Teams from Pennsylvania State University took first and second place in the first-ever Civitas Learning Student Success Hackathon.
The National Education Foundation will fund a new digital literacy initiative and an adopt-a-school program designed to help businesses train their workers and enhance the skills of American students.
A grant from the Monsanto Fund for nearly $125,000 will help the St. Louis university create a curriculum that should encourage interest in STEM fields.
The University of California, Santa Barbara has launched the Center for Digital Games Research to study digital media and games from a multidisciplinary approach.
A $100,000 grant from Symantec will fund a pilot course in cybersecurity at university-led STEM summer camps for middle-school girls.
The deadline for the 2015 CT Innovators Awards has been extended to March 2.
A new advanced technology center in Pittsburgh will bind Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) researchers to Uber in development of driverless vehicles and other projects.
The money will fund expansion of the Vertically Integrated Projects curricular approach, which mixes engineering instruction with research through multidisciplinary teams of faculty and graduate and undergraduate students.
The results of search engine work begun at the Rochester Institute of Technology in New York recently swept away the competition at an information access technologies conference in Tokyo.
There are just two weeks remaining to submit a nomination for our 11th annual awards program recognizing innovative technology projects in higher ed.