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Brandon Paykamian

Staff Writer

Brandon Paykamian is a staff writer for Government Technology. He has a bachelor's degree in journalism from East Tennessee State University and years of experience as a multimedia reporter, mainly focusing on public education and higher ed.

Spurred by growing community concerns about student mental health, a program at AOS 90 places health workers in schools who can connect students to both in-person and remote therapy services.
Purdue is partnering with tech companies and researchers in Europe, Japan and India to share knowledge and prepare students for careers in advanced semiconductor technology and microelectronics.
Two universities and a software company will use a $5 million award from the National Science Foundation to design, build and distribute robots to others across the U.S. robotics research community.
Officials say plans to turn Purdue's Discovery Park District and the university into a focal point for emerging tech research and development efforts have made major progress in recent months.
Many online courses have low completion rates, and the new ed-tech platform Courus proposes to address this by tailoring lessons to each student's particular goals, interests and skill sets.
S.A.F.E., a new software tool from AMSimpkins and Associates in Georgia, is designed to detect and remove fake student applications, recommendation letters and other fraudulent admissions documents generated by AI.
The ed-tech platform Copyleaks has developed an AI-assisted tool to eliminate human bias and discrepancies in the grading process, aiming to provide consistency in grading while helping teachers save time.
As enrollment declines and online options proliferate, colleges and universities are hoping gamification will help boost student participation and engagement in classroom and campus activities.
A new initiative at the private research university will design new courses and programs in artificial intelligence, integrate AI studies into existing courses and get students and faculty thinking about its potential.
Addressing the ASU+GSV Summit on Wednesday, business leaders made a case for private-public partnerships to aid the development of online workforce training programs, internships and work-based learning.