• Arizona’s Catholic universities form coalition - Read Article

    Arizona’s Catholic universities form coalition

    2016-05-24T08:50:58-07:00

    Arizona’s four private Catholic institutions of higher education have formed a coalition, Catholic Universities of Arizona, to support each other’s mission and to help students of all faiths complete an…

  • Ducey declares Prop. 123 a win, but what’s next? - Read Article

    Ducey declares Prop. 123 a win, but what’s next?

    2016-05-20T10:55:08-07:00

    Thursday night, Gov. Doug Ducey celebrated the passing of the ballot measure that will inject $3.5 billion into the state’s education system through an increase of state land trust withdrawals…

  • White House honors Arizona education professional - Read Article

    White House honors Arizona education professional

    2016-05-19T08:50:14-07:00

    On Wednesday, May 11th, the White House recognized Cynthia Tercero-Sandoval of Peoria, Ariz. as one of 12 education support professionals across the country as a “School Support White House Champion…

  • Avnet, ASU launch innovation lab to spark growth - Read Article

    Avnet, ASU launch innovation lab to spark growth

    2016-05-18T13:50:02-07:00

    Phoenix-based Avnet, Inc. (NYSE:AVT), a leading global technology distributor, partnered with Arizona State University (ASU) and its Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. The organizations collaborated to create the Avnet Innovation Lab, which is designed to spur economic…

  • GCU’s Brian Mueller a finalist for EY honor - Read Article

    GCU’s Brian Mueller a finalist for EY honor

    2016-05-14T09:50:30-07:00

    Brian Mueller, president of Grand Canyon University, has been named a finalist for the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year Award in the Mountain Desert Region that encompasses Arizona, Colorado and…

  • MCCCD names 1st Latina chancellor in Arizona - Read Article

    MCCCD names 1st Latina chancellor in Arizona

    2016-05-09T15:50:44-07:00

    Maricopa Community Colleges’ Governing Board voted to appoint Dr. Maria Harper-Marinick as Chancellor of one of the largest community college systems in the nation. Harper-Marinick becomes the first female and…

  • Lottery transfers $64M to Arizona beneficiaries - Read Article

    Lottery transfers $64M to Arizona beneficiaries

    2016-05-02T15:50:51-07:00

    Governor Doug Ducey and the Arizona Lottery are announcing a record breaking third quarter transfer of funds to statewide community organizations for fiscal year 2016. More than $64 million was…

  • Intel Science Fair needs judges and volunteers - Read Article

    Intel Science Fair needs judges and volunteers

    2016-04-28T11:50:31-07:00

    Supported by over 30 organizations including the Arizona Technology Council, the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF), is currently seeking judges and volunteers for this year’s event. Approximately 1,700…

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