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The more than 7,800 students who graduated from ASU on Monday must be ready for a rapidly changing world, ASU’s president said. As family and friends filled Wells Fargo Arena for the undergraduate commencement on Monday morning, Michael Crow told the newly minted graduates: “I have one final lesson for our students, and that lesson is: Prepare for change.”

Maddie Niichel was excited to discover a field that combined her passions of engineering and psychology: human factors. The application of psychological and physiological principles to the engineering and design of products, processes and systems is a relatively new field. The goal is to reduce human error and increase productivity.

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There were times Kara Barron wanted to quit. And there were times the mother of two felt like she was straddling an impossible fence between school and home all by herself. But by learning how to persevere, she made it. Barron is graduating this fall with her Master of Science in plant biology and conservation from ASU — something she’s been interested in since middle school.

It is past time for the IRS to clarify that HRAs and HSAs can be used with Direct Primary Care and similar direct patient-physician relationships.

An indicator to measure plant conservation shows a wide range of wild plants used for food, medicine, shelter, fuel, livestock forage and other valuable purposes are at risk. These include wild populations of firs used for Christmas trees, the original types of kitchen-cupboard staples like vanilla, chamomile, cacao and cinnamon, wild relatives of crops like coffee, and non-cultivated plants used by bees to make honey.

Health-related costs have soared from about 5 percent of the average household’s annual spending in 1984 to 8 percent now, writes Marilyn Singleton, M.D., J.D., in the winter issue of the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons.“ Thus, the focus of healthcare reform must shift from merely providing insurance coverage to providing affordable options and …

The holiday season is in full swing. Order on or before Tuesday December 18, 2018 to make sure your tamales arrive in time for the celebration*
Tamales in time for the New Year? Order by Christmas Day to ensure you can add some tamales to your countdown.
*Orders placed before the deadline are guaranteed to ship to arrive for the holiday or the celebration, but we cannot guarantee a specific delivery date due to the high volume of orders during the holidays. Additionally,…

You love your brother, but don’t always agree with his politics. In fact, you still can’t believe how he voted in the 2016 presidential election. And now you’ll be spending the upcoming holidays with him. Should you even bother discussing politics? Absolutely, says Clark Olson, an instructional professional in Arizona State University's Hugh Downs School of Human Communication.

All this nonsense in Ohio has made this a ROUGH week! But good news, after some kickass, relentless work from our friends at NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio, the vote on the 6-week abortion ban has been

Canadian electronic pop artist Jamison Isaak aka Teen Daze gently and effectively nudges us out of this winter malaise that's just starting to set in,

The University of Queensland
21 November 2018
Avocado aficionados will benefit from a Queensland research project that aims to strip bare the avocado to reveal detailed information about the popular fruit’s biology
University of Queensland researcher Professor Robert Henry said data from a $13.3 million Horticultural Tree Genomics project could lead to better quality avocados
“Despite its global popularity and cult-like status in some countries, there…

The Q3 2018 Share of Ear Report from Edison Research demonstrates the large gap between advertiser perception and reality of audio time spent, as well as how AM/FM radio stacks up against streaming services. Here are the key trends from this quarter’s study.

MILWAUKEE, Wisconsin (Fox 32 News) - Bus riders in Milwaukee this weekend found that one seat on every bus was reserved in honor of Rosa Parks.

The holiday season is in full swing. Order on or before Tuesday December 18, 2018 to make sure your tamales arrive in time for the celebration*
Tamales in time for the New Year? Order by Christmas Day to ensure you can add some tamales to your countdown.
*Orders placed before the deadline are guaranteed to arrive before the holiday but we cannot guarantee a specific delivery date due to the high volume of orders during the holidays. Additionally, we may run out of…

Our article on Arizona Road Trips was a big hit, so we have gone ahead and done a Part 2 on Arizona Road Trips. Here are a few more cool spots to check out!

After a lawsuit is filed and served on the defendant, and after the Defendant files a responsive Answer to the lawsuit, the case enters discovery and disclosure. During this extended period leading up to trial, the parties exchange, produce, and create evidence in the form of disclosure statements, examinations, depositions, written interrogatories (questions), documents, witness testimony, expert affidavits, and much more
Rules 26-37 of the Arizona…

AEFFA October 1–4, 2018: Thank you to everyone who was able to join CIFR TA providers for breakfast and good conversation on the final morning of the Association of Educational Federal Finance Administrators Annual Conferenc
e in Boulder. CIFR would like to keep the shared-meal tradition going at the upcoming Brustein & Manasevit Fall Forum in New Orleans later this November. We were pleased to connect…

When ASU student Siddhu Immadisetty woke up every morning last summer in the Masai Mara preserve in southwestern Kenya, it was to the sound of hyenas whooping. Immadisetty spent two months living in a tent in the remote area working to improve an education center’s solar grid. Now, he is graduating from ASU with a professional science master’s degree in solar energy engineering and commercialization. He plans to devote himself to bringing light to the developing world.

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State lawmakers are loath to raise taxes, but they need to find money somewhere if they want to give local school property taxpayers a break — a primary goal for many of the state's top leaders.