Thursday, February 26, 2009

Education chief updates Senate on status of territory's schools

The Senate Committee on Education, Youth and Culture met Thursday night to discuss the state of education in the territory.

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As college donating falls, schools think long-term

As college donating falls, schools think long-term
The legions of fundraisers colleges hired during the boom years have a new mission for these tough economic times: Go easy on the hard sell. Talk about financial aid, not shiny new buildings. If prospects can't give now, lay the groundwork for when the economy recovers.

Kosovo president receives leadership award at ASU

Fatmir Sejdiu spent semester on campus in 2003 Kosovo President Fatmir Sejdiu is the first recipient of the Arizona State University Distinguished Global Leadership Award. He was recognized Feb. 23 in a ceremony at ASU, which was attended by more than 250 members of the Albanian-American community in Arizona. Sejdiu was on the ASU campus just days after the first anniversary of Kosovo’s Declaration of Independence (Feb. 17) and just days before he was scheduled to meet with U.S. Secretary Continue reading ...