The PRIME Center at Arizona State University was established to expand the talents of mathematically promising middle and high school students. We work with faculty and ASU students to support research and development projects. Some notable programs include support for a science and technology center at ASU, BioXFEL, and Project AMP, which partners teachers and students around the development of software apps to address needs in health care, nutrition, fitness, city planning, finance, travel and education. 

PRIME  programs are dedicated to:

  1. Assisting students with difficulties in mathematics at all levels: elementary, middle, and secondary.
  2. Providing parent seminars and workshops.
  3. Preparing the community to support mathematics education.
  4. Increasing the pool of talented teachers in mathematics at all levels.
  5. Offering ongoing professional development for teachers.

 In 2012, PRIME was recognized with the Outstanding Afterschool Programs Award from the Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence.