If you have a new idea for helping college students learn foundational math, the National Science Foundation (NSF) wants to give you money to research and test it out.
Southeastern Community College in Iowa has received a donation of CAD/CAM software valued at more than $1.7 million and will use it to train students in design and advanced manufacturing.
Indiana University's Pervasive Technology Institute is building a new cloud environment that will provide on-demand computing and data analysis resources for science and engineering research.
The winner of the competition will be the college team that does its best to demonstrate the use of Fluke’s wireless testing tools.
Baton Rouge's Southern University is building a new multi-purpose technology center to beef up the abilities of its Career Services Center.
A private foundation is getting into the field of cyber security with $45 million in grants for three institutions that will use the funding for new initiatives to spark analysis of cyber security policies.
In the nearly two years that Duke University's Innovation Co-Lab has been operating as a forum for allowing students to reinvent IT on campus, it has allowed itself to be re-invented too.
Montana State University has won an award for innovation in teaching technology in recognition of its technology-enhanced active learning classrooms.
The University of Florida College of Education has received a $1 million grant to support Early Learning Florida, the college's online professional development system for the state's 55,000 early learning educators.
The University of Michigan's TeachingWorks has received a $1.1 million grant from the Helmsley Charitable Trust to work on improving teacher preparation.