You could sit next to a robot in some ASU classes

You'll be out of state for a conference. You've got to handle a work dilemma. You're interviewing a new job candidate. These business situations come up. When they do, the W. P. Carey School of Business — and its three robots — will have students covered, starting in the fall. In this 12 News post on June 9, 2017:

The administrators of the part-time degree program said they saw the need for students to be able to attend class remotely because the students are working professionals, according to ASU News.