Howard U. and AWS to equip students with cloud skills to tackle workforce problems
Howard University and AWS announced a plan for a new masters degree in data science in 2022, offering training on cloud services and other technology.
Alabama State U. announces $300K cybersecurity diversity grant
The funding is designed to boost participation in a field in which women and some minority groups are underrepresented.
Career development firm Emeritus buys STEM bootcamp company for $200 million
With the purchase of iD Tech, Emeritus executives said they'll span K-12 and career development education at universities.
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.
New Google program offers digital skills to formerly incarcerated adults
The search giant developed a bank of online resources for nonprofits working with people recently released from prison.
Miami Dade College, IBM partner to build tech-focused workforce
Miami Dade College will receive $10 million in assets from IBM over the next three years to expand its workforce development and technology programming.
VR helps Texas students prepare career paths early
VR simulations dramatically improved students' self-reported confidence with their career options after high school.
San Antonio invites students to join civic-tech challenge
Students attending local colleges, universities and trade schools are invited to join a local competition to solve real-world challenges flagged by the city.
U. West Florida opens cybersecurity training program for veterans
CyberSuccess' first cohort seeks eight veterans who will receive five months of online cybersecurity training and access to the Florida Cyber Range.