Ohio State researchers outline ‘smart’ job growth post-COVID
A new study from university researchers offers the central Ohio region six ideas to prepare for jobs of the future.
Penn State joins initiative to hire more diverse STEM faculty
Ultimately, the initiative will increase career opportunities in STEM fields for underrepresented groups, as well as improve student success.
U. Houston partnered with Microsoft to build STEM career pipeline
A new partnership is hoped to educate students and professionals in Texas to prepare them for new career opportunities in technology fields.
Illinois launches STEM website to improve education access
A new website showcases STEM resources like career-development events, virtual summer camps and learning centers at local universities or community colleges.
University of Florida builds supercomputer for AI research, education
The supercomputer, slated to be completed in 2021, is to prepare university students for jobs in AI, while also providing access to K-12 programs and Black and Hispanic colleges nationally.
Google announces certificates, scholarships to support workforce
Google says it will consider completion of the Coursera-based programs, which begin this fall, the equivalent of a four-year college degree.
Florida International University moves its summer camps online
While students can't participate in traditional summer camps this year because of the pandemic, FIU has created several virtual alternatives.
U. South Florida to offer cybersecurity courses for K-12 districts
The new program, which launches at schools in three Tampa-area counties this fall, will stress the importance of IT security and attempt to create talent pipeline to help close the cybersecurity workforce gap.
Coding workshops go virtual at Florida International University
Virtual workshops at the university cover topics like Python, penetration-testing tools and machine learning as organizers adapt to the pandemic.