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The annual ASU+GSV Summit kicked off in San Diego on Sunday, drawing thousands of leaders for a four-day event that focuses on delivering education and workforce skills at scale.

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Amid escalating global conflicts and the prospect of a nuclear war, the idea of an apocalypse has moved from the realm of science fiction to being a real possibility. But according to Associate Professor Athena Aktipis, it’s not all doom and gloom. Her new book titled “A Field Guide to the Apocalypse: A Mostly Serious Guide to Surviving Our Wild Times” puts a positive spin on a serious subject.

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A group of middle school students in the Lake Havasu Unified School District recently participated in the Kids on the Colorado River Project, a full-day field trip hosted by staff and students at ASU at Lake Havasu that gives young students a hands-on outdoor lesson on the banks of one of the region’s most precious resources.

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