Arizona State real estate students compete at REIAC/Rockefeller Group Challenge

It was one of the closest finishes in its history as three teams competed in the Fifth Annual REIAC/Rockefeller Group Challenge Tuesday, May 8 at the Arizona Country Club, 5668 E. Orange Blossom Lane in Phoenix. Teams consisting of graduating students from Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business, Masters of Real Estate Development […]

Swann new partner at Radix Law

Michelle Swann was recently made partner at Radix Law and brings with her years of experience in the areas of commercial litigation and employment law. Ms. Swann also has extensive experience representing private clients in cases involving trademark, civil rights, wage and hour, contract disputes, unfair competition, trade secrets and constitutional torts, according to a […]

ASU business school honors Gore executive for ‘innate capabilities, presence’

Terri Kelly, who has worked for the global materials science company perhaps best known for its GORE-TEX fabrics products, will be awarded the 2018 Executive of the Year Award by Arizona State University’s W. P. Carey School of Business.  The award honors business leaders who have created and sustained superior organization performance and whose presence exemplifies a model for […]

ASU Thunderbird School of Global Management show support for Children’s Museum

Members of the faculty, staff and executive student cohort from Arizona State University’s Thunderbird School of Global Management attended the Children’s Museum Gala Saturday, March 10 in Phoenix to show their support for early childhood education. “We understand that quality early childhood experiences lead to later school success and if we are going to build […]

Xavier sophomore verbally commits to ASU women’s golf program

Xavier College Preparatory sophomore Ashley Menne verbally committed to play collegiate golf at Arizona State University on Tuesday, Jan. 9. Miss Menne is one of the nation’s finest junior golfers, according to a press release. She won the prestigious ACDS / Ryan Moore Junior at Oakbrook and had her first hole-in-one in the Lakewood, Wash., […]

Papago Golf Course to undergo renovations at clubhouse, practice facility

A public/private partnership between the city of Phoenix, Arizona State University and the Arizona Golf Community Foundation will begin construction of a new clubhouse and practice facility at Papago Golf Course, 5595 E. Moreland St. in Phoenix, this month. The clubhouse, which includes a restaurant and bar, is expected to be completed spring of 2018, […]

Xavier golf alumna Missy Farr-Kaye makes Arizona State history

Xavier College Preparatory alumna Missy Farr-Kaye coached the Arizona State University women’s golf team to an historic eighth NCAA championship title victory last week, as the Sun Devils defeated Northwestern University to become the winningest collegiate women’s golf program in history. Additionally, Coach Farr-Kaye earned the title of Women’s Golf Coaches Association National Coach of […]

Spire Development’s Third Space project wins MRED-REIAC/Rockefeller Group Challenge

Four teams of graduating students from Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business, Masters of Real Estate Development program competed for cash prizes in the Fourth Annual MRED-REIAC/Rockefeller Group Challenge recently held. Spire Development won, garnering $1,000 each for the members, Anna Sepic, Jay Van Tussell and Kyle Trent, according to a press release. […]

ASU student John Heffernan is an ARCS Scholar

The Ben & Catherine Ivy Foundation is providing a scholarship for John Heffernan, an Achievement Rewards for College Scientists scholar, pursuing a PhD in bioengineering at Arizona State University. He plans to focus on glioblastoma multiforme brain cancer research. “We are pleased to be able to help John further his studies in such a critical […]

ASU scientists selected for NASA observatory Science Investigation Team

NASA has announced the selection of Science Investigation Teams for its Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope. Arizona State University will be the lead institution for one of these teams, which includes School of Earth and Space Exploration scientists James Rhoads, Sangeeta Malhotra, Rogier Windhorst, Rolf Jansen, and Vithal Tilvi, along with scientists from the University of Texas, Texas A&M, University of Arizona, Stockholm University and Uppsala University in Sweden, according to a press release. WFIRST will be a NASA observatory designed to settle essential questions in the areas of dark energy, exoplanets, and infrared astrophysics. The telescope has a primary mirror 2.4 meters in diameter (7.9 feet), the same size as the Hubble Space Telescope’s primary mirror. WFIRST will have two instruments, the Wide Field Instrument, and the Coronagraph Instrument.