Campus Technology has officially announced the recipients of its 2016 Innovators Awards. After a nomination process that brought in submissions from all over the world, 11 honorees were selected in six categories.
Nashville School of Law has implemented a new student information system with the goal of expanding and improving services for the school's rapidly growing student population.
From social media to learning space design, here's what was trending on our website last month.
A Pennsylvania university has gone public with its implementation of E-911 technology to expedite emergency calls on campus.
Terradata has selected the student winners of its third annual Terradata Aster and Northwestern University Hackathon.
Funded by the Victor and William Fung Foundation, the makerspace will provide local resources and global connections for the MIT community.
Choosing a college has become much like buying a car. The sticker price is only the beginning of negotiations. Yet with college, many students don't realize that, and their anxiety about the "high sticker price" of tuition and fees often prevents them from even considering highly selective institutions over "safer" choices, such as in-state public institutions.
According to the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation, a non-profit science and technology think tank, while there's a certain "groundswell of interest" in CS in the United States, it's still not enough to address the high demand for skilled workers among employers.
This fall, Philadelphia's Peirce College will launch its first competency-based degree program: a bachelor's degree in information technology with a concentration in networking, administration and information security.