Dr. Paul Scowen (Preview)

Dr. Paul Scowen is an Associate Research Professor at Arizona State University and has worked on Hubble Space Telescope for most of his career. In this clip he talks about the future of Hubble!


Dr. Sara Imari Walker (Preview)

Dr. Sara Imari Walker is a theoretical physicist and astrobiologist and in this clip she explains how we can test theories about the origin of life, also, how do we get the “alien life discovery time table” predictions?


Dr. Jim Bell (Preview)

Dr. Jim Bell is an astronomer and planetary scientist that studies Mars in depth, in this clip he tells why there isn’t a Mars landing hoax like there is for the Moon!

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Dr. Steven Desch (Preview)

Dr. Steven Desch is a theoretical astrophysicist at the School of Earth and Space Exploration. In this clip, he talks about his appearance on the PBS series NOVA!


Dr. Lindy Elkins-Tanton (Preview)

Dr. Lindy Elkins-Tanton is a planetary scientist and leads the charge for the School of Earth and Space Exploration at Arizona State University where she serves as Foundation Professor and Director. In this segment, she talks about the Permian Mass Extinction!.


Our Guest List continues to grow! This fall we’ll bring you conversations with Dr. Jim Bell (past/future of space travel), Dr. Lindy Elkins-Tanton (similarities between Permian Mass Extinction and present day), Dr. Evan Scannapieco (Dark Matter vs Dark Energy), Dr. Steven Desch (Weighing effects of climate change), and Dr. Paul Scowen (everything Hubble Space Telescope)! More to come! Can’t wait to release episodes!

We will begin posting audio and relevant content in the Fall! Tell your friends!


Welcome! We hope you are as excited as we are to launch ASU Connections!

What is ASU Connections?

ASU Connections is a podcast that will feature conversations with professors, researchers, and guests of Arizona State. Our university has done a great job attracting great people in multiple fields and ASU Connections will shine a spotlight on those already bright minds. The show will be updated weekly with timely content that can be found on Soundcloud, iTunes, Stitcher, or as a direct mp3 download.

Our official launch will be in the Fall of 2015! Until then, we will post about research and everything happening at Arizona State! You may also like us on Facebook and Twitter, if you’d like.