For decades, generations of researchers at ASU have been drawn to a desert oasis in the northern part of Mexico. Cuatro Ciénegas is a remarkable ecosystem with hundreds of springs, streams and pools that are home to dozens of species found nowhere else on Earth.
Two award-winning journalists who cover the U.S.-Mexico border will deliver the ninth annual Paul J. Schatt Memorial Lecture at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication and School of Transborder Studies are launching new dual degrees in journalism and U.S.-Mexico borderland studies starting in fall 2015.
Nearly 700 college students from Mexico are visiting Arizona State University from November to January for an English language immersion program offered through ASU’s American English and Culture Program (AECP).
As Arizona State University students are getting settled into the fall semester, a cohort from the Universidad de Guadalajara recently capped off a historic, month-long English as a Second Language (ESL) program that hopes to strengthen ties between the two universities and bolster U.S. and Mexico relations through educational exchange.
Benson-Lira won the 2014 National Weather Association David Sankey Minority Scholarship in Meteorology. The award will contribute to Benson-Lira’s master’s thesis research, which will examine the effects of Mexico City’s urbanization on its regional climate.
Arizona State University President Michael Crow led an ASU delegation on a mission to Mexico City, May 19-21, to continue developing strategic relations with Mexican higher education institutions, federal agencies and international agencies.