News & Events

A little under half of all American households have a dog.

Five outstanding Arizona State University faculty spanning the physical sciences, psychological sciences and science policy have been named as Fellows of the American Association for the Advancemen

Valeria Gutierrez is a sophomore majoring in psychology who conducts research as part of the Arizona Twin Project.

Upcoming Events

POSTPONED: 'Oklahoma!' at ASU Gammage

We have been assessing the COVID-19 situation daily and have decided in conjunction with the show and our partners to postpone our engagement of OKLAHOMA!.

We are working with the show to get this engagement re-dated in 2021. For the most up-to-date information, please visit

“How is it that the coolest new show on Broadway is a 1943 musical?”- The New York Times.

This and That

"This and That" features the artwork of Jenita Landrum, who explores race, class and gender through images reflecting the realities of living in urban spaces. The art in this exhibit reflects her journey through the art process, crossing mediums of paint, mixed media and found objects.

Revealing Artifacts

Artifacts and records from central Arizona’s Tonto Basin, east of Phoenix, make up some of the largest archaeological collections at the School of Human Evolution and Social Change (SHESC). This exhibition features the post-doctoral research undertaken by Dr. Katherine Dungan at SHESC using painted pottery from the Roosevelt collections to study interaction in an ancient borderland, to experiment with new techniques and to contribute to a broader understanding of the ancient Southwest.