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Arizona State University broke ground Wednesday on a complex that will advance a new concept in intergenerational living and lifelong learning.
Mirabella at ASU is a 20-story senior living facility at Mill Avenue and University Drive on the university’s Tempe campus. The building, scheduled to be completed in 2020, will include 252 independent-living apartments and 52 health-care units, as well as an indoor pool, theater, art museum, spa, dog park and four restaurants.
Each January the National Association of College and University Business Officers compiles data from hundreds of institutions of higher learning across the U.S., public and private. The result is the NACUBO-Commonfund Study of Endowments (NCSE), a definitive report that serves as an annual benchmark of the performance of university investment funds.
As institutionally related foundations expand their mission, new organizational and governance structures should be explored.
In multi-mission foundation systems, board members should be aligned with mission objectives.
A strong relationship between the institution and foundation system presidents helps them to focus on strategy and innovation.
In the past decade, Arizona State University has led the nation in creating unparalleled access to education and programs to ensure success for an increasingly diverse student population — while building and maintaining global research excellence and attracting some of academia’s greatest minds.
To continue its ambitious trajectory, and in part to meet the growing demand for college-educated workers in Arizona and beyond, ASU must accelerate its educational activities.