Researchers developed a new forecast model to better predict large waves approaching the coast of West Maui, where sea-level changes and coastal erosion continue to imperil vital infrastructure and properties.
The 15th annual SWeETy (Summer Welding & Electrical Technology) Camp at Calhoun Community College, Alabama, is training high school girls for careers as electricians, welders, engineers and other male-dominated jobs.
Still recovering a few small systems after a ransomware attack eight months ago halted classes for a week, the Illinois college is planning extensive cybersecurity improvements in the coming year.
The Center for Education Reform is raising funds to update edmaven.com, a social networking platform designed to connect ed-tech developers with the capital and tech teams needed to create new digital learning tools.
While a chief information officer’s primary responsibilities lie in IT systems and cybersecurity, finding the right person for such a critical leadership role requires looking at more than technical savvy.
Having lost a fifth of its enrollment from fall 2019 to 2020, MJC is preparing for a fall semester with fewer course offerings, sparsely populated classes and nearly half its students now favoring remote instruction.
A three-year competition sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy, General Motors and Mathworks challenged students from 11 universities to convert a 2019 Chevrolet Blazer into a hybrid vehicle.
Part of a strategic partnership to help historically black colleges and universities modernize their digital infrastructure and cybersecurity systems, the money will go toward student financial aid and tech services.
A new collaboration between the Technical College System of Georgia, the Technology Association of Georgia, the state department of education and Amazon Web Services wants to train a future workforce in cloud computing.
A report co-authored by the state and the national organization Attendance Works found that chronic absence increased by more than 8 percent compared to 2019, particularly among Black, Hispanic and high-needs students.