ASU Preparatory Academy operates tuition-free K-12 public schools located on or near the ASU campuses, in affiliation with Arizona State University. Each ASU Preparatory Academy is composed of an elementary, a middle and a high school program integrated into a single educational community where new innovations are developed, implemented and assessed. ASU Preparatory Academy provides personalized, university embedded academic programs empowering students to complete college, excel in a global society and contribute to their communities.
We recently partnered with the ASU UTO Webcast Team on the production of a series of video presentations and panel discussions conducted during the Southwest Energy Innovation Forum held as ASU SkySong. The day long event brought together leaders in new energy thinking from the academy, from industry, and from government.
“The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, Arizona State University (ASU), and U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency – Energy (ARPA-E) co-convened a conference on Energy Innovation in the Southwest region of the United States that included participation by entrepreneurs, state government officials, representatives of academia, private-sector leaders, nonprofit leaders, and innovators on October 18, 2010 at SkySong Innovation Center in Scottsdale Arizona.”
One example from the series
Photos of the event are available at the ASU Initiatives Flickr site.
We just recently completed this video presentation that illustrates the processes and goals of Professors Milton Sommerfeld and Qiang Hu of the ASU Laboratory for Algae Research. They are working to develop Algae as sustainable energy source as well as food product.