Google's first machine learning program launches at Mills College
The course's launch is a testbed for a wider program the tech giant plans to roll out nationwide to support the computer science workforce.
Cal Poly Pomona leaks personal data, including GPAs, of all science students
A spokesman said the university is treating the incident affecting 4,557 students as "a teachable moment."
California making headway on plans for first fully online community college
California Gov. Jerry Brown shared details about how his state is getting closer to rolling out its first fully online community college.
Cal Poly's digital transformation hub lets students take technology to government
The university's Dx-Hub brings innovation to the public sector through student design.
Data of 15,000 people potentially exposed in Fresno State incident
A stolen hard drive contained records from 2003-2014, but university officials say that identity theft does not appear to be the motive.
Michigan unveils new data-driven parent dashboard
As states look for way to increase transparency, Michigan rolls out the first phase of a custom-developed Parent Dashboard.
California headed for its first fully online community college
The largest community college system in the country, serving 2.1 million students, will likely be adding an online college for working learners soon.
California groups collaborate on cybersecurity education program
The new program, Cyberhub, will organize the state's many leaders in the field to promote cybersecurity involvement among students.
California school district promotes STEM with summer institute
San Francisco elementary and middle school students will participate in a Summer STEM Institute to learn more about sustainable energy and engineering.