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ASU Now | February 04, 2017
ASU is hosting five free open houses over the month of February. The Downtown Phoenix campus held its event in conjunction with Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication's annual Innovation Day. Additional dates are as follows: West campus: 4-9 pm, Feb.11; Polytechnic campus 4-9 pm, Feb. 17; Thunderbird campus: 4-8 pm, Feb. 18; Tempe campus: 3-9 pm, Feb. 25.
Scottsdale Independent | February 01, 2017
Nearly 150 attendees, including students, parents, and the mayor of Scottsdale, gathered at SkySong to discuss a solution to the large amount of students from Coronado High School that are not college or career ready. ASU’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College will lead the design team working with Scottsdale Unified School District.
ASU American Indian Policy Institute launches Inno-NATIONS initiative to support Native American businesses
ASU Now | January 31, 2017
The American Indian Policy Institute (AIPI) at ASU in collaboration with ASU’s Entrepreneurship + Innovation, The Department co-working space, Maricopa County Small Business Development Center, and The Visionary Magazine announces an inter-tribal initiative championing tribal entrepreneurship and economic development across Arizona. The goal is to support up-and-coming Native American entrepreneurs succeed.
AZ Central | January 25, 2017
ASU students and graduates can learn the latest enterprise-level, next generation technology coding skills at Revature’s coding bootcamp program located at ASU SkySong. Revature guarantees a job when the program is completed.
ASU Now | January 18, 2017
ASU Draper GSV Accelerator is a new ed-tech accelerator with an initiative to move education technology to the market faster by allowing new ventures to be tested by ASU students and faculty.