Five K-12 schools in six Arizona districts were recognized for their outstanding achievements and improvements in the 2013-2014 academic year.
Elizabeth (Betsy) Cantwell has been appointed deputy vice president of Knowledge Enterprise Development at Arizona State University to help accelerate efforts to advance the university's research enterprise.
Three people will be honored this year for their outstanding leadership and instruction in and outside of the classroom.
Susan Clark-Johnson, former executive director of Morrison Institute for Public Policy and a longtime journalist who capped her storied career as president of the Gannett Newspaper Division, has died.
Researchers writing grants to obtain external funds are needed for a research study examining the effects of grant preparation on scientists' health, well-being and relationships.
Arizona has a robust startup ecosystem, but with California right next door there are opportunities to bring in additional partners to support ASU-linked startups.
Arizona State University will celebrate Black History Month beginning Feb. 1 with a schedule of events for students, staff, faculty, alumni and members of the public.
ASU has had terrific success with its implementation of a college preparatory K-12 charter school in downtown Phoenix, which recently received a newly refurbished football field, courtesy of the NFL.
Arizona State University's four-year graduation rate has increased 20 percentage points since 2002, thanks to academic innovations such as eAdvisor and first semester seminars.
Downtown Phoenix has undergone a major transformation since the last time the Super Bowl was in town, thanks in large part to the time and investment of Arizona State University.
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