Alaska doubles minimum internet speeds for schools
A bill signed by Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy that raises minimum connectivity standards is expected to benefit Alaska's rural districts as the state responds to the public health crisis.
Carnegie Mellon U. launches cybersecurity master's program in D.C.
The new program, headed by former U.S. Chief Information Security Officer Gregory Touhill, is designed to train a new generation of talent not only technically, but in business and management skills.
LA hackathon for students moves online amid virus outbreak
The eighth annual LA Hacks event will adopt a virtual format for the first time this year to give students a chance to explore and create new technologies.
Illinois Tech announces 'college of computing' for all students
The new college is designed to teach computational and analytical skills to students of all majors, not only those studying computer science.
Coronavirus worry jolts U. Washington to move classes online
The University of Washington has cancelled in-person classes for the rest of the quarter and some other institutions are following suit.