ASU launches MA in global security, with irregular warfare concentration

In response to the evolving landscape of global security challenges, Arizona State University is launching a groundbreaking Master of Arts in global security, with a concentration in irregular warfare.


Today, in partnership with Arizona State University (ASU), the U.S. Department of State celebrated the opening of the U.S.-ASEAN Center in Washington, D.C. Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs Liz Allen delivered remarks to highlight the important event.

ASU to create national library honoring legacy of Sen. John McCain

President Biden announces funding support for 22-acre Tempe project

Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks Announces $238M CHIPS and Science Act Award

Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks announced the award today of $238 million in “Creating Helpful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors (CHIPS) and Science Act” funding for the establishment of eight Microelectronics Commons (Commons) regional innovation hubs.

In support of public service — our colleges can hold the key

American colleges and universities have long been a lively source of discussion of what’s necessary and acceptable in our education system. Lately those debates have become increasingly passionate, even over seemingly small details of language or tone.

Get Moving on That Irregular Warfare Center, DOD Leaders

Stalled by bureaucratic indecision, the Pentagon is operating its new center in an interim capacity that risks dangerously narrowing its field of vision.

Preventing space war the focus of cross-sector experts at ASU forum

Representatives from Space Force, academia and policy explore strategies for a more sustainable use of space

America’s Education Crisis Is a National Security Threat

Since the end of World War II, the world’s population has not only gotten vastly bigger; it has also become vastly more educated. In nearly every country on earth, the total number of years that citizens have attended school has grown faster than the population itself, and the number of college degrees conferred has grown…

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New Organization to Develop an Urgent National Higher Education Strategy to Secure the United States’ Global Competitive Position

WASHINGTON, DC (April 26, 2023)—Today, a coalition of national leaders hailing from higher education, government, business, the nonprofit sector, and the military announced the formation of the Council on Higher Education as a Strategic Asset (HESA). Over the next year, HESA will develop and propose recommendations for ensuring that higher education institutions can deliver the workforce and educated…