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Carrington College named executive campus director

Carrington College

Carrington College announced that Michael Como has been appointed executive campus director at Carrington’s Mesa campus, which is located at 1001 W. Southern Ave. In his role, Como will oversee optimal student experience, manage operational excellence and lead all site operations. Currently, the campus offers either certificate and/or associate degree programs in criminal justice, dental assisting, dental hygiene,… Read More →

Landings Credit Union adds new board member


Landings Credit Union has a new face on their Board of Directors, Barbara Lloyd. Barbara, who graduated from Arizona State University and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish, is Senior Vice President of the Investment Services Group at NAI Horizon in Phoenix. Barbara is an active member of CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Member)… Read More →

Sun Corridor Network joins Internet2 Oleg Dudko

Arizona’s Sun Corridor Network has joined Internet2, the premier research and education technology community in the US, as a Research and Education Network member. This membership integrates Sun Corridor Network into a community of more than 300 US universities, 70 government agencies, 42 regional and state education networks, 84 leading corporations and 90,000 community anchor institutions.… Read More →

NorthMarq Capital adds Griffin Martin to Phoenix office  Sergey Nivens
by in AZRE Magazine | Newsmakers

Griffin Martin has joined the Phoenix regional office of NorthMarq Capital as vice president and producer. At NorthMarq, Martin’s primary focus will be to structure and place debt and equity for clients seeking to acquire, refinance or develop commercial real estate properties. Most recently, Martin founded and operated a commercial mortgage brokerage company based in… Read More →

Michael Phelps Swim School coming to Arizona

Michael Phelps

Michael Phelps Swim School, LLC announced today a strategic affiliation with Pitchfork Aquatics, Inc.  As the first licensee of Michael Phelps Swimming methodology in Arizona, Pitchfork Aquatics brings the industry leading swim instruction methodology to Arizona State University.  “Pitchfork Aquatics is a non-profit entity that will provide the opportunity for anyone in the Phoenix community… Read More →

ASU supports efforts for Cronkite postage stamp

Walter Cronkite speaks at the Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication during a 2005 visit.

Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication is joining the efforts of the Society of Professional Journalists and the Radio Television Digital News Association to honor Walter Cronkite with a postage stamp. The U.S. Postal Service is considering a joint request from the SPJ and the RTDNA for a stamp commemorating… Read More →

Laura Wochner Joins Tiffany & Bosco


The law firm of Tiffany & Bosco P.A. announced Laura L. Wochner has joined Tiffany & Bosco as an attorney in the Phoenix office. Her practice is concentrated in Civil and Commercial Litigation. Laura received her Juris Doctor from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University. Prior to law school, Laura… Read More →

Downtown Phoenix targets Millennial office workers

Photo: Conceptual images only, not a rendering/ The Monroe Building
by in AZRE Magazine | Careers | New to Market | Office

Downtown Phoenix has transformed over recent years with $4.6 billion dollars in public and private investments, including light rail, new hotel developments, restaurants, boutiques, Arizona State University and University of Arizona campus expansions, Phoenix Convention Center, and a growing number of residential developments. In concert with the downtown Phoenix renaissance, renovations have been completed at… Read More →

Dawn Rogers will lead 2017 Phoenix Final Four

Dawn Rogers

Longtime collegiate athletics administrator Dawn Rogers has been named Executive Director and CEO of the 2017 Phoenix NCAA Basketball Final Four. Rogers, former Senior Associate Athletic Director at Arizona State University, was selected by the Phoenix Local Organizing Committee (PLOC), which will work with the NCAA to execute the Final Four, set for April 1 and… Read More →

Mark Tiscornia joins HDR as healthcare principal, Copyright: lightwise
by in AZRE Magazine | Newsmakers

Mark Tiscornia, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, has joined the HDR Phoenix office as a healthcare principal. Relocating back to Phoenix after working in San Francisco for 10 years, Mark plans to make a positive impact in the Southwest, as he did in California, by growing the business, developing strategic and master plans and executing complex… Read More →

Fennemore Craig expands Phoenix office


Fennemore Craig announced the addition of two new attorneys in the firm’s Phoenix office. Blake Atkinson and Philip Brailsford have joined the firm as associates and practice in intellectual property and business litigation. “The firm continuously seeks to add excellent lawyers to enhance the services we provide to our clients,” said Steve Good, managing partner… Read More →

Charlie Rose earns ASU’s Walter Cronkite Award


A crowd of more than 1,000 industry leaders in media, politics, business and education along with students were on hand Monday as the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University presented this year’s Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism to Charlie Rose. Rose earned a standing ovation as the award-winning anchor of “CBS This… Read More →

Does ‘phubbing’ — phone snubbing — make you crazy?


In today’s day and age, it can be difficult to stay up-to-date on the latest terminology teenagers are using. “Phubbing” seems to be one of the latest additions to this extensive list. Phubbing refers to “phone snubbing,” or when your attention is on your phone rather than the people surrounding you. In a recent study… Read More →

Big Deals: Julie Johnson is a star-crossed broker

Photo by Robin Sendele, Az Big Media

Julie Johnson’s first job out of college was to conduct failure analysis for airplane turbine blades, and she couldn’t have been more bored. She graduated from Arizona State University with a bachelor’s degree in metallurgical engineering with aspirations of conducting research for a space program. A career in healthcare real estate leasing, investment sales and site selection… Read More →