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It’s an exciting time to be a behavioral scientist, with scientific revolutions in several areas that have led to new perspectives, says Ronald Simons, newly appointed Foundation Professor in the S

It’s an exciting time to be a behavioral scientist, with scientific revolutions in several areas that have led to new perspectives, says Ronald Simons, newly appointed Foundation Professor in the S

Police in Huntington Beach, Calif. are taking to the internet to track down those responsible for criminal damage and other acts following a riot after the US Open of Surfing on July 28.

Police in Huntington Beach, Calif. are taking to the internet to track down those responsible for criminal damage and other acts following a riot after the US Open of Surfing on July 28.

Deven Marrero is a member of the Arizona State University School of Criminology and Criminal Justice class of 2013, but he didn’t attend graduation - he couldn’t.

Deven Marrero is a member of the Arizona State University School of Criminology and Criminal Justice class of 2013, but he didn’t attend graduation - he couldn’t.

Today in the United States, use of the Internet is so widespread that it is almost impossible to apply for a job without a valid email address.

Today in the United States, use of the Internet is so widespread that it is almost impossible to apply for a job without a valid email address.

Beginning in January, Arizona State University will offer selected high-demand undergraduate and graduate courses in Criminology and Criminal Justice and Nonprofit Leadership in the Tucson area.

Phoenix NPR station KJZZ profiled the Mesa Police Department testing the use of mini-cameras mounted on officer uniforms.

Jacqueline Ginter first became interested in the study of natural resources when as a young girl, she served as a Brownie Girl Scout.

Min Xie, assistant professor, will receive the 2012 Ruth Shonle Cavan Young Scholar Award this fall from the American Society of Criminology for her unprecedented work at the ASU School of Criminol

ASU’s School of Criminology and Criminal Justice program recently received high marks from the U.S. News and World Report in their national report on the nation's best graduate programs.

The U.S. News and World Report recently highlighted the best graduate programs in the nation and the ASU School of Public Affairs once again ranked in the top tier.

The new rankings are out and Arizona State University's graduate programs once again rank among the best schools in the nation, according to the U.S.

Sixty Tourism Development and Management students in the School of Community Resources and Development presented their final report “Perspectives on Tourism in Bisbee, Arizona” to an online audienc

Charles M. Katz and Michael D.

After more than 20 years of service, commander Robert Handy made his retirement official this week at Desert West Park in Phoenix.

Edward (Yite) Yu, a PhD student in the School of Community Resources and Development, received the top student presentation award from Emerald Tourism and Hospitality Journals from U.K.

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