Dr. Hector Moreira, who is also adjunct faculty in Arizona State University’s School of Sustainability, told faculty, students and staff gathered for a talk in Wrigley Hall that change is coming as countries transition from coal and oil as primary energy sources to electricity produced from natural gas.
The journalism profession has undergone significant changes in recent years, but the critical job of reporters to search for truth and maintain credibility has not changed.
This was one of many topics discussed by expert panels in Mexico City on Feb. 26 as part of an Arizona State University initiative with and hosted by the Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE) — a renowned Mexican research and higher-education institute.
The Francisco Gavidia University (UFG) seeks to promote and strengthen scientific research in El Salvador, through the creation of the Center for Mathematical Modeling “Carlos Castillo-Chavez” (CMM-CC) in honor of the Mexican-American scientist at Arizona State University (ASU) who will support its technical implementation.
As he heads out the door for class at Arizona State University, Rolando Terrazas grabs his long, white cane behind the front door of his apartment. He makes his way down the hall to the elevator and walks approximately six blocks to class.
Some people spend their first day on the job figuring out the office email system or how to work the coffeemaker. Alfredo Corchado spent his first day at ASU in interviews, answering questions from media outlets about the recent capture of fugitive drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman.
Erasing a border on a map is easy enough: All you need is Photoshop. Erasing borders in real life is a far more daunting quest, but that won't stop Mexican-American artist Ana Teresa Fernández from trying.