A group of successful STEM educators, who are part of the ASU Impact Corps, visited ASU to share their best practices and learn more about how they can leverage the university's resources to…

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This summer, ASU researcher Ijeoma Ogbonnaya is testing a couples-based intervention to improve HIV care engagement among Ugandan adolescent girls and young women by reducing male partner alcohol use and intimate partner violence.



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As AI’s technology improves, it has the potential to process information faster, thus accelerating diagnoses and enabling earlier and possibly life-saving treatment for patients.



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