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From October 8 to October 26, UTO participated in a charitable competition to see what teams could raise the most money for the non-profit organization United Way. United Way supports numerous programs to improve health, educational, and financial…
The Engage event helped UTO further its ideas on big innovation ideas.
Freezer’s Ice House sounded ideal for a place to gather during the record-breaking heat in Tempe, Arizona. What made it even better is that the Ice House is a pool hall - the perfect place to engage over 350 IT professionals in conversations that…
The first class of Lean Six Sigma Green Belt participants have graduated with the help of ASU’s Organizational Performance Office. This collaboration between Business and Finance and Global Outreach and Extended Education through the Ira A. Fulton…
Fiber optic infrastructure enables high-speed connections vital to education, research, medicine, commerce and economic vitality. Communities lacking adequate connectivity - particularly underserved rural and tribal communities and institutions -…
This week ASU hosted Emerge, an energy-filled internal collaboration event for all ASU IT professionals. Emerge brought over 700 participants together to engage in idea-generating peer discussions and passionately discuss technology trends.
Imagine being able to play music with another person miles away with essentially zero delay. That’s what ASU School of Music and Paradise Valley Unified School District (PVUSD) students can now do because of an innovative partnership between ASU,…
ASU’s Help Center has partnered with the Academic Technology Support (ATS) Learning Management System (LMS) Tier 2 support team to develop staff skills and help them reach their next level in career growth. With ATS’ help, the Help Center is helping…
Arizona State University was recognized as a winner during the 6th annual CSO50 Awards, an event that recognizes outstanding efforts of organizations’ security leaders and innovation initiators. A panel of security experts including practitioners,…
The UTO Emerging Leaders program, dedicated to providing leadership training and professional development for new and rising leaders in the University Technology Office, has expanded its program offerings this year to better prepare its participants…
Marcia Wilbur, a consultant for Drupal development here at Arizona State University in the University Technology Office, has returned from an amazing philanthropic trip to Oaxaca, Mexico. There she helped install computer labs with educational and…
Planning and Programs Director at ASU Katie Ranes is retiring on April 13, 2018. This is both a happy and sad time all at once. Katie will take with her a vast resource of knowledge and experience that many in the ASU community have relied on over…
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