Woman holding volleyball

Six years ago, a doctor told Stephanie Cahill that thanks to multiple concussions, she most likely wouldn’t graduate high school, and that college was definitely out of the question. Cahill’s now a junior at ASU, double-majoring in business law and psychology. On National Concussion Day, ASU Now examines the transdisciplinary research being done at ASU around the common sports injury.

Data scientist Michael Simeone speaks during a tour of the data lab

ASU President Michael Crow speaks with students Thursday after his annual Undergraduate Student Government Forum, during which the president gives students from the four campuses the opportunity to question the university’s policies, practices and plans. Photo by Charlie Leight/ASU Now

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