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The coronavirus pandemic turned the academic world on its head for more than a year and its effects are still being felt in higher education today. more
LAUNCH Robotics is a community-based non-profit in Surprise.Their FIRST Robotics Competition team won the Regional Chairman’s Award for Arizona and Nevada at the May 8 Southwest Region Awards … more
Completing a full school year — passing the challenges presented by a global pandemic — were reasons to celebrate for educators in the Scottsdale Unified School District as leaders and students alike have graduated from an academic year of “firsts.” more
Trouble is brewing in the West Valley as one school district seeks to sever ties with the state’s school board association. more
Scottsdale’s Wilde Wealth Management Group financial services firm has partnered with Arizona Tuition Connection to develop a scholarship fund helping low-income students to attend Notre Dame Preparatory Academy during the next school year. more
After months of distributing much-needed food boxes to the local community, Grand Canyon University is expanding its partnership with CityServe and committing to its community in a big way. more
Scottsdale Quarter is celebrating local graduates with the #ScholarSpree sweepstakes contest that runs through June 7. more
With the European Union’s 27 countries agreeing to open their borders to vaccinated Americans this summer, the world is one step closer to the international travel that has been held at bay by the COVID-19 pandemic for over a year. more
ASU Prep Digital will hold a drive-thru graduation ceremony this Friday and Saturday in substitution of normal graduation festivities. more
Arizona teens’ demand for the COVID-19 vaccine could mean big things for a return to normalcy this fall. more
Boy Scouts of America Grand Canyon Council is hosting its annual Camp Geronimo with one new addition --- a science, technology, engineering and mathematics technology-based Drone Flight School this … more
In his first three years of college, Ignazio Macaluso, a chemical engineering major at Arizona State, felt there was little support provided to students who, like him, live with autism. more
Arizona State University and Starbucks are expanding their seven-year partnership and moving it in a new direction. more
Dr. William M. (Bill) Tsutsui has been selected to serve as university president and chief executive officer effective July 1. more
Arizona’s years-long teacher shortage is likely to continue into the summer, according to education experts from across the state. more
When Grand Canyon University senior Rabekah Neu crossed the stage at graduation on Monday, she did so with a full-time job offer in supply chain management from Inc. more
When Rutgers University announced in late March it would require all students to receive the COVID-19 vaccine before stepping foot on its New Jersey campus this fall, it became the first university to do so. Since then, a handful of schools have followed suit, including Cornell University and Notre Dame University. more
When Starbucks launched its partnership with Arizona State University in June 2014, it was hailed as a first-of-its kind employee benefit set to increase access to higher education. more
At the dawn of the global COVID-19 pandemic the Scottsdale Unified School District — along with public school entities across the country — realized quickly a seamless transition to … more
Arizona colleges and universities are grappling with a decision of whether to require students returning in the fall to come back to campus with proof of a coronavirus vaccination. more
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