U. Notre Dame expands online course offerings with Everspring deal
New courses centered on the use of data for philanthropy and global development will be offered through Everspring's online platform.
Google upgrades education suite, unveils 40 new Chromebook varieties
Google will offer more than 40 new types of Chromebooks for schools this year, alongside new features to its cloud-based learning platforms.
Coursera launches 'activism in sports' class taught by Chris Webber
The five-time NBA All-Star will teach a course, Coursera announced, offered through Morehouse College, an all-male historically Black college in Atlanta, Georgia.
U. Central Florida announces $3M cybersecurity scholarship program
Funding from the National Science Foundation will provide students at the University of Central Florida scholarships for cybersecurity studies.
Coursera partners with Howard U., expands diversity catalog
Coursera announced a new partnership with the historically Black university, along with workforce initiatives and more than 40 courses centered on diversity, equity and inclusion.
'Whole person care' works for outgoing inmates in California county
Research into a program in Riverside County, California, shows that 12-month recidivism rates declined 65% among those who attended just one behavioral health appointment.
Tulane University law school launches two new online master's programs
Built on Everspring’s learning platform, the new programs in energy and environmental law continue a trend toward digital education.
U. New Haven's esports program fills a gap at the business school
The university claims it's created the first master’s degree of its kind in North America and the first that can be completed entirely online.
CSU Stanislaus puts student coaches on campus with College Possible partnership
The university says it hopes to boost student retention and close achievement gaps among minority and first-generation students.
U. South Carolina to play key role in 'statewide cyber ecosystem'
A new research and workforce development project between the university, military, private industry and the state government is poised to make South Carolina "one of the nation’s premier cyber hubs," Gov. Henry McMaster said.