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ASU's crowdfunding platform a model of success that allows its community to chase dreams.

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How a centralized crowdfunding service fills fundraising gaps and makes everyone happy - especially development.

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It’s no surprise, then, that crowdfunding has trickled into the realm of higher-ed advancement over the past few years. Many schools have launched crowdfunding programs as a way to support the initiatives of students, faculty, and staff, while also increasing alumni engagement and giving participation rates among constituents.

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Arizona college students are putting their friendly rivalries aside and collaborating in an amazing effort to help those in need of free healthcare in Phoenix.

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ASU Foundation offers custom fundraising resource for use by entire university community. 

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It’s officially spring break, and some 50 Arizona State University students are heading, no, not to the beach, but to Seattle to be inspired by the city’s top design professionals.

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With students latching on to a variety of social media methods to communicate and in some cases, harass and belittle others, what can parents do to keep their children safe from the world of cyberbullying?

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After beginning the project in August 2012, a team of students and a professor are finally close to completing the cyberbullying detection app BullyBlocker.

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About half of teens admit to being bullied online but only one in ten admit to talking to their parents about it. Parents want to make sure their kids aren't victims.  But how do check up without being too nosey? What if you could get an idea of what is going on with your teen without snooping? Soon ASU hopes to have an app for that.

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A decade of research (and my own life experience) convinces me that fractured relationships can be healed when people know how to seek and grant forgiveness.  Forgiveness can be a constructive alternative to personal bitterness and revenge.  Our Forgiveness Tree Project teaches kids (and adults) why and how to forgive.  And it creates a supportive and empowering community event, the symbolic planting of a “forgiveness tree”, to facilitate the process.

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