SFAz has drawn top science and engineering talent to Arizona's research universities through its Bisgrove Scholars program. Read the profiles here.
Learn about the new Arizona STEM Network's five-year strategic plan to help transform Arizona's educational system here. Check out our new STEM Immersion Matrix here.
Read our five-year report that tells the SFAz story -- what we've accomplished and what new initiatives will shape the future. Click here.
SFAz announces selection of 35 Graduate Research Fellows for 2013-2014
SFAz and Helios Select Schools and Districts for STEM Pilot Program
SFAz Names Bisgrove Scholars Award Recipients to Lead Research at Top AZ Institutions
SFAz Adds New Board Members from Google and the Keegan Company
Watch Video of SFAz CEO Harris and COO Mullen Address Phoenix Mayor Stanton and City Council
SFAz Hires First Director of Analytics
Sierra Vista Herald: SFAz Explores How Local STEM Effort Can Be State Model
Education Week Features State STEM Groups and SFAz's Darcy Renfro
SFAz COO Margaret Mullen Honored Among 2013 'Dynamic Women in Business'
SFAz CEO Harris Receives Honorary Doctorate from NAU
SFAz Launches Pilot STEM Mentoring Program in Tucson, Flagstaff and Phoenix
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