Purdue Polytechnic Institute and UEGroup are preparing a new collaborative center for students and tech companies to design more user-friendly products so that evolving technology doesn’t leave people behind.
A degree program in sustainable building technology at Missoula College, Montana aims to give students a range of career options to fill construction jobs involving renewable energy or sustainably sourced materials.
With help from a state grant and private funding, Heartland Community College in Normal, Ill. is planning a new training school while electric vehicle maker Rivian readies for production in the city.
Following a record-breaking year for cyber attacks, American institutions are devoting more resources to cybersecurity degree programs in an effort to meet growing demand for qualified professionals in the field.
Community and technical colleges are particularly well-suited to partnering with governments to bring broadband and digital literacy to underserved urban and rural communities.
The grant from the Ohio Department of Higher Education will help Miami’s College of Engineering and Computing recruit more than a dozen Ohio students per year studying robotics, manufacturing or automation.
Under a new internship program for 100 students, the state will partially reimburse employers who hire recent high school graduates for positions in software, data, cybersecurity, cloud and IT infrastructure.
Aiming to fill thousands of vacant jobs across South Carolina, Aiken Technical College is offering no-cost or quick-turnaround certifications for technicians in manufacturing, wireless tower maintenance and other fields.
Apple plans to add nearly 4,000 jobs in greater San Diego through 2026, which could mean more interest in nearby universities that focus on wireless technology, A.I., silicon engineering and cybersecurity.
The private Catholic university in Spokane, Washington this week unveiled the Gonzaga Center for Climate, Society and the Environment, which aims to be a resource for students, teachers and community leaders.
The Ann Arbor-based software company has teamed up with Wayne State University on a new AI-driven platform that combs the web for materials that could be of use in automotive tech courses and other related topics.
Several schools in southwest North Dakota are working with lawmakers, industry representatives and communities to turn a former Halliburton complex into a multi-million dollar training ground for technical careers.
The Biden administration’s new budget proposes to increase federal spending. While little is specifically geared toward school technology, some funds could help close the digital divide and bolster mental health services.
Cyber defense was never easy, but the increased focus by cybercriminals and the nature of higher education make it particularly challenging to protect research environments.
Chicago-based ed tech startup Upkey is offering an online internship program to 10,000 students to learn new skill sets in technology leadership, marketing and communication, among other skills.