• Global Futures Laboratory

    Global Futures Laboratory

    Global Futures Laboratory looks for ways for humankind to manage the planet as a whole and extend habitability. Read more

  • Global Impact Collaboratory

    The Global Impact Collaboratory partners development practitioners and social scientists to advance cutting-edge, scientifically-valid, cost-effective methods for designing and tracking behavioral, social, and cultural change in low-resource communities and vulnerable sectors of society. Read more

  • Education for Humanity with students in Uganda.

    Education for Humanity

    Education for Humanity is ASU's rapidly deployable education solution for refugee, displaced and marginalized learners. Read more

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    SolarSPELL Initiative

    The SolarSPELL Initiative offers a Solar Powered Educational Learning Library: a rugged, portable, solar-powered, digital library over an off-line WiFi hotspot, designed to simulate an online experience and which provides relevant, localized educational content to resource-constrained locations around the world. Read more

  • HEAL International

    HEAL International students travel to Africa and work alongside local university students to create specific programs designed to break down HIV stigmas, develop public health solutions and build communities. Read more

Transforming the world

At Arizona State University, we are forging a new role for higher education in the world by engaging with people and issues locally, nationally and internationally. ASU is ranked in the top 10 among universities chosen by international students in the United States (Open Doors Report, 2015-2019). Also, ASU is in the top 10 for study abroad and offers opportunities for research and development, and promotes innovation, professional enrichment and international collaboration in more than 80 countries.

From medicine to robotics, energy to human rights, and scientific discovery to business development and global management, our students, world-class programs, faculty, and engagement abroad reflect the issues we care about and real-world impact we hope to provide in our increasingly global community. 


For Lisa Jantzie, it was how the classes helped her make sense of all she has seen of different health systems as she traveled and lived all over the world.

Jessica Sims, a third-year student in Barrett, The Honors College at Arizona State University, has spent her summer in intensive Russian language training as a recipient of the Critical Language Sc

Starting this week, more than 7,000 hours of coverage of the Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo will be broadcast on two networks and various streaming platforms.