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8 Steps to Running a Great Hackathon

Hackathons can inspire innovation, create a sense of community, teach computer science skills and prepare students to become digital leaders of the future. Here's how to put together a successful event on campus.

MSI Equips UCLA with Esports Hardware

The University of California, Los Angeles has signed a two-year deal with gaming hardware company MSI to outfit UCLA Esports with computers and monitors for all training an tournaments.

U Delaware Creates Social Robot for Safe Computing Training

Researchers from the University of Delaware’s College of Education & Human Development and College of Engineering have created "Zenbo," a social robot that can deliver safe computing training to young students.

GitHub Student Developer Pack Now Features 100-Plus Tools

The GitHub Student Developer Pack has just expanded, now featuring development tools and training from more than a hundred companies.

AI Android Teaching Assistant Gives Students Hands-on Robotics Experience

Students in an ethics course are the first to work with an artificial intelligence teaching assistant in California's Notre Dame de Namur University.



More Schools Kick Off Esports Programs, Including Purdue and Texas A&M

Purdue University Northwest, in Westville, IN, has announced it will be introducing co-educational esports in the fall, making it the first school in the state to offer competitive gaming at the varsity level.

Athletic Conferences Partner with ESL Collegiate for Greater Esports Reach

ESL Collegiate has signed a three-year agreement with the BIG EAST Conference and has expanded its partnership with the West Coast Conference for the spring 2020 season, where participating teams will compete in League of Legends.

Twitch Phenom Pokimane Donates $50,000 to Fund UC Irvine Esports Scholarships

A female gamer with 94 million total views on Twitch.tv and almost 5 million subscribers on YouTube has pledged $50,000 to University of California, Irvine for student scholarships in its esports program.

Report Finds Boot Camp Model Troubling

An intensely researched study published on Class Central has dissected the economics of boot camps and found them to be poor venture capital investments — and possibly poor investments for their students too.

Boot Camp Growth Rate Slowed in 2019

Boot camps generated nearly half a billion dollars in 2019 and graduated almost 34,000 students, yet the year-over-year growth rate slowed, according to a report from Career Karma.

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