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Update: We have many great stories available in this month’s issue. A digital edition in PDF format is available now with helpful updates and links so you can access the latest event information, as it may have changed since press time.

Featured stories

COVID-19: The ultimate stress test of our global futures

COVID-19: The ultimate stress test of our global futures

The pandemic can be “an opportunity to design long-term strategies that ensure the healthy, interconnected survival of the human species and our plane,” says Global Futures Vice President Peter Schlosser. Read more about possible solutions.
Forecasting Arizona’s economy: the case for a V-shaped recovery

Forecasting Arizona’s economy: the case for a V-shaped recovery

Even though Arizona has experienced record-shattering job losses, there’s hope the pain will be short-lived. Strong underlying fundamentals, an influx of stimulus money and ASU’s support for innovation could help stave off an extended recession.

Building smarter supply chains

COVID-19 is an “unprecedented global event” that has left many supply chains in limbo. Here’s how experts predict supply chains will change going forward.

Silver linings in sustainability

For years, Arizona State University has focused on improving sustainability on campus, in the community and in the world. Here are some notable on-campus successes.
Bringing back live entertainment

Bringing back live entertainment

ASU Gammage’s executive director discusses vital culture, the pain of closing the theaters and scenarios for reopening safely.

Education during and after the pandemic

ASU is helping improve online teaching, as well as forging a path to address rural education challenges.

May Busch: Never let a crisis go to waste

May Busch, the former Morgan Stanley COO for Europe and current senior advisor in the ASU office of the president, provides three tips to emerge from this crisis better and stronger. Plus, check out her related video.