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Miami Dade College opens AI Center to boost local workforce
Miami Dade College opened the doors of its first of two centers for artificial intelligence, propping up new courses and professional development programs.
Two more universities upgrade to 6E networks
Texas A&M University and Doane University are the latest universities to announce upgrades to 6E networks.
Texas A&M University launches cyber research institute
Texas A&M launched its Global Cyber Research Institute to support cybersecurity research and training.
University of South Carolina launches 5G innovation hub
The University of South Carolina and Verizon's ‘Innovation Experience Hub’ will enable research of 5G for manufacturing, health care and other industries.
Online learning satisfaction rises post-pandemic
A new survey of online learners finds increasingly positive views of online learning compared to data from before the pandemic.
Cyberthreats against academia picked up this year, CrowdStrike says
As financially motivated attacks get easier to carry out, more universities are entering entering the crosshairs, CrowdStrike says.
Google gives University of Texas $3 million for computer science ed
Google.org, the search giant's philanthropic arm, is funding the University of Texas' Expanding Computing Education Pathways Alliance.
Yale CIO made university vice president of information technology
John Barden, Yale University's CIO since 2017, was appointed earlier this year as its vice president of information technology.
California State University system appoints Ed Clark as new CIO
Ed Clark, previously the CIO of the University of St. Thomas, will take over IT leadership of the California State University system.
Education Department forgives $1.5B in debt for students of defunct Westwood College
Westwood College, which closed in 2015, was found to have "engaged in widespread misrepresentations" about students' potential job prospects.