Get involved in the 2020 Arizona Science & Engineering Fair! When you do, you help advance STEM education in Arizona and support future scientists and engineers as they compete. We are currently looking for co-chairs for the Judge committee and the Display & Safety committee, as well as additional judges and volunteers.
Join the Arizona Technology Council, Palladium IT Advisors CEO Diane Smigel and Ticketmaster executives on January 14, 2020, for an insightful and interactive program based on the landmark McKinsey 2019 Women in the Workplace Study.
Do you have knowledge and expertise that you would like to share with the PHX community in an educational, non-commercial/non-promotional format? Speaker applications are due December 8, 2019.
Oct 10 panel with some of Arizona’s #TechTitans: The complexities and out-and-out terror of the world’s cybersecurity battle is all too real. It will take an army of new recruits – such as the many GCU students going through their cybersecurity “boot camp” – to win the fight.
More than 1,200 educators, researchers and high-tech business leaders will gather to showcase new products and discuss emerging trends in science, technology, engineering and math at the 2019 Arizona STEM & Innovation Summit Sept. 17.
The Arizona Technology Council in partnership with the Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA) present the third annual Smart City + IoT Conference on Thursday, September 12, 2019, where attendees will discover how technology can be harnessed for more successful and sustainable cities.
Arizona CEOs, presidents and business owners recently escaped the heat and headed north for the Arizona Technology Council’s annual CEO Leadership Retreat. This two-day event at the historic Hassayampa Inn in Prescott provided innovative speakers, interactive workshops, keynotes, golf, behind-the-scene tours and networking.
What’s the next big thing in science and technology? The answers can be found at the Arizona STEM and Innovation Summit presented by the SciTech Institute, an Arizona nonprofit focused on cultivating an ecosystem of conscious science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) communities through awareness, connections and empowerment.
This year, MSS Business Transformation will be presenting the event’s newest accolade, the MSS Business Transformation Leader of the Year Award. This honor will be given to an executive or an organization (for-profit or not-for-profit) that has achieved significant business success driving positive, transformational change in their organization with measurable outcomes in 2018.
The Governor’s Celebration of Innovation Awards are open to ALL Arizona companies. Membership in the Arizona Technology Council is not required to submit a nomination. Download the nomination category form applicable to your organization and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, July 26, 2019.