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Marine Corps’ new education strategy focuses on tech-driven ‘continuous’ learning

by Jackson Barnett

The Marine Corps issues its first new education doctrine document in more than 20 years focused on continuous learning in the face of new tech challenges.

LA hackathon for students moves online amid virus outbreak

by Betsy Foresman

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.

Portland State U. to upgrade STEM facility with $4.5 million donation

by Colin Wood

The founders of Vernier Software & Technology have now donated more than $10 million to PSU in support of STEM learning and underrepresented student groups.

Texas A&M innovation challenge draws students from around the world

by Betsy Foresman

In a two-day competition, students from 40 universities will design and build inventions that can be used to help solve global challenges.

North Dakota launches student app challenge for career development

by Betsy Foresman

State officials are hopeful the competition will provide enterprising young developers a chance to meet with industry and secure job opportunities.

Virginia Tech names director of new innovation campus

by Betsy Foresman

Lance Collins will lead Virginia Tech's efforts to build university and industry partnerships to advance development of technology and talent.

Howard U. receives $10M donation to fund STEM scholarships

by Betsy Foresman

The donation from Karsh Family Foundation will fund full scholarships and educational opportunities for students pursuing advanced degrees in STEM.

DOD, IC leaders push for diversity in IT workforce

by Billy Mitchell

Diversity in thought, diversity in culture and diversity in experiences are critical to national security, according to leaders from the DOD and IC.

How STEAM education can prepare students for the workforce

by Colin Wood

Commentary: Technology is a key to students integrating into an increasingly global economy, says edWeb.net’s Eileen Belastock.

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