Regents approve contract extension for Michael Crow


June 16, 2011


Crow’s appointment extended through June 2017


Today at its regular meeting, the Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR) authorized a contract extension for ASU President Michael M. Crow, extending the term of the multiple-year employment agreement from July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2017. His current appointment term is July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2012. Download Full Image


“Under Dr. Crow’s visionary leadership, ASU has not only grown to be the largest public university in the country, but has also achieved widespread recognition as one of the nation’s most innovative and productive,” said Anne Mariucci, chairman of the Board of Regents. “We are thrilled to have the continuity of his leadership for the university.”


Crow’s contract extension does not include any additional compensation beyond that provided in his current contract.  Performance expectations for Crow will reference performance goals, such as the Arizona Higher Education Enterprise Plan metrics, adopted by the board.


Michael M. Crow became the 16th president of ASU on July 1, 2002. During his tenure, he has guided the transformation of ASU into one of the nation’s leading public metropolitan research universities, an institution that combines the highest levels of academic excellence, inclusiveness to a broad demographic, and maximum societal impact – a model he terms the “New American University.”


"I'm very appreciative of the confidence the Arizona Board of Regents has shown in me with this contract extension," Crow said. "Nine years ago we began the transformation of ASU into the New American University with the launching of our first 10-year plan. This new model for a public research university is a work in progress, and I look forward to the launching of the second phase of our long range plan for ASU as we approach the 10th anniversary of the New American University a year and half from now."

Britt Lewis

Communications Specialist, ASU Library

ASU professor pens lead article in JLME symposium issue


June 16, 2011


James">http://apps.law.asu.edu/Apps/Faculty/Faculty.aspx?individual_id=65847">J... G. Hodge Jr., the ASU Lincoln Professor of Health Law and Ethics at the College of Law has written the lead article for the Spring 2011 symposium issue of The Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics.


The article, “Connecting public health law, practice, policy, and research,” is part of a symposium issue that was devoted to the reconvening of the first national public health law conference since 2006, held in September 2010 in Atlanta. Hodge also organized and edited the issue. James G. Hodge Jr. Download Full Image


“The overarching vision for this conference was to build the field of public health law by (1) bridging these knowledge gaps across jurisdictions; (2) defining (and proving) the role of law as a primary and practical tool to improve population-based health outcomes, and (3) developing a modern public health law infrastructure for the 21st century,” Hodge writes.


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Hodge is Director of the Public Health Law and Policy Program at the College of Law. Through scholarly and applied work, he delves into multiple areas of public health law, global health law, ethics and human rights. Hodge teaches Health Law, Ethics, and Policy, Public Health Law and Ethics, and Global Health Law and Policy. In September 2010, he was named Director of the Public Health Law Network - Western Region. He is a Faculty Fellow in the law school’s Center for Law, Science & Innovation, and an affiliate faculty member in the Global Health program in ASU’s School of Human Evolution & Social Change.


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