issue
  • Mexico Fulbright scholar reaches light at end of PhD tunnel
  • Sonora students, faculty talk participatory governance with ASU counterparts
  • ASU participates in Mexico’s signature aerospace fair
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March 26, 2019

  • Leadership of Universidad Autónoma de Chihuahua gets inside look at ASU
  • Dr. Héctor Moreira Rodriguez briefs on Mexico energy reform at Wilson Center
  • Tecnológico de Monterrey Campus Sonora Norte, ASU seek water sustainability collaboration
  • Fulbright recipient heads to Mexico for mobile health research
  • Convergence lab arranges Mexico City events
  • Research partner spotlights Mexico drug abuse treatment efforts 
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February 6, 2019

  • Crow advances Mexico collaboration during Sonora trip
  • Wrigley Institute hosts international sustainability workshop
  • Nursing college continues to advance Guanajuato partnership
  • ASU’s Mexico office organizes luncheon to honor Mexico students
  • ASU library exhibit focuses on Teotihuacan mapping project
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January 2, 2019

  • ASU strengthens bond with universities in Mexico
  • Schugurensky stresses participative democracy in Sonora talk
  • Program testing to deter substance abuse in Mexican youth continues
  • Tec PhD students conclude energy research stay in Tempe 
  • ASU research underway to capture impact of anti-immigrant sentiments on border youth
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October 31, 2018

  • U.S. News and World Report ranks ASU most innovative school in U.S. for fourth consecutive year
  • Ministry of Finance expert shares insight into U.S.-Mexico trade relationship during Thunderbird talk
  • Universidad Anáhuac, ASU formalize collaboration 
  • ‘Obesity and lack of sleep: the ills that afflict Mexicans’
  • Graduate college pursuing new inroads into Mexico 
  • Adaptive learning collaboration with Universidad Estatal de Sonora
  • Raised fists, rising hope: 50 years later, activist athletes reflect on Mexico City Olympic Games
  • Tecnológico de Monterrey High School, ASU address in-depth adaptive learning approach
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September 6, 2018

  • Crow on Mexico collaboration: 'We need to be creating more and more opportunity for broader sections of the population'
  • Accomplished alumna reflects on ASU experience
  • September athlete panel in Mexico City to discuss sports activism 
  • Substance abuse collaboration continues 'keepin' it REAL'
  • Portal concept links Tempe campus to Mexico City
  • Sonora students among Chief Science Office Summer Institute participants 
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July 31, 2018

  • Hispanic college-degree attainment key to driving economy forward
  • Tec de Monterrey grad students leverage Decision Theater in Tempe
  • COMEXI talk explores role of sports, World Cup in geopolitics
  • ASU's Graduate College seeks Mexico Fulbright scholars
  • Global Launch welcomes Guadalajara students, faculty
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June 30, 2018

  • University of Guanajuato collaboration takes aim at obesity
  • ASU partakes in Mexico's 10th annual international biosafety symposium
  • ASU Foundation receives grant from the Government of Mexico for scholarships
  • Celebrating decade of 'lean' years with prestigious Mexican university 
  • Graduate college looking to increase presence of Mexican students at ASU
  • Women in congress, Mexico's silent victory
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May 31, 2018

  • U.S.-Mexico partnership benefits us all 
  • A cross-border look at the final frontier 
  • Applications open for borderlands research grants 
  • ASU-Tecnológico de Monterrey workshop advances adaptive learning
  • ASU dean challenges participants at Arizona and Mexico Town Hall
  • ASU and Tecnológico de Monterrey initiative focuses on justice reform
  • Carlos G. Vélez-Ibáñez awarded inaugural Saber es Poder-IME Prize

 

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April 30, 2018

  • Tecnológico de Monterrey conference advances adaptive learning
  • ASU and Tecnológico de Monterrey discuss collaborating on humanities, education, and sexual harassment prevention
  • Binational partnership promotes health training and public education
  • ASU and COMEXI tackle the relevance of media and its role for democracy
  • ASU welcomes Universidad Autonóma de Occidente agribusiness faculty members
  • ASU hosts Tempe Forum on Mexico's 2018 Presidential Election
  • ASU Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering offers information session in Hermosillo
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March 31, 2018

  • Universidad de Sonora and ASU collaborate on solar energy
  • Tecnológico de Monterrey's education innovation leaders visit ASU
  • New initiatives aim to bring more international graduate scholars to ASU
  • How to educate the 21st century's Leonardo da Vinci
  • ASU Regents' professor becomes a member of the Mexican Academy of Sciences
  • 'SABER ACOMODAR' tells the story of art from Jalisco, Mexico, over past 100 years
  • ASU continues collaboration with Sonora Universities
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February 28, 2018

  • Experts review what NAFTA needs in the 21st century
  • ASU and Consulate of Mexico strengthen ties
  • ASU discusses strategic iniciatives with Mexican leaders
  • ASU Foundation and Consulate of Mexico scholars acknowledged
  • ASU joins C3 coalition to tackle climate change issues
  • Power and scope of education at heart of recent features
  • ASU and CICESE researchers study the North American monsoon
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January 31, 2018

  • ASU and COMEXI host resilient cities event
  • ASU participates in the Transborder Ecosystem for Regional Innovation and Development
  • Unlocking the magic of the 'dry Atlantis'
  • AZ Biosecurity Workshop addresses international need
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December 29, 2017

  • Universities share ways to propel innovation at scale
  • Board members and directors of Tecnológico de Monterrey’s West Zone visit ASU
  • Great Debate: Climate Change - The Environmental and Social Consequences, for Mexico and the World
  • Arizona-Mexico trade takes center stage at Governor's Luncheon
  • Education expert provides recommendations to improve K-12 education
  • Intent, reality and future: the North American Free Trade Agreement
  • ASU and Tecnológico de Monterrey team up for sensors and machine learning workshop
  • ASU and CICESE researchers explore trans-border collaboration
  • ASU academic visit to Tecnológico de Monterrey Santa Fé campus in Mexico City
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