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Explore your ASU campus: Thunderbird

Once a World War II air field, Thunderbird now trains global businesspeople.
October 30, 2015

ASU's newest campus comes with a history of excellence. Founded in 1946, the Thunderbird School of Global Management in Glendale has kept its focus on educating leaders from around the world in the intricacies of international management. Today, Thunderbird and Arizona State University are building on that heritage with an alliance that is creating a new path for innovative global leadership.

Mary Neubauer


November 1, 2015

Mary Neubauer, a sculpture professor in the School of Art, has been selected by the International Sculpture Center to receive the 2015 Outstanding Educator Award, in recognition of her "dedication to the education of the next generation and to the advancement of the sculpture field as a whole."

The International Sculpture Center established the Outstanding Educator Award program in 1996 to recognize individual artist-educators who have excelled at teaching sculpture in institutions of higher learning. An exemplary career combining personal studio practice and measurable academic performance form the evaluative basis of this award. Download Full Image

Neubauer will be the subject of a feature article in the International Sculpture Center’s award-winning publication Sculpture magazine, as well as on the ISC website at www.sculpture.org. She will be presented with the award at ASU, to coincide with the 25th International Sculpture Conference in November.