College Degrees Pay Off in the Long Run for Arizona Workers, Study finds

Nov 16, 2016 PM EST A study of pay records belonging to more than 270,000 Arizonans showed that the higher the degree of education a person has, the higher the salary bracket he/she might have.

Education A Big Influence Over Arizona Votes

Aug 04, 2016 AM EDT Education plays a major role in the upcoming Arizona elections.

Arizona State University Professor, Debra Schwartz, Discovered Dead By Oak Creek Canyon

May 13, 2016 AM EDT The corpse of missing Arizona State University, Deb Schwartz, was seen by Oak Creek Canyon earlier on Sunday morning. This incident was reported by Coconino County Sheriff's office announced. ...

University of Phoenix Enrollment Decline; Parent Company Apollo Education Group Net Revenues Fall 19%

Apr 25, 2016 AM EDT University of Phoenix parent company, Apollo Education Group, reported a decrease in enrollment, which leads to the 19 percent fall of its net revenues.

Poor Women Blame Children and Troubled Love Life for Poverty, Study

Oct 16, 2014 AM EDT Having children at a young age and a dysfunctional love life are some of the reasons given by low-income women for their poverty, according to a study led by the Arizona State University.

Gender Gaps Do Exist In Science Classrooms As Well, Study

Sep 03, 2014 AM EDT Researchers at the Arizona State University and the University of Washington have debunked a common assumption that the field of biology no longer faces gender inequalities.

ASU Launches New Biomedical Engineering Degree Set For Spring 2015

Jul 10, 2014 AM EDT The Alabama Commission on Higher Education approved a new Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering at the Alabama State University.

Starbucks’ Workers Can Now Earn Online Degrees at ASU at Discounted Rates

Jun 16, 2014 AM EDT Starbucks is teaming up with the Arizona State University to allow its workers to acquire online college degrees at reduced tuition rates.

Missing Arizona Teen Found Dead In Oregon

Aug 27, 2013 AM EDT The body of Johnathan Croom, 18-year-old Arizona teenager who was missing since last week, was found Monday Evening about 1,000 feet from his SUV that was abandoned in a wooded area of southern ...

ASU President Outlines Goals to Establish Univ as a Leader in R&D

Jan 25, 2013 AM EST Arizona State University President Michael Crow aims to increase research funding to $700 million per year from $385 million and to confer degrees to 25,000 students a year by 2020.

Academic Partnerships to Launch Free Credit Based MOOC2Degree Courses

Jan 24, 2013 AM EST Academic Partnerships, an association of public universities in the country, is set to launch free credit based MOOC2Degree courses along with its partners.

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