An Arizona Association of Realtors executive gave members an update on the organization’s current legislative efforts, which included reviewing over 1,000 pieces of legislation affecting the real estate industry.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Service has awarded a $494,000 grant to the Arizona Department of Education's (ADE) Health and Nutrition Division, according to an ADE press release.
Basing its blueprint on that of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the local Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce (GPCC) recently recommended the Talent Pipeline Management (TPM) model for business solutions.
The Arizona Department of Transportation's (ADOT) free Construction Academy has certified 27 members of the Pascua Yaqui tribe for work on tribal construction projects, according to an ADOT press release.
Tempe Mayor Mark Mitchell will be honored by the Arizona Bioindustry Association next month as the recipient of the 2017 AZBio Public Service Award for his leadership and efforts in supporting the city’s life-science industry.
The Bressler-Alpert Society, which funds travel for University of Arizona (UA) residents and fellows to present their findings at conferences, have presented Dr. Francisco Mora with a Travel Award, UA College of Medicine –Tucson reported.
Four decades of safe instruction netted Tucson’s Pima Community College an award from the Southern Arizona Chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) in recognition of its Motorcycle Rider Training program.
Arizona’s superintendent of public instruction is applauding Attorney General Mark Brnovich for his legal actions against the state’s Board of Regents, claiming the board’s over 300 percent university tuition hikes are unconstitutional.