Mayo Clinic Transplant Center – Department home

Mayo Clinic’s highly ranked team of surgeons and specialists provides care for people who need transplants of the heart, lung, liver, kidney, pancreas, blood and bone marrow, hand and face as treatment for complex or rare disorders.

Mayo Clinic is the largest integrated transplant provider in the United States. Mayo Clinic’s campuses in Arizona, Florida and Minnesota include more than 150 surgeons and physicians and hundreds of allied health staff who are trained in caring for transplant patients. Mayo Clinic’s multidisciplinary team of experts is trained in many specialties, including cardiology, cardiac surgery, thoracic surgery, hepatology, nephrology, neurology, pulmonology, hematology, reconstructive surgery, endocrinology, pediatrics, physical medicine and rehabilitation, psychiatry, dermatology, urology and infectious diseases.

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Mayo Clinic transplant staff can answer your questions about the transplant process and post-transplant life.

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  • Mayo Clinic Transplant Center
  • 5777 E. Mayo Blvd.
    Phoenix, AZ
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Early Career Programs – NBA Careers


Our Summer Internship Program is a hands-on opportunity for enrolled college students to build their work experience and learn the behind-the-scenes operations of the NBA league office. Over the 10-week program, summer interns participate in a series of events and activities exposing them to the many facets of the NBA’s business, including the WNBA and NBA G League.

Applicant placement within an NBA department is based on the NBA’s business needs, as well as the candidate’s interest, experience, leadership skills and academic achievement. All positions are located at the NBA league offices in either New York City (midtown Manhattan) or Secaucus, New Jersey.

To qualify for the Internship Program, students must be either (a) enrolled in an accredited undergraduate college or university and be between their junior and senior year OR (b) graduate students (typically MBA) between their first and second years, or law students between years one

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University of Minnesota College of Design

University of Minnesota College of Design

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80 Inspirational Education Quotes for Students and Teachers (2019 Update)

80 Inspiring Education Quotes for Students and Teachers

Education opens up the mind, expands it and allows you to improve your life in so many ways.

So this week – as schools are starting again – I’d like to share 80 of the most motivating and inspiring quotes on education.

I hope you’ll find them helpful no matter if you’re a student that needs a boost of motivation or if you’re a teacher of any kind that wants to inspire and make a change in the lives of your students.

And if you want more inspiration check out this collection of quotes on moving forward and this one with growth mindset quotes.

Education Quotes to Motivate Students

“A man’s mind, stretched by new ideas, may never return to its original dimensions.”
Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.

“Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new.”
Albert Einstein

“He who opens a school door, closes a prison.”

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OER Commons

Open Author helps you build and publish Open Educational Resources for you and for the benefit of
educators and learners everywhere.

Learn more about creating OER

Groups provides a flexible environment to organize, create, share, and discuss resources with others in your network.
Collaborate with group members, tag and add resources to shared folders, create your own collections,
all within a public or private group.


Search through collections curated by our digital librarians


Common Core resources organized for your needs

Common Core


A Custom Resource Center

Projects, districts, states, and initiatives make use of Hubs to bring groups of educators together to create,
organize, and share OER collections that meet their common goals.

Explore Hubs


Custom Digital Libraries

Microsites are custom, flexible sites that include all the features available on OER Commons.
Microsites allow your users to search resource collections using a custom taxonomy at a

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Department of the History of Science, Harvard University


The Department of the History of Science is a lively interdisciplinary community of scholars and students who seek to advance understanding of science, technology, and medicine in their historical and social contexts. 

Our faculty and students come from diverse backgrounds and employ diverse approaches. We examine the past and present workings of science, technology, and medicine, the basis of their authority, the ethical and political dimensions of their regulation and applications, and the relationships among them and larger intellectual, cultural, social, and political trends and changes. Diversity, inclusion, and belonging are fundamental to the Department’s mission and identity, not only as moral and social goods, but because they make possible the advancement of knowledge central to our understanding of history and the world about us. 

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Educational Games

Educational Games

We have a variety of educational games including word, puzzle, math, geography, arcade, sports, and typing games. Some are educational games (i.e math, geography, etc.) and some are just for fun (i.e. arcade, sports).

The games above provided by Ducksters are relatively simple games that are generally puzzle or educational games. They can be enjoyed by most students of all ages. We are always looking into adding new games, so check back often. Click on the first link to see a listing of all the games along with a description and screen shot.

Card and Board Games

Have fun with friends and family with Board and Card Games.

Card Games
Go Fish
Crazy Eights
Old Maid

Board and Other Games
Chinese Checkers

Archive of Old Video Games

Here are some of our favorite video games out there in the market today. We

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Center for Urban Education | USC

Racial Equity in Online Environments

Six-Part Webinar Series

Our next webinar features Sharla Berry, Sim Barhoum, and Moderator Eriq Felix. Webinar III – Being Aware of Learning Opportunities and Constraints Posed by Online Teaching and Moving Towards Anti-Racist Practices will address the taken-for-granted practices that shape online learning environments which can be detrimental to the success of racially minoritized students. Please join us on May 7th at 12PM PST! Click here for more information about our partnership with California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office!

Since the new year began, I have been asked one question so often that I decided I would just answer it here. As I have… Read more »

The term “equity” seems to have arrived in full force. I now see it in initiatives, articles, and proposals. I hear it in presentations, reports, and… Read more »

I don’t know why this continues to surprise me. While

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Enroll in Career Training Programs

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California Science & Engineering Fair

California Science & Engineering Fair
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The California Science & Engineering Fair is the final science fair of
the academic year for students throughout the State of California in
grades 6 – 12,
serving California’s future
scientists and engineers since 1952.
The fair is hosted by the
California Science Center.

The 69th annual California Science & Engineering Fair
(2020) was canceled.
The 70th annual California Science & Engineering Fair (2021)

will be
held on
April 12-13, 2021.

That’s only
days away!

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Latest News from the Fair:

CSEF 2020 Canceled
We regret to announce that due to the COVID-19 crisis, CSEF 2020 has been canceled. Students who have already paid their Application Fees will have those fees refunded.