Matthew Oxford

Manager of Marketing and Communications

Location icon United States of America

Currently at Arizona State University as a Manager of Marketing and Communications. Degree in Marketing. Enjoys writing about sports as a hobby.

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ASU to research culture through US military grant

There are nearly 200 countries in the world today. In those countries there are various religions, age groups, social interests and economic classes, which themselves can be considered cultures.

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ASU alumnus takes passions to Arizona Tech Company

ASU alumnus Kaitlyn Fitzgerald is excited to be able to put her global studies degree from Arizona State University's School of Politics and Global Studies to good use in the workplace. Fitzgerald currently works at Zero Mass Water, a renewable water company in Scottsdale dedicated to democratizing water with Source, solar panels that make water from air.

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ASU veteran alumnus provides insight to working in politics

If there were two messages ASU alumnus Corey Harris wanted to leave political science students with Thursday morning, they were to understand who you are as a person and to build strong relationships. School of Politics and Global Studies alumnus Corey Harris is the Veteran Field Representative for Congressman Ruben Gallego.

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ASU student starts nonprofit to combat sex trafficking

Students are the key.The message is clear when you visit the All Walks Project website. Not only are students an at-risk population for sex trafficking but they are vital in spreading awareness. Arizona State University senior Erin Schulte, co-founder of the nonprofit All Walks Project, leads the effort in student's fight against sex trafficking.

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ASU grad student examines human-rights violations in armed forces

Traveling to Washington, D.C., gave A.J. Simmons, a doctoral candidate at the School of Politics and Global Studies, the opportunity to interview individuals with multiple perspectives on human-rights violations during times of war and the impact of prosecutions for those violations. Simmons' dissertation delves into causes and consequences of domestic accountability for alleged human-rights violations by U.S.

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Arizona congresswoman shares her 'grit' with ASU Early Starters

Your first semester earning a degree can be a daunting task. It is something U.S. Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema knows all too well as she starts an MBA program this fall working towards her fifth degree.

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An agent of change

Pickering Fellowship to help prepare ASU alum for career with US state department

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ASU alum takes passion for service around the world

ASU alumnus David Berger believes in service. It's easy to see how strongly by spending just a few minutes on his personal blog, highlighting his experiences in some of the 40-plus countries he has visited.

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ASU faculty prepares student for Hague Talks

The faculty at ASU are dedicated to helping students achieve their goals, sometimes you just have to ask to get their help. This is true for Alexa Magee who went the extra mile outside of the classroom.


Could This Combine Loser Be the Next Stefon Diggs?

After the combine, a little air came out of the Tyler Boyd balloon. Boyd, who was a consensus top-two receiver in devy leagues going into the 2015 season, now doesn't even reside in many ranker's top five. Even though he had one of the most precocious college wide receiver seasons

Is the Next UDFA RB Star in Green Bay?

In dynasty leagues I am always looking for cheap assets that could one day either produce for my team or could help net me a nice return on a trade. Last year if you were stashing guys like Charles Johnson, Dan Herron or CJ Anderson this could have been you.

Is There a Bruce Arians Receiver in this Draft?

The local sports talk radio station in Arizona recently suggested that wide receiver may be on the Cardinals' list of positions to target in the upcoming 2015 NFL Draft. I initially dismissed this opinion.

Defensive Line Breakout Candidates, Early Season Targets

If you play in an IDP fantasy league you know how much having a guy like JJ Watt or Robert Quinn last year gave you an unfair advantage. Having a stud defensive end is equivalent to tight ends Jimmy Graham and Rob Gronkowski on the offensive side of the ball.

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