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Expect a stronger spring in the Phoenix housing market

Luxury Home - AZ Business Magazine November 2008

Expect to see a stronger spring this year in the Phoenix housing market than we saw last year. January was the “lull before the storm,” according to the latest monthly report from the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. Here are the highlights of that report on Maricopa and Pinal counties… Read More →

UA grant will boost Native American healthcare workforce

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One of only two university programs selected for the grant nationwide, the Native American Research and Training Center(NARTC) at the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson, was awarded a five-year, $975,000 Indians into Medicine (INMED) grant from the Indian Health Service.    “According to the Association of American Medical Colleges, Arizona will suffer a shortage… Read More →

Vantage West introduces scholarship program

Arizona State Credit Union Awards Scholarships

Vantage West Credit Union, Southern Arizona’s largest credit union, has introduced a new scholarship program as part of its continued commitment to financial readiness.  The program, which selects recipients based on a number of criteria, including academic merit, the quality and content of a written essay, and a student’s character as demonstrated by activities and volunteerism,… Read More →

Arizona research saves lives of cardiac arrest victims

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Survival rates for victims of cardiac arrest are increasing dramatically – all because of research being done right here in Arizona. You can learn about that and how to do CPR at the next session of Mini-Medical School 2.0 at The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix. Mini-Medical School 2.0 is a community lecture… Read More →

Arizona Summit Law School among best for diversity

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Arizona  Summit Law School was named one of the “2015 Most Diverse Law Schools” in the United States by PreLaw Magazine. The private law school, located in downtown Phoenix, earned an A+ rating and was named among the top ten law schools for diversity by the publication, which regularly evaluates law schools across the country accredited by the American Bar… Read More →

University of Arizona launches new UA online campus

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The University of Arizona is now registering students for 21 undergraduate degree programs offered under the newly launched UA Online campus. The undergraduate degree programs join a robust slate of over 40 online graduate school degrees and certificates the university has offered for several years. Scheduled to begin in August 2015, the new online degree… Read More →

Pieceful Solutions autism school adds staff

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Pieceful Solutions, a K-12 school in Arizona for children with autism spectrum disorders, added more staff. First they hired Abigail Muro as their Behavior Support Specialist. In her new role, Muro will provide support and train the staff at the school’s three campuses in Chandler, Gilbert and Mesa. Muro will work with students to teach them… Read More →

EO, ASU partners for student startup competitions

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Entrepreneurs’ Organization Arizona (EO) announced its partnership with Arizona State University’s (ASU) Office of Entrepreneurship and Innovation. The partnership consists of a series of four pitch competitions for student entrepreneurs, held during ASU Launch Days on each of ASU’s four campuses. The winner of each competition will receive $3,000 in seed funding from ASU, acceptance into the ASU… Read More →

ASU named one of nation’s top law schools

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The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University (ASU) ranks No. 26 among the nation’s leading law schools, according to U.S. News & World Report’s annual survey of graduate schools. The college moved up five spots in one year and is now in the top 13 percent of the 198 accredited law schools evaluated… Read More →

ASU honors top ASU-bred entrepreneurs

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Arizona State University has been gaining a nationwide reputation as a breeding ground for entrepreneurs. Accordingly, next week, the W. P. Carey School of Business at ASU is holding its first-ever Sun Devil Select event, to honor some of the country’s top ASU alum-owned and alum-run businesses. Seventeen firms from a variety of industries will… Read More →

U.S. News ranks W. P. Carey School in Top 30

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U.S. News & World Report releases its prestigious annual list of the “Best Graduate Schools” in the country today. For the eighth year in a row, the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University ranks among the nation’s Top 30 full-time MBA programs. “We strive for consistent excellence at the W. P. Carey… Read More →

Arizona students compete in venture competition

Arizona's venture capital market receives boost

The third annual Arizona Collegiate Venture Competition (ACVC) is set for March 27, with twelve teams from Arizona’s three public universities competing for $30,000 in seed funding, mentorship and institutional bragging rights.    The event, which showcases Arizona’s top student startups, fosters collaboration and friendly competition among the state’s universities and highlights the statewide entrepreneurship… Read More →

Banner, UA launch informatics fellowship program

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A two-year Clinical Informatics Fellowship Program, sponsored by Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix (formerly Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center), is being launched following the creation of a new clinical subspecialty by the American Board of Medical Specialties. The American Council on Graduate Medical Education has accredited the program, which is scheduled to begin later… Read More →

ASU alumni honor innovators in sustainability

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The Arizona State University Alumni Association will honor alumni, faculty and alumni supporters who are innovators in sustainability at its annual Founders’ Day Awards Dinner, slated for 6 p.m., Thursday, March 5 at the Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa, 2400 E. Missouri Ave., Phoenix.   The award ceremony has been a signature event for the university for… Read More →