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Downtown Phoenix was once a sparsely populated part of the country’s fifth-largest city, a land of vacant lots and empty streets once office buildings closed for the evening. more
Higher education is alive and well in Arizona, according to the latest rankings from U.S. News & World Report. more
As schools return for in-person learning and the delta variant of the coronavirus continues to spread its reach, Valley health experts are increasingly concerned about the effect COVID-19 will have on children, many of whom are not yet eligible for the vaccine. more
For students in the Maricopa County Community College District, the Collision Repair Technician Program allows an opportunity to explore auto body mechanics while also feeding their creativity. … more
Community colleges throughout Maricopa County have joined a brand-new pilot program dedicated to boosting education outcomes for students of color and those from low-income backgrounds. more
When Michele Michaels became program manager at the Arizona Commission for the Deaf and the Hard of Hearing four years ago, she started keeping track of those who called seeking services but couldn’t afford the care. Today, her list includes more than 500 names — and is being put to good use. more
An extension of a partnership between two educational entities aims to improve Arizona students’ struggling math scores. more
Arizona State University is preparing to launch a brand-new undergraduate degree program at its downtown Phoenix campus this fall. more
Arizona State University has exceeded its goals in graduating more students from low-income backgrounds as well as Black, Hispanic and Asian American students in order to increase access to higher education for people from every background. more
No one understands the power of language quite like Natalie Diaz, who recently learned she had won the 2021 Pulitzer Prize for poetry for her book “Postcolonial Love Poem” while at home on the Fort Mojave Indian Reservation. more
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
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
The Tempe Diablos are excited to announce the official finalists for the 32nd annual Excellence in Education award ceremony. 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
Due to the pandemic, many great highly qualified Arizonans have been laid off and Arizona Toastmasters wants to help them. Arizona Toastmasters (District 3) is hosting its second Toastmasters … 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
Due to the pandemic, many great highly qualified Arizonans have been laid off and Arizona Toastmasters wants to help them. Arizona Toastmasters (District 3) is hosting its second Toastmasters … more
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