The partnership will open the door for about 3,000 students from over 50 schools in the city to apprenticeship opportunities for some of the city’s leading employers in the finance, technology and business ops fields.
Miami Dade College will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony Sept. 20 for a new AI Center to host AI classes, workshops, quantum computing labs, multi-use spaces and a “design-thinking room” for collaborative projects.
Five higher education institutions in and around Albany will receive science grants to advance research, connect students to scholarships and help train a future workforce in semiconductor technology.
The county legislature that oversees SUNY Erie Community College gave the go-ahead to maintain the current, inefficient ERP system for three more years to protect student data while migrating to a new system, Ellucian Banner.
An ed-tech company's new platform aims to help college applicants with advice from writing coaches and former admissions staff, plus digital tools for virtual task management, communication and feedback.
A federal court in Ohio has ruled that universities may violate privacy rights by scanning students’ rooms during remote exams. The ruling could affect university policies around test proctoring for remote learners.
Lauren Rhue, an assistant professor of information systems at the University of Maryland, says human intervention is necessary to mitigate bias in technologies from Amazon Rekognition, Face++ and Microsoft.
Forensic investigators say a ransomware attack in June that shut down the college's website and network systems could have given intruders access to first and last names, Social Security numbers and other data.
Research universities affiliated with the Massachusetts Green High-Performance Computing Center will spend $5 million to expand its computing capacity, contributing to studies of ecosystem dynamics and climate change.
Despite an increase in online learning since the pandemic, not much has changed in terms of how colleges and universities are accredited, but officials at accreditation agencies are interested in tracking outcomes.
The new 125,000-square-foot school includes science labs, machine shops, a fabrication and engineering lab, and a “cyber range” where students can learn to detect and mitigate cyber attacks in a controlled environment.
Initially believing the WorkDay ERP system might save them millions, SUNY public college officials say it cost them $12 million while failing to meet their needs, and now they'd rather replace it than spend more to fix it.
UF researchers are working with the data analytics company SAS to gather data and investigate the connections between pollution, ocean circulation, coastal water quality and economics using water forecasting technology.
The private university will host the annual Kentucky Cybersecurity and Forensics Conference this November, at which attendees will be able to network and hear strategies to protect their Internet and communications.
Noting the efforts of health care workers during COVID-19, a private research university in New York is cutting online tuition in half for the College of Professional Studies for employees of local health care systems.