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Higher Education

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

CSUCI computer science professors Eric Kaltman and Joseph Osborn are using emulators to develop a digital archive for old computer games, giving scholars the ability to bookmark and access specific moments in games.
For their senior design project, civil engineering students at Montana Technological University are combining concrete with waste products in an effort to develop a mixture that would reduce concrete's carbon footprint.
The Purdue University system this week joined many other higher-ed institutions in blocking access to the TikTok app and website, based on a Purdue IT security audit and the terms of the app's user agreements.
Riverland Community College in Minnesota is building capacity to train technicians in manufacturing and logistics, as well as launching a new robotics certificate program and planning a robotics degree in the future.
Illini Esports, a student-run club featuring several competitive video gaming teams, will host its first-ever invitational tournament this weekend with nearly 300 competitors from five states.
A Texas college's Experience Lab, with 16 Meta Quest 2 Oculus headsets that allow users to interact within computer-generated environments, is helping professors add new dimensions and sensory aspects to their lessons.
UNO confirmed Monday that several services had been restored, and others will be brought back online incrementally while state authorities investigate the intrusion and whether anyone's personal data was compromised.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges launched their annual Women in IT Conference last week with a keynote from a Davenport North High School student who founded a nonprofit to provide tech support to local veterans.
Students and staff are expressing frustration while Louisiana State Police and the governor's office investigate possible cyber threats that prompted a handful of colleges to shut down their Internet services.
An unauthorized intruder accessed the network of a private Catholic university in Texas around Aug. 30 last year, and some students and faculty learned from credit card companies that their data had been compromised.