David Kopay, one of the first openly gay American professional athletes in team sports, is coming to ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus to discuss sports and homosexuality.
More than 200 Arizona educators descended on the ASU downtown Phoenix campus today for a full-day educator institute hosted by Eight Educational Outreach-ASSET.
The Phoenix Military Veterans Affairs Commission recognized the work of students in the School of Social Work.
NTSB proposals to tighten up U.S. Department of Transportation's policies have not been implemented, while people keep dying in crashes caused by unqualified drivers, according to an investigation by News21.
A News21 investigation shows that the major causes of air accidents include ice buildup on aircraft, risks on runways, faulty aircraft maintenance and overtired pilots.
Journalism students in the Carnegie-Knight News21 program report on the prevalence of airplane repairs occurring in unregulated foreign shops.
A major investigation into transportation safety in America conducted by journalism students from 11 universities will be published this week by msnbc.com and The Washington Post.
The Rodel Scholarship offers student teachers the benefit of learning from a master teacher and the reward of teaching high-needs students to achieve and succeed.
Over the past four decades, more than 320 fatigue-related incidents have taken nearly 750 lives in airplane crashes alone, according to an analysis by News21.
Americans are exposed every day to risks in highway, air, rail and water travel because of government delays in acting on recommendations made by the National Transportation Safety Board.
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