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Higher Education

Stories that feature technology-related projects, initiatives or curriculums in higher education in the United States.

The tool, dubbed “GovScan,” allows policy analysts to scan large documents and data sets to research and find relevant information for policy proposals, cutting the hourslong process down to a matter of seconds.
The University of Missouri is among several U.S. higher-ed institutions to receive an award from the National Science Foundation to create a new research hub focused on emerging tech applications across disciplines.
Career training facilities like Northland Workforce Training Center are catering to student and employer needs, inspiring colleges and universities to offer short-term certifications to compete.
A private research university in New York is launching an online master’s degree in business analytics and applied AI that will combine analytical training with insights about AI applications in business.
A local economic development authority is supporting a cybersecurity apprenticeship program at a public community college in Maryland, which helps people gain skills and security clearance for IT security jobs.
A new Center for Urban and Coastal Climate Science Research will connect artificial intelligence and machine learning, health disparities, environmental health and climate science in a transdisciplinary approach.
A press conference on Friday convened representatives from SUNY, CUNY and regional technology companies who praised the state's planned $275 million AI hub for its potential to move the technology along.
Colleges and universities are increasing investments in new supercomputer infrastructure for both research and classroom applications, especially in physics, astronomical sciences and communications.
A former IT leader from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse recalls an incident that showed the pitfalls of making departmental decisions without asking the team, as well as the importance of trust and communication.
The University of Pennsylvania will offers coursework in topics including machine learning, computing algorithms, data analytics, and advanced robotics, with electives in AI ethics and trustworthy AI.