May 06, 2015



University innovators lauded for disaster relief, virtual learning tools

The President's Award for Innovation provides formal recognition to ASU teams that have made significant contributions to ASU and higher education.


ASU, community female leaders gather for Teach for America luncheon

The Teach For America's Women in Leadership Luncheon provided an opportunity for current and aspiring female leaders to connect, reflect and seek new ways to grow their leadership.


New iTeachAZ mobile app a timesaver for teachers

A new mobile app is making it easier and quicker for iTeachAZ educators to gather and share data and evaluations with ASU teacher candidates.


Education | News coverage:  ASU education dean gives expert testimony to US Senate committee

ASU's Mari Koerner recently testified before a congressional committee about the importance of teacher preparation in the nation's education colleges.


ASU to combine Teachers College, Infant Child Research Programs preschools

ASU is combining the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College Preschool and the Infant Child Research Programs Preschool to allow for more children to benefit from the collective services.


SciTech Festival comes to ASU's West campus April 5

The West campus opens its doors to the public from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., April 5 for the annual Open Door @ ASU West, a signature event for the Arizona SciTech Festival.


Education | Science | News coverage:  How schools discourage some girls from pursuing STEM

Young women from historically marginalized populations are frequently excluded from STEM opportunities because of low expectations by teachers and family members, argues Kimberly Scott, associate professor at ASU.


New ASU degree helps meet critical demand for high school math teachers

ASU's School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences is offering a new bachelor’s degree in mathematics, with a concentration in secondary education, which will provide a new pathway for teaching careers.


Teachers College professors win top honors for research, mentoring

Two ASU professors in Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College have been selected as fellows of the American Educational Research Association, one of the most prestigious educational research societies in the world.


Educators, engineers team up to graduate more STEM-trained teachers

What do you get when you pair education with engineering at ASU? Graduates better trained to teach math and science to grades 7-12 across the state.

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