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Chancellor Raises Concern About Protecting Research

by Dave Kolpack, Associated Press | October 16, 2017 FARGO, N.D. — Potential customers who are interested in teaming with North Dakota researchers Read more

Faculty: University of Kansas Student Hacked into Computers

by Associated Press |
LAWRENCE, Kan. — A recent cybersecurity breach has a University of Kansas faculty group conce [...] Read more

College of Charleston Gets Nearly $2M for Professorship

by Associated Press | October 9, 2017
CHARLESTON, S.C. — The College of Charleston is getting nearly $2 million for a new professor [...] Read more

Evaluation Tool Gives Writing Instructors a Helping Hand

by Tiffany Pennamon | September 27, 2017
A web-based evaluation tool is allowing writing instructors to spend more time improving studen [...] Read more

2 Ohio Colleges Apply for Medical Marijuana Testing

by Associated Press |
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Two colleges have applied to handle testing for Ohio’s nascent medical mar [...] Read more

Virginia Tech Professor Charged with Fraud in Grant Funding

by Associated Press | September 26, 2017
ROANOKE, Va. — A Virginia Tech professor has been accused of defrauding the university and th [...] Read more

Yoga Utilized to Assist Young Girls on Coding Path

by Ya-Marie Sesay | July 20, 2017
HowGirlsCode “Mind, Body, and Coding” summer camp, held on the campus of University of Mary [...] Read more

House Reaches Deal to Greatly Expand GI Bill

by Hope Yen, Associated Press | July 13, 2017
WASHINGTON — Congressional Republicans and Democrats have reached initial agreement on the bi [...] Read more

Survey: Hiring on Upswing for Recent College Grads

by A.K. Brunini | June 8, 2017
Employers are expected to hire five percent more recent college graduates this year, according [...] Read more

MIT Gets $140M Donation from Anonymous Alumnus

by Associated Press | June 7, 2017
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is getting a $140 million donati [...] Read more

Experts See Early STEM Exposure as Key to Fortifying Cybersecurity

by Ya-Marie Sesay | May 18, 2017
If students were exposed to STEM earlier in life, the nation’s cybersecurity could be improve [...] Read more

West Virginia U. Researchers Patent Method to Strengthen Buildings

by Michael Virtanen, Associated Press |
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia University researchers have patented technology for reinfor [...] Read more

Martin Learned to be Game-Changer Off the Field

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | April 6, 2017
Although he was the first Black football player at North Carolina State University, Dr. Marcus [...] Read more

Matthew Adams Not Hesitant to Stand Out on Campus

by Christina Sturdivant | March 26, 2017
Dr. Matthew Adams has heard that there are other LGBT staff members at the New Jersey Institute [...] Read more

Diverse Conversations: We Need More Diversity in Information Technology

by Matthew Lynch | March 9, 2017
If the information technology field cannot attract a more diverse population, the field is goin [...] Read more
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