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Texas Tech Adds Coding Academy to Increase Access to Job Training

Texas Tech University and Austin Coding Academy are joining forces to train students for careers in web development and software engineering.

NSF Funds STEM Reskilling Courseware Research

The National Science Foundation has announced five awards to universities to develop and study open source platforms to train and reskill workers in STEM fields.

Social Communications May Boost STEM Success

A small study out of the University of Texas, El Paso recently explored whether social communications can help boost the outcomes of students in particularly challenging STEM courses. The bottom line: There was a link between heavy usage of social software and better grades.

Oracle Debuts CS Education Resources to Build Workforce Skills

The Oracle Academy Cloud Program will give students, schools and higher education institutions access to workshops, product discounts and other resources focused on computer science.

New Texas Instruments Solderless Robotics Kit Can Be Built in Under 15 Minutes

Texas Instruments has introduced a new solderless robotics kit designed for university classrooms.



Building Career Skills in the Campus Makerspace

California's community colleges are piloting a new approach to student internships that marries team-based projects with hands-on work in makerspaces.

Vernier Intros New Sensors for Exploring Human Physiology

Vernier Software & Technology is introducing two tools to help students understand human physiology.

Bootcamp Business Up 49% Year-over-Year

This year coding bootcamps are expected to graduate more than 23,000 developers, an overall growth rate of 705 percent since 2013, according to a recent report by Course Report, and an increase of 49 percent over 2018.

New Coding Boot Camp to Train Adult Learners at UTSA

With the goal of helping working professionals become full stack developers, the University of Texas at San Antonio is starting its first coding boot camp on Sept. 8, 2019.

Class Size Impacts Women in STEM

A new study found smaller class sizes can increase the participation of women in STEM fields.

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