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We talk with Sherry Hoskinson, Director of McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship.

Women Taking Charge

Director of entrepreneur program says success in business is all about risk, especially for women, in this in-studio follow-up to "Making Business Dreams Come True"

Episode 9: Business and the Skilled Workforce

Another round of funding cuts to the state's public universities bodes ill for the economy, regent chair says

Kimberly Craft interviews Brenda Viner, Co-Founder of the Festival of Books.

Tucson Welcomes Third Festival of Books

Free book event features hundreds of authors, donates proceeds to fund literacy outreach efforts

Poetry Out Loud

Regional Competition

Kimberly Craft interviews Veda Kowalski Ph.D., Associate Dean of Students at the University of Arizona about safety on a college campus.

Creating a Safe Campus

University of Arizona is refining steps, initiated years ago, to identify and cope with threatening student behavior

 We talk to a person who required heart surgery due to her Lupus and now sits on the board of directors for the Lupus Foundation of Southern Arizona. We also speak to a research assistant professor at the UofA who is working on this topic.

Living with Lupus

Researchers and survivors in Tucson raise awareness of an often misunderstood disease

We talk to June Scobee Rodgers, founder of the Challenger Space Center for Science Education.

Challenger Centers Take Off

Challenger astronaut's widow shares how she and the other survivors of those lost in shuttle tragedy turned personal loss into a positive gain for children everywhere

Two UA Regents, William Holmes and Rick Myers, discuss low cost degree programs.

UA Offers Alternative Path

Two Arizona Board of Regents members reveal how outsourcing will make learning more accessible and affordable for would-be college students

Rebecca Perez - Student

Students Answer President's Plea: Rebecca Perez

AZPM profiles high school students responding to President Obama's call for innovation that can "win the future"

At a recent panel discussion titled "Education in Arizona," state leaders discussed some of the pressing issues education issues in our state.

Education in Arizona: Is it Broken?

Education leaders discuss current challenges in Arizona

Kimberly Craft interviews Mark Stegeman, a TUSD Board Member, about the state of education in Arizona.

A Chance at Recovery

TUSD governing board president Mark Stegeman thinks the Tucson educational system can be fixed

Nancy Ledeboer, Director of the Pima County Public Library System, and Betty Stauffer, Executive Director of the LIteracy Volunteers of Tucson, join Tony Paniagua to discuss illiteracy.

Illiteracy in Tucson

An Arizona Illustrated follow-up to "Seeking the Skills for Success"

Kimberly Craft interviews author Diane Ravitch Ph.D.

Education Historian Calls for Reform

Diane Ravitch rescinds support of NCLB and Race to the Top

Raising Arizona

Transforming Ideas into Educational Excellence

Olga Goss is one of many local students improving her English skills with help from the Literacy Volunteers of Tucson.

Seeking the Skills for Success

Literacy Volunteers of Tucson has been helping local residents improve their literacy and their lives for 50 years

Ostin Zarse, a Student from THMS talks about his Solar Panel science project.

Students Answer President's Plea

AZPM profiles high school students responding to President Obama's call for innovation that can "win the future"

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