Sun Devil stories

According to Greg Vogel (BS Real Estate '85), ASU and W. P. Carey meant everything to the early knowledge that led him to build his enterprise — one the day he graduated, and another just two years later. We caught up with him to discuss his civic involvement, business success, and everything in between.

It's hard to resist the whole 'ascend to new heights' thing with regard to this supply chain management alum who first arrived on ASU's Tempe campus in the inaugural Fleischer Scholars program, became a first-generation college graduate, and then hiked to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro for a laudable cause.

Aaron Pool (BS Management ’09), owner of Gadzooks Enchiladas & Soup in Phoenix, and his family will support future Sun Devils with a new scholarship fund.

Recognized for career achievements and community involvement, Alumni Hall of Fame inductee Michael Staenberg (BS Business Administration '76) continues to demonstrate the power of doing good while doing well. We caught up with him to talk about his decision to support Camp Carey scholarships, the importance of philanthropy, and everything in between.

The Turken Family Outstanding Graduating Senior Victoria Crynes embraced travel and community service.