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Monthly Archive for November, 2011

It’s an opportunity to conduct research, get paid, and provide a great boost for your resume. It’s New College’s NCUIRE program, and it’s the focus of an extensive article in the State Press Magazine. NCUIRE stands for New College Undergraduate Inquiry and Research Experiences. As the State Press article points out, the program provides students with […]

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If we didn’t tell you about this, you’d never forgive us. Doug Kelley, associate professor of communication in New College‘s Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences, is the subject of an extensive article in this week’s State Press Magazine. The story focuses on his groundbreaking work in the field of communication and forgiveness. “One of […]

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It’s revolutionizing the preparation of PreK-12 teachers in Arizona, and it has caught the attention of a national publication that covers the latest news in the education field. It’s the iTeachAZ program now being implemented by ASU’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College. iTeachAZ was the subject of an extensive article in the Nov. 16 edition […]

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The College Republicans and Young Democrats on the West campus have crossed the aisle, so to speak, to work together and help out an extremely worthwhile program designed to brighten the holiday season for fellow members of the ASU family. Now it’s our turn to join them in helping out. The two student organizations are involved with Adopt […]

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Thanks to the Campus Environment Team and Office of Veterans Affairs on the West campus, there’s a series of events planned Nov. 7-9 designed to honor the men and women who have served their country in the U.S Armed Forces. Then on Saturday, Nov. 12, the campus hosts its annual Veterans Day Weekend Traditional Pow-Wow, which […]

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