STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering & Math


Report: Universities Ramping Up Data Analytics Program Offerings to Meet Workplace Demand

Just over half of today's university data analytics degree programs have been established in the last six years, according to a new report from Tableau.

LACCD Colleges Awarded $24 Million to Support Latino Students in STEM

Over the next five years, four community colleges in the Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) will each receive $6 million in grants from the United States Department of Education, in an effort to support Latino students pursuing STEM careers.

Treehouse Launches $1 Million Scholarship Program for Tech Nonprofits

The online education platform has introduced a $1 million scholarship program for nonprofits that work to increase opportunities for individuals who are underrepresented in the tech industry.

Queens College to Boost STEM Diversity With Federal Funds

Queens College received its first installment of a $5.6 million grant from the United States Department of Education to improve its STEM programs – particularly for Hispanic and low-income students.



Destination Imagination, Berkeley Life Sciences Team up on STEAM Ed

Destination Imagination and Berkeley Life Sciences have partnered in an effort to promote science, technology, engineering, arts and math education.

U Washington Tacoma Teams Up with Infoblox on Security Research

Under the new agreement, the university will work with Infoblox on research projects in cybersecurity, development of security products and placing students into internships.

Carnegie Mellon Wins Cyber Analyst Challenge

A team from Carnegie Mellon University has won this year's National Cyber Analyst Challenge.

U Bridgeport Deploys Submarine for Engineering Ed

The University of Bridgeport is deploying a one-person submarine, dubbed Explorer, for educational purposes.

Research Project Speeds Process for Converting Programs to Multicore

A team of researchers has come up with a technique that lets people describe what their single-core programs are supposed to do in somewhat general terms, and then it automatically generates a version of the program optimized to run on multicore chips.

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