New York’s Hartwick College has received a $500,000 grant to expand its capacity for providing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) opportunities for all students, particularly those belonging to historically excluded groups.
A Cybersecurity Infrastructure and Security Agency (CISA) funded diversity program has expanded to 10 additional Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) after its initial launch last year, according to a Sept. 21 press release from CYBER.ORG.
The University of Florida (UF) is collaborating with 11 school districts across the Sunshine State to pilot a K-12 artificial intelligence (AI) education program this fall, according to a UF news release from Sept. 22.
The Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) has awarded $10.6 million in grants as part of the Connecting Minority Communities Pilot Program (CMC).
After multiple years of disrupted learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a new report from EDUCAUSE found that higher education students are looking for their colleges and universities to “rebalance” when it comes to technology in the classroom and distance learning.
Whitworth University, a private university in Country Homes, Wash., announced it was hit by a cyberattack, but expects to have 95 percent of its system restored by August 31.
The number of ransomware attacks on both K-12 and higher education institutions increased in 2021, according to a new report from Sophos, a global cybersecurity leader.
McKinsey & Company has released a research report that showcases how technology has been shaping the higher educational field, revealing students and faculty are eager to continue using classroom learning technologies adopted during the COVID-19 pandemic, but institutions could do more to support the shift.
GDIT has won a $121.8 million contract from the Department of Education (DoE) to modernize the agency’s Federal Student Aid (FSA) processing system, allowing students to more efficiently receive Federal aid for higher education.
The IT workforce at higher education institutions decreased in size during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new report from Educause, a nonprofit aimed at improving higher education through IT.