The latest edition of Arizona State University’s app, “Learn to thrive,” is now available for iPad, iPhone and Web browsers. Rich new interactive content shares stories of members of the ASU community who are thriving, and allows them to share the benefit of their experience to help you thrive, too.
Featured content includes:
• “My biggest eye-opener as a coach” — David Forster, head of the Global Institute of Coaching at Thunderbird School of Global Management, shares what he’s learned about getting the best out of your team.
• “Dinosaurs led me to the moon” — Postdoctoral researcher Craig Hardgrove was fascinated by dinosaurs. When he learned they were killed off by an asteroid, he turned his eyes toward space. Now he’s heading a NASA lunar satellite mission.
• “Your information is for sale” — Adriana Sanford, who teaches business law and ethics for ASU’s W. P. Carey School of Business, warns there are lots of people online who don’t care about the law or ethics. She tells you how to protect yourself and your information from data brokers.
• Sun Devil Hall of Fame — The additions to the ASU roll of legends for 2015 include an Olympic gold medalist, a two-time World Series champion, national and school record holders, and individual and team NCAA champions.
• Thriving in action — Meet the people and read the stories that illustrate why U.S. News & World Report ranked ASU the No. 1 “Most Innovative School” in America.
“Learn to thrive” is available for iPad and iPhone at the App Store, and can be viewed with any browser at thrive.asu.edu.
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