Research Stories

  1. Nico Franz, a curator at ASU's Hasbrouck Insect Collection, explains which animal kills more people than any other.

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  2. How are Haitians coping one year after the earthquake? In a recent trip to Haiti, two ASU professors discovered how art plays an important role in their lives thanks to a seed grant from the Institute for Humanities Research. The research is directed by ASU Assistant Professor, Thomas Puleo, in the School of Politics and Global Studies and Assistant Professor, Mark Cruse, in the School of International Letters and Cultures. This audiovisual slideshow was created by Walter Cronkite student Gitzel Puente, a videographer/editor for the Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development.

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  3. Baked goods, innovation and empowerment are the ingredients for the recipe Sweet Inde. Kristen Bean, a School of Social Work doctoral candidate, won an Innovation Challenge grant from Arizona State University. Bean used the grant funds to start Sweet Inde, a bakery and nonprofit corporation that empowers people with disabilities to gain competitive community employment. In this research video she discusses Sweet Inde, the grant and her passion for working with people with disabilities.

    This video was created by OKED Multimedia Communications Assistant, Laura Palmisano.

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  4. Death Valley Cycle 2 is a sound/video installation created by artist, Richard Lerman, a professor in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences. The work was recorded over a 12 month period at Death Valley National Park and marked Lerman’s eight years of living with cancer. Death Valley video and soundscape by Richard Lerman. Produced and edited by Alexander D. Chapin, videographer/editor in the Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development.

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    sonicjourneys.com/

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  5. Stimulating the brain with sound? With the aid of his graduate students, William Tyler, Assistant Professor of Neurobiology and Bioimaging in the School of Life Sciences, researches how Ultrasonic Neuromodulation provides a novel approach to delivering noninvasive therapies for a host of neurological, psychiatric, and/or developmental disorders. This video was produced and edited by ASU New College student, Alexander D. Chapin, a videographer/editor in the Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development.

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