Educators are concerned about killware, the latest type of cyber attack, which can cause deaths by disabling life-and-death technological systems such as hospital networks or public utilities like water and power.
The two-year college in Georgia has delayed the announcement of a new training program with one of the world's largest tech companies, while it also plans new campuses and programs focused on workforce development.
The ed-tech company BCdiploma is lending its blockchain tool for verifying credentials to Modern Campus and its course management system for students, reducing the need for paper transcripts and certifications.
Japan’s largest tech school intends to share its research, support new startups, promote student exchange programs and generally foster international collaboration with a new site in the Bay Area.
A new $20 million, 40,000 square-foot facility in Naperville, Ill. has large touchscreens, simulated rooms, ultrasound devices and other high-tech equipment for medical and engineering students.
Hoping to bolster the cybersecurity workforce in East Texas and nationwide, the University of Texas intends to start offering the program in fall 2022 through the Tyler campus' Soules College of Business.
More than 100 government officials and academics discussed cybersecurity, misinformation and threat response in a recent workshop hosted by the University of Southern California Cybersecurity Initiative.
The Indy Autonomous Challenge in Indianapolis will bring together teams from 21 universities across the globe to showcase their work on autonomous vehicles they’ve been developing in recent years.
A leading national cybersecurity firm hired by the University of Massachusetts Amherst to find the culprit behind racist emails and online messages will use custom tools, and both proprietary and commercial data.
Purdue University Global recently announced the program, which will be free for employees of the military contractor ManTech, as part of ongoing efforts to train students for IT work in government agencies.
The grants will help Springfield Technical Community College in Massachusetts to create a new first-year course and address issues with transportation, student support and child care for Hispanic and low-income students.
The Harold Alfond Center for the Advancement of Maine’s Workforce will provide free or discounted training for careers in information technology, the green economy, health care and manufacturing, among others.
Community colleges in Las Vegas and Tucumcari have signaled their interest in joining five others in the state to create an online database for sharing student and staff records and integrating administrative systems.
The university has enlisted the help of Stroz Friedberg Digital Forensics, owned by the UK-based Aon, to identify the source of racist emails and online messages sent to Black student groups since late August.
The University of California system could potentially add 20,000 seats and new programming for incoming students by 2030. The changes come amid surging enrollment demand as schools slowly return to business as usual.
Cal State Bakersfield has won a $5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to help expand access to STEM-related fields through internships, community outreach, research and local partnerships.