The United States Department of Education is asking students to contribute ideas for a unique education startup as part of its National Education Startup Challenge going on right now.
Facebook has selected 12 winners, more than doubling the number from previous years, for the 2012-2013 Facebook Fellowship Program.
Here's a handful of places CIOs will want to explore as they move their IT infrastructure projects off of the drawing board this year.
The STEM Partnership School has received $1 million in funding to support its goal of promoting science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The school, located at Aurora University, will eventually cater to elementary and middle school students and serve as an immersive training ground for Aurora U undergraduate and graduate students.
A team of student entrepreneurs from the University of Utah has developed a virtual alternative to the electronic ID badge used for security access.
Mobile messaging and social networking play roles in the two winning entries of a recent challenge that encouraged student teams to come up with solutions to address non-communicable diseases.
Campus Technology offers up a handful of tactics from three Campus CIOs for funding your IT infrastructure projects this year.
Google has awarded $340,000 to 26 organizations that provide STEM enrichment programs to students in K-12 and higher education.
In May 2011, WCET announced the receipt of funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to begin work on the Predictive Analytics Reporting Framework. Now, a federated dataset has been created and PAR researchers have already begun to analyze the data, looking for variables affecting student performance and success. Here, WCET Executive Director Ellen Wagner comments on this milestone for the PAR Framework and on plans to expand the database to increase opportunities for sharing predictive analytics more widely.
Ever wonder what becomes of our award winners after their moment in the CT spotlight? We followed up with three Innovators from past years to find out how their projects have fared.