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Learn from mistakes

As this week is coming to end, I am not only happy, but thankful in so many ways. I work for the ASU international admissions. I  evaluate the undergraduate international students, and also work on processing I-20s. 733 more words

ASU Summer Semester 2018 Week 1

I thought I had more time on break! Sunday morning after preparing a nice mother’s day brunch for my wife (that the kids sort of helped on) I checked my email and noticed that EEE 352 – Properties of Semiconductors was online. 303 more words

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ASU Spring Semester 2018 Complete

Grades have posted for my three Spring 2018 classes. Two As and a B+. Not sure what happened in EEE 335 Analog and Digital Circuits. The professor hasn’t released the final grades yet, but I didn’t feel great about the final exam and there were a couple of questions I’m pretty sure I messed up on. 204 more words

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The Journey Begins

Thanks so much for joining us! I started this site as a place to celebrate the wonderful exploration and writing my Arizona State University Travel Writing students do. 12 more words

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Values + Opportunity = Change

The Creative Infrastructure blog is in a period of transition because my career (and life) is in a period of transition. I don’t yet know what the future will bring for the blog, but I do know what the future brings for me: beginning July 1, I will be Dean of the College of Arts & Letters at California State University, Los Angeles. 747 more words

Arts Entrepreneurship

Kimani Lawrence poised for breakout sophomore season at Arizona State

The path to greatness may look like a route with no road blocks.

Kimani Lawrence would say that couldn’t be further from the truth.

Lawrence, a 6-foot-7 forward from Providence, Rhode Island, entered his freshman year at Arizona State University with the intent of building a new culture for the basketball program. 662 more words


About Jackson Nelson

Jackson Nelson is currently a freshman at Arizona State University where he is studying sports journalism. He is a radio host in downtown Phoenix for the local college station Blaze Radio. 95 more words