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PA University Receives $1.2 Million Grant to Train STEM Teachers for High-Need School Districts

Susquehanna University is the latest university to receive grant funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to support the recruitment and education of STEM teachers for high-need school districts.

Texas A&M Taps Private Partner for SIS Audit and Compliance

The Texas A&M University System (TAMUS) has negotiated a master professional services contract with an IT consulting firm, with the goal of enabling all TAMUS members to reduce the operating costs of student information system services and improve support for audit and compliance functions.

How Students Try To Bamboozle Online Proctors

The use of "cheat sheets" is the most common way students try to cheat on their online tests, according to online proctor Examity. The second most common tactic is to use Google Search and Translate, followed by copying test questions for distribution, hiding flashcards underneath the keyboard and hanging answers on walls.

Rapid Insight Offers QuickStart Predictive Analytics for Colleague

Analytics and data intelligence software company Rapid Insight has introduced a streamlined predictive analytics tool for Ellucian's Colleague ERP system.



Harvard Business School, BBC Host Video-Wall Virtual Debate

Harvard University's business school is working with a BBC radio station on a studio project that brings people together virtually from around the world to hold a live debate.

Tulane Automates Its Procurement Processes

The university in New Orleans chose SciQuest to implement new procurement software programs.

Texarkana College Saves $1 Million With New ERP

After adopting the Jenzabar EX enterprise resource planning system, the college was able to bring the staff to manage it in-house.

UC Berkeley Opens Doors to Transfer Students from Free, Online University

Top-performing students of the non-profit, free, online institution University of the People will be eligible to transfer to the University of California, Berkeley to complete their degrees.

U California Davis Launches Computer Science Curriculum for Grades 1-12

The Center for Integrated Computing and STEM Education at the University of California Davis has launched a computer science curriculum for use in grades 1-12 across the United States.

New Game-Based App Educates Students on Campus Violence, Harassment

Colleges and universities can get U of Nine, a new mobile app that engages students in social trivia games on topics like sexual violence and harassment, for free.

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