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UTO Turns Out to Clean Up Papago Trail

BY TETTLEMA – MAY 1, 2018

UTO team poses at Papago Park after helping clean up trails.

22 UTO volunteers took to the trails of Papago Park in April to hike and clean up the park. Their efforts to pick up litter helped keep the Phoenix Point of Pride enjoyable for all visitors...and they all got in a good exercise in the process!

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Global Accessibility Awareness Day at ASU

BY TETTLEMA – APRIL 24, 2018

Global Accessibility Awareness Day at ASU

Time: Thursday, May 17, 2–4 p.m.

Place: Coor Hall L1-88

Cost: Free

 

Join us for three UTO-sponsored workshops to celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day.  Help us to raise awareness and understanding of accessibility among the design, development, usability, and related communities who build, shape, fund and influence technology and its use.

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Ask a Biologist Service Turns 21

BY TETTLEMA – APRIL 23, 2018

ASU’s “Ask a Biologist” service, which lets anyone submit simple and profound questions about nature, turns 21 this year. Chief technology innovation officer Chuck Kazilek talked with KJZZ about how you can submit a question and get an answer back within 72 hours, with topics ranging from butterfly brains to the flight capabilities of penguins. Read about it here, and check out Ask a Biologist By the Numbers 2017 below.

 

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