Texas A&M innovation challenge draws students from around the world
In a two-day competition, students from 40 universities will design and build inventions that can be used to help solve global challenges.
Responding to ransomware, Loyola U. launches cybersecurity degree
School leaders say rising industry demand and recent destructive cyberattacks underscored the need for more cybersecurity education.
Two historically black universities in Virginia to get $3.5M for STEM
The funding expands the UTeach program, currently at 45 universities nationwide, to train new teachers with STEM degrees.
North Dakota launches student app challenge for career development
State officials are hopeful the competition will provide enterprising young developers a chance to meet with industry and secure job opportunities.
U. Central Florida offers online classes to inmates
The opportunity to take classes online will give inmates the ability to earn college credit and prepare for life after release.
Government developing AI use case repository for agencies facing challenges
The AI Community of Practice meets next month to identify "practice areas" where use cases are hitting hurdles.
MSU gets $2 million for computational thinking research
Grant funding from the National Science Foundation will help K-12 teachers integrate computational thinking into their classrooms.
Howard U. receives $10M donation to fund STEM scholarships
The donation from Karsh Family Foundation will fund full scholarships and educational opportunities for students pursuing advanced degrees in STEM.
Cyber training center at USC Aiken to receive $15M
The facility being built on the South Carolina university campus is tied to one of five Army National Guard cyber battalions.
Texas starts showing students how much they'll make with each degree
Amid record-high student debt levels, a new bill in Texas arms prospective students with better compensation data related to their chosen majors.