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Stanford Hosts Cyber Bootcamp for Congressional Staffers

Stanford University is hosting its third annual cyber bootcamp for congressional staffers this week in an effort to bring policy makers up to speed on a group of thorny and accelerating issues with myriad ramifications.

Cornell Tech Hosts Computer Science Education Workshop

Cornell Tech recently held a workshop to help eight local school districts and a cooperative educational service agency begin creating computer science education strategies.

Flywire Offering Lowest Mastercard Discount on International Tuition Payments

International students worldwide with Mastercard now have the option to save on cross-border tuition payments.

Sonic Foundry Debuts Mini Appliance for Compact Affordable Video Capture

Sonic Foundry today announced the Mediasite RL Mini, a scaled-down device for recording video and lecture materials in low-tech classrooms.



New Tech Taps Blockchain to Secure Student Data

Blockchain records and keeps information safe by creating a decentralized record of data that can be confirmed and validated without relying on a single authority.

Lev Gonick to Serve as ASU CIO

Arizona State University has named Lev Gonick as the institution's next chief information officer. The longtime education technology leader will replace current CIO Gordon Wishon, who is set to retire at the end of this year.

Course Market Delivers Alternative Credentials and Certificates to Higher Ed

Ed tech companies Instructure, iDesign and Credly have partnered on Course Market, an online marketplace that works with higher education institutions to deliver workforce-relevant credentials and certificates to working learners.  

Nonprofit Encourages African American Girls and Women to Stay Afloat in STEM

A new nonprofit science education organization based in Baltimore, MD wants more African American girls and young women to explore marine-related research and pursue careers in aquatic-based STEM fields.

Indiana U Service Takes Single Application for Multiple Campuses

Besides paying one application fee, the candidate also needs to provide just a single copy of a transcript and official test scores and submit one essay.

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