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02/04/2022
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Arizona State students sign up for 'digital equity jam'

Arizona State University is tasking students this Friday and Saturday with finding solutions for a problem troubling public and private officials nationwide: how to use the latest high-speed technologies to benefit communities. Nearly 80 students are signed up for the “Digital Equity Jam,” in which students will pitch projects related to education, the environment, climate change, peace and human rights, poverty alleviation and public health, said Heather Haseley, the co-director of ASU’s Learning Futures Collaboratory. Emily Bamforth has the details.


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How Dakota State U. became a 'cyber powerhouse'

With the public and private sectors raising the alarm on a lack of cybersecurity talent to meet rising threats, Dakota State U. announced a slew of projects last week. These include a planned $50 million lab in Sioux Falls, designed to offer the state as an alternative to the costs for workers who want specific, skill-intensive research jobs. Dakota State laid a foundation for the initiative with tens of millions of dollars spent on academic and specialized research buildings in Madison, a small city in southeast South Dakota. Emily has more.


Howard U. plans to address societal problems with new data research center

Although faculty at the historically Black university in Washington D.C. already incorporate data and analytics into research and coursework, it does not have a school or college dedicated to applied data science. A new Center for Applied Data Science and Analytics, announced after a $5 million donation from Mastercard, can serve as a “focal point” for any research or education efforts, Chief Academic Officer Anthony Wutoh told EdScoop. Check out the full story on EdScoop.


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