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11/19/2021
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U. Rhode Island joins high-performance computing center

The University of Rhode Island is the first out-of-state university to join a high-performance computing center in Massachusetts, opening up opportunities to collaborate with five research universities, URI director of research computing Gaurav Khanna told EdScoop. The university announced plans Tuesday to join the Massachusetts Green High-Performance Computing Center in Holyoke, Massachusetts, partnering with the University of Massachusetts, Northeastern, MIT, Harvard and Boston University. Emily Bamforth has the details.


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New Jersey invests $400 million into higher ed infrastructure

New Jersey is investing $400 million to improve its higher education infrastructure, hoping to keep more high school students in state for college by offering state-of-the-art facilities, Gov. Phil Murphy said in a press conference this week. The state plans to open applications through its higher education capital facilities bond programs in early 2022 so colleges and universities can ask for money to improve aging infrastructure or for new projects. Emily has more.


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WATCH: AWS VP on the benefits of a data-led migration to the cloud

Sandy Carter, executive for AWS, discusses why focusing on a data-led migration into the cloud — that solves a business decision within the organization — can lead to a faster return on investment, greater insights and innovation for business operations. She highlights several examples of how federal, state and local agencies have taken advantage of the benefits of this approach. Watch Carter’s full interview here.


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