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United States and Indonesia Launch Partnership to Strengthen Higher Education

JAKARTA – Today, U.S.

ASU supports women in Vietnam to become academic leaders

October 31, 2022

Women throughout the world often feel pulled between caring for their families, fulfilling cultural expectations and pursuing careers. However, the balance of these priorities is changing; careers — particularly in science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM fields — are becoming a more recognized focus in women’s lives.

ASU produces a bumper crop of Southeast Asian entrepreneurs

Innovators in the Lower Mekong region grew their entrepreneurial skills, agricultural tech, and business ideas in Mekong-U.S. Partnership Young Scientist Program

by Monique Clement | Aug 15, 2022 

Online graduate engineering programs ranked among the nation's best

US News ranks 3 online engineering specialties in the top 5



January 25, 2022

Vietnamese student entrepreneurs electrify wheelchairs

Din Tuan Anh has dreamed of developing an electric wheelchair since he was in high school. Now a student at Lac Hong University in Vietnam, he is applying what he’s learned from Arizona State University’s Engineering Projects in Community Service program to turn his idea, AutoMov, into reality.

Exploring STEAM and Workforce Development in Costa Rica

The office of Global Outreach and Extended Education has continued to expand Arizona State University’s presence in Costa Rica through the avenues of STEM education to secondary school boys and girls and workforce development opportunities in the medical device industry and beyond.