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A Sleep Education Program to Improve STEM Education in Elementary School, also known as "Z-Factor,"  is funded by a $1.2 million grant through the Innovative Technology Experiences for Students and Teachers, a program of the National Science Foundation. Z-Factor is led by Michelle Perfect, an associate professor in the UA College of Education's Department of Disability and Psychoeducational Studies, and Janet M. Roveda, an associate professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

June 2015

Huffington Post blog: Who wants to teach in Arizona? Camp Cooper turns to social media for cash infusion

UA News: Summer camps with a STEM focus

UA News: UA grad leads STEM teaching fellows

May 2015

UA News: UA employees honored for research, leadership

UA News: Program builds resiliency in veterans

Fusion: White masculinity is a problem for America's colleges, professors say

Women's eNews: For the sound of gender bias, check my phone mail

The Washington Times: More than 1 way to got Greek at University of Minnesota

April 2015

Blog, The Hill: Revenge porn laws need to do more than punish the offenders

US News & World Report: Partnerships, volunteerism philanthropy: companies with STEM talent support education

My Met Media: Latino leadership summit honors César Chávez

Latina: Professor teaches class on " The Problem of Whiteness" and gets tons of backlash

March 2015

Ischoolguide:UA researchers to study link between sleep deprivation, child's interest in STEM

Seattle Times:Oklahoma incident spotlights race problems at fraternities to study effects of sleep patterns on STEM education

UA News:UA employees, programs honored

UA News:'Z-Factor' to explore sleep, learning link

UA News:Teachers in Industry named 'Exemplary' program teacher prep regulations go too far

February 2015 Entre risas y enseñanzas, la UA despide a Richard Ruiz

Press Release Point:UA efforts address national STEM demand Ruiz 12/31/1948 - 2/6/2015

Arizona Daily Independent:U of A Mexican American Studies head passes away

UA News:Richard Ruiz remembered for his passion and humor

KVOA:Local woman sheds light on recent measles outbreak

Phoenix New Times' blogs:ASU under fire from the right over a professor's 'problem of whiteness' class

January 2015

Insider Higher Ed:The (out-of) state university TUSD plan would put middle schoolers at Sabino

San Antonio Express-News:Homophobic bullying can be deadly           

New study finds link between TUSD ethnic courses, improved graduation rates

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