ASU Knowledge Exchange for Resilience helping Maricopa County residents

Arizona State University and Piper Trust recently announced a $15 million partnership to help improve life in Maricopa County. The project is called the ASU Knowledge Exchange for Resilience (KER), with a focus on helping county residents deal with shocks and stressors such as extreme heat. We’ll hear more about KER from ASU President Michael Crow and Piper Trust CEO Mary Jane Rynd.

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ASU President Michael Crow and Piper Trust CEO Mary Jane Rynd.

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