“Health and safety have been of foremost importance, and we are pleased to utilize these funds to support those efforts as well as technology and infrastructure investments critical to offering our students many options for continuing their educational pursuits,” Cheng said in a statement.
Meanwhile, the University of Arizona is receiving $83,541,350 while Arizona State University will be getting $191,373,341.
Students in need of support should contact their institutions for information about how they can apply for an emergency grant.
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The process of fitting a prosthetic leg to a person is definitely not “one size fits all,” said Mike Kayser, owner of Next Step Prosthetics in Flagstaff. It is a deeply personal process, and the resulting prosthetics deserve to be deeply personal as well.