AWS will work with the university on streamlining the student transfer process, building out its data center engineering curriculum, creating collaborative opportunities for research and other initiatives.
The University of Northern Iowa will use nearly $1 million from the National Science Foundation to launch an 18-month online program to help train computer science teachers for grades five through 12.
A private Dominican college is suspending activity on the official Twitter accounts of the college itself and the athletics department due to a spike in hate speech, racial slurs and misinformation.
To meet growing demand for flexible learning models without losing campus culture, NCCU is creating a model for “hybrid living,” with in-person and virtual homecoming events, student club meetings and faculty meetings.
A grant from The Howard Hughes Medical Institute will go toward professional development, promoting diversity in STEM clubs and creating a student advisory panel to inform class and lab activities.
Millions in New York state grants will go toward research facilities, programs and infrastructure at institutions such as Long Island University, Farmingdale State College and Stony Brook University.
It is now a graduation requirement for medical students at the University of California at San Francisco to edit Wikipedia articles, and this has been a mutually beneficial arrangement for both them and the digital resource.
The university and professional services company have teamed up to launch a new smart manufacturing collaborative space and scholarship program to generate more career-ready graduates in the field.
A state grant will help the public research university develop more courses in smart manufacturing, improve the new Industrial Automation Laboratory and provide workforce training in industrial automation.
Many colleges and universities are still in the process of moving various systems to the cloud, citing the need to manage and secure large research data sets and growing networks with limited staff.