How the 'little university on the prairie' became a 'cyber powerhouse'
A recent $90 million cyber research announcement at Dakota State builds on years of work by the small school to make waves in a big industry.
U. Michigan developing search-and-rescue robots
A $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation is funding work to build robots that can help first responders avoid danger in the field.
Relationships key to universities' digital transformation, Educause research shows
Successful institutions incorporate elements of culture, workforce and technology into their digital transformation initiatives, Educause researchers found.
Chatbots help with creativity, idea-generation, research finds
Cornell researchers found that chatbots helped people produce more ideas and shed anxiety that sometimes accompanies group work.
University ag research facilities need $11.5 billion, institution groups say
A letter from 350 agricultural organizations and the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities calls for $11.5 billion in federal funding.
University enrollment continues to slip into the spring
Demand for graduate degrees is up, but overall higher education enrollment is dropping "precipitously," The National Student Clearinghouse said.
Most universities aren’t fully satisfied with their digital engagement
Only 10% of higher education leaders said they thought their websites were "very effective" at engaging students, according to survey data from Modern Campus.
Online education gets positive reviews in recent college survey
Though drawing heavily from a pool of current and prospective students in online-only programs, new survey data yielded unusually positive reviews.
U. Arizona is developing smartphone-based COVID-19 tests
With just a microscope, smartphone and wax paper, researchers say students may soon be able to test other students around campus.