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Tech Launch Arizona presented five awards for innovation, leadership and impact at its eighth annual I-Squared Awards and Expo.
Borrowers whose writing is more readable, positive and truthful are less likely to default on a loan and tend to be charged lower interest rates, researchers have found.
COVID-19-related anxiety can undermine or re-energize job seekers, depending on how they process it, according to new research.
The $3.5 million gift creates endowed chairs at Sarver Heart Center and the Eller College of Management.
Tech Launch Arizona’s second Student Innovation Challenge has selected five student teams for funding to prototype inventions for commercialization. Twenty-six applications were received in all, and the judging panel awarded a total of approximately $40,000, which was distributed amongst the teams to develop their ideas into prototypes.
Tech Launch Arizona has awarded funding to five-student teams to develop inventions with the goal of bringing them to the public as impactful products to benefit society.
Businesses should look to the values of their stakeholders to predict the effects of taking a public stance on a divisive issue, new research finds.
In a complicated economic environment, pay-what-you-can programs, massive open online courses and extended corporate partner benefits are making UArizona offerings more accessible.
While the pandemic is a shared challenge for the class of 2020, some students have also overcome deeply personal struggles, from drug addiction to family tragedies.