At the University of Arizona, Finding Opportunities and Resources to Grow Entrepreneurs (FORGE) is a unit of Research, Innovation, and Impact. It has three missions, known as the 3 C’s: • Campus – Inspire and cultivate entrepreneurial thinking (FORGE Student Venture Pathways) • Community – Advance the entrepreneurial ecosystem (FORGE at Roy Place) • Capital – Drive scale‐up/launch acceleration (FORGE Venture Advisors™)
Arizona Center for Rural Health
The Arizona Center for Rural Health (AzCRH) is federally designated as the Arizona State Office of Rural Health (since 1990). AzSORH addresses ongoing and emerging rural health needs and is funded by the state of Arizona and the US Department of Health & Human Services, Health Resources & Services Administration, Federal Office of Rural Health Policy. AzSORH links rural communities with state and federal resources to develop long-term partnerships and solutions to improve rural health.
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THE RAAVOLUTION SOCIAL & CULTURAL IMPACT ALLIANCE OF ARTISTS, INFLUENCERS, BRANDS, AND ORGANIZATIONS PRODUCE EXPERIENCES CELEBRATING INDIGENOUS FIRST NATIONS, COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS AND CAUSES, AND THE GROWTH OF OUR YOUNG PEOPLE.WE ARE RELENTLESS IN OUR SOCIAL & CULTURAL IMPACT PURSUITS
Sarver Heart Center
About the Center Innovating. Life-Saving. Patient Care. Since 1986, the University of Arizona Sarver Heart Center faculty has pursued life-saving innovations, research and patient care. We have made progress since the 1960s when 40 percent of Americans died of cardiovascular disease. Today, that figure has decreased to 34 percent and death from the disease now occurs at an older age. Nevertheless, we cannot take much solace, as cardiovascular disease remains the No. 1 killer of Americans — a statistic that holds true for women as well as men. The History of Sarver Heart Center The Sarver Heart Center was founded as the University Heart Center in 1986 with the goal of preventing and curing cardiovascular disease through the three pillars of research, education and patient care. Renamed in 1998 in recognition of generous support from the Sarver family, the Center is composed of more than 160 physicians and scientists with national and international reputations. Their goal is to bring together scientists from complementary backgrounds and expertise to work collaboratively toward a future free of heart disease, vascular disease and stroke. The Sarver Family Jack Sarver died of heart disease in 1979 at the age of 58. The family struggle against heart disease began in the paternal lineage generations before his birth. The childhood memories of his young father's valiant struggle motivates Robert Sarver, with three sons beginning the next generation of the Sarver family, to end
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TelCyte is a full service telecom and infrastructure solutions provider. We take a systematic approach to getting to know our client and their needs, so that we can develop a comprehensive engineering solution to bring projects from conception through to completion; on time, within budget and will deliver a product with the utmost quality and attention to detail.
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