The Office of Federal Relations represents ASU at the federal level. The office is charged with coordinating university-wide federal priorities through the development of the ASU federal agenda and serves as the primary contact for our Congressional delegation in Washington as well as district offices. The office actively participates in national associations such as APLU to advance issues of importance to ASU. In addition, the office serves as a resource to faculty staff for federal related endeavors and monitors the federal legislative process and works closely with relevant federal agencies.
ASU Federal Relations is compiling a list of ASU graduates working on Capitol Hill, and would appreciate your input.
If you are an ASU graduate and will be working in a congressional office or will be a member of committee staff during the 113th congress, please share your information with the ASU Office of Federal Relations, here:
The decennial redrawing of Arizona's congressional and legaslitive districts has been completed as of April 26th, effectivley "redistricing" Arizona to reflect changes in the state's regional population.
ASU celeberated the opening of its newest science building – the Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building IV (ISTB 4), on the Tempe campus, Sept. 19. The building is designed to advance research and discovery, and to encourage children to explore their futures as scientists and engineers through a mixture of high-tech labs, interactive environments and open spaces that will allow the public to witness research and technology advancement as it happens.