higher education news
Six steps to reduce network exposure to cyberthreats on college campuses
New report shows how coordinated, data-driven security platforms can help higher education CIOs fortify their networks against potential threats.
Iris scanners offer convenience, security for Auburn student athletes
It's the only university where the biometric technology is used to grant students entry to certain facilities.
Carnegie Mellon U. names new director of security and privacy institute
Lorrie Faith Cranor says she hopes to bring experts from different fields together to create a trusted technology environment.
Don't leave any stakeholders out of adult edtech development, study warns
A report written by Luminary Labs in partnership with the Department of Education says a lack of collaboration can hobble capabilities.
Charlotte, N.C.'s Davidson College announces new CIO
Kevin Davis, formerly the college's deputy CIO, will now lead digital transformation efforts and engage more directly with the campus community.
NCWIT gets $4.1 million to expand workforce development programs
The funds will be used to create a "pipeline" of girls and women into STEM fields.
Students can simultaneously earn associate and bachelor's degrees through Purdue University Global
Through "reverse transfer" programs and partnerships with community colleges, the public university is streamlining the credit transfer process.
'Challenge Map' puts school needs first in education research
Commentary: Identifying goals and challenges and writing a plan are crucial for schools seeking maximum benefit from research partnerships.
How all-flash storage improves productivity at higher-ed institutions
Higher education institutions are integrating more all-flash storage solutions as a component of their infrastructure modernization efforts, according
PepsiCo to launch 'Snackbot' delivery drones on California college campus
The company says students across the University of the Pacific’s 175-acre campus will enjoy a "new way of snacking."