More Arizona Illustrated Children’s & Education Stories

Girls in STEM

Since 2013, the Arizona Science Center has hosted monthly "Girls in STEM" events, in the hopes of inspiring girls to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and math.

Rhymes and Reptiles

Meet a local author who gets children and adults excited about science through clever rhymes and reptiles!

The Class of 2020

Graduation speeches from two high school seniors who add context and perspective to this unique and challenging time.

The Pharmacy Museum

The History of Pharmacy Museum at the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy houses one of the world's largest collections of artifacts, photos and exhibits dedicated to the history of pharmacy.

Transportation Museum

Old Pueblo Trolley is setting up a unique museum with a collection of historic buses, streetcars, and more.

Fostering Hope

Up to 80 percent of children in foster care have significant mental health issues, yet less than 25 percent receive treatment—a disparity that can have lasting and dire consequences.

The BoxerBots

The Vail 1828 BoxerBots robotics team based out of the Vail School District work together to build robots.

Oliver's Journey

Oliver’s journey as a transgender teen reveals the challenges you can face just for being who you are.

Coping in the Classroom

A look at what schools are—and aren’t—doing to meet the growing demand for mental health services.

UA Chimes and Echoes

There's more to the iconic chimes that ring out the time at the University of Arizona campus than you might think.

Teaching Percussion and More

Learning a musical instrument can be a rewarding path to enrichment.

The Power of Words

Most all of us have known someone who has suffered through the death of a loved one. A common concern at these times is what to say and what NOT to say to the survivors.

Saving Jude

Three-year-old Jude Anderson has been fighting cancer for half his life, but there’s love and magic in his battle.

Graduating Forster

Young people dropout of school for many different reasons and each student has a different story.

A Veteran's Story

After he suffered a devastating injury on the battlefield, Erik Castillo was told he would never walk or talk again. But he set out to prove his doctors wrong—and surprised himself with what he could achieve.

Sidney Levy

Sidney Levy, PhD could have retired three decades ago but the 93-year old professor, researcher and author still loves to go to work and inspire a new batch of people who are studying at the University of Arizona’s Eller College of Management.

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