Arizona State University



ASU is one of the largest public universities by enrollment in the US As of fall 2018, the university had about 80,000 students attending classes across its metro campuses, including 66,000-plus undergraduates and more than 12,000 postgraduates.

Beatriz Rendon
Vice President, Educational Outreach
Colleen Jennings-Roggensack
Vice President of Cultural Affairs, Executive Dir. of ASU Gammage
Daniel Dillon
Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer
James Rund
Senior Vice President of Educational Outreach and Student Services
Jim O'Brien
Senior Vice President and Chief of Staff, Office of the President
Joanne Vogel
Vice President of Student Services
Joanne Wamsley
Vice President,Finance and Deputy Treasurer
José Cárdenas
Senior Vice President and General Counsel
Julie Young
Vice President
Katie Paquet
Vice President of Media Relations and Strategic Communications
Kevin J. Salcido
Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer
Lev Gonick
Chief Information Officer
Lisa Loo
Vice President for Legal Affairs and Deputy General Counsel
Maria Anguiano
EVP, ASU Learning Enterprise
Morgan R. Olsen
Executive Vice President, Treasurer and Chief Financial Officer
Ray Anderson
Athletic Director and Vice President
Richard Stanley
Senior Vice President and University Planner
Sally Morton
EVP, Knowledge Enterprise
Grace O’sullivan
VP, Corporate Engagement and Strategic Partnerships
Tamara Deuser
VP and Chief Operating Officer
Ji Mi Choi
Neal Woodbury
VP, Research and Chief Science and Technology Officer
Kimberly Merritt
Bryan Brayboy
Lindy Elkins-Tanton
Jill Andrews
Interim Chief Marketing Officer
Nancy Gonzales
EVP and University Provost
Julia Rosen
VP, Global Academic Initiatives
Cynthia Lietz
Dean, Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions
Adam Deguire
Interim VP, Government & Community Engagement

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Arizona State University adds Anne-Marie Slaughter as Professor of Practice

Arizona State University adds Anne-Marie Slaughter as Professor of Practice

Arizona State University (ASU) adds CEO of New America Anne-Marie Slaughter to helm an international organizations course. Slaughter’s course, which she plans to co-teach with Gordon LaForge (senior researcher at Princeton University) will examine the role and design of networks in global affairs. The course description focuses on the confluence of nation-states and intersecting networks (the internet, air travel, global supply chains, terrorist networks, and more), and the need for the development of new tools in order to understand the consequences of this confluence. “We are thrilled to have Anne-Marie, one of the world’s greatest legal scholars, provide our students with her depth of knowledge as a practitioner of politics,” said ASU Law Dean Douglas Sylvester. “As the head of the New America foundation and former top State Department official, combined with her distinguished career as a dean, professor and author, Anne-Marie will bring our students a wealth of political and international relations expertise unlike any other.” Slaughter’s experience is rich and manifold. She formerly served as Director of Policy Planning for the U.S. Department of State — the first woman to hold that position. Upon her departure from this position in 2011, she received the Secretary’s Distinguished Service Award for her work leading the Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review, among other awards. She is also the current CEO of New America, a think and action tank “dedicated to renewing the promise of America, bringing us closer to our nation’s highest ideals.” “I could not be happier to be joining the ASU community,” Slaughter said. “The opportunities for innovation and experimentation with new ways of teaching and bringing different streams of knowledge together are vast and exciting.”

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